117 High Street,
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Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Regent Theatre, Star Theatre
Original country cinema built in 1937. Located in North East Victoria, Australia. The Regent Theatre was opened on 4th September 1937 with Dorothy Lamour in “Jungle Princess” & Cary Grant in “The Wedding Present” Lightweight construction typical of small rural cinemas of the time. Seating was provided for 500, with 388 in the stalls and 112 in the balcony. Privately owned and operated since being built, it screened 2nd-run films. It was re-named Star Theatre in 1949. On 20th March 1982 the World Premiere of Kirk Douglas in “The Man From Snowy River” was held at the Star Theatre. Filmed locally, stars of the film attended the premiere. In April 1995 it was re-named Mansfield Cinema
Sadly, the Mansfield Cinema was closed in May 2007.
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