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Movie Theaters >> Bijou Theatre


Address: 45 Michigan Ave W
City: Battle Creek State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Calhoun
Notes: Replaced the Hamblin Opera House
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Open: 1909   Capacity: 1053  
Owner: Butterfield Theatres
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 11073
 
 

7/16/2011 - Bill Dakota
I added a comment to the main page for the Bijou. I was relief manager in addition to managing the Michigan a block or two away. It was around 1960. I always wondered if any of the Butterfield theaters still existed? Battle Creek was a nice town and I have fond memories of it. I mentioned it in a book titled THE GOSSIP COLUMNIST.
10/3/2005 - Jon C.
The Bijou Theater opened in 1909. It was built on the site of the former Hamblin Opera House by Walter S. Butterfield. This theater was remodeled around 1940. The Bijou Theater was demolished in August of 1984. (Cinema Treasures)
5/11/2003 - Ian Ehrnstrom
While the photo of the Team Active building looks like it may have been a theater at one time, it was not the Bijou. The Bijou was on the other side of the street and was demolished in August of 1984.
Bijou Theatre - OLD COLOR SHOT
OLD COLOR SHOT
Bijou Theatre - OLD POSTCARD
OLD POSTCARD
Bijou Theatre - THE BIJOU CAN BE SEEN ON LEFT FROM 1962
THE BIJOU CAN BE SEEN ON LEFT FROM 1962
Bijou Theatre - MARQUEE FROM STREET
MARQUEE FROM STREET
Bijou Theatre - MARQUEE
MARQUEE
Bijou Theatre - HALLWAY
HALLWAY
Bijou Theatre - AUDITORIUM
AUDITORIUM

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