Granada Theatre

7626 NE Glisan Street,
Portland, OR 97213

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Architects: Earl Gilbert Cash

Functions: Church

Styles: Moorish

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This is not to be confused with the Granada Theatre in The Dalles although they coexisted about the same period. The Granada Theatre was opened on August 24, 1924. It was closed in 1956 and became a church.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on May 20, 2022 at 8:35 pm

The Granada Theatre was built by real estate developer George S. Smith in 1924. It was designed in a Moorish Revival style by Portland architect Earl G. (Gilbert) Cash. Opening on August 24, 1924, the house began a 32-year run as the leading movie theater in Portland’s Montavilla district. The Granada closed in 1956, and since 1957 has been in almost continuous use as a church. The 1926 Film Daily Year Book listed the Granada with 630 seats.

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