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picture palace

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(Film) Brit an old-fashioned name for cinema1a
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Noun1.picture palace - a theater where films are shownpicture palace - a theater where films are shown  
bioscope - a South African movie theater
fleapit - an old shabby movie theater
multiplex - a movie theater than has several different auditoriums in the same building
theater, theatre, house - a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented; "the house was full"
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The Picture Palace will bring film to people who don't usually visit the cinema by taking the big screen out to places such as parks, pubs and cafes across Sandwell.
READY TO GO: The runners head down to the start of the Pertemps Leamington Novices Hurdle at Warwick on Saturday (above, from left): Joss Naylor, One Knight, Lanzerac and Picture Palace. The race eventually went to Martin Pipe's Classified (right), who was made favourite for Cheltenham's Royal & SunAlliance Novices' Hurdle WARWICK'S big day is a huge success: See Page 31 Pictures: ROY KILCULLEN
And the first floor of the Museum of Liverpool has been turned into the foyer of an old-fashioned picture palace to display dozens of classic film posters and images.
NEARLY 500 children attended the opening of the new matinee club at the Premier Picture Palace, Paddock Head.
Leon Vint's Picture Palace, in High Street - for "animated pictures and vaudeville" - was Rugby's first cinema, opening in 1911.
A "Picture Palace" is an old-fashioned term for what?
1960 Lockwood Picture Palace, now called the Excelda, closes.
Leon Vint's Picture Palace, in High Street, for 'Animated Pictures and Vaudeville' - Rugby's first cinema - opened in 1911.
There used to be a picture palace in Birkby called the Palladium.
Leon Vint's Picture Palace for 'Animated Pictures and Vaudeville' - Rugby's first cinema - opened in 1911 on the enlarged first floor of the building which was again extended in 1919.
The film is being made by Picture Palace Productions.
Find out more by visit-.ing the Picture Palace website http://picturepalace.org/ Transatlantic 175 weekend is on July 4-5.