Cine Diana

Paseo de la Reforma 423,
Mexico City

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Architects: E. Curiel Benfield, Leopoldo Gout

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Styles: Streamline Moderne

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Cine Diana

Located on the square at Paseo de la Reforma and Rio Mississippi. The Cine Diana opened on 30th May 1962 with 1,950 seats. It was owned by the Organization Ramirez. It was designed by architects Leopoldo Gout and E. Curiel Benfield. The foyer had an abstract mural by artist Manuel Felguerez. It was equipped to screen 70mm films.

In 1971 it is listed, still as a single screen with a seating capacity of 1,850, but has now been converted into an 8-screen multiplex.

Contributed by Kirk J. Besse, Ken Roe

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JamesEBohenek on May 11, 2016 at 9:50 pm

I think this is where I saw Elephant Man and 2010. 2010 had English dialog and Spanish subtitles which is the the norm. However, the computer screens always had Spanish on them and NO subtitles. When shown on television the computer screens have English and are subtitled.

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