Park Theatre

433 N. Park Street NE,
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

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Opened as the North Park Theatre in 1940, later became the Park Theatre with seating listed at 450. The Park Theatre was an Independent and was booked by Independent Theatre Exhibitor Services.

The Park Theatre closed in 1955. Any further information on this theatre would be appreciated.

Contributed by Chuck

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theradioman
theradioman on November 17, 2012 at 5:45 am

The Park Theatre is still there. It was never torn down and replaced with an American Legion. The American Legion is ½ block to the West of the Park Theatre. There’s a story I posted on it at www.WaterWinterWonderland.com if you care to learn more. I’m an Historian and I even use to go to the Park Theatre back in the early 50s. It’s cost then was like $.14 or $.19 for admission. Louie and Maude were the owners and were brother and sister.

They run B movies there. I saw, of course Frankenstien, The Mole People, Ed the Talking Horse, and many others.

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