100 Rue Cambronne,
Paris 75015

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Previously operated by: Pathe

Architects: Jean-Mathurin Moreau, M. Georges Peynet

Styles: Art Nouveau, Streamline Moderne

Previous Names: Grand Cinema Cambronne

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The Grand Cinema Cambronne had an Art Nouveau style design inside and outside when the 800-seat cinema was opened on 25th June 1908. Details of which could be seen again when it was demolished, especially beautiful peacock paintings on the walls.

In 1970, the Cambronne was renovated to the plans of architect Georges M. Peynet, and the balcony was razed in order to build stadium seating in the auditorium with a wide screen for first run movies.

Soon the Pathe chain took control of the Cambronne and bought the next door building, a former garage, adding two screens.

The location was not good by the 1980’s, and the Cambronne closed in 1981. It was replaced by an apartment building.

Contributed by Xavier Delamare
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