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Hay Street located cinemas in Perth leading up to 1936

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Ambassadors Theatre

Thank you to TVhistory for the photos.       -1929 nla.news-page4371926.pdfAmbassadors

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Cremorne Theatre

http://ammpt.com.au/cinema-history/NEW thank you to Ken McKay on updating the history of Cremorne Theatre Cremorne Theatre…. the second venue in Perth to show moving pictures. Often overlooked in the history of Perth theatres. You may also be interested in the “Western Baptist” ISSN 1322-1582 ‘In search of Annie Oliver’, a paper by Mrs Ann Harding, read to the Baptist Historical Society on 21 April 1993. Murray Street facade to Cremorne Threatre and Gardens CREMORNE GARDENS, PERTH,…

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Theatre Organs

Theatre Organs

One of life’s great disappointments is that most of us were too young to truly appreciate the regular experience of attending those magnificent picture palaces of years gone by when their mighty Wurlitzer organs thundered our stirring tunes which reverberated around the auditorium pre-show and at interval. Perth had two Wurlitzer Theatre Organs – a large one at the Ambassadors Theatre in Hay Street just down from the Perth Town Hall, and a smaller instrument…

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AUSTV

This is an initiative of the Western Region branch of the Australian Museum of Motion Picture & Television (Inc). TVW Opening – October 16th, 1959 When it was announced that television would start in Western Australia there was much interest in the community, many people had seen television or had been told of it by friends living in Victoria and New South Wales. Because of the interest in the 1956 Olympics which the course was…

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