Oklah Theatre

Bartlesville, OK

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Oklah Theatre

Bartlesville is world headquarters to Phillips 66 Petroleum Corporation, so theaters here have always benefitted from a prosperous local economy.

The below link is a 1902 photograph of the Oklah Theater from the Bartlesville (Oklahoma) Public Library.

Contributed by J.D. Chapman

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xxx on April 9, 2006 at 5:04 am

Above 1902 Oklah Theater photo should be credited to pioneer photographer Frank Griggs.

raybradley on August 12, 2007 at 6:31 pm

This theatre opened 1902 as Oklah, then became known as Odeon, and finally Liberty. To see vintage photographs see ODEON and/or LIBERTY listings.

missmelbatoast on April 6, 2009 at 4:10 pm

Vintage interior & exterior views can be seen by typing in word “theatre” …
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dallasmovietheaters on September 13, 2019 at 10:59 am

The Oklah Opera House was built in 1907 and launched September 25, 1907 opening with the play, “Miss Pochahontas.” Its address was was 105-107 West Third Street. It switched to films and became the Oklah Theatre. A big hit was a 1916 presentation of “Birth of a Nation.” It also had a big audience paying tribute to the late President Teddy Roosevelt at a memorial service in 1919. The Arrow Theatre supplanted the longtime opera house.

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