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Status should be changed to Open.
This theatre is currently Mad Batter Food & Film, a restaurant/tavern that runs free films.
Website and Facebook page below.
1952 photo added courtesy of David Kroger.
Circa 1917 photo added credit Carolina Power and Light Photograph Collection.
2017 photo added credit Jesse DuBois.
1954 photo added courtesy of Derrick Gardner.
Another article with pics & video.
1965 photo added, credit Save the Signs Facebook page.
Double feature 8 years before it was divided.
It should be noted that a number of the photo links embedded in previous comments, now link to a generic Chinese web page.
1965 photo added courtesy of Paula Regalado.
Library Of Congress link with a 1980 photo of the closed Michigan Theater.
6/24/66-7/22/66 photo, source unknown.
1962 photo added credit Theresa Altgilbers.
1952 photo added, source unknown.
Two 2008/`09 filming of “Public Enemies” photos added, source unknown.
Also a painting called Biograph-Death Of John Dillinger by Andy Thomas added.
April 1968 photo added courtesy of Don McCauley.
1929 photo added courtesy of Patrick Gillespie.
1939 photo added, credit Gordon Sign from their archives.
The West Theatre blade sign being transported via truck.
Once source states the West was built in 1939.
1963 postcard added courtesy of John Harkins.
Circa 1959 & 2016 photos added courtesy of Les Higashi.
The Showboat Theatre opened April 26th, 1949, not 1941.
Grand opening photos in the below link.
Ran across this article from 1941.
Yesterday’s LA Curbed article about the Warner with photos.
Photo added, credit Debra Jane Seltzer via her website RoadsideArchitecture.com
Demolition photo added credit Dennis Popiela.
Description copy credit Logan Square Preservation Facebook page.
View through the front arched window of the Mars Theater (originally the Logan Square Theatre) on Milwaukee south of the Square under demolition during the Blue Line extension in 1968-1969. It’s site was most recently used as a parking lot for the Discount Mega Mall.
The building visible at the left across the street is current the home of Sparrow.