Who invented the first movie theater?

Answer The first movie theater was the brainchild of Harry Davis. He opened it on June 19, 1905, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and named it the Nickelodeon. The film showing that day was titled "The Great ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Who invented the first movie theater

What was the first movie that you saw at a theater?

According to my dad it was Goodfellas, I'm pretty sure it doesn't count considering I was born the year the movie got released. So I didn't technically "watch it", I just didn't have a choice becau... Read More »

What’s the first movie you remember seeing in a theater?

Are there security cameras inside the movie theater , theater?

No there are no cameras in the theater but we do have ushers check the theater routinely and the projectionist can see exactly whats going on from the projection window, so we can pretty much see e... Read More »

Who invented the very first movie?

Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince (1842-1890), a French inventor, is responsible for the first motion picture ever made, the two-second long "Roundhay Garden Scene" (1888). Prince mysteriously vanishe... Read More »