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A 20 Middle Street, Brighton, associated with William Friese-Greene.
F Brighton Aquarium (now Sealife Centre), where regular film shows were given in the late 1890s.
K Charles Urban lived at Clarendon Mansions from 1938.
02 Site of Court Theatre/Cinema, New Road, Brighton.
05 Site of Cinema-de-Luxe, 150 North Street.
06 Site of Grand Picture Palace, 78 West Street, Brighton.
07 Site of Novelty Electric Theatre, 27 West Street, Brighton.
09 Coronation Cinema, 104 North Road, Brighton.
10 Site of Academy Theatre, 59 West Street, Brighton.
11 Bijou Electric Empire cinema (now Burger King).
12 Site of Imperial Picture Palace, 5 St James's Street, Brighton.
13 Site of Palladium Cinema, 85 King's Road, Brighton (now part of the Brighton Centre).
16 Site of Regent Cinema (now Boots occupies the site).
17 Savoy Cinema-Theatre (ABC), 75 East Street, Brighton.
23 Site of Imperial Cinema, 134 North Street
24 Site of Odeon, West Street/Little Russell Street, Brighton.
25 Odeon Kingswest, King's Road/West Street, Brighton.
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