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Rutland Park Cinema

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Located in the northwest London inner-city district of Willesden. Originally opened as the Willesden Electric Palace, it was operating as the Rutland Park Cinema by 1913, and was owned by Omnium Palaces Ltd. It seems to have closed around 1918 at the end of World War I. It was taken over by Lou Morris in 1920 (his first cinema) and re-opened as the Savoy Cinema following a refit. In 1930 it was sold to a Mr Alexander and later was operated by the Laurie Cinema Circuit.

It was later converted into retail use, and was demolished in the late-1980’s. Nothing was built on the site, and today, a service road to the rear of the adjacent Merchants building supplies shop occupies the space.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Ken Roe
Ken Roe on November 24, 2009 at 6:17 am

A vintage postcard view of the Rutland Park Cinema:
Photographed in 1985, prior to its eventual demolition:

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