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Abandoned Prevost 70/35 projectors at Ariston Cinema in Meran

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Written and photographed by: Dietmar Zingl, Austria Date: 04.02.2017
The abandoned cinema Ariston in Meran, Italy / South Tirol with a remaining projection booth equipped with Prevost 70/35 projectors.

Not much is know about the abandoned  Prevost 70/35 projectors at the Ariston cinema in Meran, Italy / South Tirol. As far as we know, the Prevost-projectors have been removed and saved and stored in a kind of technical museum in Bozen/Bolzano.

Did the Ariston ever show films in 70mm?

Maybe some in70mm.com readers can share some stories about it?

The former cinema is still a cinema called Filmclub – Aristonkino Meran.
 
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The abandoned cinema Ariston in Meran, Italy / South Tirol with a remaining projection booth equipped with Prevost 70/35 projectors.

 
 
The abandoned cinema Ariston in Meran, Italy / South Tirol with a remaining projection booth equipped with Prevost 70/35 projectors.

 
 
The abandoned cinema Ariston in Meran, Italy / South Tirol with a remaining projection booth equipped with Prevost 70/35 projectors.

 
 
   
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