Cinema Teatro Odeon

Piazza Strozzi 2-Red,
Florence 50123

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Cinema Teatro Odeon

Located in an Italian Renaissance style building which dates from 1462, the Cinema Teatro Savoia was designed by noted architect Marcello Piacentini in 1920 in an Art Nouveau style, opening on 14th December 1922 with 1,400 seats.

It was later re-named Cinema Teatro Odeon it is now operated by the Cinehall Group and remains a first-run single screen cinema today. Many films are shown in their original language version (with Italian sub-titles).

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Ken Roe
Ken Roe on July 23, 2008 at 4:33 pm

Exterior of the Cinema Teatro Odeon in May 2005:
At dusk in March 2005:
Decorative external light fitting:
Night view in March 2005:
Signage on the upper part of the Odeon at night, in March 2005:
Seating in the side of the balcony:
Upper seating level and part of ceiling in auditorium:
The glass cupola ceiling in the auditorium:
Another ceiling view:
Auditorium and proscenium, as viewed from the balcony:
The auditorium house-lights dim:

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 16, 2014 at 7:56 pm

This page of Exhibitors Trade Review, November 8, 1924, has a photo of the auditorium of the Savoia Theatre.

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