Liberty Theatre

Seminole, OK 74868

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Look at that vintage photo of the olio curtain on the Bowlegs Theatre page and you will see an advertisement for the Liberty Theatre and State Theatre in Seminole, OK. The Liberty Theatre was opened in 1916. It was closed on September 6, 1930 and went over to retail use.

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raybradley on August 27, 2007 at 10:22 am

Antique photos of the Liberty interior & exterior can be seen on this site by typing in word “liberty -
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dallasmovietheaters on September 9, 2019 at 6:17 pm

F.H. Wozencraft launched the Liberty Theatre during World War I in 1916 and had no competition. But ten years later, an oil boom brought several new theatres – the Rex, Ritz, State and Rialto to town. Outmatched, Wozencraft expanded the Liberty by 400 seats in 1927 and added sound later. But the approach failed and the Liberty Theatre closed September 6, 1930 with a double feature of “Swell Head” and “Call of the West.” The space was converted to a toy store that was open for the Christmas shopping season.

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