Coquille Valley Cinema

83 W. First Street,
Coquille, OR 97423

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This former theater building, constructed as the Liberty Theatre in the late-1920’s, In the 1930’s it was known as the New Liberty Theatre. It is currently used as a private residence.

Contributed by Ken Layton

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Darryl97420 on December 24, 2005 at 5:00 pm

The Liberty theater as it was built is currently a private residence. The balcony and projection booth were converted into a large apartment. The original restrooms and lounge are still intact under the lobby but were closed and used for storage after restrooms were built on the lobby level. After the theater closed the furnishings were sold to the Sawdusters for their Roxy theater only to have their theater burn a few years later. The projection equipment and screen were sold off and are in storage in Coos Bay. Interestingly enough on the right side of the building if you were facing it has a great mural showing downtown coquille 100 years ago and the theater is in it.

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