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Amo Theatre


Address: 3121 Grand River Ave
City: Detroit State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Wayne
Notes:
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Open: 1912 Closed: 1949 Capacity: 378  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 7682
 
 

9/15/2014 - David
Franklinschoolgirl is right. It did become a church shortly after closing. I hung at a ELM park right around the corner.
6/5/2013 - Franklinschoolgirl
This theater was possibly used as a church after it closed. I remember having a Sunday school class in the projection room. My dad took me to see Bambi at the Globe.
11/27/2009 - Kathy
Polk''s Detroit City Directory 1922 lists this theater as being at 3119 Grand River.
7/9/2007 - david a. somerville
the amo theather was located were grand river avenue met brooklyn street. I am 60 years old and i remember seeing king kong there and the movie the THING. it didn''t close until around 1955 and than we all started going to the globe show at grand river and trumbul. i lived at 3137 grand river above a sewing machine store. i sold papers (Detroit Free Press) at carl''s chop house.

1/27/2004 - WaterWinterWonderland
Smaller house that was among many along Grand River Avenue, it lasted longer than most.
Amo Theatre - HERE SOMEWHERE
HERE SOMEWHERE

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