Strand Theatre

101 S. State Street,
Caro, MI 48723

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Strand Theatre, Caro, MI

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This small but charming single-screen movie house shows first-run films. Originally opened in the late-1920’s, the Strand Theatre has been remodeled over the years, most recently in 1994. It features a beautifully intact Art Deco style facade and marquee illuminated by neon and lightbulbs.

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Patsy
Patsy on January 13, 2005 at 4:10 pm

This one in Popcorn Palaces on page 83 is most like my hometown theatre as it sits on a corner and not between store fronts..the big difference is that this one is still open and was remodeled!

Patsy
Patsy on February 6, 2011 at 4:31 pm

So nice to find this art deco theatre with its beautiful art deco style facade intact and its original marquee with illuminated neon and lightbulbs. I applaud the folks of Caro for keeping their little town theatre looking great after all of these years!

SchineHistorian
SchineHistorian on March 26, 2011 at 4:49 am

Theatre Historical Society will be visiting this theater during our 2011 Conclave – “The Michigan Roads Less Traveled” June 21-25. See the website for details www.historictheatres.org

Patsy
Patsy on March 26, 2011 at 8:53 am

Great news as this art deco is a “cinema treasure”!

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 31, 2012 at 12:56 pm

The July 15, 1929, issue of The Film Daily said that the Strand Theatre in Caro had been sold to John E. Handy by E. J. Chapman.

There were a couple of other Chapmans associated with the theater business in Caro. The September 24, 1918, issue of Michigan Film Review mentioned a C. Chapman associated with the Temple Theatre at Caro, and another item in the same issue mentioned a Paul Chapman of Caro.

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