Kam Wah Theatre
Yau Ma Tei,
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With a seating capacity of 2,080, the Kam Wah Theatre was the largest cinema in Hong Kong in the 1950’s and early-1960’s.
“Kam Wah”, meaning “Golden China”, was the Cantonese pronunciation of its Chinese name.
The theatre was situated in the Yau Ma Tei district on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. It opened to business on 21st December 1954. It showed first run Cantonese language films from 1954 through 1967, and first run Mandarin language films were shown until its closure on 21st September 1970.
A residential building was built on the site of the theatre.
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