Do you remember going to the Movies at the Miller Hill Mall?
It began as a United Artist Theatre in 1976 and ran 1st run movies until it's demise in 2000.
Duluth News Tribune Article from February 4th, 1976
The Old Familiar Marquee along Highway 53
The Indoor Marquee and entrance, Picture taken: October 1991
The Lobby and Concession area. Picture taken in October 1991.
The Entrance to Theatre #3. Picture taken in October 1991.
The Projection Room. This Projector is for Theatre #1
Duluth Newspaper AD from June 21st, 1979
Duluth Newspaper AD from July 2nd, 1979
The End of the Road!
The Stairs to the Projection Room and Office still stand after the Theatres were gutted out. Picture taken: April 22nd, 2001
Looking towards the main entrance to the Theatre. All of the walls have been demolished. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
The Main Lobby Entrance to the Theatre. The Bathrooms and Concession area stood to the Left and have since been Demolished. Taken: April 22nd, 2001. * Note the Red wall is still there on the right. Theatre posters once hung on the wall. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
Theatre #1. You can still see where the Sound Deadening Tiles were once hung. If you went out the door to the left, you would have been in the Lobby and Concession area. Seating is all gone. This is the Theatre where the Showing of Erin Brockovich was run on the final night. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
Theatre #2 Projection room with port holes (above) and the Exit door out to the Mall parking lot. All walls have been torn down. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
One of the only recognizable signs of the Theatre. The Posters of the old stars that hung above the Concession stand area in the lobby. Theatre #1 was straight ahead. Walls have since been torn down. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
Looking towards Theatre #1. The Movie Screen once hung on the wall in front. * Hardly Recognizable. Theatre #2's wall was is where the beam is a little past the center. Taken: April 22nd, 2001
The Gutted out remains of Theatre #3. The Door on the left is the Exit door out into the Mall parking lot. Walls are all gone. Taken: April 22nd, 2001