Roxy Twin Theatre

120 N. 2nd Street,
Hamilton, MT 59840

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Previous Names: Roxy Theatre

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Roxy Twin Theatre

The Roxy Theatre opened on July 14, 1935 with Al Jolson in “Go Into Your Dance”. It last operated as a twin as a second-run movie house. In February 2012 as a live music venue name Roxy Club, but this was a short lived venture.

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DJFlipped on October 2, 2006 at 9:47 pm

I’m the current manager of the Roxy Twin. We are now a 2nd run theater, with $3.00 tickets. Our website,, is functional and very useful.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 16, 2010 at 2:15 am

Does anyone have information on a Liberty Theatre in Hamilton? It was under construction when mentioned in the trade journal Brick and Clay Record, issue of December 13, 1921. The side walls of the new theater were being built of brick salvaged from the town’s Rivoli Hotel, which had burned two years earlier.

The Roxy’s building looks about old enough to have been the Liberty, and Hamilton is quite a small town and might never have supported two theaters. Perhaps Liberty is an aka? A theater predating the original Roxy in New York would certainly have opened with a different name.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on July 29, 2014 at 9:45 pm

CinemaTour lists five theaters in Hamilton: the Roxy and Pharaohplex, plus the Liberty Theatre and a Starlite Drive-In, neither with an address, and a Rio Theatre at 172 S. Second Street. Maybe the Liberty became the Rio. The building at that address now has 1996 on its pediment, though, so the Rio is demolished.

Chris1982 on July 30, 2014 at 11:26 pm

Joe, I don’t think the Liberty became the Roxy. The Roxy is listed as opening in 1937 and both theatres were listed as operating thru at least 1958 at the same time. The address listed for the Liberty Theatre was 127 W. Main St. The Roxy Theatre is open showing current movies, it has made conversion to digital.

dallasmovietheaters on October 20, 2018 at 4:23 am

The Roxy opened July 14, 1935 with Al Jolson in “Go Into Your Dance.” The theatre was twinned. It closed and was briefly reopened in January and February of 2012 as the Roxy Club, a live venue. It was offered for sale for $185,000 and from the real estate ads was significantly altered for its next use.

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