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Movie Theaters >> Dox Theatre


Address: 13325 Livernois
City: Detroit State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Wayne
Notes: AKA Studio, Astro
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Open: 1932   Capacity: 396  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 1605
 
 

3/12/2007 - Barb
This theater was built by a family named Dock. Their son, Robert, suggested the name Dox as a interesting way to spell "Dock''s." I was a close friend of their now-deceased daughter, Dorothy, but that little tidbit is all I know of the theater''s history. I''ll see if I can get in touch with Robert (who must be pushing 90 if he''s still alive) and find out more.
1/29/2004 - WaterWinterWonderland
Built in what was one of the worst years of the Great Depression, this small neighborhood house was able to stay open in one form or another until 1969.
Dox Theatre - NOW A MARKET
NOW A MARKET
Dox Theatre - NOW A MARKET
NOW A MARKET
Dox Theatre - 1969-07-04 AD
1969-07-04 AD

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