411 W. Front Street,
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Architects: Charles Dunwoody Strong
Styles: Pueblo Moderne
The Fox Theatre opened on December 8th, 1949 with the movie “Everybody Does It”. The architect of the Fox Theatre was Charles D. Strong. The theatre was situated just outside Missoula’s main business section. It was a deluxe first run house with many special features.
The stone brick and stainless steel facade was topped by a neon-lit tower with the name “Fox” in giant neon letters. Glass doors led into a lobby carpeted in green and red with indirect lighting.
Before reaching the foyer, patrons passed through a large outer lounge where a striking metal refreshment stands were located. Illuminated animal murals were on the back walls. Decoration in the 1,050 seat auditorium had Native American theme.
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