1 Rama Road, Siam Square, Pathum Wan,
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Architects: Chira Silpakanok
The Scala Cinema was one of the oldest single screen cinemas operating in central Bangkok. It was named after the famed La Scala Opera House in Milan, Italy. The Scala Cinema was opened by Apex Theatres on 31st December 1969 with John Wayne in “The Undefeated”. It was equipped for 70mm films. The building was sold to developers and was closed by Apex Theatres on 5th July 2020 with films curated by the Thai Film Archive: David Hemmings in “Blowup”, 2 Thai documentary films “Scala” featuring the Scala Cinema & “Phantom of Illumination” featuring stand-alone movie theatres. The final film screened was “Cinema Paradiso”. It was demolished in October 2021 to build a shopping mall.
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