Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives

[Inside the Grand Theater at Mill Street and Old Route 13]

Item

Dublin Core

Identifier

7.13a.014

Description

People standing, some with hands over their heart. The National Anthem was probably being played. Before 1927, the theater was called The Forest Theater. In 1928, "The Jazz Singer" (credited with being the first talking movie) was the first movie shown in the newly named theater. In 1959, well-known Broadway stars performed in the Bristol Playhouse, as it was then being called.

Date

circa 1941-1945

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Citation

“[Inside the Grand Theater at Mill Street and Old Route 13],” Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives, accessed April 18, 2024, https://archive.grundylibrary.org/items/show/1809.