Salon-Cinema Theatre

Wyndham Street,
Hong Kong

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The Salon-Cinema Theatre, also known as Salon Cinematograph, was a cinema in the Central District on the Hong Kong Island in the early-20th century. The theatre opened at an unknown date in December 1909.

Its advertisement claimed to be the only first class show in the Colony with excellent films and best artists. The theatre had orchestra in attendance and complete change of programme twice a week on Monday and Friday. It had two shows daily at 6.30 and 9.15 pm with matinee shows at half price at 4pm on Saturday and Sunday.

The film shown at the theatre included " Macbeth", a 2,000 feet long film and took about an hour to be produced on the screen as reported in an article published by the Hong Kong Telegraph on 6th January, 1910.

The theatre was in business in 1910, and its exact clsoing date is unknown.

Contributed by Raymond Lo
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