Harlo Theater - St. Joseph MI

Address: 107 State St.
City: St. Joseph
State: MI
Zip: 49085
County: Berrien
Open: 1945
Capacity: 380+
Owner History: Butterfield Theatres
Theater Type: Small Town Movie Palace
Number of visits to this page: 1009
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General Information:

AKA Cozy

This theater opened as the Harlo by Don Harlo in 1944. He took over the Cozy and renamed it. There was other entertainment presented at the theater, such as a magic show in 1945 and the Lone Ranger making an appearance in 1947. In 1948 there was a Halloween Party for the kids. There was a small fire in 1947 but it didn't do much damage. That area has been pretty massively revamped so there is no trace of the old theater as of 2022.

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Harlo Theater - 17 JUN 1947 ARTICLE
17 JUN 1947 ARTICLE
Harlo Theater - 20 OCT 1944 ARTICLE
20 OCT 1944 ARTICLE
Harlo Theater - 20 OCT 1944 GRAND OPENING ARTICLE
20 OCT 1944 GRAND OPENING ARTICLE
Harlo Theater - DEC 23 1946 AD
DEC 23 1946 AD
Harlo Theater - MAR 13 1948 AD
MAR 13 1948 AD
Harlo Theater - MAR 2 1945 MAGIC SHOW
MAR 2 1945 MAGIC SHOW
Harlo Theater - NOV 1 1948 HALLOWEEN ARTICLE
NOV 1 1948 HALLOWEEN ARTICLE
Harlo Theater - NOV 17 1947 REPORT OF FIRE IN BOOTH
NOV 17 1947 REPORT OF FIRE IN BOOTH
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