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Imlay City Cinemas


Address: 543 N Cedar St
City: Imlay City State: MI Zip: Unknown Phone: (810) 724-6577  
County: Lapeer
Notes: AKA Cinema III Theater
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Open: Closed: Capacity:  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 1707
 
 

4/10/2010 - Owner
The Imlay City Cinemas have re-opened as of Jan 2008 under new ownership, and are fully functional. We run first run movies on 3 screens, and have a great selection of fresh concession items. The building has been refurbished and the projection and sound equipment have been upgraded. Come and visit a great neighborhood theater and enjoy smiling faces that are glad to see you!Movie Line (810) 724-0348. www.

imlaycitycinemas. com.
4/7/2009 - Remo
The newly reopened (as of Jan ''09) Imlay City Cinemas is once again operational. New owners have renovated and improved the facility, projection and sound equipment, and concession area. The business concentrates on 1st run current releases in a family based 3 screen environment. The new movie line phone number is (810) 724-0348, and their web site is www. imlaycitycinemas.

com.
8/19/2008 - Scott Biggs
We drove past this theater last night on the way out to the Hi-Way Drive-In Theater, and noticed that the marquee was blank and that the theater has closed. Upon researching this online I found out that this theater went dark sometime during early October of 2007, according to an article dated 10/11/07 at: http://viewnewspapers. net/moxie/news/cinema-iii-goes-dark. shtml. There is also real estate listing it as for sale at this link:http://www.

century21town-country. com/property/property. asp?PRM_MlsNumber=28084470&PRM_MLSName=DetroitMIBest regards,Scott Biggs.
2/7/2005 - Fred
Cinema II was open in 1980, this was a very exciting addition to Imalay City as the Deluxe had Closed in 1959. I am pretty sure most of the town went opening weekend. The first Movie I saw there was Any Which Way You Can with Clint Eastwood.
Imlay City Cinemas - MAIN ENTRANCE
MAIN ENTRANCE
Imlay City Cinemas - MARQUEE
MARQUEE
Imlay City Cinemas - OLD PROJECTOR
OLD PROJECTOR

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