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Montana Movie Theatres

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Anaconda:
Washoe Theatre [map]

Babcock Theatre
Billings, MT
The Babcock Theatre building goes back to 1907 when it was used for vaudeville. In 1935, the theater interior was completely gutted by fire but was immediately rebuilt. These days, the building is used for boxing matches. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. [map]

Ellen Theatre
Bozeman, MT
Empire Twin Theatre
Livingston, MT
The Ellen Theatre opened in 1919. It still features a Wurlitzer organ from 1925. The theatre closed in 2007 and is now used for live performances. In 2019, the marquee sign was removed as part of renovation. The sign and canopy were replaced with a new canopy that's closer to the original. A new readerboard was built and installed over that. The neon sign is in storage and there is hope that it will eventually be displayed in town somewhere. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

The Empire Twin Theatre was built in 1935 as the State Theatre. For more, see this website. [map]

Choteau:
Roxy Theatre: 1, 2

Conrad:
Orpheum Theatre: 1, 2

Deer Lodge:
Rialto Theatre

Forsyth:
Roxy Theatre

Harlowton:
Harlo Theatre: 1, 2

Hysham:
Yucca Theatre

Kalispell:
Liberty Theatre: 1, 2
Strand Theatre: 1, 2

Lewistown:
Judith Theatre: 1, 2

Libby:
Dome Theatre

Malta:
Palace Theatre: 1, 2
Villa Theatre: 1, 2

Miles City:
Montana Theatre: 1, 2

Missoula:
Fox Theatre: 1, 2, 3 [gone]
Wilma Theatre: 1, 2

Plentywood:
Orpheum Theatre: 1, 2

Rudyard:
Hi-Line Theatre: 1, 2

Shelby:
Roxy Theatre: 1, 2

Three Forks:
Ruby Theatre: 1, 2

Whitehall:
Star Theatre: 1, 2

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