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Movie Theaters >> Lancaster Theatre


Address: 10535 W Jefferson Ave
City: Detroit State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Wayne
Notes: AKA: Amuse U
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Open: 1912   Capacity: 1200  
Owner: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 4742
 
 

5/10/2017 - Kevin Seavitt
The Lancaster Theatre was owned by Grandfather a man by the name of Thomas Lancaster. He also owned a number of other theaters the Vest Pocket theater and maybe a few others. He retired at 40 a millionaire to a big mansion on Grosse Ille. He was my grandmother's second husband and they married later in their 50s.
4/10/2007 - David Voydanoff
If you wish email me - I have the Wurlitzer pipe organ that was installed in the Lancaster is Oct 1925
Lancaster Theatre - FROM CHARLES SHANNON
FROM CHARLES SHANNON
Lancaster Theatre - AS THE AMUSE U FROM JORDAN
AS THE AMUSE U FROM JORDAN
Lancaster Theatre - HERE SOMEWHERE
HERE SOMEWHERE
Lancaster Theatre - FROM ABOVE FROM CHARLES SHANNON
FROM ABOVE FROM CHARLES SHANNON
Lancaster Theatre - HERE SOMEWHERE
HERE SOMEWHERE

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