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Royal Theatre


Address: 224 S Saginaw St
City: Flint State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Genesee
Notes:
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Open: 1973 Closed: 1980 Capacity:  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 1468
 
 

12/9/2010 - Jerry beggs
Back in the early 50's as I remember it was called the Rialto, on Saturdays,just like the State and the Strand,they would have two westerns and cartoons,along with a serial.
12/28/2007 - Bill Ross
OMG,wow,I remember the Royal,it was on the west side of Saginaw St. ,north of the Capitol and Palace theaters. I barely remember it because my parents used to work at a dry cleaners on Saginaw st. about a couple of miles north of the Royal. As a kid i''d go to work with them and walk downtown(in the early to mid 60''s)to go to the Palace or Capitol to see a movie or shop.

The Royal was a early adult theater,i remember lots of creeps hanging around the front. Weirdo''s,one time i walked on that side of Saginaw St. past it,got a bit scared and never walked past it again,always on the other side of it! LOL.

Royal Theatre - THE ROYAL NOW
THE ROYAL NOW

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