- This was the first small screen cinema to open in Madrid in 1977, with the aim to showcase old classics in their original language. It remains to this day a cult spot for those young and old wanting to relive the magic of watching black and white or color "oldies" on the big screen. In the past, this theater was also the studio location and school for many a now well-known Spanish film director. Located beside the first ever Foster's Hollywood burger restaurant to open in Madrid, and close to many fast food restaurant chains, this small intimate cinema is a must for lovers of the silver screen. - Teba Orueta
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