103 E. Jefferson Street,
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The second Empress Theatre opened on November 7, 1919 with Ruth Roland in “The Tiger’s Trail”. It was closed on June 15, 1929. In 1937 it was purchased by the Griffith Amusement Company, who remodeled it in a Spanish-Art Deco style. It was renamed Greer Theatre on its reopening on November 11, 1937 with Joan Blondell in “Stand-In”. Taken over by an independent operator in the 1950’s it was later closed.
It was taken over by Video Independent Theatres and reopened on September 25, 1955 with James Stewart in “The Naked Spur” & Robert Taylor in “Ride, Vaquero!”. It was closed on January 20, 1957. Exterior and interior photographs reveal the Greer Theater to be a slick little cinema.
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