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Originally built as a 1,600-seat concert hall in 1891. It was converted into the Admiral Palace Kino in 1911.
In the summer of 1929, it was equipped for talkies, and opened with Al Jolson in “The Singing Fool”, re-named Eldorado Kino. Seating was provided for 1,195 in orchestra and balcony levels.
In 1986, it was converted into a 5-screen cinema, with seating for 370, 168, 163, 140 and 167. It is operated by Oslo Municipal Screens (Oslo Kino) who operate 8 cinemas in the city, with almost 30 screens. It had closed by 2014.
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