Cinema Vendome

425 Boulevard Saint-Joseph,
Gatineau, QC QC J8Y

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Cinema Vendome opened October 22, 1965, in the Hull Shopping Plaza. It was originally operated by the Cineart film distributing company, which also operated four cinemas in Montreal and one in Quebec City.

Cinema Vendome’s original policy was to show popular films six nights a week, but to reserve Friday nights for a series of international art films.

The house had a fairly short life. By the mid-1970’s it had turned to exploitation films, and it closed in the early-1980’s.

Contributed by Joe Vogel

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rivest266 on August 28, 2018 at 3:10 pm

Grand opening ad (En Français) can be found in the photo section.

Cineart AKA: Michel Custom, Societe Nouvelle Cinematographic, Inc. had more theatres.

  • The Pussycat and Vendome in Gatineau.

  • The Canadien – Festival, Cinema V (2 screens), Fleur de Lys, Cinéma de Paris, Plaza in Montreal, The Jean Talon in St. Leonard

  • The Canardiére in Quebec

  • The Fleur de Lys AKA: Pussycat in Trois Rivieres Ouest.

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