Historic Oklahoma Theater on front lines of 3D Evolution

posted by rgsimpson1 on March 31, 2010 at 9:55 am

PRYOR, OK — As more 3D movies are being released, there is a shortage of screens available for these films to play them on. Tulsa only has one theater that has 3 3D screens, and only 10 3D screens in the entire metro area. Though it may surprise some, the next theater in Northeast Oklahoma to have 3 3D screens isn’t a chain multiplex, but the 93 year old Allred Theater of Pryor, Oklahoma. According to its owner, Gene Oliver, it will be the first theater in the state with total conversion to digital projection with 3 3D screens.

Read the story at Tulsa World.

Allred Theater conversion report at Pryor Daily Times.

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