300 Court Street,
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The Hinton Theatre was opened on April 18, 1905 with a play. On October 25, 1920 it was renamed Orpheum Theatre, playing Orpheum vaudeville. It was later renamed Orpheum Theatre. It was renamed Ritz Theatre on October 4, 1928 following the installation of Vitaphone sound equipment. It was the grandest of all the local theatres. If it was a “big” movie, then it played at the Ritz Theatre. The theatre was Muskogee’s oldest and was managed and operated by the Proctor and Marsh Company. It was remodeled in 1938 to the plans of archirectural firm Corgan & Moore
It closed in 1976 and was demolished in 1977. Proctor and Marsh operated all the Muskogee theatres at one time.
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