Main Road and Riverstone Road,
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The Curzon Cinema opened in 1941 and was the fourth cinema to open in Wynberg a suburb of Cape Town. It had approximately 1,000 seats in a stalls only configuration. In the foyer, a brass wall plaque advised that the cinema was equipped with the RCA “Needler”(?) sound system.
This cinema, along with its counterpart, the Odeon Theatre in Sea Point later specialised in screening the British “Empire Films” releases.
The Curzon Theatre closed in 1965 for renovation and re-opened in 1966 as Constantia Cinerama, using the single projection process. By 1983 the name had been changed to Ster Constantia, and by 1987 the cinema had closed.
The premises then became a a furniture business and in 2004 the building was demolished. A new building housing commercial interests now stands on the site.
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