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Cavebabble Episode 129: John Carter Lives at the Davis Theatre


Many historic movie theaters across America are struggling to transition to digital projection, and face closure as a result. Join us for a look at the classic Davis Theatre 4, in Higginsville, Missouri. This episode features audio recorded on our trip, as well as a review of the film we watched there, John Carter. Join us! This episode is brought to you by The Smell of Wood.

Episode 129

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On the Road in Higginsville

The babblers went on the road today, in order to visit the Davis Theatre 4 in Higginsville, MO. This theater currently is one of three featured on TC Kirkham’s Save Our Screens (SOS) site. When we learned it was only two hours from home, we knew we had to take the trip. If you’ve listened to our Palaces, Drive-Ins and Multiplexes episode (#102), you’ve heard my story of the two palace-style theaters in the town I grew up in. Both were an integral part of my childhood, and any chance to visit similar venues is something I can’t miss.

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