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1927 built Granada Theatre in Ontario
Date: 4/11/2009 Album ID: 729879
Photos by Will Lester
(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
ON11-GRANADA-24-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) Mr. Spats, also known as Kurt Berntsen, 16 from Ontario, stands on the steps leading to the stage at the Granada Theatre in Ontario.  David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-23-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) The last movie to play at the Granada Theatre, Friday the 13th, Part 7, sits gathering dust as it remains on its reel in the old projection room. David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-20-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) Old letters and numbers for the Granada Theatre's marquee sit in a box. David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-18-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) An old elevator remains in use at the Granada Theatre. David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films and stage shows.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-15-WL (Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-14-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, stands in the balcony amongst some of the approximately 100 original seats that are left in the theatre. Perez hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films and stage shows.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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ON11-GRANADA-09-WL(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, pulls ropes to raise and lower the movie screen at the theatre. Perez hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films and stage shows.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) David Perez, the manager of the Granada Theatre in Ontario, hopes to make the 1927 built theatre an inexpensive place for families to come to watch old films.
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