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Pavilion

Venue Summary
Name Pavilion
Address , ,
Operation Dates -
Capacity
Suburban/Country
Purpose
Screens
Roles
Venue Comments

Controlled by Union Theatres.

Second-run move-over house during silent period.

Converted to sound on November 11, 1929 using a Western Electric sound system. !Film:Madame X! was first sound film screened.

Venue Events
Event Date Name of Venue Address Latitude /
Longitude
Capacity Suburban Purpose Screens
1000-01-01 Pavilion



Screenings

Screenings
Films Distributor Dates
Three Ring Marriage First National Pictures 1928-12-01 - 1928-12-01
Legion of the Condemned, The Paramount 1928-12-01 - 1928-12-01
Code of the Scarlet, The First National Pictures 1928-12-03 - 1928-12-08
Odds On Williamsons, J.C. / J.C Williamson Theatre Limited 1928-12-03 - 1928-12-08
Harp in Hock, A First National Pictures 1928-12-08 - 1928-12-08
Big City, The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) 1928-12-10 - 1928-12-12
Happiness Ahead First National Pictures 1928-12-10 - 1928-12-14
Private Life of Helen of Troy, The First National Pictures 1928-12-13 - 1928-12-15
Almost Human First National Pictures 1928-12-15 - 1928-12-15
Four Sons Fox 1928-12-17 - 1928-12-22
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