Film Screening

Bullitt at the Los Angeles Theatre

Saturday, June 8, 2024

2 p.m.

Steve McQueen is a stylish, icy cool San Francisco cop assigned to protect a key witness. When things go terribly wrong, McQueen is determined to get to the truth, regardless of where his investigation leads.
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Bullitt (1968)

In one of his most memorable roles, Steve McQueen brings his icy, world-weary coolness as a nonconformist San Francisco cop assigned to protect a key witness in an upcoming U.S. Senate hearing. But when things go very wrong very quickly, McQueen is determined to get to the truth–regardless of where his investigation leads.

Numerous surprises and plot twists throughout this neo-noir thriller drive the story forward at all levels, well beyond the speed limit! It all culminates in one of the most iconic car chases in film history.

Shot entirely on location, BULLITT features many notable San Francisco neighborhoods and landmarks and boasts a stellar supporting cast, including Jaqueline Bissett, Robert Vaughn, and Robert Duvall.

Note: This film has a PG rating but does include scenes of graphic violence.

Bullitt (1968)
Saturday, June 8, 2 p.m.

Los Angeles Theatre

PG Rating
113 mins.

Actor Michael Spellman’s 1968 Bullitt Mustang
on display

Stay in your seats after the screening for a FREE Q&A about the historic Los Angeles Theatre.

The films in this series are presented as originally created during a different time period and may contain negative attitudes, language, and depictions of people and/or cultures. The Los Angeles Conservancy does not condone these representations. 

Trailer, "Bullitt" | Copyright WB Classics

Copyright WB Classics | Copyright WB Classics
Steve McQueen in BULLITT. Copyright WB Classics.
Jacqueline Bissett and Steve McQueen in BULLITT. Copyright WB Classics. | Copyright WB Classics
We'll see you at the Los Angeles Theatre on June 8th! Opened in 1931, the Los Angeles Theatre was the most lavish and last built of Broadway’s great movie palaces. Photo by Mike Hume. | Photo by Mike Hume
Enjoy Bullitt on the big screen—the way it was meant to be seen! Photo by Mike Hume.
Actor Michael Spellman’s 1968 Bullitt Mustang will be on display. | Courtesy Michael Spellman

Saturday, June 8 at 2p.m.

Bullitt at the Los Angeles Theatre

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Members & Youth (17 and under) $20
General Public $25

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Details & Getting There

Key Information

LOCATION: The Los Angeles Theatre is located at 615 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014 (Downtown L.A.)

FREE Q&A SESSION: Following the screening, there will be a free Q&A session about the Los Angeles Theatre. Stay in your seat to learn more.

ACCESSIBILITY: The Los Angeles Theatre has limited wheelchair accessibility and a single disabled-access restroom. No assisted listening devices are available.

Important Policies

TICKETS & THEATRE POLICIES: Tickets are general seating unless you are a sponsor or Cornerstone member at the Granite level or above. Please arrive early to get the best seat selection.

L.A. Conservancy members will receive priority entry into the theatresDoors open one hour before showtime for members and forty-five (45) minutes before showtime for the general public. Not a member yet? Join today for only $40 a year to ensure you get priority entry.

REFUNDS/EXCHANGES: No refunds or exchanges. If you cannot attend the screening, we will gratefully accept your purchase as a tax-deductible donation if you notify us at (213) 623-2489.

COVID-19: The L.A. Conservancy highly recommends but does not require wearing a face mask or vaccination against COVID-19.

Additional Details

For additional details, see below.

All participants in the Los Angeles Conservancy-sponsored Walking Tours knowingly and freely accept and assume all risks, both known and unknownincluding contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19 and any other communicable diseases, and AGREE TO RELEASE, DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, NOT SUE, AND HOLD HARMLESS the Los Angeles Conservancy, its principals, officers, employees, volunteers, sponsors, agents and other participants from any and all claims, damages (including medical expenses and attorneys’ fees), injuries and expenses arising out of, or resulting from your voluntary attendance/participation in Walking Tours, including contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19 and any other communicable diseases and any and all other injury, illness, disability, death, or loss or damage to person or property. All participants expressly waive the benefits of California Civil Code 1542, which provides that: “A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release and that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party.

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