113 High Street,
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Located in Wealdstone, a district of Harrow, Middlesex to the north of Greater London. Built on the site of the Parisian Bijou/Cinema/Coronet Picture Theatre of 1910. The Herga Cinema opened in 1939 and was designed in a sleek Art Moderne style. It was an independently run cinema throughout it life. The proscenium opening was 46feet wide. It was equipped with a British Thomson-Houston(BTH) sound system.
It had a very short life (12 years) as a cinema and closed on 23rd June 1951 with Yvonne De Carlo in “The Desert Hawk” and Macdonald Carey in “Mystery Submarine”.
It was converted into a meeting hall. From January 1986 it became a snooker club and by the mid-1990’s was in use as a warehouse. Recently it has been converted into retail use and became a Victor Electronics Ltd. store.
It was demolished in early-2021.
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