3 Parnassiens

11 Rue Delambre,
Paris 75014

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3 Parnassiens

Located in the south of the city centre. The Delambre was opened in 1933 with 600 seats in orchestra and balcony levels. It was still a single screen in 1975, but in 1977 it was tripled and re-named 3 Parnassiens. It closed May 16, 1989.

It has been converted into a supermarket.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Bart3049
Bart3049 on May 8, 2016 at 1:25 am

Located in the south of the city centre, the Delambre opened as a single screen in 1933, seating 600 with the balcony. In the first half of the 70ths, it became cinema showing X-rated films and was split up in 1977 into 3 screens (seating 260, 100 and 80). After a take-over and complete renovation in 1983 it became the little brother of the nearby 7 Parnassiens, named 3 Parnassiens. But the cinema only lasted 6 years and closed may 16, 1989.

It is now a supermarket.

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