4-6 Boulevard Montmarte,
Paris 75009

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Functions: Bar, Café

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The Hollywood-Boulevard was located in the Grand Boulevards district of central Paris. It was opened as a 3-screen cinema on 17th March 1973. Seating was provided for: 165 in Screen 1, 197 in Screen 2 and 296 in Screen 3. It specialised in Kung Fu type film, and in 1973 it was the first cinema in Paris to screen a Bruce Lee film. It was also known to screen karate movies and revivals of Elvis Presley movies. The Hollywood-Boulevard was closed in September 1992.

In 2014 it operates as an Australia themed café/bar named Café Oz.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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SethLewis on December 2, 2014 at 4:36 am

This was owned and programmed by a distributor Raymond Chateau and promoted heavily by Guy Lux on his TV shows

DavidZornig on June 22, 2017 at 12:09 am

1971 photo added courtesy of Georges Mathieu‎.

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