DUMARESQ STREET MOVIES CAMPBELLTOWN

Sadly the building began to decay and after being used as storage for Downes department store it was demolished in The cheapest you can get. To see the latest Bond adventure or sci-fi blockbuster meant a trip to Sydney and that meant begging parents to take us. Not to mention the clientele that seem to rock up here which are on the disadvantaged demographic and the fact that the place gets PACKED after 5pm. On occasions, the sound of a Ford Prefect motor could be heard as a back-up generator during Post War electricity strikes. After becoming fully electric in it operated for a further six years, under various management, before closing in February Moule purpose-built this cinema with auditorium and stage, seating over which rose to with later improvements. Along with cheap drinks and food and you got yourself a deal.

The eighties, for us was the golden age of cinema. Movies became a fortnightly treat rather than semi-annual. From on we could go and see, without any parent pestering, Poltergeist, Jaws 2 and Raiders of the Lost Ark as many times as we liked as long as the pocket money held out. However, the seats weren’t the most comfortable and sometimes it gets really packed. Along with cheap drinks and food and you got yourself a deal. Sadly, the building would be freezing cold in winter and boiling hot in summer. At the height of its popularity the Macquarie Cinema showed a newsreel, travelogue, two feature films and sometimes a cartoon, totalling 3hours of entertainment all for of one and nine pence.

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Very lousy customer service, noone bothers to pick up the phone. Newer Post Older Post Home. Guy Thomas with Bill Collins in attendance at a screening of “Gallipoli” — on both screens.

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Southwest Automotive Pty Ltd. Not to mention the clientele that seem to rock up here which are on the disadvantaged demographic and the fact that the place gets PACKED after 5pm. The place itself is a bit of a dive and not very nice. Along with cheap drinks and food and you got yourself a deal.

At the height of its popularity the Macquarie Cinema showed a newsreel, travelogue, two feature films and sometimes a cartoon, totalling 3hours of entertainment all for of one and nine pence. Macquarie CinemaTown Hall Cinema. Make sure if you’re going on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday night that you get there a bit early to make sure you get a good seat as you are not allocated seat numbers and can get quite busy especially for new releases.

Posted by Andrew Allen at Mindful of the Town Hall cinema’s limitations, Mawson and the local architect A. After becoming fully electric in it operated for a further six years, under various management, before closing in February I just wanted to find out if there’s still ticket for a particular movie coz I dont want to drive all the way from Liverpool and be disappointed when i get there, that its SOLD Out.

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The eighties, for us was the golden age of cinema.

Is this your business? To see the latest Bond adventure or sci-fi blockbuster meant a trip to Sydney and that meant begging parents to take us. Tell people what you think. Sadly, the building would be freezing cold in winter and boiling hot in cajpbelltown.

From on we could go and see, without any parent pestering, Poltergeist, Jaws 2 and Raiders of the Lost Ark as many times as we liked as long as the pocket money held out.

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The seats are a bit smaller than what the larger cinemas have but still comfy. Sadly the building began to decay and after being used as storage for Downes department store it was demolished in The staff are always super friendly and polite.

Moule purpose-built this cinema with auditorium and stage, seating over which rose vumaresq with later improvements.

With fifty families moving into the area a week, Campbelltown Council saw the need too, and after unsuccessfully trying to interest private backers decided to build it themselves.