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Movie Theaters >> Ishpeming Theatre


Address: 356 Cleveland Avenue
City: Ishpeming State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Marquette
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Open: 1945   Capacity: 857+  
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Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 12279
 
 

8/30/2013 - Allen Larson
I was raised in the UP and enjoyed looking at the older theaters in Marquette County. I have to tell you, you missed one. In Ishpeming besides the Butler theater, there was also the Ishpeming theater which operated at least into the middle 60s. I Went into the Navy in 62 and know that it was still in business at that time. The part that I find so interesting, is the size listed for these show houses. They seemed so big to a kid from Negaunee when I was young and now I see just how small they were. I spent many Saturday afternoons at the Vista in Negaunee, watching a double feature, the world news, previews, and 3 colored cartoons. Now and then my Mother would drive us to Ishpeming to the Ishpeming theater for something different. Ah the memories of a wild youth.
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