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Skandia cinema, Stockholm

Asplund, Erik Gunnar (1885-1940)

Kosmos Filmbuhne, Berlin, by night

Marcus, Frederick Lucas (1888-1975)

Grosvenor Cine / Bar Experience, 440 Alexandra Avenue, Rayners Lane, Harrow, London

Bromige, Frank Ernest (1902-1979)
NOTES: Built as the Grosvenor, this cinema was taken into the Odeon circuit in 1937 and renamed as such in 1941. It was taken over by an independent and renamed Ace in 1981 only to close in 1986. It became Grade II listed in 1981 and the listing was raised to Grade II* in 1988. It was the Grosvenor Cine / Bar Experience and Studio Warehouse nightclub from 1991. It was taken over in c. 2000 by the Zoroastrian Centre for Europe and has since been used as a church.

London IMAX Cinema, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, Waterloo, Lambeth, London

Avery Associates
NOTES: The London IMAX is part of the British Film Institute.

Regent Cinema, Queen's Road, Brighton: the auditorium seen from the entrance

Atkinson, Robert (1883-1952)
NOTES: Built for the Provincial Cinematograph Theatres Ltd (PCT), this cinema was designed by Robert Atkinson with interiors by Walpole Champneys and murals by Walter Bayes. It closed in 1973 and was demolished in 1974.

Odeon cinema, Haverstock Hill, Hampstead, London: the entrance festooned with Coronation decorations

T. P. Bennett & Son
NOTES: Also known as Odeon Belsize Park and Odeon Hampstead, this cinema closed in 1972 and was demolished. A supermarket was built on the site and one of the original adjacent shop units became the entrance to the new Screen on the Hill, opened in 1977.

Odeon cinema, High Street, Southall, London

Coles, George (1884-1963)
NOTES: Closed as an Odeon in 1961, this cinema was reconstructed internally and reopened in the same year as Top Rank Bowl. It closed in 1970 and was converted into a store.