Roxy Theatre

108 S. Central Avenue,
Sidney, MT 59270

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 1, 2014 at 5:17 pm

I’ve had to reconsider the location of the Roxy. The article I cited says that the Isis was “down the street” from the Princess, and it turns out that the Princess was on N. Central Avenue, not E. Main Street. That means that the Roxy was probably next door to the south end of the bank building, in a building at 108 S. Central that was occupied by a a barber shop and a payday loan company called Cash Montana at the time the current Google street view was made.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 1, 2014 at 4:16 pm

A June 12, 2012, feature about the news of 1925 in the Sidney Herald indicated that the opening of the Isis Theatre was one of the events that took place that year.

A March 18, 2008, article about centenarian Dorothy Gall, who as a girl had played piano to accompany silent movies at both the Isis and the Princess Theatres, said that the Isis was next door to the First National Bank, which is now occupied by the Cheerio Lounge. Internet gives the lounge the address 101 E. Main St., so the Isis/Roxy must have been at 103 E. Main, now the location of 2 Blondes, a nail salon.