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Bijou 1 & 2


Address: 100 W Michigan Ave
City: Kalamazoo State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Kalamazoo
Notes: AKA: Le Bijou
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Open: Closed: Capacity:  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 3083
 
 

5/23/2009 - Andrew Thornton
My mom has told me tons of stories about this one, really wish someone would build another art house theater here in town. I appreciate the work the Kalamazoo Film Society does but its not enough. I''ll be okay soon enough though, moving to Chicago later this year.

2/15/2005 - Brad Adams
This was a small 2 screen theatre in the basement of a shopping center in downtown Kalamazoo, mainly built for art, foreign, and classic films; it showed many types of films. Rocky Horror Picture Show made a name for itself here for approx 3 years running. Closed and demolished later 80s. It was a nice small theatre and could see great foreign films, that now have to wait until they run on IFC or similar.

3/19/2003 - Michael Lueck
This was such a nice theater. In the summer they ran a childrens movie series including such titles as The Secret Garden and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. While other theaters showed common Holywood trash, the Bijou screened the GOOD films.
Bijou 1 & 2 - NOW A OFFICE BUILDING
NOW A OFFICE BUILDING

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