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Street view still shows it intact.
Now the Nagasaki Restaurant. Serving Japanese, Sushi, and Thai Food
The Regent is the same theater that was originally the Hibbard Opera House from 1908 to 1920.
Closed in 1956 and has since been demolished.
Was this theatre known by any other name other than the State?
Demolished, now a parking lot. Fred Patterson built the theatre in 1916 for an estimated $10,000.
Joe Caterina bought it in the early 60s, and renamed it Studio South. It was managed by his daughter Virginia and son-in-law Bill Jenkins Newspaperarchive. com has many issues of the Adrian Daily Telegram from 1975 and 1976 with ads for the Studio South I and Studio South II, so the theater was twinned in 1975 or earlier., who also ran the Sky Drive-In Theater in Adrian. So the last name for this theatre was the Studio South I and Studio South II
The last post on their Facebook was in January announcing the opening of the Coffee House in the lobby. Not showing movies.
It would be interesting to know how and why it got the Club Soda name..
Nothing there to even indicate there was ever a Cinema there.
If the theatre was on 4th east of Boston, the theatre was demolished.
The Lindberg 8 was demolished some years ago.
Mousefelix, The Peerless was always the Peerless. The New Shenandoah became the Apache.
From the Carmike website: The Carmike 15 is a leading entertainment, digital cinema and motion picture complex with 15 screens to include 3D capability. We have a relaxed friendly environment for guests to come and watch a movie with brand new seats and state of the art projection and sound with all the available 3D films. We offer a variety of hot food combos such as Chicken Tenders and seasoned Curly fries, Mozzarella sticks, White Castle sliders, & plump hot dogs brought right to your seat with first class customer service.
From the heatres website: Birchwood Cinemas 10 is a beautifully renovated venue which features luxury, plush electric recliners and coming in the near future, reserved seating. The theatre features an updated, upscale lobby with multiple concession areas featuring self-serve Coca-Cola Freestyle drink centers that pour more than 100 customized fountain drink varieties. Hot foods are also available including hot dogs, pretzels, pizza, mozzarella sticks, chicken tenders, curly fries, White Castle burgers and nachos. In addition, cotton candy and caramel popcorn are available. Cinemagoers will also enjoy one-stop ticketing, an amenity at Carmike locations that allows patrons to escape the elements while facilitating ticket and concessions purchases from the same, fast-moving indoor line.
Photo of the current building added to photos.
According to their telephone they are open showing current attractions.
Roger Katz, evidently it’s still open according to their website with current attractions.
From the looks of cassies' I don’t think there is a decent seat left in the theatre.
Thanks Don, it has been removed.
Don, it was in taken from the Motion Picture Yearbook.
This theatre should be listed as closed
Last owned by Westates Theares. In the address it should be North Main St.
In 1925 there was a Liberty Theatre listed for Cross plains with the same seating listed, could the Plains have been one in the same? It was located on Main street also.