Aki Aktualitaten Kino

Glockengiesserwall 8a,
Hamburg 20095

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aki aktualitätenkino Hamburg

Located in the city centre district of Altstadt, in front of the main Hamburg Railway Station. The Bali Bahnhofslichtspiele was opened in 1949 and was operated by Johannes Betzel. It was designed by architect Ferdinand Streb. In 1952 the cinema was re-named Aki Aktualitaten Kino and was the biggest theatre in the Aki cinemas chain. The Aki screened non-stop 4 different newsreels, one short comedy, one short documentary and a colour cartoon. The ticket price was 50 Phennige. There was an illuminated clock in the auditorium.

The Aki Aktualitaten Kino was closed in 1964 and was demolished.

Contributed by Ken Roe, Kinospoter
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