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The films all featured non-fictional subjects; they were mostly photographed records of day-to-day events.The film scholar Stephen Hughs points out that within a few years there were regular ticketed shows in a hall in Pophams Broadway, started by one Mrs. Once it was demonstrated as a commercial proposition, a Western entrepreneur, Warwick Major, built the first cinema theatre, the Electric Theatre, which still stands.It was a favourite haunt of the British community in Madras. This building is now part of a post office complex on Anna Salai (Mount Road).

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These tent events were the true precursors of the cinema shows.

Venkiah traveled with this unit to Burma (now Myanmar) and Sri Lanka, and when he had gathered enough money, he put up a permanent cinema house in Madras—Gaiety, in 1914, the first cinema house in Madras to be built by an Indian.

This company, which produced the most number of Tamil silent films, had branches in Colombo, Rangoon and Singapore. Prakasa made in 1932, was the last silent film produced in Madras.

Unfortunately, the silent era of south Indian cinema has not been documented well.

GPC functioned as a film school and its alumni included names such as Sundara Rao Nadkarni and Jiten Banerji.

The studio of GPC was housed in the Chellapalli bungalow on Thiruvottiyur High Road in Madras.

Company dramas were popular among the Madras audience.

The legendary Otraivadai drama theatre had been built in 1872 itself in Mint.

He bought the film projector and silent films from the Frenchman Du Pont and set up a business as film exhibitor.

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