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March 3rd, 1948 grand opening ad as Paramount also in the photo section.
January 8th, 1937 grand opening ad as Embassy in photo section.
November 19th, 1916 grand opening ad as Piccadilly also in the photo section. It opened on the 25th.
April 10th, 1931 grand opening ad as Century in photo section.
October 20th, 1930 grand opening ad as Capitol in photo section. It was opened by Comerford Theatres.
Strip club in the building closed down in November
This was for the other Cinéma de Paris. not this one.
Grand opening ad in photo section.
September 25th, 1926 grand opening ad in photo section.
December 25th, 1928 grand opening ad in photo section.
October 17th, 1929 grand opening ad in photo section.
Grand opening announcement in photo section.
February 16th, 1913 grand opening ad as Gordon as well as the September 12th,1920 grand opening ad as Loew’s Star can be found in the photo section for this theatre.
January 13th, 1918 grand opening ad as Rialto in photo section
This closed down in 2015 as showtimes listings for this cinema has disappeared.
Stopped showing movies in September, 2015.
Still closed as of January 2016. Money must had run out.
Closed? no longer on the Great Eastern theatre website. Facebook page is empty.
Listed on website as 22 screens, not 23. A screen may had been shut down between 2014-2015. Maybe the largest Egyptian-styled cinema in the world.
This reopened on December 12th, 2015 as NCG Cinema Monroe
closed as of January 2016. Showtimes are no longer posted at their website.
March 15th, 1991 grand opening ad in photo section.
December 25th, 1987 grand opening ad as a 7-plex also in the photo section.