Liberty Theatre

Liberty Theatre
9 W Main
Phone: 580-654-1776
Phone: 580-654-1188
Toll Free: 800-250-3225

The Liberty Theatre in Carnegie is the oldest, continually operating movie theater in Oklahoma. This architecturally significant historic building has a unique style that blends the 1950s and the Golden Age of Hollywood. Stop in to catch a new release at one of the few theaters in the state that still shows 35mm prints of recent movies. While you're there, make a trip to the snack bar for some freshly prepared popcorn and a "show dog," a coney that is the theater's specialty.

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Suitable for Ages: All Ages
Shows begin at 7pm nightly.
Additional later screenings on Fri & Sat.
Matinee screenings at 2pm on Sat & Sun.
Admission is $4 per person.
Additional $2 surcharge for digital 3D movies.
Children under 3 are free with paid parent. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

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