Valley Theatre

6121 King Hill Avenue,
St. Joseph, MO 64504

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A conversion of the MacDonald factory building. Located on King Hill Avenue and Hyde Park Avenue, the Valley Theatre was opened on May 23, 1934 with Lionel Barrymore in “Stranger’s Return”. It was still open in 1938, but had closed by 1939.

The building became the Darci School of Dance.

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Tp on December 16, 2019 at 5:43 am

The address for this is 6121 King Hill opened during the 1930,s the City Directory for 1937, 1938 list the building as vacant those city directories show the street to south as Hyde Park Ave and street in front of the building as being King Hill. What I don’t know is this the 1939 city directory shows 6119 King Hill and that there is no 6121 king hill. The 6119 also shows the street to south of building be Hyde Park Ave and front street being King Hill This became Weiners department store and now is currently Darcee,s School of Dance. What happened to 6121 King Hill in 1939 city directory and why did 6119 King Hill all of sudden pop up in the 1939 city directory. Both addresses show Hyde Park ave as being to the south of this building. If Darcee,s School of dance building was built before 1939 then this building was the Valley Theater. The Grand then King was couple buildings down at 6115 King Hill

Tp on April 29, 2022 at 3:56 pm

The add that Rivest hos is correct it says location on king hill ave @ Hyde park ave the only building at that location is Darci school of dance its just street number has changed from 6121 to 6119 but this was building at timje of it being theater some people thought this was king theater but king was tore down and was use to be in middle of intersecton of kinghill @alabama

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