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Odeon opened the 800-seat Circle Theatre on November 10, 1941 with Emlyn Williams in “Heart of Britain & Johnny Downs in "Moonlight in Hawaii”. This theatre was renamed the Hyland Theatre on March 10, 1966 and played occasional roadshow films until it closed in 1979. It was later used as a warehouse by the Odeon chain, then was sold and used for Chinese-language movies for a few years, known as the Great Orient Theatre. It has since been renovated for retail.
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