Winter Film Series: The Hudson's Building

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Detroit Historical Museum says
This 1997 film chronicles the history of the legendary Hudson’s Department Store in downtown Detroit and the debate over possible demolition of the structure after its abandonment by Hudson’s in 1983. It includes historic photos, home movies, and interviews with Hudson’s employees and customers, city planners, developers and members of city council. The Metro Times called it “truly relevant and exciting documentary filmmaking.” Written and produced by Gary Glaser and Dave Toorongian. Directed by Gary Glaser. Narrated by David Dixon.

Shown at the Detroit Historical Museum. Running time: 45 minutes. Admission is FREE.
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By: Detroit Historical Museum

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