MacArthur Park 4-Cinema
2230 N. MacArthur Boulevard,
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The MacArthur Park was a four-screen early "multiplex" before that term came into parlance. Located on MacArthur Boulevard at NW 23rd Street in Northwest Oklahoma City, across the street from the old Westwood Theater (now a church).
Opened on December 29, 1971, the theater showed first-run and low-budget first-run films. For example this is where I saw movies like “Legend of Boggy Creek”, “Phantom of the Paradise”, and “When A Stranger Calls”. I have no idea who the architect was but it was part of a strip mall. Its best years were the 1970’s and 1980’s and then it fell into rapid decline, closing in 1991.
In 2009, the building is a restaurant named OK Corral.
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