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Movie Theaters >> Evart Theatre


Address: 120 Main Street
City: Evart State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Osceola
Notes:
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Open:   Capacity: 430  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 12036
 
 

2/27/2004 - John McDowell
Further research indicates the Evart Theatre closed in 1963. The picture was probably taken between 1963 - 1965.
1/10/2004 - Box Office Magazine
John. B. Miller is taking the Evart Theatre at Evart, fomerly operated by William Anderson and Albert Hefferan. Carle Buermele continues to handle the booking.
12/30/2003 - John McDowell
I remember attending a movie there in the late '50s. It closed in the early '60s. The building was condemned and torn down around the late '80s to early '90s. The lot sat vacant until just a few months ago when a building was constructed on the site. Unfortunately, some of the old brick on the sidewalk was torn out at that time, and supposedly trashed.
Evart Theatre - AMAZING PHOTO FROM STEVE BELL
AMAZING PHOTO FROM STEVE BELL
Evart Theatre - OLD DOWNTOWN VIEW
OLD DOWNTOWN VIEW
Evart Theatre - OLD DOWNTOWN VIEW
OLD DOWNTOWN VIEW
Evart Theatre - OLD PHOTO
OLD PHOTO
Evart Theatre - MAY 20 1954 AD
MAY 20 1954 AD

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