Robinhood Theatre

215 Washington Avenue,
Grand Haven, MI 49417

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ROBINHOOD Theatre; Grand Haven, Michigan.

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The Robinhood Theatre, which opened in 1916 at Washington Avenue near Second Street in downtown Grand Haven, operated as a movie house at least into the 1950’s.

It was demolished in 1970. Today there is a coffee house at the address.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on January 5, 2010 at 3:28 am

The May 25, 1970, issue of Boxoffice reported that the former Robinhood Theatre was being razed to make way for a small, decorative mall, part of a beautification project in downtown Grand Haven.

A death notice in Boxoffice of November 11, 1950, datelined Grand Haven, says this: “Charles L. Davis, 62, owner and operator of the Airdome and Vaudette, first motion picture houses here, died here recently. After selling his theatres, he managed the Grand and Robin Hood theatres for Mrs. Margaret Vandenberg.”

Mrs. Vanden Berg (as her name was given in most Boxoffice items about her) also had a theater called the Crescent at Grand Haven, opened in 1925 and closed in 1939. A Mrs. Cora Vanden Berg, former owner of the Crescent Theatre, died at Grand Haven in 1944. I don’t know if Cora and Margaret were the same person or were perhaps sisters-in-law.

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