318 W. Chickasha Avenue,
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The New Kozy Theatre replaced an earlier Kozy Theatre at a different location, which had burnt down. The New Kozy Theatre was opened on October 5, 1912. In 1914 it was renamed Kozy Theatre. It was closed in 1930 and reopened in 1932 after being equipped for sound. On February 14, 1933 it reopened as the Midwest Theatre. Information available on the Midwest Theater is a 1936 photo showing a tapestry draped, one aisle, “shooting gallery” auditorium. By 1941 it was operated by Griffith Southwestern Theaters Inc, a subsidiary of Griffith Amusement Co. It was closed on June 14, 1949 with John Wayne in “Seven Sinners” last used as a Men’s Club Snooker Parlor.
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