Deluxe Theatre - Detroit MI

Address: 9355 Kercheval
City: Detroit
State: MI
Zip: 48214
County: Wayne
Open: 1918
Capacity: 500
Owner History:
Theater Type: Neighborhood House
Number of visits to this page: 3189
General Information:

Source: Cinema Treasures

Located in the Indian Village neighborhood, the Deluxe was a decent-sized neighborhood house, seating almost 1500. Opened in 1918, it was designed by B. C. Wetzell, who designed a number of Detroit-area movie houses, including the Highland Park in the suburb of the same name. The Deluxe closed in 1958, and has since been demolished.

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Info Updates:
5/10/2009 - Lisa Grayson
From Box Office - 4 Jan 1947: DETROIT... Adrian D. Rosen visited with Boyd Benter, famed orchestra leader who headlined at the Madison during his college fraternity days. Now Boyd came over to play New Year's at Rosen's De Luxe.
5/10/2009 - Lisa Grayson
From Box Office - 17 Jul 1943 issue, story "Exhibitors Interested in Importance of Upkeep": "DETROIT: Work on revamping of theatre equipment, necessary replacements, and general modernization is being kept up as indicated by a report on jobs in progress from Robert J. Mork, head of Mork-Green Studios. The company has eight jobs underway in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. These include: ... De Luxe, Detroit, renovation of draperies, for Adrian D. Rosen."
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Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
Deluxe Theatre - FROM ED GOLICK
FROM ED GOLICK
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