Lincoln Theatre - Flint MI

Address: 3618 Fenton Rd
City: Flint
State: MI
Zip: 48507
County: Genesee
Open: 1913
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Owner History:
Theater Type: Neighborhood House
Number of visits to this page: 3684
General Information:

Located in the south end of Flint. The Lincoln Theatre was opened on March 14, 1928 with Hobart Bosworth in “The Blood Ship”. It closed in 1957. It was owned by a husband & wife team Mr. & Mrs. Owen Todd. The building still stands in 2021 in use as a sports clothing store.

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Info Updates:
7/23/2020 - Jerald L Ware
When the theater closed, it became,Van's 5 and 10. Later it became Cuthbertson's.
3/30/2012 - Ken wright
Wow!, brings back good memories. I was there every Saturday in the 40's. Would like to see more pictures of that area. And also looking for a good picture of the Original Coney island on Saginaw street, near the Rialto theatre.
1/16/2012 - John F Daily
I was a frequent patron of Lincoln Theatre every Saturday in the 50's as a kid. We used to watch all of the weekly serials plus a feature. It seems like we paid 13 cents each Saturday. Yes, Mr Todd was the owner & he lived over off Miller Rd.
11/16/2004 - Frank A. Phillips
Was owned by Owen Todd. I went there as a kid in the 40s. Exactly when it closed I dont know. I believe Mr. Todd is deceased.
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Lincoln Theatre - Photo from early 2000's
Photo from early 2000's
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