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Rare photos of old Embassy Cinema in Valletta hark back to days gone by
Can you imagine how many films our parents (and their parents) must have watched here?

Sarah Micallef

Did you know that Valletta’s Embassy cinemas were once a much grander affair than the six-screen cinema we know today?

Back in the 1950s and all the way through to the 1980s, the Embassy and Ambassador cinemas, built under one roof, were all the rage, and made for many a highlight in one’s trip to Valletta!

This shot, taken around 1975, shows people queuing up alongside the façade, waiting in line to watch the popular Jaws film – how many of them will think twice before hitting the waves on their next beach visit, we wonder!

Wondering what it looked like on the inside? Well, this photo helps give us an inkling!

The ‘50s style bar area and retro stools are such a vibe… and check out those throwback hair dos!

Did you know that Valletta’s Embassy cinemas were once a much grander affair than the six-screen cinema we know today?  Back in the 1950s and all the

Alfred Grech via Valletta Photos / Facebook

Do you remember the old Embassy Cinema?



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