Roxy Theatre

24 North Maine Avenue,
Choteau, MT 59422

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The Streamline Moderne style Roxy Theatre is still in operation today, under independent ownership. The theatre originally opened in 1946. It features movies and live performances, including live theatrical presentations. The Roxy Theatre is most notable for its beautiful and colorful neon-lit marquee

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ERD
ERD on March 25, 2006 at 6:13 am

Hope more members will send in information about this interesting theatre.

thetruthwillcomeout
thetruthwillcomeout on May 19, 2012 at 1:19 pm

its sad the owners of this place are now trying to blackmale the community by saying if they do not have $60,000 donated by the public (a private for profit business) they will be forced to shut down. the reason being that they owners have never switched the projection equipment to digital and starting in 2013 they will be unable to get film because it will all be digital (something any business owner would foreseen) the current business owners have had offers from business owners with the funds to install the new equiptment but the for profit owners will not sale, they have stated that they will close before they sale. this is insane i hope the small community sees thru this sham and let capitalism go to work.

Chris1982
Chris1982 on July 24, 2014 at 5:36 am

The address on this theatre should be 24 North Main Avenue. The Roxy has made the conversion to digital projection and dolby 7.1 sound.

dickneeds111
dickneeds111 on July 24, 2014 at 3:06 pm

To Thetruth. Ouit crying. This digital thing is happening all over the country. All these small town theatres re having fund raisers so they can stay open. The movie dist. are screwing the theatres. It cost approx $50-$75 thousand to go digital for each screen. Only the big chains can afford this. Even some of them with up to 10-more screens are closing. Be thankful that your small theatre has converted and is able to stay open. My small town theatre has 2 screens and a small population. The owner has another 2 screener and a five screener. He has been able to convert all. It is the movie makers and Dists that caused this.

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