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Hi-Pointe Theatre

1005 McCausland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63117 | Richmond Heights | 314-995-6273

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This one-screen historic St. Louis theater is located off McCausland Avenue in Richmond Heights. It's the city's oldest continuously operating theater, and features midnight movie and classic film screenings in addition to first runs, as well as a snack bar that serves concessions and beer and wine.


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This one-screen historic St. Louis theater is located off McCausland Avenue in Richmond Heights. It's the city's oldest continuously operating theater, and features midnight movie and classic film screenings in addition to first runs, as well as a snack bar that serves concessions and beer and wine.

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