5 Boulevard Montmartre,
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Previously operated by: Pathe
Architects: Auguste Marie Waser
Styles: Art Nouveau
Previous Names: Omni Pathe Cinema, Cinephone Petit-Parisien, Cinephone-Montmartre, California, Omnia, Omnia Boulevards
The Omnia Pathe Cinema was one of the earliest cinemas in Paris, opening on 14th December 1906 with 250 seats. In 1912 it was remodeled to the plans of architect Auguste Marie Waser and a balcony was added which increased the seating capacity to 587.
It operated under several names over the years, and in the early-1970’s it was twinned. In 1982 it was tripled as the Arcades. It closed on 8th September 1987.
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