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New Theatre Wins Public Approval
Beauty and comfort of the new Hoyts Fremantle Theatre was greatly admired by the large audience which attended the official opening last night.
j.ue ciyyuiijuijicuis ana iurmsmngs are on a lavish scale and the acous tic properties of the theatre are of a particularly high standard. The latest in streamlined theatres, Hoyts Fre manle has a floating screen, powder bar and a host of novel and attrac tive features. CRYING ROOM A notable innovation is a 'crying room,' where mothers may see and hear the programme without their children distracting other patrons. The 'crying room' was chris tened last night, when mothers of two restless infants watched the films until their charges cried themselves to sleep. The opening ceremony was per formed by the acting Mayor of Fre mantle (Cr. J. Stevens) who was intro duced by the chairman of directors of Hoyts Fremantle, Ltd., Mr. S. W. Perry, O.B.E. The programme comprised 'Love on a Budget' and Walt Disney's technicolor feature, 'Snow White ana the Seven Dwarfs.'