Homer Cinema

Great Homer Street,
Liverpool, L5

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The Homer Cinema was located in the Everton district north of Liverpool city centre. It was designed by the architectural firm Nagington & Shennan, and was very similar to their Seaforth Palladium which was built in 1913.

The Homer Cinema was opened in August 1914, and was independently operated. In 1932 it was taken over by Regent Enterprises Ltd. a subsidiary of Associated British Cinemas(ABC). In March 1938 it passed to the S.M. Super Cinemas (later Essoldo Cinemas) chain.

The Homer Cinema was closed on 20th January 1962 with Richard Widmark in "Two Rode Together" and "A Question of Suspense". It was demolished in a redevelopment of the area.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Philip Picturedrome
Philip Picturedrome on March 5, 2017 at 7:36 am

Photo from Liverpool Record Office. Probably after it closed. https://www.flickr.com/photos/44435674@N00/2169867062/sizes/o/

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