Contents 1 Architectural icon 2 Decay and fire 3 Site today 4 Pop culture 5 References 6 External links


Architectural icon[edit] Built by event promoters Phillip and Cliff Henderson[1] and designed by Los Angeles architects Wurdeman & Becket, the Pan-Pacific Auditorium opened to a fanfare of Boy Scout bugles on May 18, 1935 for a 16-day model home exhibition. Noted as one of the finest examples of Streamline Moderne architecture in the United States, the green and white facade faced west, was 228 feet (69 m) long and had four stylized towers and flagpoles meant to evoke upswept aircraft fins. The widely known and much photographed facade belied a modest rectilinear wooden structure resembling an overgrown gymnasium inside and out. The auditorium sprawled across 100,000 square feet (9,300 m2) and had seating for up to 6,000.[2] Throughout the following 30 years the Pan-Pacific would host the Ice Capades and the Harlem Globetrotters, serve as home to the Los Angeles Monarchs of the Pacific Coast Hockey League along with UCLA ice hockey, UCLA men's basketball, USC men's basketball, professional tennis, car shows, political rallies and circuses. During the 1940s it was used for audience-attended national radio broadcasts and in the 1950s for televised professional wrestling shows. At its height, most major indoor events in Los Angeles were held at the Pan-Pacific. Leopold Stokowski conducted there in 1936, 1950s actress Jeanne Crain was crowned "Miss Pan Pacific" there in the early 1940s, General Dwight D. Eisenhower spoke to a beyond-capacity crowd of 10,000 in 1952 a month before being elected President of the United States, Elvis Presley performed there in 1957 shortly before he was drafted into the Army and Vice President Richard Nixon addressed a national audience from the Pan-Pacific in November 1960. The building carried on as Los Angeles' primary indoor venue until the 1972 opening of the much larger Los Angeles Convention Center, after which the Pan-Pacific Auditorium was closed.[2] Pan Pacific State Park Sign Pan Pacific Auditorium Sign Pan-Pacific Auditorium


Decay and fire[edit] There were hopes throughout the surrounding Fairfax District towards refurbishing the Pan-Pacific, possibly as an ice rink or cultural center and the parking lot soon became a park. However, the building was neglected for many years and damaged by small fires started by transients. In 1975, the Pan-Pacific made a brief appearance as the entrance to the NBC Studios in Hollywood for the movie Funny Lady. Interest in the building was rekindled somewhat with its 1978 inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. The 1980 release of the movie musical Xanadu brought renewed hopes the building might be saved when the auditorium's facade was used to portray a dilapidated building which became a sparkling, brightly lit roller disco nightclub, but the movie was critically panned and not an economic success. It also appears at the beginning of the 1980 music video for the Barnes & Barnes song "Fish Heads". Black-and-white film footage of a man with a jet pack flying from left to right in front of the facade was used in the video for the 1981 Devo single, "Beautiful World".[3] Its final appearance was in the 1988 movie Miracle Mile. The auditorium continued to deteriorate throughout the 1980s, mostly owing to neglect. A large loading door on the southeast corner was often forced open, allowing free access to anyone. A fire in May 1983 damaged the northern end. On the evening of May 24, 1989 (six days after the 54th anniversary of its opening), the Pan-Pacific Auditorium was destroyed by a fire, the smoke from which was visible throughout the Los Angeles basin.[4]


Site today[edit] The site is now Pan-Pacific Park and has a recreation center, with a scaled-down replica of one of the famous towers, which opened in 2002.[5][6] Entrance to Disney California Adventure, modeled after the Pan-Pacific Auditorium


Pop culture[edit] The facade of the building was used in the motion picture Xanadu, in which a muse (a daughter of Zeus) convinces two men to convert the classic but decaying building into a music and entertainment venue. Through special effects, the building is transformed to outshine the building in its heyday. The Producers' 1982 music video "She Sheila" was partly filmed in front of the facade. The 1984 motion picture Ghost Warrior, in which a deep-frozen 400-year-old samurai is shipped to Los Angeles, where he comes back to life, includes scenes of both the seriously decayed facade and the dimly lit interior. In the interior shots, the columns with angled knee bracing and the distinctive arched bowstring trusses are briefly visible. A nearly full-scale, stylized replica of the facade opened as the main entrance to Disney-MGM Studios theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida on May 1, 1989, just three weeks before the original was destroyed by fire. Disney California Adventure Park, at the Disneyland Resort, opened new entrance gates in the style of the Pan-Pacific's facade on July 15, 2011.


References[edit] ^ Martino, Alison (September 5, 2014). "In Memory of the Pan-Pacific Auditorium". Los Angeles Magazine.  ^ a b William-Ross, Lindsay. "LAistory: The Pan Pacific Auditorium". LAist. Archived from the original on 9 June 2017. Retrieved 19 October 2016.  ^ Devo - "Beautiful World" (YouTube). Event occurs at 1:09.  ^ "LAistory:The Pan Pacific Auditorium: "It all Comes Crashing Down: May 1989"". Archived from the original on 2015-11-22. , includes photo of fire ^ Kay, Kay. "Memories of Old Pan Pacific Resurrected in New Center". www.articles.latimes.com. Retrieved 19 August 2015.  ^ "Pan Pacific Park Recreation Center". City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 2013-11-11. 


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