The Colour of Life – The Mobile Cinema 1947 by Geoff Cronin

0/50 with my brother David J. Cronin, to form a company, which would be known as “C Mobile Pictures”. The proposition was to bring cinema to all the villages within a ten mile radius of Waterford, where we figured people were starved for entertainment. To this end we purchased the following:1 Baby Ford Car (Taxed and Insured) £170.0.01 Film Projector and Sound Equipment £248.0.0Total £418.0.0

Source: The Colour of Life – The Mobile Cinema 1947 by Geoff Cronin

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