Classic film posters featuring Lupita Tovar and Dolores del Rio are showcased at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a center of Mexican American culture and arts seen adjacent to historic Olvera Street downtown Los Angeles Wednesday, April 13, 2011. With an exhibit that includes interactive materials, crosses, letters, paintings, a small canon and other historical artifacts, the first cultural center in Los Angeles dedicated to the Mexican and Mexican American heritage will open to the public on Saturday, April 17.
April 16, 2011
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes Features Classic Film Posters
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