Mt. Vic Flicks
2a Harley Avenue,
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Opened as the Mount Victoria Public Hall in 1934, it is a typical example of a country ‘picture hall’. There is a paybox at the entrance and no foyer, as once you pass through the doors you are inside the auditorium. Seating is on one level and the floor has virtually no rake. The candy counter is located beside the screen and is open prior to the start of the programme. By 1951, it was operating as the Institute Cinema.
The cinema was re-established in 1987 and operates as a family owned single screen, now known as Mt. Vic Flicks.
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