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The Odeon was opened on 2nd September 1937 with Sandy Powell in “It’s a Grand Old World”. Built as one of the original Odeon’s in the chain operated by Oscar Deutsch, it had seating provided for 1,084 in the stalls and 476 in the circle.
Taken over by the Classic Cinemas chain in December 1967, it was re-named Classic Cinema, and was closed on 28th February 1976 with Kenneth Williams in “Carry On Behind”.
The stunning Moderne style exterior much of which including the projectionists walkway is now much deteriorated. Not in a prime location so not seen by many tourists to this Lancashire seaside town. Now part of a dime a dozen DIY chain.
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