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|C More First|
|Launched||1 May 2004|
|Closed||1 September 2019|
|Owned by|| C More Entertainment |
|Formerly called||Canal+ Film 1 (2004-2005, 2006-2007)|
Canal+ Film (2005-2006)
Canal+ First (2007-2012)
|Canal Digital (Finland)||-|
|dna Welho (Finland)||-|
|Canal Digital (Finland)||-|
|dna Welho (Finland||-|
|Denmark = YouSee||-|
C More First is a Scandinavian premium television channel owned by C More Entertainment showing movies and TV shows. It is the flagship movie channel of the Nordic C More package.
The channel started out as Canal+ Film 1 in May 2004 and replaced the channel Canal+ Gul. From September 2005 the channel was known as Canal+ Film, but the numeral was added again in November 2006. On 1 November 2007 the channel became Canal+ First as part of a major reorganisation of the Canal+ movie channels. The channel changed its name to C More First on 4 September 2012.
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