Macon Cinema

29288 Highway 63 N.,
Macon, MO 63552

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Functions: Movies (First Run)

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 660.385.5550

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Macon Cinema

The Macon Cinema is located one block north of the Macon city limits on Highway 63 N. The theatre building itself is mostly done in fabricated steel. It has a large V shaped portico over the entrance with flat panel attraction boards. The exterior of the building is done in dark browns and royal blues.

The theatre has a nice sized well appointed lobby and concession area. The auditoriums are small but comfortable and color coordinated. Sound and projection is high quality for great picture performance. All in all this is a great small town theatre.

Contributed by Chuck Van Bibber

Recent comments (view all 3 comments)

tjdavison on August 8, 2009 at 2:27 pm

Macon Cinema is actually NORTH of Macon on Highway 63.

The Royal Theatre is a completely separate building downtown which is currently used as a venue for live theatre and community events.

Chris1982 on September 3, 2014 at 3:36 am

This cinema has made the conversion to digital projection with 3D capailities.

50sSNIPES on February 4, 2024 at 3:36 pm

This theater was actually relocated from another Macon Cinema judging by aerial views and newspaper articles. Unfortunately there is not a lot of information I can find about the current location, but there is some info I can find about the original location.

The original Macon Cinema opened as a single-screener in 1987 as a $1 first-run house. It was first operated by B&B and the theater was owned by the husbands and wives of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Bagby, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bills, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bagby. Macon resident Barbara Graham later joined as the manager of the theater in August 1988. The theater’s policy was updated to a $2 house in 1989.

The original Macon Cinema closed in the early-2000s when it was relocated to its current site and the theater in its current building opened its doors as a triplex around the same time.

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