142 Bank Street,
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The Odeon was opened in Ottawa’s city centre on May 20, 1949 with Moira Shearer in “The Red Shoes”. It was one of nineteen Odeon theatres designed by architect Jay I. English for the Odeon Canada chain, a subsidiary of the British based Rank Organisation.
Jay English had died prior to completion, and the plans were revised by British architect Leslie H. Kemp.
The Odeon was closed by a natural gas explosion in an adjacent building on October 25, 1958. It was converted into retail use and was demolished in 1999 or 2000.
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