Tech Theatre

120 W. Main Street,
Weatherford, OK 73096

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Previous Names: Bungalow Theatre

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Tech Theatre

The 300-seat Bungalow Theatre was opened on July 2, 1915. It was remodeled and reopened on April 2, 1941 with Fred MacMurray in “Dive Bomber”, and had been renamed Tech Theatre, still with 300 seats. By 1950 the seating capacity had increased to 414 and it was still open in the 1970’s

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DavidZornig on May 16, 2020 at 11:45 am

Address is 120 W. Main Street. Tech Theatre was located in the then Hotel Cain. Building is still standing today. Burrows Pro Audio Video was the most recent tenant in the former theatre space in 2018. Two postcards added with the Tech Theatre on the right in both.

dallasmovietheaters on January 25, 2022 at 11:35 am

The Bungalow opened July 2, 1915 and the owners were said to have skipped town with the creditors in the lurch. New operators reopened the theatre even remembering where the serial, “Lucille Love, Girl of Mystery” had left off at the relaunch. Under L.A. White, the theatre converted to sound on October 9, 1929 with “The Lady Lies.”

On April 2, 1941, the theatre was completely overhauled relaunching as the new Tech Theatre with Fred MacMurray in “Dive Bomber.” It converted to widescreen on March 17, 1954 to present CinemaScope films beginning with “The Robe.” It was still in operation in the 1970s.

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