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This venue boasted a variety of events, including plays in English, Western classical music concerts, and ballroom dances.
Silent films were also screened as an additional attraction.
Swamikannu Vincent, a railway draftsman from Tiruchirapalli, became a travelling exhibitor in 1905.
He showed short movies in a tent in Esplanade, near the present Parry's Corner, using carbide jet-burners for projection.
He bought the film projector and silent films from the Frenchman Du Pont and set up a business as film exhibitor.
To celebrate the event of King George V's visit in 1909, a grand exhibition was organised in Madras.
Its major attraction was the screening of short films accompanied by sound.
When this proved successful, he screened the films in a tent set up in Esplanade.
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.
the industry is often colloquially referred to as Kollywood, the term being a portmanteau of the words Kodambakkam and Hollywood.
The first Tamil silent film, Keechaka Vadham, was made by R. By the end of the 1930s, the legislature of the State of Madras passed the Entertainment Tax Act of 1939.