Links to the Past: Michiana History - Record Detail
Granada Theatre, South Bend, Indiana
|Image Source||Private Collection|
|Image Notes||The Granada Theater, located at 212 North Michigan Street, served South Bend, Indiana moviegoers from 1927 until it was demolished in 1971.|
|Image Date||N. A.|
Additional Information & Sources
|Historical Background||The Granada was designed in the Spanish style and could seat 2,500 people. The interior gave the illusion of an open air theater with twinkling stars overhead. Early movies were accompanied by a Wurlitzer organ.
For additional information, see the website below.
|Books & Videos|
|Newspaper Articles||St. Joseph County Public Library Local & Family History Services, Clipping File - Theater - Granada|
|Websites||Ciniwiki, Granada Theater, South Bend, IN|
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