ODEON


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ODEONOscar Deutsch Entertains Our Nation (chain of English cinemas)
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Like picture halls across the UK, the Odeon was forced to compete with the rise of television from the late 1950s, and the arrival of home video players after the early 1980s.
The Odeon group would then have more than 10,000 cinema seats across Tamworth, Dudley, Coventry and Birmingham.
The Odeon group has refused to comment on the site's future use, saying only: "Odeon is unable to comment on any plans for property that is no longer in their possession."
Central: The Electric, The Everyman Hampstead, Odeon Panton Street, UGC Fulham Road, Warner Village West End
Last year's rebranding exercise that transformed the foyer also saw the distinctive traditional red Odeon signs disappear replaced by a taller, slimline lettering in silver.
Simply cut out the voucher below and present it from today until Saturday, October 19, 2002 at any Odeon cinema listed below.
To get your free comic, simply cut out the voucher and present it from today until Sunday, March 4, at any Odeon cinema listed above during box-office hours.
As Drabinsky did with Cineplex Odeon, he turned Livent into a publicly traded company, which translates to a responsibility to shareholders that, apparently, became his fatal flaw.
To take advantage of this incredible offer, which is valid until NEXT SUNDAY, just take the voucher below to your nearest Odeon cinema and get TWO tickets for the price of one.
I wonder how many readers knew the Odeon cinema chain was started by Oscar Deutsch, with the opening of the first Odeon in Birmingham in August 1930.
Odeon (Fri-Sun & Tue-Wed), Cineworld, Showcase, VUE, Regent DOLPHIN TALE 2 ?U?