Silver Screen Cinema
111 S. Randolph Street,
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Architects: E.J. Frederic
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Gala Theatre
The Silver Screen Cinema was one of the last few remaining single screen theaters in Indiana. It was built around 1939 and opened as the Gala Theatre around October 1939. It was operated like an old fashioned theatre. In 1981 it was renamed Silver Screen Cinema and cccording to the owner Bruce Babbitt, “we don’t take credit or debit cards, and we don’t sell tickets on the Internet. It’s still the old-fashioned first-come-first-serve. We keep it simple. One of the ways we remain competitive is not getting involved in credit card machines”. The Silver Screen Cinema shows first run movies. Prices are $4.50 for adults, $3.50 for children 11 and under, matinees all seats $3.00".
The Silver Screen Cinema was closed in the summer of 2012.
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