163 Rue Croix de Seguey,
Bordeaux 33000

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Architects: Auguste Bluysen, Maurice Dufrene

Styles: Atmospheric

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The Rex was an Atmospheric style cinema which opened in 1932. It was similar to the much larger Le Grand Rex in Paris, which was by the same architects.

The Rex closed in December 1976. It was given the status of being listed as a National Monument, but that didn’t save the building as it was later demolished.

Contributed by Graeme McBain

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atmos on March 3, 2009 at 6:11 am

Cinema was built by a company headed by Emile Couzinet,film producer and director.It opened in 1932 and closed in 1976 and was demolished a short time later.The architect was Auguste Bluysen and the address appears to be 163 Rue Croix-de-Seguey.The small article I found also said that the interior decor had been preserved but no indication of where it might be.

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