Noble Theatre

S. Broadway,
Coos Bay, OR 97420

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Until 1944 the town was named Marshfield. The Noble Theatre was opened by Harry C. Noble in November 1914. In 1921 a Wurlitzer 2 manual 7 rank theatre organ Opus 403, style 185 was installed. Harry C. Noble also opened the towns' Egyptian Theatre in November 1925. The Noble Theatre was still open in 1957. At some time the Wurlitzer organ was removed from the theatre and installed in the Apolostic Faith Church, Portland, OR.

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50sSNIPES on April 25, 2020 at 3:53 pm

The City Of Coos Bay Before The Egyptian And The Old Broadway Came Along Used To Have A Crystal Theatre, A Royal Theatre, And An Orpheum Theatre. The Noble Theatre Was Planned And Constructed On November 5th, 1914 And Said It Will Take 2 Weeks In Time To Build. The Noble Theatre Is Opened In December 1914. When The Egyptian And The Liberty Theatre (Yes There Is A Liberty Theatre Also In Coos Bay) Took Its Role In Operation, The Noble Continued To Operate Until The Middle Of 1954, The Same Year The Liberty Theatre Installed CinemaScope In November 1954. I Can’t Find Anymore Information Of The Noble In Newspapers Years Later.

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