Gaumont Alesia

73 Avenue de General-Leclare,
Paris 75014

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Gaumont Alesia

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Located in the south of the city centre. The Montrouge Palace was opened on 4th February 1921 with 2,800 seats. It was later re-named Gaumont Sud when Gaumont took over operations. It was modernised, reopening on 10th October 1951 with “Caroline Cherie”.

In 1974 it was converted into a four screen cinema, and in 1986 it was converted into a seven screen cinema when it was re-named Gaumont Alesia. The largest screen seated 520 and was equipped with 70mm projection. Screens 2 & 3 seated 400 and 300. Screens 4-7 had seating ranging from 100 to 180. It was renovated in 1991.

The Gaumont Alesia was closed on 14th July 2014 to be either gutted or demolished to build a new multiplex cinema, which will open in 2015.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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JackCoursey
JackCoursey on December 20, 2015 at 10:17 pm

Here is an article detailing the redesign of the cinema.

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