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Platt Bridge   Views: 713
PALACE CINEMA 1917   Comments: 4
Photo: RON HUNT   Item #: 29582  

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  Advertising card for the Palace Cinema May 1917.
Thanks to Sean White, Landlord of the Victoria pub Haigh for the photograph,

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Comments by Albert., 20th July 2017  
Spent many a Saturday matinee watching, Ken Maynard, Buck Jones, Hopalong Cassidy, and Flash Gordon, in this picture house. One character that did frighten me to death, was the Scorpion. Late thirties. I was taken there by one of the next door's elder children.

Comments by TD,., 20th July 2017  
Thank's to Sean. This is a brilliant advertisement for local entertainment during the years of the great war and the age of silent films. 100 years ago at the Palace of Platt Bridge, our ancestors would have enjoyed their trips to the pictures to see American serial, The Purple Domino, episode one, Playing With Fire, starring Lucille Love. Marvelous!

Comments by Pw, 20th July 2017  
Only went to this cinema once,it was showing The Vikings.It closed very soon after

Comments by Sam h, 21st July 2017  
Saturday afternoon matinees and a bag of toffee from dickies balls temperance bar across the road, I think about 1956-7,lovely times.

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