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Hills Theatre


Address: 416 Main St
City: Rochester State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Oakland
Notes:
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Open: Closed: Capacity: 750  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 6781
 
 

12/26/2011 - Pamela (Carlton) Myers
My dad was a projectionist in the 60s at Hills Theater, we would go to the movies and sit way in the back so he couldn't see us. Those were the good days.
10/24/2011 - Nancy Boughner
I worked the candy counter at the Hills Theater in the late 1950's, until I graduated from high school. It was a great job for a kid. May of my school friends also worked there. I have happy memories of the theater.

5/6/2007 - Kathy Deesen Florcruz
Although dissapointed that they turned this neat old theater into a mini-mall, when they put in the new inside doors, they were crafted by my brother,Kenneth Deesen in etched glass. But the outside sure doesnt have the charm the old theaters had with the colored running lights & neon, thats for sure. But I sure love that the Hills is on here & love this whole site. KF.
Hills Theatre - FROM AMERICAN CLASSIC IMAGES
FROM AMERICAN CLASSIC IMAGES
Hills Theatre - OLD PHOTO
OLD PHOTO
Hills Theatre - RECENT PIC
RECENT PIC
Hills Theatre - OLD AD FROM JAMES
OLD AD FROM JAMES

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