El Rancho Theater

Main Street,
Ringling, OK 73456

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El Rancho Theatre

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The El Rancho Theater was opened prior to 1950. It was still open in 1957.

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xxx
xxx on September 7, 2005 at 5:03 pm

Ringling was winter residence for one of the Ringling Bros Circus units, so most likely the theater was connected with curcus folk. You should see those great circus themed tomb stones in the local cemetery.

Okie
Okie on May 28, 2006 at 10:51 am

Though it is true Ringling, Oklahoma, owes its origins to Al Ringling (Ringling Bros, Barnum, & Bailey) Circus, the local cemetery has only a couple of headstones reflecting this fact.
Hugo, Oklahoma, is where you will find Showmen’s Rest Cemetery which has numerous circus themed tombstones in honor of all the “carnys” and circus performers buried there. Three world famous rodeo cowboys requested that their final resting place be here also. Click below for a reverent link to Showmen’s Rest-
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Here are two Ringling links-
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