And of course I have no idea what the film was or for that matter almost any of the pictures I went on to see at the place.
But it was a regular haunt made more so because I had the job of taking my sisters there on a Saturday morning.
Of all the picture houses I been in there was something special about the Odeon.
It started with that unique box office in the centre of the foyer, that thick carpet, the decor and of course the smell.
Put them all together and you felt that this was somewhere special, a place not only to be entertained but a place where for a few hours the daily routines along with the niggles of the day could be forgotten.
And these picture houses were designed for just that purpose. Plenty of homes back in 1936 were still austere places little in the way of luxury and by comparison drab and dim and cold.
But the Well Hall Odeon radiated style from that tall glass and tiled tower to the sweep of the entrance roof.
And it was big. It dwarfed the houses that surrounded it stretched back and was only really challenged by the church opposite.
So I am really pleased that Chrissie shared the souvenir programme with me.
Location; Well Hall, Eltham, London
Picture; souvenir booklet of the opening of the Well Hall Odeon, 1936 courtesy of Chrissie Rose