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No, it’s gone. Google Streetview of June 2017 shows it has been removed.
The theatre seems to have been incorporated into the next door country store.
This theatre has been converted to a microbrewery tasting room called the Twisted Rail. Website: https://www.twistedrailbrewing.com/locations/
Function should be: Art Gallery
Website in Spanish: http://www.teatrotrail.com/
Their Facebook page as of November 27, 2017 states they are temporarily closed and to watch the website for updates.
From the photos on the real estate site, it appears that someone started to do a gut rehab of this theatre then gave up.
From Wikipedia: The name means “The people,” and is related to the autonym for the Southern Athabaskan Navajo people “Diné.” The Dena'ina name for Cook Inlet is Tikahtnu meaning “Big Water River” or Nuti meaning “Saltwater.”
No website, but does have a Facebook page. Currently showing first-run movies on the weekends.
After High Low went out of business, it became a Jimenez grocery store for many years.
According to the website the 35mm projection system has been restored.
This theatre also shows an occasional film under a program called “Twisted Flicks.” The sound is muted and the audience improvises dialogue.
Furiouslion, that’s very good news. Do you have a link to an article or story for attribution?
The marquee for this theatre shows up in a process shot in the 1947 film “Daisy Kenyon”
I hope it’s successful. This is a concept that could catch on in other cities.
Would that be the projection booth that the young people are walking under?
The 16 in the name refers to the 16mm film format of most porn films back then.
There are current plans to demolish this theatre and replace it with high rise development.
Website is down. Phone disconnected. Current phone is 813-839-1600. You will get ahold of someone who works there and can tell you what movies are playing. They do have a Facebook page but no movie times on it. Best to use Fandango or Moviephone to find out what is playing.
Please update this listing per information above.^
Updated website link: http://grandmovietheatre.com/
Their Facebook page shows a movie being shown on June 11. Now called the Olympic Theater and Café. Website: http://olympictheatercafe.com/