Casino Biografen

Istedgade 84,
Copenhagen 1650 V

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Architects: Holgar Pind

Functions: Beauty Salon

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Casino Biografen

Cinema architect Holgar Pind created the Casino Biografen within an already existing building, and it opened on 25th December 1943.

It was closed on September 30, 1966. It became a supermarket and by July 2009 was in use as a hairdressing salon.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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elmorovivo on August 21, 2020 at 8:53 pm

On Christmas Day 1943, the Casino Cinema opened its doors to the public. The cinema was long awaited as a replacement for the old Istedgade Cinema, also called “The Flea”. Due to the war, the construction of the Casino dragged on for several years, so it was a happy licensee, Emmmanuel Gregers,who was able to open his new cinema with 801 seats. The cinema showed Swedish, German, American and Danish films. The last performance took place on September 30, 1966 with Morten Koch film “The Red Horses”. After closing, Irma Supermarket took over the old cinema. Today, the building host the Rio Hair Salon.

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