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WATCH: Video Tour of LACMA's Recently Closed Stanley Kubrick Exhibit

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! July 1, 2013 at 1:47PM

June 30 was the final day to catch the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit at LACMA, on display since November 1. If you missed this must-see event, you can watch a three-part video tour showcasing some of the best parts of the massive show.
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Kubrick at LACMA

June 30 was the final day to catch the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit at LACMA, on display since November 1. If you missed this must-see event, you can watch a three-part video tour showcasing some of the best parts of the massive show, which included hundreds of artifacts, costumes, sets, correspondences and other memorabilia from Kubrick's catalogue of films. It was heaven for cinephiles and Kubrick fans alike. My personal favorite tidbit -- aside from those much Instagrammed baby blue dresses worn by the ghostly twins in "The Shining" -- was a candid letter and photo from "Lolita" star Sue Lyon, thanking Kubrick for the opportunity to be in the film and for jumpstarting her career.

Read our review of the exhibit here, and take the tour below.

This article is related to: LACMA, Stanley Kubrick


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