Cinema de Paris
896 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest,
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The Cinema de Paris opened in 1968 and closed in 1997 when the landlord refused to heat the theater.
The policy was French language films into the mid-1970’s, then English repertory programming until closing in 1997.
In 1981, “Calgulia” was shown at the theater with many people coming in from Toronto where it was banned by the Ontario censor board.
This cinema was opened by Michel Custom, sold to Odeon, and later to Famous Players and then, sold again.
The Cinema split into three screens in 1989.
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