Alpha-Omega Cines

Luis Moya 64,
Mexico City

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Opened as the Pathe on 8th April 1950, it was later re-named Colon and was listed under this name in 1971 with a seating capacity of 1,864. In 1976 it was divided into two screens, re-opening on 15th April 1976 as the Alpha and Omega Cinemas.

It has been noted that it is closed in 2005 (date unknown). Any further information would be appreciated.

Contributed by KenRoe

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01081956
01081956 on August 9, 2005 at 4:19 pm

Alfa-Omega is a rather unremarkable theatre that has been closed for more than 10 years because of a strike.
A very plain motif adorns the slightly concave façade, consisting in vertical concrete strips, wider to the sides, narrower to the center. Below this, a flat marquee divided in two served to announce the films: familiar in the Alfa, adult in the Omega.
The building appears to be sound as of 2005, if very weathered.

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