49 Rue d'Auteuil,
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Located n the northwest of the city centre. A big capacity movie palace built in 1913, and designed by architect Jean-Marius Girard. Seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels. The manager was the son-in-law of Henry Guimard, the architect of the Art Nouveau period. The seats designed in Art Nouveau style were from a short-lived theatre also designed by architect Jean-Marius Girard.
The building was renovated through the years and closed in 1954. This was the beginning of the TV age in France and the Mozart Pathe became a supermarket.
In 2004, it is easy to look at the building and imagine it was a former movie palace.
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