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Roadshttp://www.roadsideoklahoma.com/node/500 Oklahoma has a couple of modern photos of the Shilds Plaza 8. Looks as if there has been wind damaga to one corner of the cinema structure.
Here is an updated version of Roadside Oklahoma pages with both vintage and modern photos of the former Rodeo Theatre;
Roadside Oklahoma has fantastic vintage photos of the exterior & interior of the old Reno Theatre;
Roadside Oklahoma site have modern photos of the colorful Redding 4 Cinema;
Roadside Oklahoma web pages have great vintage exterior & interior shots of the Redskin Theatre;
Roadside Oklahoma web page has modern photos of the former Quail Twin Cinema. Looks like the lobby is now a bagel shop.
This is the web site mentioned above;
Modern photos of the Plaza Twin Cinema can be seen on this fine site;
WOW! That structure sure looks like an old nickelodeon. Perhaps “PIX” was a new name added to a fomer nickel movie house?
This site has limited info on the former State Theater;
Talk about an “Old West” style movie house, the Ritz was it, as these antique pictures reveal;
Vintage photos of the old Ritz Theatre can be seen on this site;
Offered on this nice site are vintage images of the Pettit Theatre;
These vintage photos show that the “economy” Art Deco makeover of the old Dixie just didn’t work;
Vintage images of the Grand Theatre can be seen here;
The “reverse” autditorium plan can clearly be seen on this site;
LIBERTY THEATRE, Holdenville, OK.
Several vintage photos of the Oklahoman Theatre can be found on this page;
OKLAHOMAN THEATRE, 315 S. Main St., Hobart, OK
A vintage view of the Palace can be found here;
Look into this site to see vintage photographs of the Morgan Theater, 1914-1956;
This site proves that only the sloped slab of the Cine 1 & 2 (nee-Blaine) remains.
Offered on these pages are also vintage views;
These modern photos would indicate that the Ortman Theatre was designed to resemble a nostaligic “Nickelodeon” theme;
Found on this site are modern photos of the Liberty Theatre;
Also, according to further information on the sane site listed above, this theatre was last known as the Pedigo Theatre,
Found here are vintage postcard and modern views of the former State Theatre (now a drugstore),
112 W. Oklahoma Ave., Guthrie, OK.
Modern images and a history on the Pollard Theatre can be found on this site;