Merry Land Theatre

140 E. Main Street,
Addison, MI 49220

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The Merry Land Theatre was located in downtown Addison, Michigan and stuck with silent films from its launch into 1933, closing for nearly a year when new silent film product became challenging to find. The theatre opened and closed during the Depression at least three times making the transition to sound.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on March 3, 2018 at 2:59 pm

A survey of Addison’s businesses published in 1935 (PDF here; page two, first column, paragraph six concerns the theater) indicates that the Merry Land Theatre was in the building next door to the old filling station that is still on the northeast corner of Main and Steer Streets. The narrow, free-standing theater building is also still there, though its ground floor door and windows are boarded up.

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