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Previously operated by: Stanley-Warner Theatres
On 11/26/1927 a Wurlitzer organ (opus 1798) was installed and the Oxford Theatre opened on February 24, 1928. The opening program was “Dress Parade” with William Boyd and Bessie Love, a newsreel, and an Our Gang comedy. The 1,542 seat theatre, refered to as one of the foremost playhouses in the East, was built in the Spanish style and featured a full stage and facilities.
The Oxford Theatre was listed as operating in the 1951 Film Daily Yearbook, and was later closed. It was demolished in October 1964, and at that time was part of the Stanley-Warner chain.
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