Highland Cinema

3022 45th Street,
Highland, IN 46322

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Jerry with Model

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The Jerry Lewis Cinema was opened March 10, 1972 with Jean-Claude Killy in “Snowjob”. By the end of 1972 it had been renamed Highland Cinema. I remember going to this cinema when I was young. The last movie I recall seeing there was “Jaws”. It has since been renovated into office space for local business.

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bbfarmer
bbfarmer on February 4, 2013 at 12:46 am

This street view is of the vacant lot where the theater used to be. The Discount Liquors, visible if you pan to the right (West) used to be a mom and pop restaurant that had a sign on the side of the building advertising frog legs!

Lowrider
Lowrider on August 19, 2013 at 11:55 pm

The empty lot was always there. Pan to the LEFT to see the building that was once the Jerry Lewis Cinema.

D_Randolph1961
D_Randolph1961 on December 7, 2013 at 10:01 am

I grew up going to this theatre, I actually worked there in 1973-1974, with the late Harold Wolf, who was the manager and projectionist. Harold was the best man. I was the 12-13 yr old usher who every Thursday night changed the marquee out in the parking lot. This was also the first theatre to run all 5 Planet of the Apes movies in one night, sold 500 tickets to a 350 seat theatre. After the Jerry Lewis chain went belly-up the theatre was re-named “The Highland Cinema”

rivest266
rivest266 on July 24, 2017 at 4:16 pm

This opened on March 10th, 1972 as Jerry Lewis Cinema and became the Highland by the end of the year. Grand opening ad in the photo section.

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