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Name Associated Theatres Pty. Ltd.
Address 174 Peel Street
Suburb/Town Windsor
State Victoria
Country Australia

Associated Theatres merged with Hoyts Theatres Limited / Skyline Theatre / Hoyts Drive-In Theatre in 1926.

Herald February 28, 1925 references the following cinemas:
Royal, Chapel Street; Victory, Malvern; Lyric, Chapel Street; Armadale, Armadale; New Malvern, Malvern; Brighton, Bay Street; Hampton, Hampton; Empire, Brunswick; New Ascot, Ascot Vale; Adephi, North Carlton; Carnegie, Carnegie; Trocadero, Footscray; Empire, South Melbourne; Our Theatre, Camberwell; Lyric, Brunswick; Lygon, East Brunswick; Rialto, Kew; Grand Coburg; Crystal Palace, Caulfeild; Grand, Footscray; Palace, Fitzroy; Sandringham; Lyric, Fitzroy; Barkly, Footscray; Liberty, Fitzroy; Thornbury; Solway, Fitzroy; Rivoli, Camberwell
New theatres opening shortly: Regent, South Yarra; Gardiner; New Thornbury
Herald February 28, 1925 newspaper article on company directors, Sir George Tallis, F.W. Thring, W. A. Gibson, Mendel Snider, S. J. Morell. Governing director F.W. Thring. Co-operating with Electric Theatres Pty Ltd & Union Theatres