Usee Theatre

118 S. Boston Avenue,
Tulsa, OK 74103

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The Usee Theatre opened in 1910.

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dallasmovietheaters on December 8, 2022 at 9:05 am

The U-See / Usee Theatre launched on August 13, 1910 as a nickelodeon in Tulsa. E.B. Tenney opened the venue with short subject films, Lillia Schreck at the piano, L. Cleveland Davis as singer, Charles Miche as projectionist and Mabelle White in the ticket booth. Targeting female and family audiences, the opening films were Vitagraph’s “Between Love and Honor” and William Shea and John Bunny as “Davy Jones and Captain Bragg” supported by “Glimpses of Bird Life” and an illustrated song.

The U-See closed following the March 7, 1911 showings of “A Broken Symphony,” “The Affair of an Egg” and “The Conspiracy of Pontiac.” Cyclone Furniture purchased the seating selling them for a “bargain” in late March of 1911.

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