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Styles: Renaissance Revival
This neighborhood house, which opened in 1926 and could seat just over 1200 is notable for the fact that future Fox Theatre owner (and film producer, Herman Cohen, best known for “I Was A Teenage Werewolf”) got his first job here, as an usher and later, a manager in the 40s.
During the 50s and early 60s the Dexter was operated by the Detroit Consolidated Theatres chain. It closed in 1964 and has since been demolished.
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