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George and Stella Howden, leaving the Savoy for the last time after grandad retired. I believe around 1972…. ...
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Cinema at Sutton Bridge opened 1922 and was used during the war years and was well supported by the RAF personal from RAF Sutton Bridge, later for many years owned by Ron Swift the cinema closed as a ...
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Located in Spalding, Lincolnshire and adjacent to the Prince’s Cinema. The Savoy Cinema opened on 10th June, 1937 with Irene Dunne in “Theodora Goes Wild”. The seating capacity was 1,500, with 1 ...
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The Rank Organisation sold a group of Odeon’s to the Classic Cinemas chain on 10th December 1967, and the Odeon Spalding was one of them. It was renamed Classic Cinema. Bingo was tried on mid-week n ...
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Located in Spalding, Lincolnshire. The Regent Cinema was opened June 20, 1927 with Estelle Body in “Madamoiselle From Armentieres”. Above the entrance the cinema boasted a café for the convenienc ...
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The Picture House opened on 8th February 1912. Electricity was generated on the premises by a gas engine driving a dynamo. Like many others, it closed for the summer in July and reopened in August or ...
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To complement Keith Seatons pictures of the Odeon. Group photograph taken at the opening of the /odeon Cinema on the 28th Feb. 1938 Coun. J H Longstaff (seated) who was Chairman of the Spalding U D C, ...
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An advert from May 1965 listing the showings at the Odeon Cinema, Spalding. Did you watch any of the listed at the Odeon ? What memories do you have of it ?  
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