Kickingbird Cinema

1225 E. Danforth Road,
Edmond, OK 73034

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Kickingbird Cinema

Originally built and operated by the Litchfield Luxury Theatres Ltd. Opening on November 25, 1988 as a 6-plex with 1,420 seats. In July 1994, Regal Cinemas bought out Litchfield and the theatre became part of Regal Cinemas chain.

In the fall of 1995, Regal added on two screens to make it an 8-plex. Regal officially closed it on January 30, 2001.

It was reopened two days later as an independently owned and operated theatre from February 1, 2001. It offers 5.1 digital audio in all 8 screens. In May 2009, 2 Christie CP200ZX digital projectors were installed, both of which are outfitted with RealD 3D.

Pricing as at June 2010 is: Matinee (all shows that start before 6pm $6.00 for everybody. Adults $8.25, Child $6.00, Student $6.50, Seniors (55+) $6.25. All 3D features are an additional $2.00 a ticket. Prices are subject to change without notice.

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Recent comments (view all 8 comments)

brentclarkf on August 4, 2005 at 5:17 pm

I don’t know why anyone be interested in this theater since it is the usual modern monterplex; however, I will give some details since it is already listed. The theater is clad in gray brick and is off set in a strip mall. The auditorium is rather plain featuring nuetral colored tile on the floor and curtains on the walls. The most best feature of the theater is the fact it is very clean—-a rarity in Oklahoma monsterplexs.

QueenElizabeth on June 30, 2007 at 10:21 am

There are lots of reasons some might be interested in this theatre! First and foremost, it is perfect for people who want to support the local small business in their community. It’s like choosing to go to the local market in your neighborhood, owned by a neighbor, than opting to go to Wal-mart or some other huge corporate owned store, just for lower prices, or notoriety. This theatre, is indeed clean, and usually shows a great variety of movies. Plus, at Kickingbird, you can go out for buy your wife flowers, go out to dinner, see a movie, all at the same place without moving your car.

As far as Oklahoma’s other ‘monsterplexes’, most of them would be cleaner if unruley teenagers (or immature adults) would stop throwing their trash and spit in the floors.

Anyway, this is a great family theatre, and recommended highly in support of the Edmond community.

raybradley on July 13, 2010 at 4:17 pm

Prof quality pix of the Kingkingbird Cinema can be viewed on this site …

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Lauren Durbin on August 10, 2011 at 4:42 pm

Unfortunately, the roof was ripped off of the Kickingbird Cinema during storms that swept through in the early hours of 8/8/11 which left roof damage and water damage. The theatre had just recently upgraded all of their projectors to digital. Repairs are expected to take at least one month.

rivest266 on April 6, 2014 at 2:08 pm

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davidcoppock on October 8, 2016 at 12:47 am

Why is called Kickingbird Cinema(unusual name!)?

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