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Built by the Montgomery Family in 1947, the Sun Theatre became a landmark to the small town of Williamston Michigan, but in passing years would start to become rundown and unused. In 1979, Russ and Carol Robitaille bought the theatre as it was abandoned and not operating. After doing some much needed renovations, the Sun reopened it to the public in February 1980. The charming one screen movie theatre became an iconic figure in the small town of Williamston, Michigan, where in 2001 was bought by Russ and Carol’s son and daughter-in-law, Dan and Lisa Robitaille.