Stockton Theatre

East Street,
Stockton, MO 65785

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1959 photo credit Blackhawk Barber.

The Stockton Theatre was listed as open in 1932. It was relocated in 1937 to a building on the Stockton square. The theatre seated 250 and was still listed as open in the late-1950’s. It was destroyed by fire on March 12, 1962. The remains of the theatre have since been demolished.

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DavidZornig on February 7, 2020 at 6:12 pm

Originally opened in a basement at another location in 1933. Reopened at the East Street location in 1937. Advertised as “Cave Cooled” drawing air from Stockton’s famous underground caverns. Burned down on March 12, 1962. Article and other images added to gallery, courtesy Blackhawk Barber whose grandmother Maxine Spencer was operating the Stockton Theatre at the time.

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