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Movie Theaters >> Washington Theatre


Address: 210 W Grand River
City: Brighton State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Livingston
Notes:

This theater, operated by Schulte, started out as the Washington in the mid to late 20s. By 1941 it was remodeled and the name was changed to the Grand. It opened, closed, changed hands over the years until going defunct probably by the 1950's.

There was another old theatre in Brighton called the Rialto which was a separate house as the 1931 article indicates. It also went under before the modern era. Downtown Brighton has been drastically altered over time so there are no traces left of these old theaters although the Stillwater Grill is the general area of where the Grand once stood.

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Washington Theatre - COURTESY AL JOHNSON
COURTESY AL JOHNSON
Washington Theatre - FROM BRIGHTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
FROM BRIGHTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Washington Theatre - OLD AD
OLD AD
Washington Theatre - OLD ARTICLE
OLD ARTICLE
Washington Theatre - OLD AD
OLD AD
Washington Theatre - LIVINGSTON COUNTY DAILY PRESS AND ARGUS WED  NOV 6  1946
LIVINGSTON COUNTY DAILY PRESS AND ARGUS WED NOV 6 1946
Washington Theatre - MAY 16, 1928
MAY 16, 1928
Washington Theatre - 25 MAR 1931 PROVING RIALTO AND WASHINGTON WERE SEPARATE
25 MAR 1931 PROVING RIALTO AND WASHINGTON WERE SEPARATE
Washington Theatre - 25 MAR 1931
25 MAR 1931
Washington Theatre - 07 AUG 1957 AD
07 AUG 1957 AD
Washington Theatre - 13 NOV 1946
13 NOV 1946
Washington Theatre - 16 AUGUST 1934 AD
16 AUGUST 1934 AD
Washington Theatre - 24 APRIL 1941 ARTICLE
24 APRIL 1941 ARTICLE
Washington Theatre - APR 23, 1930
APR 23, 1930
Washington Theatre - APR 4 1928 AD
APR 4 1928 AD
Washington Theatre - JUL 1, 1953
JUL 1, 1953
Washington Theatre - JUN 14, 1933
JUN 14, 1933
Washington Theatre - JUN 2, 1965
JUN 2, 1965
Washington Theatre - MAR 21, 1928
MAR 21, 1928
Washington Theatre - MAY 30, 1928
MAY 30, 1928

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