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The Odeon Cinema

ODEON Edinburgh Lothian Road is conveniently situated in Edinburgh city centre.
The Odeon Cinema was built in 1930 and was formerly called the ABC Cinema. It was a venue for The Beatles during their 1964 UK Tour.
It was taken over by Odeon Cinemas chain and now shows mainstream movies on 4 separate screens.
The Odeon has hosted premieres during the Edinburgh International Film Festival and attendees have included Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo for the European premiere of "The Thomas Crown Affair".

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