Southtown Theater - Lansing MI

Address: 2316 S Cedar St
City: Lansing
State: MI
Zip: 48910
County: Ingham
Open: 1940
Capacity:
Owner History: Butterfield Theatres
Theater Type: Neighborhood House
Number of visits to this page: 11341
General Information:

The Southtown Theatre was opened October 24, 1940 with Loretta Young in “He Stayed for Breakfast”. It was operated by Butterfield Theaters chain. It was closed on April 1, 1956 with Scott Brady in “The Vanishing American” & Aldo Ray in “Three Stripes in the Sun”. It has since been demolished.

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Info Updates:
12/18/2003 - Box Office Magazine
October 1959 - The Southtown at Lansing, formerButterfield house, is being dismantled.
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Southtown Theater - FROM LANSING STATE JOURNAL
FROM LANSING STATE JOURNAL
Southtown Theater - 1940-10-23-SOUTHTOWN-NEIGHBORHOOD THEATER IS ATTRACTIVE-OPENS THURSDAY-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
1940-10-23-SOUTHTOWN-NEIGHBORHOOD THEATER IS ATTRACTIVE-OPENS THURSDAY-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
Southtown Theater - 1940-10-24-SOUTHTOWN-OPENS DOORS TO PUBLIC-NEW BUTTERFIELD THEATER-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
1940-10-24-SOUTHTOWN-OPENS DOORS TO PUBLIC-NEW BUTTERFIELD THEATER-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
Southtown Theater - 1940-10-24-SOUTHTOWN-VIEWS OF NEW THEATER OPENING-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
1940-10-24-SOUTHTOWN-VIEWS OF NEW THEATER OPENING-FROM TIMOTHY BOWMAN
Southtown Theater - SOUTHSIDE OPENING 5-28-87 FROM RON GROSS
SOUTHSIDE OPENING 5-28-87 FROM RON GROSS
Southtown Theater - AD FROM AUG 16 1952
AD FROM AUG 16 1952
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