52-54 Clifton Moor,
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Architects: Frederick Dyer
Functions: Bingo Hall
Styles: Art Deco
The Clifton Cinema opened on 17th November 1937 with John Laurie in "Edge of the World". It had 1,150 seats in stalls and single balcony, and a large cafe / ballroom above the entrance foyer. It was equipped with a Compton 2Manual electronic organ.
It closed on 17th October 1964 with "Valley of the Eagle" and was immediately converted into a bingo hall.
The Clifton Cinema is unusual in that it is still owned and operated by the original family who had the cinema built, and it is kept in immaculate condition.
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