110 N. Broadway,
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Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Broadway Theatre, Hugo Theatre
The 301-seat Broadway Theatre was opened on January 25, 1912. Later renamed Hugo Theatre. On November 21, 1934 it was renamed Ritz Theatre having been enlarged. Primarily a venue for B-Westerns and similar films, the Ritz Theatre was owned and operated by the Oklahoma City based multi-theatre operator Griffith Amusement Co., which was later known as Video Independent Theatres, Inc. Locals will remember the location of the Ritz Theatre as Ralph’s Barber Shop until several years ago. Just recently the frame of the screen was removed during building remodeling. Although it was the only part of the theatre to survive, it had continued to exist since the theatre closed in the mid-1950’s.
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