Liberty Theatre

112 Main Street,
Pikeville, KY 41501

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The Liberty Theatre was open in the early-1900’s. This was an African American Theatre. It was still open in 1961.

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MichaelKilgore on June 9, 2023 at 9:43 am

Motion Picture Herald, Nov. 29, 1952: “ A new gas heating system and other extensive replacements and renovation have been completed at the Liberty theatre, in Pikeville, Ky.”

Motion Picture Herald, June 19, 1954: “The Liberty theatre at Pikeville, Ky., which has been shuttered for the past two years, again has been relighted, although the house will be open only one night per week during the summer months, it was announced by Robert Tarbeck, city manager for Elmart Theatres, which has this house and the Weddington theatre here. The town also has a drive-in theatre which recently opened for the season.”

Boxoffice, Nov. 20, 1961: “Pikeville, Ky. - The Liberty Theatre has been reopened under the new management of Salene Thomas, formerly of Charleston, W. Va., who previously had been in exhibition in Frankfort and Lexington, Ky.”

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