Information for this tour was contributed by Mike Rivest.
Opened to the public on March 6, 1952, the theater was renamed Pigalle on January 11, 1974, then renamed Le Carrefour in 1976, became a nightclub around 1980, then became Le Spectrum in 1982. This theatre will be integrated into the Complexe Spectrum opening about 2007. This theatre had 1325 seats. The 70mm projectors were moved over to the Imperial in 1981. It was owned by Consolidated Amusements, which was owned by Famous Players.
Photos from the 1953-1954 Theatre Catalog collection.
Photos from the Mike Rivest collection.
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