Schauburg Kino

Karl Marx Strasse 163,
Berlin 12043

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Schauburg Kino

Located in the Neukolln district to the south to the city on what was originally name Uthmannstrasse (now renamed Karl Marx Strasse). The Deutsches Lichtspielhaus was opened in 1917. In 1918 it was re-named Excelsior Lichtspiele and was operated by Vereinigte Kukuk-Excelsior Stern Lichtspiele. In 1929 the theatre was re-named Neukollner Lichtspielhaus and was operated by Emil Ellermann & Max Forster. In 1933 a sound system was installed and the theatre was re-named Schauburg Kino. It was operated by Moritz Hamburger. In 1941 the cinema was closed and demolished, with the damage possibly dure to Allied bombing.

In 1952 a new cinema, the Aki-Aktualitaten-Kino was built and opened in the site (this has its own page on Cinema Treasures).

Contributed by Ken Roe, Kinospoter
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