Ottawa Theatre

12 S. Main Street,
Miami, OK 74354

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Ottowa Theater..Miami Oklahoma

Opened as the Dreamland Theatre on September 3, 1913. On November 24, 1914 it was renamed Grand Theatre It was operating in 1926 with 300 seats. It was renamed Ottawa Theatre on April 5, 1945, to reflect the county name in which it was located. It had 406 seats. It was closed on August 6, 1955. It has since been demolished and a bank and its parking lot now sits on the site.

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Okie
Okie on April 10, 2006 at 7:06 pm

Click here to view vintage images of;
GRAND (AKA-Ottowa) Theatre-
www.homestead.com/schehrer2/Miami_9.html
and-
www.homestead.com/schehrer2/Miami13.html

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on July 17, 2020 at 4:30 am

G.D. Hall launched his Dreamland Theatre here on September 3, 1913. It was renamed under new operators as the Grand Theatre on November 24, 1914. It was then renamed as the Ottawa Theatre on April 5, 1945 with Bing Crosby in “Goin' My Way.” The Ottawa closed August 6, 1955 with a double feature of “Gangbusters” and “Gun Fury.” In 1956, the theatre closed and Video Independent Circuit the seats were offered for sale.

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