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Odeon Cinema,  Parsons Hill, Woolwich, Greater London

Odeon Cinema, Parsons Hill, Woolwich, Greater London

Odeon Cinema, Sidwell Street, Exeter, Devon

Odeon Cinema, Sidwell Street, Exeter, Devon

Walpole Cinema, Bond Street, Greater London Authority, 1937

Walpole Cinema, Bond Street, Greater London Authority, 1937

The Odeon cinema, Muswell Hill, London, which operates in Fortis Green Road, is a Grade II Listed Building, largely because of its fine art deco interior. Opened in September 1936, it is considered the finest Odeon designed by the architect George Coles.(Photo by courtesy of David Cook.). @designerwallace

The Odeon cinema, Muswell Hill, London, which operates in Fortis Green Road, is a Grade II Listed Building, largely because of its fine art deco interior. Opened in September 1936, it is considered the finest Odeon designed by the architect George Coles.(Photo by courtesy of David Cook.). @designerwallace

Dominion Theater, Southall, London in 1935

Dominion Theater, Southall, London in 1935

Rex bingo hall Lewisham - I remember going there in the 60s when it was a flea pit Cinema, can't remember what it was called then!

Rex bingo hall Lewisham - I remember going there in the 60s when it was a flea pit Cinema, can't remember what it was called then!

Balham Odeon Interior foyer. C.1938

Balham Odeon Interior foyer. C.1938

Regal cinema, Old Kent Road, London (demolished)

Regal cinema, Old Kent Road, London (demolished)

Grosvenor cinema with its art deco frontage is one of the London´s finest suburban cinema buildings. Opened in 1935 became now the Zoroastrian Centre for Europe. it´s architect was Frederick E. Bromige. (LON_DSCN6295) ------ Image copyrighted.

Grosvenor cinema with its art deco frontage is one of the London´s finest suburban cinema buildings. Opened in 1935 became now the Zoroastrian Centre for Europe. it´s architect was Frederick E. Bromige. (LON_DSCN6295) ------ Image copyrighted.

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