20 Rue de Clichy,
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Located in the Saint-Georges district in the north of the city centre, adjacent to the famous Casino de Paris Theatre (which still operates). The Apollo Theatre was originally a live theatre. It became a cinema in June 1932 with Boris Karloff in “Frankenstein”. It continued as a cinema for a while, before returning to live theatre use.
In the late-1940’s it returned to cinema use and was still a cinema in 1955. It had closed by 1965 and was demolished to build an office block.
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