Place Charest 8
500 rue du Pont,
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Previous Names: Place Carest, Frontenac & Le Dauphin
September 14th, 1967 opened with two cinemas called Frontenac with 1,283 seats and Le Dauphin with 623 seats by Odeon Theatres, their first in the Quebec City area.
1976 Frontenac is split into two cinemas of 512 and 720 seats
1977 taken over by Canadian Odeon as Canadian Theatres buys out Odeon Theatres.
1984 taken over by Cineplex Odeon
October 1986 reopened with 8 cinemas with one large cinema and 7 smaller ones. Denys Arcand took part in the opening with the screening of “Le Déclin de l'empire Américain”
2004 became part of Cineplex Entertainment.
2007 the Charest St. Entrance is dismantled.
Late 2010 Cinema 1 is closed due to the leaky roof.
April 7th, 2011 closed. Quebec is now the largest city in Canada without a first-run downtown cinema.
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