Crosly Cinema

Rue Neuve 153,
Brussels 1000

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Crosly Cinema

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Located in Brussels city centre, this opened in 1907 as Eden Theatre, it became the Eden Cine in 1936. When the Crosly Society was created under the direction of Mr Payeur, it became Crosly Nord Cinema. There was another cinema nearby which became Crosly Leopold 3. The Society had opened two cinemas in Liege and one in Antwerp.

In December 1948 the film “The Prince of Thiefs” was shown in second run with the Marni Cinema, which was the opening programme of the Marni Cinema. In 1956 “Sissi” with Romy Schneider was shown first run with the Orly Cinema and Avenue Cinema.

The Crosly Cinema specialised in the last year of exploitation in German movies and closed in 1957.

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