Damm Theatre

117 N. Buckeye Street,
Osgood, IN 47037

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AndrewBarrett on October 4, 2014 at 9:56 pm

Nice-looking theatre! What happened to the Wurlitzer orchestrion that was in the dance hall adjoining this theatre?

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Mike Rogers on July 20, 2010 at 1:40 pm

How many times did you say,“I am going to the Damn Theatre to finish those reports my box office girl didn’t do!”

TLSLOEWS on July 19, 2010 at 4:14 pm

Nice Damm Marquee,no pun intended.

dmrayner2009 on January 8, 2009 at 9:55 am

The Damm Theatre restoration has been completed and re-opened December 29 2008 with their first movie presentation. The new DAMM Theatre website is at:


Come see us at the Damm Theatre!

tomdelay on July 27, 2008 at 8:46 pm

Here is a website showing various stages of the gutting of the original Damm Theatre and its replacement with a modern, non-historic interior.


tomdelay on July 27, 2008 at 8:44 pm

The original circa 1914 Damm Theatre and Bakery were across the street from the present Damm Theatre where a mini-park now sits. The present Damm Theatre was originally called the Columbia and was purchased by the Damms when they closed their early theatre.

Never heard of the Damm Good Pizza Parlor, but it must have come along a long time after the original Louis and Viola Damm ran the new Damm/Columbia Theatre.

The entirely new interior of the Damm today has nothing of the original interior. The exterior is largely as it was with a magnifcently restored marquee.

hanksykes on January 14, 2007 at 9:54 am

Also run by that Bavarian family next to their theater was the Damm Bakery and the Damm Good Pizza Parlor.

cheerfulheart on April 5, 2004 at 3:58 pm

Another article can be found here: View link

cheerfulheart on April 5, 2004 at 3:52 pm

There is a nice article and picture available at the following website. View link

tomdelay on October 3, 2002 at 10:47 pm

In the tome above, I made it sound as if the Wurlitzer organ was removed in 1989. Not true. The organ was removed during the early days of the depression.