Arlington Music Hall

224 N. Center Street,
Arlington, TX 76011

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Previously operated by: Interstate Theatres Inc. & Texas Consolidated Theaters Inc.

Functions: Live Performances

Previous Names: Arlington Theater

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 817.226.4400

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Arlington Music Hall

The Arlington Theater was opened on February 10, 1950 with Shirley Temple in “The Story of Seabiscuit”. It was closed on August 29, 1974 with Fred MacMurray in “The Absent Minded Professor”. It was converted into a church. Since 1995 it has been well preserved and is now used for live musical performances.

Contributed by Don Lewis

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Don Lewis
Don Lewis on September 30, 2007 at 10:05 pm

Two of my images of the ARLINGTON THEATER taken 9/30/07.

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analogkid281
analogkid281 on June 9, 2008 at 9:27 pm

Thank you for posting a link to my Flickr photo. Here is a link to the page about the Vandergriff Building across the street but at the bottom of the page it has a photo of the Arlington Music Hall in the year 1947 !
http://www.vandergriffbuilding.com/history.htm

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on July 26, 2020 at 9:36 pm

The Arlington Theatre launched with two sold out shows for Interstate Theatre Circuit on February 10, 1950 with “The Story of Seabiscuit.” Mayor B.C. Barnes cut a ceremonial ribbon and the Flying Ranchboys and Durrelle Alexander preformed live on stage prior to the film. Became a church before turning to live events.

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on July 26, 2020 at 9:42 pm

The Arlington Theatre launched with two sold out shows for Interstate Theatre Circuit on February 10, 1950 with “The Story of Seabiscuit.” Mayor B.C. Barnes cut a ceremonial ribbon and the Flying Ranchboys and Durrelle Alexander preformed live on stage prior to the film. Interstate moved on from the Arlington on August 29, 1974 after Walt Disney’s “Absent Minded Professor.” It then became a church before being used for live concerts first by Johnny High’s Country Review beginning in 1995 as the Arlington Music Hall.

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