Granada Theatre

313 S. Saint Clair Street,
Toledo, OH 43604

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B.F. Keith’s Theatre was opened on September 25, 1911 with vaudeville. The theatre was designed by George Mills in 1911 for B.F. Keith and his vaudeville chain. It was taken over by Shea Theatres on November 16, 1929 when it reopened as a movie theatre named renamed the Cameo Theatre. It was renamed Granada Theatre on September 22, 1932 under new operators.

The Granada Theatre was closed in 1952, and was demolished in 1957 for a parking lot.

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rivest266
rivest266 on February 1, 2014 at 10:31 am

Listings for the Granada stopped in 1952.

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on September 8, 2018 at 2:53 pm

This location opened as B.F. Keith’s Theatre playing vaudeville on September 25, 1911. The venue mixed film content for periods of its operation but was primarily known for the Keith vaudeville shows. Shea Theatres Circuit took on the theatre. becoming the newest location for sound films in downtown Toledo, the Cameo Theatre on November 16, 1929.

The Cameo Theatre failed and closed in 1932. Under new operators, the theatre was rebranded on September 22, 1932 as the Granada Theatre with “Blessed Event.” The venue closed as the Granada and was later razed.

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