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Headrow, Odeon Cinema

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City Centre
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Leeds Library & Information Services
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CLIR Head 9
Headrow, Odeon Cinema
14th March 1946. The Odeon Cinema with a clear view of the neon canopy, promoting the films 'The House on Ninety Second Street' and 'Sun Valley Serenade'. There is a clear view of the doorway and a young cleaning lady with a mop in her hand. People are passing by and a lady is window shopping at J.H. Awmack's display of pans. The cinema opened in 1932 as the Paramount and became the Odeon in 1940.

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