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Movie Theaters >> Linden Theatre


Address: 122 S Bridge
City: Linden State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Genesee
Notes: The Linden was located on the corner of Linden and South Bridge. Seating was 316. It had a short life as a theatre, opening in 1946 and closing in 1957.
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Open: 1946   Capacity: 316  
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Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 10412
 
 

10/8/2016 - N. R. Tate
According to the website CinemaTreasures, the Linden Theater had a capacity of 316 seats.
1/8/2014 - dwcart
Al Sears built this theater after his discharge from the army air corp in world war 2. He ran it until around 1955,by then tv was killing business. The silver drive-in was running at this time because people were still seeing movies at the drive-in. The door on the left side of the theater in the old picture was a small lunch counter he ran for added income.
12/10/2007 - Charlene
I remember this theater when I was a kid. We were taken there in elementary school at Christmas time to see a movie and we would get free popcorn and candy. That was really something for us kids back in those days.
Linden Theatre - SUMMER 2020
SUMMER 2020
Linden Theatre - SUMMER 2020
SUMMER 2020
Linden Theatre - OLD PHOTO FROM JACK MILLER
OLD PHOTO FROM JACK MILLER
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