The film industry's reputation as a haven of growth during the Great Depression is just another Hollywood myth - US movie attendance plummeted from about 90m tickets a week in 1930 to 50m in 1933. Yet cinemas are faring better in the current downturn, and that hasn't escaped the attention of the property industry.
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