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Source: Greg Donahoe
The Vogue was opened by the United Detroit chain. Until the early 1970s it showed first run films on a single screen. For the last several years of its life it was showing a film series called "The Greek and Arabic Film Festival", which was the last title on the marquee. In 1979 a fire of suspicious circumstaces severely damaged the structure which was torn down and a McDonalds was built on the site. The McDonalds is currently operating. A Wendys now sits on the former Vouge parking lot.