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Source: Cinema Treasures
This mid-sized Art Deco-style neighborhood movie house could seat over 1440. It was designed by Arthur K. Hyde, his only Detroit-area commission, and opened in 1935. The Tower closed in 1964, and was demolished in the late 70s.