408 E. Commercial Street,
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The Granada Theatre opened on January 12, 1937 with Joe E. Brown in “Sons o' Guns”. It was closed on August 10, 1958 with “Hollywood Peep Show”, “Raw Confession of a Nudist” & “Chained for Life”. On September 4, 1959 it reopened as the New Lyric Theatre screening ‘art’ films, but closed a month later. It became a church in 1960. In 1961 it became a concert venue, name Lyric Theatre, it featured County Western music. It closed July 31, 1964 and became a furniture store. It has since been demolished and the site is now a parking lot.
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