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Report - Odeon Cinema, Bradford - October 2011


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Odeon Cinema, Bradford - October 2011

Visited with Dr. Howser and fishbrain


(garnered solely from the Uncyclopedia entry for the Odeon)

“Every man likes a pair of large firm domes.â€￾

Despite being built in 1930 to a magnificent standard, recent decades have seen concerted efforts to destroy the cinema which has caused division between the protectors of the Odeon who are a collective of Yorkshire BORG and the Councillors who are a collective of self serving individuals with questionable morals especially where developers are concerned.

Bradford was once a leading city in the World's economy, the historic success of Bradford can still be seen in its architecture. Bradford ain't leading but two things, right now, Jack and shit... and Jack left town.

The Master Plan for the Odeon was morally and financially utterly retarded, it was to be single handily destroyed by Jack Bauer and replaced by a building that would cost considerably more than restoring the Odeon. 'New Victoria Place' would be more unnecessary apartment and hotel space, this was puzzling as Bradford did not have even a 5th of the number of prostitutes needed to occupy the existing hotel space in the city.

2000 Bradfordians, almost as many as turn up for Bradford City football matches in an entire season objected to the Odeon's demolition in writing. The local newspaper keen to reduce its readership by another 2000 decided to back the Council as the purchase of the newspaper building had been muted provided the Master Plan was successful.










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