The aviation-theme studio Air Hollywood, home to sets for such movies as Airplane! and Bridesmaids, has a unique new venue/dinner theater experience for guests: The Pan Am Experience is a mock-up built from interior components of a retired 747, along with newly fabricated pieces, restored to the look and feel of 1970s air travel glamour. Within the space, servers dressed in period uniforms serve a four-course meal to guests seated in airplane seats, upholstered to match those of real Pan Am planes of the '70s, followed by cocktails and a film appropriate to the era. The space reproduces details of the flight experience, including the wave pattern wallpaper, the iconic carpeted wall on the forward bulkhead, and the color scheme of the galleys, carts, linens, and tray liners. China, stemware, and silverware are all original from the airline. The fully programmed experience is available for buyouts of 32, or the space can be used without the full program for as many as 500. Bookings should be made well in advance. The Pan Am Experience opened in October.