UGC Ermitage

72 Avenue des Champs-Elysees,
Paris 75008

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Previously operated by: Pathe, UGC

Architects: Eugene Bruynell, M. Georges Peynet

Functions: Retail

Styles: Art Deco

Previous Names: L'Ermitage-Pathe

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UGC Ermitage

The single screen L'Ermitage-Pathe was opened on 21st November 1930 with Lew Ayers in “All Quiet on the Western Front”. It was designed by chief architect of Pathe Cinemas, Eugene Bruyneel, with 1,200 seats.

It was taken over by UGC and closed in 1967. On 30th November 1972 architect Georges M. Peynet drew plans to converted it into three screens, with seating for 550, 280 and 120. It was closed on 16th October 1990 and converted into a large perfumery store, in 2018 operated by Guerlain.

Contributed by Ken Roe

Recent comments (view all 2 comments)

SethLewis on February 2, 2020 at 5:20 am

Played a lot of Fox and CIC (Paramount/Universal) product in the 60s/70s Saw Hombre here

Lionel on June 19, 2020 at 1:25 pm

An illustrated article in French here on the Ermitage. Google Translate is your Friend.

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