Essoldo Belmont Circle
22 Belmont Circle,
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Located at Belmont, near Kenton which is a distict of Harrow to the North of Greater London. This opened as the Belmont Cinema on 5th June 1939.
Around 1940 its name was changed to Plaza Cinema and in the mid-1940’s it was taken over by Lou Morris. In 1949 it was taken over by the Newcastle based Essoldo circuit, being re-named Essoldo Cinema in 1950. It closed on 21st January 1967 with Cary Grant in “That Touch of Mink” and Rock Hudson in “Come September”. It was converted into an Essoldo Bingo Club but this didn’t last too long and the building was sold for re-development. It was demolished and a Tesco and other shops now occupies the site.
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