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Located in the Undercliffe district of Bradford. Built as the Oxford Hall, it was converted into the Oxford Picture Palace and opened on 9th April 1914. It had an attractive facade, and inside the auditorium, all seating was on a single floor.
In 1955, the Oxford Cinema was closed for a short period of time for restoration and modernisation, to the plans of Modernisation Ltd. It now had new seats, and a wide screen. From January 1963, bingo was played on three days a week.
The Oxford Cinema was closed on 8th January 1966 with “The Three Stooges Go West” and “Hello, London!”. It re-opened on 27th January 1966 as a Top Flight Bingo Club. This has since closed and the building has been demolished.
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