Max Linder Panorama
24 Boulevard Poissonniere,
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Cinema Max Linder Panorama (Official)
Architects: Alphonse Ernest Conin
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Kosmorama, Pathe-Journal, Cine-Max Linder
Opened as the 1,200 seat Kosmorama on 14th May 1912. After the success of the first Pathe-Journal opening on Boulevard Saint-Denis in April 1912, the Kosmorama became the second Pathe-Journal cinema on 15th October 1913. Taken over by Max Linder, it was re-named Cine-Max Linder on 18th December 1914. It was remodeled and re-opened on 14th March 1919 with “le Kaiser la brute de Berlin”,
Re-designed in an Art Deco style in the 1930’s, it was renovated again in 1957 and 1987. In 1998, it was taken over by the Belgium based Kinepolis Group, and they sold it in 2003.
Seating is provided for 300 in the stalls, 250 in the mezzanine and 150 in the balcony, by 2012 total capacity is 615.
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