Trois Murat

17 Rue Gudin,
Paris 75016

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Previously operated by: Gaumont France

Architects: M.A. Wang

Functions: Religious Services

Styles: Streamline Moderne

Previous Names: Port Saint-Cloud Palace, 3-Murat

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Located in the Port de Saint-Cloud district to the west of the city. The Port Saint-Cloud Palace was opened on 22nd December 1932. By 1967 it was operated by Gaumont as a 700-seat single screen. In 1972 it was converted into a triple screen cinema and re-named Trois Murat (3-Murat). There were two 200-seat auditoriums and 1 with 300-seats. The auditoriums were decorated in what may be called a ‘pop-art moderne’ style and were designed by architect M.A. Wang. It was closed in the late-1980’s.

By 2020 it was in use as a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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