Kinecolour Theatre

Vancouver, BC

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The Kinecolour Theatre, an early motion picture house, opened in 1911. It was later razed to make way for the Colonial Theatre which opened around 1929.

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Simon Overton
Simon Overton on March 27, 2007 at 11:02 pm

If memory serves me correctly, my late English grandmother (who switched me “on” to the love of historic theaters) played the “Pianola” for silent flicks at this theater during WW1.

She was a striking blue-eyed, tall, blonde known as Constance May Mallard, who eventually married a British Army man Thomas Clinton. She also worked in a Vancouver ice cream parlour run by a former boxer and lived on Vancouver Island.

Can anyone shed any light on any of the above info? Thanks!

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