Savoy Cinema Superb
8 Manchester Road,
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Located in Burnley, Lancashire, on the corner of Manchester Road and Red Lion Street. The Savoy Cinema Superb was opened on 23rd December 1922 with Cecile B. De Mille’s “Saturday Night”. The cinema also had a café for the convenience of its patrons. In August 1929 it was equipped with a Western Electric(WE) sound system, and Al Jolson in “The Singing Fool” opened on 26th August 1929. The Savoy Cinema Superb was the main cinema in Burnley until the Odeon Theatre opened in 1937.
The Savoy Cinema Superb was closed on 14th June 1956 with Edward G. Robinson in “Illegal”. It was demolished and a branch of Martins Bank was built on the site, which in 2013 is in use as a women’s clothing store named Internacionale.
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