Carlton Movie House
235 Faraday Street,
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Architects: Gerald M. Ryan
Previous Names: Carlton Picture Palace, Carlton Theatre
Located in the Melbourne inner-city district of Carlton. Originally built in 1909 as a hall and meeting room for Carlton Trades Club. It became a billiards hall then a Jewish club.
In September 1923 work began on alterations by architect Gerald M. Ryan to convert the building into a cinema. Seating was provided for 472 in the stalls and 182 in the balcony and it opened as the Carlton Picture Palace on 14th April 1924. It was operated as an independent cinema for all its cinematic life.
Some alterations and improvements were made in 1979 when it became known as the Carlton Movie House and it re-opened on 3rd August 1979. It closed in June 1999 and was converted into a travel agency (STA) and offices. STA moved out in early-2012.
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