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another article below:
Found on Newspapers.com
full-page grand opening ad from July 31st, 1951 uploaded in the photo section and below:
This is for a reopening. It opened on February 1st, 1947.
Rushing to get the Palace opened by Christmas, 1927
JohnnyC, I moved the article to the Rio (4th St.) listing. Still digging through the newly digitised newspaper archive for Odessa for more. stand by.
Article about its opening at
This opened as a single-screen drive-in called the Cactus drive-in on May 18th, 1947.
This opened on July 17th, 1946 according to the grand opening ad at
Reopened as the new Lyric theatre on January 22nd, 1936
2 screens on November 26th, 1986. No special grand opening ad found.
Grand opening ad in the photo section in Color!
This opened on December 8th, 1989. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
3 screens on November 14th, 1984. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Reopened as a twin cinema called the Lyric Show-Place 1 & 2 on June 14th, 1974. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
This opened on November 14th, 1973. The full-page grand opening ad can be seen below at:
as well as the photo section.
This opened on June 3rd, 1948.
The Grand opening ad below at:
also in the photo section.
This opened on June 28th, 1938. Grand opening ad in the photo section and below
This reopened as Liberty on May 5th, 1934. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Closed as Hippodrome on April 29th, 1934 according to this:
Reopened on March 23rd, 2012 as Centre Cinemas.
ad in photo section.
Expansions – splitting: 2 – December 14th, 1973, 4 – November 14th, 1980, 7 – August 29th, 1996. 1973 and 1980 grand opening ads in the photo section.
Became Cinema Ohio on December 5th, 1969.Article:
This opened as the Southland Cinema on April 15th, 1970 by Cinecom Theatres with 624 seats in one screen.