Rivoli Theatre

Crane, OR 97732

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The Rivoli Theatre was housed in what was formerly a dry goods store in downtown Crane. It opened in 1931. It was destroyed, along with the rest of the the downtown district, by a fire in 1938 and never rebuilt.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 7, 2022 at 11:27 pm

The earliest appearance of Crane in the FDY is the in 1931 edition, which lists a Crane Theatre, with no seating capacity given. The 1932 edition lists the 200-seat Rivoli.

The January 25, 1919 issue of Film Daily said that a W. S. Weittenhiller was building a picture theater at Crane, but if that house did open it must have been closed by 1926.

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