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Architects: Carlos O. Vergara
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Cine Latino was opened on 20th April 1960 with Yul Brynner in “Solomon and Sheba”. Located in the Zona Rosa district of central Mexico City, this modern cinema had seating provided in orchestra and balcony levels. In 1968 it was remodeled and equipped to present movies in Dimension-150 format, reopening with James Garner in “Grand Prix” showing on the 90ft x 34ft curved wide screen.
In the late-1970’s it was divided into three screens. Later closed, there were plans for restoration in the mid-1990’s to be part of the revitalization of Zona Rosa, but these came to nothing. The Cine Latino was demolished in November 2009.
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