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Built in the 1940’s, this was a typical neighborhood theater. It mostly ran second run fare.
During the 1960’s, it would show double features. From Thursdays through Sundays, it would show mainstream Hollywood films. On Mondays, it would show mostly B-movies and on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, it featured an interesting combination of old and newer movies. During that time the price of admission was $1.00 for adults and only 50 cents for kids.
Also on Saturday mornings, they would have kiddie shows, most of them featuring Jerry Lewis movies.
In the 1970’s, video rentals killed most second-run movie houses and in 1980 the Grand closed down. One of the last double features shown was a "Dawn of the Dead"– "Dressed to Kill" double bill.
That same year, the Grand was torn down to make way for a drive-thru bank.
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