Odeon Putney

25 Putney High Street,
London, SW15 1SN

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Odeon Putney

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Located in the southwest London district of Putney. Opened by Associated British Cinemas(ABC) chain as the ABC, this three screen cinema was a replacement for the Odeon (former Palace/Gaumont) and the adjacent ABC (former Regal Cinema) which were both closed in 1971 and demolished in 1972.

The ABC opened on 14th September 1975 with Paul Newman in “The Drowning Pool” in the 484 seat capacity screen 1, Charlton Heston in “Earthquake” in the 312 seat capacity screen 2 and Sylvia Kristel in “Emmanuelle” in the 147 seat capacity screen 3.

It was re-named Cannon from 1986, MGM from 1990, ABC (again) and most recently (and currently) Odeon.

Contributed by KenRoe

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Ian
Ian on July 22, 2008 at 5:22 am

An auditorium shot here, dating from late 1980’s:–

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Lost Memory
Lost Memory on September 11, 2008 at 7:32 pm

This is another photo of the Odeon Putney.

jazzlers
jazzlers on September 5, 2013 at 6:51 am

TRIVIA: DR hurst (john woodvine) buys a newspaper in AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON outside this fleapit.

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