Cass Theatre

6464 Main Street,
Cass City, MI 48726

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The Cass Theatre is located in Cass City, on Main Street. Opened in 1940 and replacing an earlier Cass Theatre which was gutted by fire in 1939, this Art Moderne-style beauty features a terrific neon-lit triangular marquee and vertical sign, and shows first-run films in its single-screen auditorium.

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dallasmovietheaters on September 27, 2015 at 2:28 pm

The Cass Theatre operated under the Thumb Theatres Circuit at opening in 1940 and owned by C. Harold Shuckert. The original Cass Theatre burned on November 29, 1939 with the structure in place but the entire inside gutted. Bruggerman, Swain and Allen of Little Rock architected the new project. Bathed in blue carpeting and blue and orange seating by Irwin Seating, the theatre reopened in 1940 with walls covered in Nu-Wall wood paneling. The deco-themed can be seen in the photo section.

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