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Putney Cinema (c1910 - 1976)



  • Usage: c1910 - 1911
  • Usage: 1910 - 1929
  • Usage: 1929 - 1968
  • Usage: 1968 - 1969
  • Usage: 1971 - 1976
  • Usage: 1969 - 1971


The Putney Cinema was located in Putney, London. By 1910 it was known as the Putney Electric Cinema and in 1929 it was renamed the Globe Kinema.

The Globe was purchased by the Compton Cinemas Group in 1968 and reopened after refurbishment the following year as the CineCenta Cinema. In 1969 it was renamed Cine Club 24 and began screening uncensored films until 1971 when it went resumed regular projections and retook the CineCenta Cinema name. The cinema closed in 1976 and was demolished soon after.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bill Barnes Collection

Reference code: NFA0172
Scope and Contents

Programmes, posters and photographs mainly related to the Poole family's travelling Myriorama show.

Dates: 1881 - 2017

Photographs and Postcards, c1900 - 1929

Reference code: 178C129
Scope and Contents

Black and white and colour photographs and postcards

Dates: c1900 - 1929

Photographs and Postcards Related to Pre-Cinema Shows and Early Cinema, Showpeople and Performers, c1900 - 1929

Reference code: 178C129.1-33
Scope and Contents

Black and white and colour photographs and postcards of performers including dwarves, blackface performer, a white face pierrot and Du'calion, the interior of a theatre, a photograph of the Parade at Newport, Isle of Wight, photographs of Poole's myriorama, employess and brass band and a small family photo album.

Dates: c1900 - 1929

Putney Cinema Programme, 18 May 1914

Reference code: 178K53.128
Scope and Contents Blue type and illustration of a man holding a banner on white background and blue and white photographs of the interior and exterior of the building on the front cover, inside programme listing Anne of the Golden Heart, Wifey's Visit Home, A Treacherous Rival, Mabel's Stormy Love Affair, The Staircase of Death, The Battle of Get His Own Back, Bernina Railway in Winter, Pathe Gazette, The Banker's Son, Max Cures Cinemania, The Burglar's Sacrifice, Why Reginald Reformed, The Maked Dancer,...
Dates: 18 May 1914