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Movie Theaters >> Towne Theatres 4


Address: 26300 Greenfield Rd
City: Oak Park State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Oakland
Notes:
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Open: 1967   Capacity:  
Owner: Suburban Detroit Theaters
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 1822
 
 

11/27/2019 - Mark Schmeling
During the first decade of its existence, the Towne was an excellent single screen, first-run theater showing features such as Lenny, The Man Who Would Be King and Days of Heaven and a choice re-release of Giant. The Towne was a seven mile trip from my home, but well worth it.
4/19/2010 - Austin Wolfclaw
Where the Towne once stood before, an Aldi stands there today.
10/30/2006 - WaterWinterWonderland
I went to the Towne a few times in the 80's, it was a pretty non-descript place, typical of the early multi-plexes that were springing up back then.
Towne Theatres 4 - RECENT PIC
RECENT PIC
Towne Theatres 4 - 1971-02-17 AD
1971-02-17 AD

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