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By Grant Clauser, CE Pro Magazine

Several sources note that while the first movie was shown in the White House in 1915, the theater wasn’t actually built until 1942. 

President Dwight Eisenhower is said to have watched over 200 movies in the room. President Ronald Reagan’s favorite movie for the room was The Sound of Music. According to Tevi Troy, former Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, President Bill Clinton was a fan of Fight Club and American Beauty.

Here’s a pictorial tour of the official White House Family Theater. You’ll notice the décor has changed significantly over the years as technology improved and presidential tastes changed. We’re sure the theater has been guests to dignitaries of all kinds. Even Hollywood celebrities such as Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks have enjoyed the room.

The White House theater is used for much more than just watching Walking Dead on Sunday evenings. Some official functions take place there; guests are entertained and major speeches are rehearsed. Maybe the family also get together to play Call of Duty.

The White House Family Theater includes a 3D projector and seats for 42 people. Everything else is a state secret.

Slideshow can be viewed at:  http://www.cepro.com/slideshow/image/9782/

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