Creek Hills Cinema

1010 E. Taft Avenue,
Sapulpa, OK 74066

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Architects: Bob Swanson

Functions: Church

Previous Names: Creek Hills Twin Theatre

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Creek Hills Cinema

The Creek Hills Twin Theatre was opened on April 16, 1976. Each screen had 240-seats. In 1981 it was renamed Creek Hills Cinema. It was closed on August 30, 1987.

Contributed by Ken McIntyre

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dallasmovietheaters on June 7, 2020 at 6:48 am

The Creek Hills Mall Shopping Center launched in time for the Christmas holiday season in 1974. This venue opened as an outparcel building originally as the Creek Hills Twin Theater by Jere W. Murphy on April 16, 1976 with “Return of the Pink Panther” and “The Man Who Would be King.” The architect was Bob Swanson who designed two, 240-seat auditoriums for a total count of 480 seats. In 1981, it was renamed the Creek Hills Cinema. On September 5, 1985, the cinema added home video rentals becoming Creek Hills Cinema & Video until the video store moved to its own location on Main Street late in 1986.

The theater closed as the Creek Hills Cinema on August 30, 1987 with “Living Daylights” and “Masters of the Universe.” The operators ran a survey not long after closing to find out if the city would support a new 4-screen ‘plex and the result must have been clear as there was no new theater built in the city until 2003. The former cinema became home to the Church of God Ministry Center

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