24 Boulevard des Italiens,
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Located in the Grand Boulevards district in the north of the city centre. Originally at this address was the Café de Paris which opened in 1872. In 1929 the Aubert Palace cinema opened with Al Jolson in “The Jazz Singer”.
In 1967 it was re-modeled to the plans of architect George Peynet, and it re-opened as the Gaumont Lumiere on 27th June 1967. Now with 700 seats and a modern style of decoration, plain & simple which was the vogue in the 1960’s. It was converted into a three screen cinema in the early-1980’s, and was still operating in 1985. It had closed by 1993.
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