Gaumont Grenelle

141 Avenue Emile-Zola,
Paris 75015

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Located in the Grenelle district in the south of the city centre. The Grenelle Aubert Palace was named after cinema exhibitor Louis Aubert. The Grenelle Aubert Palace was opened in the 1920’s. Later re-named Moderne Aubert Palace, by 1946 it had been re-named Grenelle Aubert. It was taken over by Gaumont and re-named Gaumont Grenelle and was still open in 1965, but had closed by 1975.

It has been demolished and an apartment block with shops at street level has been built on the site.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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