Union Cinemas Ritz: A Story of Theatre Organs and Cine-Variety

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1999 
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Theaters--England; Theater organ; Nineteen thirties 
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Inkster sets out to describe the rapid rise and equally rapid decline of the Union Cinemas, a theater company originating in the late 1920s that specialized in "cine-variety." Known for advertising their theatre organ and stage shows in addition to films, Union Cinemas reached dramatic heights of popularity during the 1930s. 
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