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Movie Theaters >> Cass Theatre


Address: 6464 Main St
City: Cass City State: MI Zip: 48726 Phone: 989-872-2252  
County: Tuscola
Notes:

The Pastime Theatre launched here in 1926. It then added sound to remain viable. At its ten-year mark, the Thumb Theatres Circuit owned by C. Harold Shuckert gave the venue a streamline moderne makeover renaming it as the Cass Theatre in 1936. That structure was completely gutted by fire on November 29, 1939 with the structure in place.

The theatre was rebuilt using its existing walls. Bathed in blue carpeting and blue and orange seating by Irwin Seating, the theatre reopened on March 1, 1940 with walls covered in Nu-Wall wood paneling. The opening features were Jackie Cooper in “Seventeen” and Andy Devine in “Mutiny on the Blackhawk.” The grand opening marquee can be seen in the photo section. [Cinema Treasures - dallasmovietheaters]

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Open:   Capacity: 325  
Owner: Dick Hendrick
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 8349
 
 

1/28/2004 - WaterWinterWonderland
This wonderful theatre is one of the most beautiful and well-maintained downtown theatres I have ever seen. A true treasure.
Cass Theatre - SUMMER 2017
SUMMER 2017
Cass Theatre - RECENT SHOT
RECENT SHOT
Cass Theatre - RECENT SHOT
RECENT SHOT
Cass Theatre - THE GORGEOUS CASS
THE GORGEOUS CASS
Cass Theatre - 1940 PHOTO OF AUDITORIUM
1940 PHOTO OF AUDITORIUM
Cass Theatre - 1940 PHOTO OF AUDITORIUM
1940 PHOTO OF AUDITORIUM
Cass Theatre - ANOTHER ANGLE
ANOTHER ANGLE
Cass Theatre - FROM THE STREET
FROM THE STREET
Cass Theatre - CASS CITY CHRONICLE MAY 4 1923
CASS CITY CHRONICLE MAY 4 1923
Cass Theatre - MAY 4 1917 CASS CITY CHRONICLE
MAY 4 1917 CASS CITY CHRONICLE
Cass Theatre - ARTICLE ON RE-OPENING AS CASS THEATER DEC 1935
ARTICLE ON RE-OPENING AS CASS THEATER DEC 1935
Cass Theatre - AUG AROUND 1932 AD
AUG AROUND 1932 AD
Cass Theatre - MAY 4 1917 CASS CITY CHRONICLE
MAY 4 1917 CASS CITY CHRONICLE
Cass Theatre - OLD AD FROM JAMES
OLD AD FROM JAMES

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