Revue Cinema

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cinema in in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Geographical coordinates: 43.6511 -79.4509

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English Revue Cinema

The Revue Cinema is a cinema in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built between late-1911 and early-1912, it is a designated 'heritage' site and is Toronto's oldest standing movie theatre in use for showing movies. It operated continuously as a movie theatre from its opening until June 2006, making it the oldest continuously running movie theatre in Ontario. When news of its closure became public, a grass-roots community movement sprang up in order to save the cinema. After a great deal of effort, the movement was ultimately successful and the Revue reopened in October 2007. It is now operated by the not-for-profit Revue Film Society.

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English Revue Cinema

The Revue Cinema, completed in 1912, is Toronto's oldest operating movie theatre. This community-run theatre is operated by the not-for-profit Revue Film Society since 2007. It shows 2nd-run Hollywood films and regular special-interest screenings.

Address 400 Roncesvalles Ave
Last Edit2015-12-18

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