Rand Theatre

122 N. Washington Street,
Greenfield, OH 45123

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Listed in the editions of Film Daily Yearbook between 1941-1950, the Rand Theatre was operating before and after these dates.

Any further information would be appreciated

Contributed by Nick

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on November 16, 2014 at 8:07 pm

This web page, which has the date 7/28/04 at the bottom, has three thumbnails of the demolition of the Rand Theatre, but the full-sized pictures don’t open. A comment by Larry Chapman on the page has this information about the theater:

“…the Rand was built for Kibler R. Roberts and J. Henry Davidson and opened its doors on January 22, 1937. These two gentlemen also owned a second Rand Theatre located in Lynchburg. Greenfield’s Rand was remodeled in 1947.”
As can be seen in the second of the photos kencmcintyre linked to, dated 1983, the Rand Theatre was on the west side of Washington Street adjacent to the alley south of Lafayette Street. The theater’s site is now partly occupied by a drive-through portico for the a single-story brick building on the southwest corner of Lafayette.

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