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Central Library will screen rare footage of vintage Los Angeles this weekend for free

The films were made by various city departments, including the LADP and public works Los Angeles is a movie town; even the city has produced its own flicks, ones that have documented some big moments, including John F. Kennedy’s 1962 visit to LA. (It was on that same trip that he dipped into the Santa Monica Bay and was swarmed by admirers, some of them who chased him into the water fully clothed.
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