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Warner Theatre

213-17 W Grand Ave
Oklahoma City OK

Demolished 1964
Record #18322  
 Opened: 1903
 Closed: 1963
 Demolished: 1964
Capacity: 2200 seats
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As: Overholser Opera House, Orpheum, Warner Cinerama
 Previously operated by: Standard Theatres, Warner Bros Theatres, Stanley Warner Theatres, Stanley Warner Cinerama Corp

Information for this tour was contributed by Jeff Chapman.

Opened in 1903 as Overholser Opera House, this theater was taken over by RKO in 1919 and remodeled inside and out by John Eberson and renamed the Orpheum. It was renamed Warner's Theatre when Warner Brothers took control in late 1920s. The Warner's was demolished in 1964.

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1917 photos from the Library of Congress collection.

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Last featured 4/8/2004. Last edited 9/20/2022.

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