Cine Sagua

Cespedes & Libertadores,
Sagua la Grande

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Cine Sagua

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Located in Sagua la Grande in the province of Las Villas. The Teatro Principal was named by a public contest in 1924. On 11th December 1925 a benefit was held for teacher Don Alejandro Marimon. The building was destroyed by a hurricane in 1933.

It was rebuilt and reopened on 8th April 1935 with Jeanette MacDonald & Maurice Chevalier in “The Merry Widow”. The Cine Principal was still operating in 1959. It was later re-named Cine Sagua.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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guarina on March 2, 2014 at 1:55 pm

This theater was named after octogenarian primary teacher Don Alejandro Miramón Casanovas.

elmorovivo on March 8, 2014 at 9:59 pm

This theater was renamed “Sagua”, after the Castro’s revolution.

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