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Leatherhead is located in the extreme south-west of what today is part of Greater London. Built as the Victoria Hall, by 1914 it was operating as a cinema, known as the Grand Theatre with 550 seats. Around 1921, it was re-named Picture House, and the seating capacity had been reduced to 380.
During the early-1940’s, it was re-named St. George’s Cinema, possibly due to patriotic feelings during World War II. In around 1946, it was re-named Ace Cinema, and it was closed in late-1947 or early-1948.
The High Street today is a pedestrian only street, and the actual location of the Ace Cinema, and its fate is unknown.
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