Savanna Times Theater
The Savanna Times Theater has been a fixture on Savanna’s Main Street since the showing of “The Wife Takes a Flyer” on July 28, 1942.
Its a comfortable twin theater with current release movies each week for adults and children. Showtimes are 7 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday nights and 2 p.m. on Sundays.
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The Times Theater was built in 1941 by James and August Marchesi of Amboy and it was run for over 22 years by the by the Savanna Theater Company, a partnership between the Marchesi bothers, Charles Miller of Chicago and Fred Swanson of Antioch.
It was sold to Robert Shrake of Savanna and Raymond Hoy of Fulton in 1963 and they re-opened the Theater on Christmas Day as 400 people attended “The Thrill of It All”.