| ||Two DP70 (___+___)|
Serial No's unknown. Installed for "Doctor Zhivago" in 1967 either April or May.
The other screen had DP75s installed when 2 mini screen added in 1975.
| ||Two DP70 (862+861)|
Possibly photo of No.861.
Philips DP70 Projector installed for "South Pacific" in 1959. I assume the machines were 861 left and 862 right. DP70 replaced by Cinemeccanica Victoria 8 (RK 60). 70/35 mm Projector in Aug. 1980. ODEON closed in 2001, now a Health Club and Gym.
Regards Tony Laing, 07.06.2007 + 18.05.2019
| ||One DP70 in storage|
| ||Opened 1956, 1400 seats. taken over by ABC. Improved and reopened 25.05.1959 as ABC, 1238 seats. Twinned 1979 and renamed Cannon.|
|Edinburgh||Filmhouse Cinema (P) / Edinburgh Film Theatre (P)|
| ||Two DP70 (860+863)|
Screen 1 projection box showing platter, DP70s and DLP. Image by Alasdair McCrum
The BIG Picture in Edinburgh
|Edinburgh||New Victoria / Odeon (*╗)|
| ||Two DP70 installed for "South Pacific" 26.12.1958|
|Edinburgh||Regal (*╗) / ABC|
| ||Opened 10.10.1938, 2769 seats. Two DP70 installed 1958.|
Installation of DP70. Image by Ian Rintoul
Renamed ABC 20.03.1961. Tripled 1969. Renamed MGM 14.05.1969.
| ||Two DP70|
Mr. Runciman, chief projectionist at the ABC, working with the DP70. Image by Ian Rintoul
|Glasgow||Glasgow Film Theatre|
| ||One DP70 on display (1356). Came from the Regal in Glasgow.|
| ||Two DP70 installed for "South Pacific" 22.09.1958. Ran 67+ weeks|
| ||Two DP70 from The Ritz, Belfast, Northern Ireland 1969.|
| ||Opened 13.11.1929, 2359 seats. Renamed ABC 1959. Four screen from 13.12.1979. renamed MGM Sauchiehall Street 18.12.1992. One of the 70mm projectors from this demolished cinema is now on display in the foyer of the Glasgow Film Theatre.|