Posts by AMMPT

The end of Channel Seven

  Thanks to WA TV History for the following...

John K Watts 1937-2017

John was educated at Maylands State School along with...

Helen Jamieson

In 2013, we had the opportunity to record the...

Channel Nine’s New Home

Monday 19th September, 2016, is the first day of Channel...

Roy Mudge and his Princess Theatre

http://ammpt.com.au/cinema-history-2/Retired projectionist...

AMMPT Presentation – Re-Presenting the Past

The Australian Museum of Moving Picture and Television,...

Perth Heritage Day Weekends

AMMPT WR has accepted the invitation to participate in the...

Michael Shrimpton

THE ‘father’ of Countdown, TV producer Michael Shrimpton,...

Ambassadors Theatre

Thank you to TVhistory for the photos.    ...

Cremorne Theatre

http://ammpt.com.au/cinema-history/NEW thank you to Ken...

J Barrey Williams

  J Barrey Williams ▪ 1981-1983 Manager TVW7 (ex SAS)...

John Cousins (Taffy the Lion)

The sad passing John Cousins (Taffy the Lion)…....

Jan Vermazen

Tribute to Jan Vermazen and an era of Film Jan Vermazen...

Barry Daniel

The sad passing of Barry Daniel Tribute to Barry Daniel...

Cinema Web

Cinema Web provides the history, photographs and details...

Sir James Cruthers

Sir James Cruthers (1924-2015) passed away peacefully on...

Vintage Wireless and Gramophone Club

  Vintage Wireless and Gramophone Club In 1995 the...

Putting on the pictures in Mt Barker and Albany

Norman Gordon Mills was a projectionist in Mt Barker and Albany

About Cinema Web

CinemaWeb is a Western Australian database that provides photographs and details about picture theatres and cinemas throughout Western Australia. It was donated to AMMPT by Dr Ina Bertrand

Cinema Web: Agnew to Augusta

CinemaWeb is a Western Australian database that provides photographs and details about picture theatres, drive ins and cinemas throughout Western Australia. It was donated to AMMPT by Dr Ina Bertrand . This post covers the towns of Agnew to Augusta