Gaumont Parnasse

3 Rue du Depart,
Paris 75014

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Previously operated by: Gaumont France, Rytmann Cinemas

Architects: Maurice Gridaine

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Previous Names: Cinema Miramar

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Opened in 1938 at the site of an old brewery. The Cinema Miramar was a network of independent cinemas set up by Joseph Rytmann. Originally a single screen, it had been twinned by 1975 and by 1985 it had three screens.

It became a part of the Gaumont Parnesse multiplex. Seating is provided for 550, 350 & 100-seats As of 2009 it was open, now reported as closed in 2019. It had reopened by January 2023.

Contributed by PAUL BAAR

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paul baar
paul baar on October 16, 2019 at 7:01 am

Located around the corner from the Gaumont Parnasse-Cote Parnasse cinema on 3 Rued d'Odessa when last open. Recent reviews stated noise problems from the underground subway every five minutes,also the theatre had become rundown in the past decade or so.One of the three theatres had only 100 seats in a cramped room.The ushers dressed in blazers similar to Century 21 realty sales reps. in the U.S.

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