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Midwest Theatre

14-18 N Harvey Ave
Oklahoma City OK

Demolished 1976
Record #18302  
 Opened: August 1, 1930
 Closed: 1975
 Demolished: 1976
Capacity: 1700 seats
Architect(s): John Eberson
Architectural Style(s): Italian Renaissance; Atmospheric
National Register:
Current Organ: Wurlitzer
 Also Known As:
 Previously operated by: Standard Theatres, Warner Bros Theatres, Stanley Warner Theatres, Barton Theatres

Oklahoma City's Midwest Theatre was operated by Warner Bros. Theaters, designed by Chicago Architect John Eberson, and opened in 1930. The auditorium was in the Italian atmospheric style, complete with electronic twinkling stars and rolling clouds in the midnight blue plaster sky.

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Last featured 2/4/2005. Last edited 9/20/2022.

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