Vista Theatre

109 N. Allen Street,
Centralia, MO 65240

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The Vista Theatre opened on May 5, 1933 with Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy in “Pack Up Your Troubles”. The theatre seated 350 and was closed in 1960. The brick building with its distinctive stone arch still stood in April 2023 (use unknown).

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50sSNIPES on February 9, 2024 at 1:03 pm

The Vista Theatre opened its doors on May 5, 1933 with Laurel and Hardy in “Pack Up Your Troubles” along with a few unknown short subjects (one of which is an unknown technicolor musical short as listed) featuring sound installations of Western Electric. It was operated by E.F. Bebermeyer of Warrenton who also operated most theaters across Centralia, and the Vista name was named after a Spanish term for view.

The Vista Theatre closed in 1960.

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