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Located in the Cippenham district of Slough, Buckinghamshire. The Commodore Cinema was opened on 30th November 1938 with Jimmy Durante in “Start Cheering” and Herbert Marshall in “Mad About Music”. It had a 45 feet wide proscenium and a 17 feet deep stage. There were four dressing rooms The Commodore Cinema was also equipped with a Lafleur 2Manual (Hammond) electronic organ which was opened by organist Stanley Miller. There was also a cafe and a dance hall in the building.
In October 1949, it was taken over by the Newcastle based Essoldo chain of cinemas and was re-named Essoldo in June 1950.
The Essoldo was closed on 20th March 1965, and was converted into an Essoldo Bingo Club. Demolished in the 1970’s, a building on the site became Courts Carpet Warehouse.
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