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Mundy Township is in southern Genesee County.
This drive in, built by Michael Redstone, was the beginning of what would become National Amusements.
Actually, the post-1950 Palace Theatre photo is at View link and the pre-1950 photo is at View link
This drive in is mentioned in my article in The Uncommon Sense at View link
Hi, Patsy. I’m curious if you wrote the letter which got published in The Uncommon Sense at View link
about the Capitol Theatre.
You’re welcome, Patsy. I wrote on article on this theater which you can read at View link
Check out View link and note the animated picture of the Capitol Theatre’s repaired marquee.
I recall a news report when the old Paramount vertical sign was taken down so that it could be used as the basis for the replacement Portland vertical sign, the Paramount sign was so heavy that it caused damage to the sign company’s crane.
The Archives of Ontario has a page about the theatre which you can read at View link
That page mentions that the architect of this theatre was Mandel Sprachman.
The Cinema Treasures link to the Temple Theatre in Saginaw MI is at /theaters/1692/ and the official Temple Theatre web site is at http://www.templetheatre.com
The original operator of the Capitol Theatre in Owosso MI was W.S. Butterfield Theatres which ran it until it closed in 1985.
Plenty of pix of the Crest DI in Okemos MI are found at View link
You can see pix of the restoration of the Fox Oakland’s marquee and vertical sign at http://www.wagnersign.com/fox.html
You can see the restoration of the Fox Oakland’s marquee and vertical sign at http://www.wagnersign.com/fox.html
Today it’s a Deja Vu adults only nightclub.
All I could find right now for Temple Theatre info is their phone number which is 989-754-SHOW.
I have yet to find a web site or E-mail address for the Temple Theatre, but their phone number is 989-754-SHOW.