402 Main Street,
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The Webster-Granada Theatre opened on March 31, 1922 with Strongheart in “The Silent Call”. It was equipped with a Robert-Morton ‘special’ organ. Initially programed for movies, live theatre and vaudeville. It became a full-time movie theatre in November 1923 and was renamed Granada Theatre. On April 4, 1924 it was renamed National Theatre. It was destroyed in a fire in the early morning hours of April 25, 1936.
The Yolo Theatre was built on the site (which has its own page on Cinema Treasures)
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