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Sun, Jun 23


Bob Hope Fox Theatre


Get ready to bounce into a world of chaos and comedy with "Flubber." Join Professor Philip Brainard, portrayed by the incomparable Robin Williams, as he unleashes a mischievous green blob with a mind of its own. Brace yourself for a wild ride filled with laughter, love, and endless surprises!


Time & Location

Jun 23, 2024, 1:00 PM

Bob Hope Fox Theatre, 242 E Main St, Stockton, CA 95202, USA

About the event

Prepare for a scientific marvel like no other! In "Flubber," witness the genius of Professor Philip Brainard, portrayed by the legendary Robin Williams, as he stumbles upon an extraordinary invention: a bouncing, flying, sentient blob of green goo known as "flubber." With chaos on the horizon and hilarity in abundance, join Brainard and his quirky creations on a whirlwind adventure filled with laughter, love, and the boundless wonder of flubber! As Brainard's pursuit of groundbreaking energy solutions intertwines with his romantic endeavors, buckle up for a rollercoaster of emotions as unpredictable as the mischievous flubber itself.

Doors open at 1:00 PM 

  • Dave Moreno plays a live concert at the “Mighty” Morton Organ at 1:30 PM
  • Movie announced at 2 PM

We offer complimentary drinks and snacks, and a tour of the theatre after the film. Donations are greatly appreciated.

Ticket prices are $12 for Adults & $6 for Children age 12 & under at the door. Cash and credit card are acceptable forms of payment.

Tickets purchased online will be priced lower but will incur additional processing and facility fees.

The Bob Hope Fox Theatre features:

  • 2,042 refurbished red velvet seats
  • State-of-the-art sound
  • Expanded restroom facilities and concessions

Did You Know?

  • The Bob Hope Fox Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • A marble mosaic floor encompasses 1,200 square feet in the center of the lobby. The marble was imported from Italy and the mosaic was designed by a Canadian artist.
  • The Friends of the Fox acquired and restored the 1928 Robert Morton theater organ that is played before every film. Before being brought to Stockton, the organ was last played in the Seattle Fox Theatre over 40 years ago.
  • The Friends of the Fox is a volunteer, non-profit organization that has been instrumental in preserving the theatre.

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