Lake Theatre - Benton Harbor MI

Address: 194 E Main
City: Benton Harbor
State: MI
Zip: 49022
County: Berrien
Open: 1940
Capacity: 748
Owner History:
Theater Type: Neighborhood House
Number of visits to this page: 5597
General Information:

A former movie house located along the main drag in Benton Harbor. The Bijou Theatre was opened September 16, 1907. It was remodeled in 1920 to the plans of architect John Eberson. A further remodel took place in May 1938 to the plans of architect/interior designer Hans R. Teichert, and it was renamed Lake Theatre. It closed in 1964 and was demolished in 1973.

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Info Updates:
11/2/2012 - Ward
The Lake Theater is visible in this picture just to the right of the Liberty Theater. Across the street, but exactly one block away going west (also in the middle of the block) was the City Theater. Just past the third intersection going west from the Liberty and Lake was the State Theater, next door to Doc's Hiway Bar, and again, in the middle of the block, just west of Colfax on the south side of Main in Benton Harbor.
3/21/2010 - Ken Williams
There was also a theater called Lake that was locate in between the other two but on the North side of the street. I know it existed, I used to go to all three when I was a kid.
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Lake Theatre - PARADE PIC FROM VERONICA
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