Deluxe Theatre

Address: 9355 Kercheval
City: Detroit
State: MI
Zip:
County: Wayne
Notes:
Open: 1918
Capacity:
Owner History: Unknown
Number of visits to this page: 2179
Info Updates:
5/10/2009 - Lisa Grayson
From Box Office - 4 Jan 1947: "DETROIT... Adrian D. Rosen visited with Boyd Benter [? or Senter], famed orchestra leader who headlined at the Madison during his college fraternity days. Now Boyd came over to play New Year's at Rosen's De Luxe."
5/10/2009 - Lisa Grayson
From Box Office - 17 Jul 1943 issue, story "Exhibitors Interested in Importance of Upkeep": "DETROIT: Work on revamping of theatre equipment, necessary replacements, and general modernization is being kept up as indicated by a report on jobs in progress from Robert J. Mork, head of Mork-Green Studios. The company has eight jobs underway in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. These include: ... De Luxe, Detroit, renovation of draperies, for Adrian D. Rosen."
1/11/2004 - Cinema Treasures
Located in the Indian Village neighborhood, the Deluxe was a decent-sized neighborhood house, seating almost 1500. Opened in 1918, it was designed by B. C. Wetzell, who designed a number of Detroit-area movie houses, including the Highland Park in the suburb of the same name. The Deluxe closed in 1958, and has since been demolished.
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Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
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