Briarwood Dollar Movies
2005 Photo from the Dan Martin collection
462 Briarwood Cir|
Ann Arbor MI 48103
|Record #4112 |
Opened: October 5, 1973|
Closed: June 27, 2010
Current Use: Retail
Capacity: 2107 seats|
Current Organ: none
| Also Known As: Movies at Briarwood, Village 7|
| Previously operated by: United Artists Theatres, Madstone Theaters, Teicher Theaters|
United Artists opened the first multiplex theater in Washtenaw County on October 5, 1973, with the movies "Electra Glide in Blue", "Rage" and "A Touch of Class". Originally four screens, three more were added before the theater closed.
In 2002, Madstone Theaters reopened the theater as an outlet for arthouse product. After Madstone failed as a corporation, brothers Phil and Greg Urrutia reopened the theater as the Village 7. Greg Urrutia also owned the Fox Village Theater.
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2005 photos from the Dan Martin collection.
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2004 photos from The Michigan Daily collection.
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