102 James Street N,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: Fuller Claflin
Previous Names: Grand Opera House, Grand Theatre, Granada Theatre
The Grand Opera House was opened on November 29, 1880 with 1,200 seats and the extravaganza “The Brook” performed by Salsbury’s Troubadours. It later became a movie theatre and was renamed Grand Theatre. In 1935 it was re-named Granada Theatre. On December 31, 1954 it was remodeled and renamed Downtown Theatre, reopening films being:-Rory Calhoun in “A Bullet is Waiting” & Rhonda Fleming in “The Golden Hawk”. It was closed and demolished in 1961.
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