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Dallas Movie Theaters

The Texas Theatre is a movie theater and Dallas Landmark located in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. It gained historical significance on November 22, 1963 as the location of Lee Harvey Oswald's arrest for the Assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and the killing of Dallas police officer J. D. Tippit. The films presented that day were Cry of Battle and War Is Hell, which Oswald briefly viewed.

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The Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff - where Lee Harvey Oswald was found after he shot JFK. It now shows first run and classic movies - great for date night!

TOP movie theaters in Dallas. Baby, it's cold outside.   Cold weather always makes me want to curl up inside a movie theater with a nice bag of buttery popcorn.  Whether you are looking for a nice spot to catch up on one of the Awards Season movies for a date night or interested in an afternoon matinee with the littles,…

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The 8 most badass movie theaters in Dallas

from thrillist

The 8 most badass movie theaters in Dallas

There are a lot of places where you can watch a movie in the Metroplex, but only eight that will make watching Ben Affleck play Batman actually somewhat tolerable. They've all got something unique, be it history, giant screens, or just a shton of booze:

from thrillist

The 8 most badass movie theaters in Dallas

There are a lot of places where you can watch a movie in the Metroplex, but only eight that will make watching Ben Affleck play Batman actually somewhat tolerable. They've all got something unique, be it history, giant screens, or just a shton of booze:

from thrillist

The 8 most badass movie theaters in Dallas

There are a lot of places where you can watch a movie in the Metroplex, but only eight that will make watching Ben Affleck play Batman actually somewhat tolerable. They've all got something unique, be it history, giant screens, or just a shton of booze:

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