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The River Oaks Theatre is a historic movie theater located in the River Oaks Shopping Center in the Neartown community in Houston, Texas, United States, east of the River Oaks community. The theater has three projection screens; one large screen, downstairs, and two smaller screens, upstairs. Wikipedia
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Things You Must Know before Moving to River Oaks Houston
Things You Must Know before Moving to River Oaks Houston, TX // Do you have plans of moving to River Oaks in Houston, TX?
In Your Neighborhood: Houston's River Oaks, with Russell Windham
For the second installment in the ICAA's “In Your Neighborhood” series, join Russell Windham, ICAA Chairman of the Board and ...
Tonight could be the final showing at Houston's landmark River Oaks Theatre
The theatre had been in business since 1939, but couldn't survive the COVID pandemic More: ...
Living in River Oaks Houston PROS and CONS
Living in River Oaks Houston PROS and CONS // Are you considering moving to River Oaks Houston? Maybe you're planning on ...
Curtain closes for River Oaks theatre
The curtain closed Thursday night for the historical River Oaks theatre.
River Oaks Neighborhood in Houston, Texas, USA an UltraHD 4K Driving Tour.
Join me on a relaxing drive through River Oaks! A neighborhood in Houston, Texas, USA known for its large homes and old ...
Mayor Turner Announces Future Of Historic River Oaks Theatre
Mayor Sylvester Turner gives an update as to the future of Houston's historic movie palace, the River Oaks Theatre.
Join the Friends of River Oaks Theatre!
Sarah Gish (www.GishCreative.com) encourages you with a snippet of a song to join the Friends of River Oaks Theatre. You can ...
Houston's iconic River Oaks Theatre may soon be just a memory
The River Oaks Theater's unmistakable marquee helps define its neighborhood. "I love it," said longtime fan Bob Dzik. "I've been ...
Hanover River Oaks Grand Tour
Take a peak into the newest luxury high-rise building in the heart of Houston.