Yukon 5 Cinema

1219 Garth Brooks Boulevard,
Yukon, OK 73099

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Previously operated by: Silver Cinemas

Previous Names: Chisholm West 5, Yukon 5 Cinema, Dollar Movies 5, Yukon Movies 5

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Yukon 5 Cinema

The Chisholm West 5 was opened on June 19, 1981. It was the first multiplex in the Yukon area. In the 1990’s and into the early-2000’s it operated as the Dollar Movies 5. It has five screens and shows first run movies. It was renovated in 2007. It was closed in July 2014. It was demolished on September 21, 2022 to make way for parking places.

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swamp30439 on September 6, 2013 at 11:48 pm

Hi all I went to this cinema when I drive a big truck
and was lay over in ok. city, ok.

VHSandChill on January 2, 2020 at 8:11 am

This theater closed in July of 2014. It has been for sale ever since by American Asset Management Services, but the rumors now are that the building is scheduled to be demolished. I know I’d pay good money for those light-up theater frames still on the outside walls of the place.

dallasmovietheaters on November 12, 2021 at 5:36 pm

The Chisholm West 5 launched on June 19, 1981 on a 30-year lease with Superman II, Cannonball Run, Clash of the Titans, The Nights the Lights Went Out in Georgia, and Last Flight of Noah’s Ark. It was operated by the same circuit that operated the South Shields 2, the Park Terrace 2, the Westpark Twin, the MacArthur Park 4, and the South Park 4. Its aging portfolio of theaters seemed to drop off one by one during the multiplex era likely reaching end of leasing agreements. MI Theatres ran it under the moniker of Dollar Movies 5 as a sub-run discount house in the 1990s and early 2000s.

In March of 2004, Landmark’s discount subsidiary Silver Cinemas took on the venue under the name of Yukon Movies 5. Silver Cinemas updated the facility in 2007 becoming the Yukon 5 Cinema though continuing as a discount house. It closed under that name at the end of lease in July of 2014. As 2021, the theater was still standing but was threatened with potential demolition likely to remove the facility from the tax rosters.

Nathan Milliron
Nathan Milliron on September 21, 2022 at 7:55 pm

On Wednesday September 21 2022, the former Chisholm West Cinema 5 was razed to make way for parking spaces.

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