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1970 street view on N Harvey showing Midwest in pic by Jeff Chapman added to Photo Section.
Pic of Midwest’s stage being outfitted with latest sound componet system of it’s time added to Photo Section.
Midwest Theater, Oklahoma City, Stage area near complete with latest sound system in the later 30’s.
Nice work on finding a 1949 under new management ad for the Oklahoma City Wes-Ten Theater. Should you discover the initial Grand Opening Ad in the 1945 time frame please post if possible. Thanks
Pic of Marquee and crowd in line for showing of “Unsinkable Molly Brown” uploaded in Photo Section.
I recall seeing Quicksand several moons ago and Mickey, for me, gave a excellent performance in a out of character role..He was multi talented as a actor but, best, for me, in a comedy. Would be really great if he and Judy were hitting it again somewhere up yonder ways.
Admiral Twin Drive In, Tulsa, Original structure pre fire.
Nice photo! Modern day photo with Classic’s: Theater & Car. Thanks
Uploaded Roxy pic. in photo section. Clik pic under that tab for additional details.
Uploaded Criterion Pic in photo section from 1921 era.
Photo of theater uploaded, showing Wagon Master.
Uploaded 1939 night time pic showing “Union Pacific”
Uploaded pic of Criterion playing “Honeymoon Hotel”
Uploaded Stage Pic.
Uploaded pic of Allred playing HUD.
Uploaded pic of Palace night time view with large waiting crowd for All Star Show
Upload of night time pic of Circle featuring an exhibit in Glass…“Keep on Truckin”
Uplaod of Plaza Theatre pic with comment added to Photo Section.
Upload of Rialto pic added to Photo Section
Upload Pic showing “El Cid” in photo section.
Uploaded pic of Brewer’s Drive-In added to Photo Section.
Upload of Park Theater pic from 50’s added to Photo Section.
Never thought I would have said “This one really needs the ole wrecking ball” but, from the looks of it, putting it out of it’s misery was the right move.
Upload of Ritz Pic prior to removal added to Photo Section.
Radio City Music Hall, 1935 Ad “Crime and Punishment” starring Edward Arnold and Peter Lorre.