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Courtesy of ken mc comes this 1921 newpaper display ad for the Orpheum Theatre-
This link has further information on the Electric Palace Theatre,
Very sad, and shabby!
This link has information regarding the Cameragraph – – -
Yes, this is a duplicate listing.
Judging from that old newpaper page, Muskogee also had an Orpheum and Palace (must have been Paramount/Reel Art controlled)
For a sharp vintage photo, go to this link and type in “Arrow Theatre” –
Here is a quick shortcut to above mentioned link-
Here is another fine example of 1950s beefcake footage often shown at this adult cinema,
This link has modern photos of the Sundown Drive-In property.
A downtown mural now dipicts what the ozoner once looked like.
This links showss that nothing remains of the former Rig Drive-In Theatre.
Property is once again a ranch.
As seen on this link, nature has reclaimed the Woodstock Drive-In property,
According to images of overgrowth shown here the Enid Drive-In must have closed down long ago,
This link has end of the Trail photos,
This link has recent shots of the thriving Beacon Drive-In,
This link proves that nothing remains of the former Derrick Drive-In Theatre,
Look at this link for modern photos of the former Hillcrest Drive-In Theatre,
Modern snapshots of the Cinema 69 Drive-In can be viewed on this link,
Mdoern shots of the former Streamline styled Bi-State Drive-In Theatre can be seen on this link,
Modern shots of the former Rancho Drive-In Theatre can be seen on this link,
Modern images of the former Airline Drive-In can be found on this link. Property now useed for ranchland.
This link labels this as Lakeside, but these are actually images of the once lovely Lake Air Drive-In, OKC.
This lind shows the ruins of the former Riviera Drive-In,
The old Skyview Drive-In has returned to wilderness country,
This link shows that the old Winchester Drive-In is getting a little rusty these days,
On this link recent snapshots show a windswept Skyview Drive-In,