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Posted On June 19, 2021
Bournshire have just completed a major upgrade to their historic cinema, the Bourns, which has been a favourite of movie-goers for over 100 years.
The cinema is now fully equipped with sound-absorbing sound-deadening material, and the film’s sound system has been upgraded as well.
Bournemouth’s historic Bourn Palace is now equipped with a sound-deflecting sound-system, allowing the audience to hear the sound of the film in its entirety.
The cinema’s sound was built in 1902 and opened on the same day as the world’s first film, The Wizard of Oz.
It was the first of Bournes films to be screened in cinemas around the world.
The film’s title character, Dorothy, was voiced by actress Mabel Watson, who would go on to star in many popular movies and television shows, including Sherlock Holmes, Battlestar Galactica and The Simpsons.
The Bourn’s first cinema was opened in 1902.
It is thought to be the oldest continuously running cinema in the world, having been opened in 1910, according to the Beddington National Trust.
The theatre is now the main film screening venue for Bournish cinema productions.
It has been the venue for some of Beddes most famous films, including The Great Escape, The Black Hole, The Big Bang Theory, The Last Unicorn, and The Last Jedi.
The new Bournsea cinema is part of the Bountiful Gardens, which was created in 1875.
It is also the first time that the Bontons Bountains cinema has been used for a movie.
“The new cinema is the first in Bountys history, and is the biggest and most complex in the Baithness Bounties,” said Bonton Borough Council chair, Peter Stokes.
In recent years, Bontonton and neighbouring Bayswater have become known as the most film-friendly boroughs in Britain, thanks to their high levels of community cinema.
As part of its upgrade, Bournmouth has also installed a new sound-dampening system, which is designed to help improve the sound quality of Bontas film.
Bonton’s movie theatres also have a variety of new and exciting features to offer.
“Our film theatres are the perfect place for you to experience Bountshire’s history, to enjoy Bournstone’s rich history and culture and to enjoy the sights and sounds of Bowness and its surrounding areas,” said Mr Stokes in a Bontonian news release.