MK2 Odeon

113 boulevard Saint-Germain,
Paris 75006

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MK2 Odeon

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Located in the Latin Quarter to the south (Left Bank) of the River Seine in the city centre. The 300-seat Paramount Odeon was opened in May 1977, and was dedicated to Charlie Chaplin. His daughter Josephine attended the opening and the film “City Lights” was screened. It was soon re-named Paramount Odeon.

In 1981, four additional screens were added, and were built on the site of an adjacent shopping arcade. In 1986 it was taken over by the MK2 chain and was re-named 14 Juillet Odeon. Seating is provided for 300 in the original screen 1, 225 in screen 2, 114 in screen 3, 80 in screen 4 and 100 in screen 5. It is now known as the MK2 Odeon.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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