They brought joy to thousands of Doncaster people for years - so we're taking a look back at two of the town's lost cinemas.
There were plenty of picture houses across the town in the golden age of cinema, but we're focusing on the best known pair - the Gaumont (later Odeon) on Hall Gate and the ABC (later the Cannon) on Cleveland Street.
The Gaumont, which played host to the likes of the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Buddy Holly, was flattened in its later guise and the site is now occupied by a car park.
The ABC, which opened in the 1960s, was the Odeon's main rival and still lies redundant and boarded up, having screened its last movie nearly twenty years ago.
Take a stroll down memory lane with some of our pictures...