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Old Dublin Cinemas – Local History Castleknock Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Food, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Nightlife, Dublin Things To Do, Funny Vintage Ads, Dublin Travel

Cinerama, Talbot Street, Dublin. In 1963 the New Electric Theatre, in Dublin’s Talbot St was re-named the Dublin Cinerama Theatre for the occasion and opened on Easter Sunday, 14th April with a charity premiere of This Is Cinerama. The cinema was re-named the Superama Theatre in 1968 before succumbing to closure a few years later in 1974.

Old Dublin Cinemas – Local History Castleknock – History of Castleknock Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gone Days, City Roller, Rocky Horror Picture, Grand Homes, Local History

The Mary street cinema or the "Maro" was founded by John J. Farrell in December 1912. It closed on 11 January 1959,

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Corinthian Cinema, Eden Quay, 1971 The Corinthian Cinema opened in 1921. It was nicknamed the 'Ranch' because of the number of Westerns it showed. The Corinthian closed in July 1975 but in October of the same year it re-opened as a two screen cinema called the Odeon. In 1987 it changed its name yet again to the Screen. The cinema closed its doors for the final time in 1993.

The Gala Cinema was built by G & T Crampton and was officially opened by Canon Troy on the 23 May The first Cinemascope musical film shown was ‘Lucky Me’ starring Doris Day and Phil Silvers. There was seating for people. The Gala closed as a cinema in Old Pictures, Old Photos, Old Irish, Musical Film, Photo Engraving, Planning Permission, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Store Fronts

Gala Cinema Ballyfermot Notes taken from the Book Ballyfermot Building a Community 1948 - 2006

The Gala Cinema was built by G & T Crampton and was officially opened by Canon Troy on the 23 May 1955. The first Cinemascope musical film shown was ‘Lucky Me’ starring Doris Day and Phil Silvers. There was seating for 1,850 people, which included the balcony. The owners claimed that it was the largest cinema in Ireland at that time. At weekends you could see large queues and you would not be guaranteed to get in. There was one usherette and two ushers. Matt was one of the ushers and the…

The Regent Cinema on Renfield St, Glasgow Cinema Theatre, Dublin City, Glasgow Scotland, West End, City Life, Old Photos, Past, Mansions, Architecture

Regent Cinema in Renfield Street, one of my favourite cinemas.

 Stephen’s Green Curzon cinema, Abbey Street Cinema queue for ‘Love Story’ and ‘Madam X,’ Thunderbolt & Lightfoot and Fuzz Palace Cinema, Dublin T… Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, City Roller, Irish Culture, British Home, Rocky Horror Picture, Grand Homes

Old Dublin Cinemas – Local History Castleknock

Green Cinema, St. Stephen's Green Curzon cinema, Abbey Street Cinema queue for 'Love Story' and 'Madam X,' Thunderbolt & Lightfoot and Fuzz Palace Cinema, Dublin The Savoy Cinema opened in November 1929. In November 1969 the Savoy became Ireland's first twin-screen cinema. Further screens were added in 1975, 1979, and 1996. Cinerama, Talbot Street, Dublin.…

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