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The chili really does speak for itself, as word about Liberty’s Show Dogs has spread throughout the state. People skip the movies and come in just to buy a few of the famous hot dogs and go on their way. The unique fl avor is even reaching an international audience. “I’ve had people from New York City and Chicago say


that they couldn’t get a hot dog like that where they’re from,” Applewhite said. “I’ve even had requests to send them to Afghanistan and Iraq. I can’t send them that far, but I’ve had soldiers over there fi nd us online and send us requests.”


Beyond the Show Dogs is your movie theater fare.


Fresh popcorn, concession candies, root beer, and foun- tain drinks are all provided by the friendly staff. If they have a slow down at the concession stand, Applewhite recalls a way he and his father got people up out of their seats to grab a quick snack.


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“When I was growing up, they had subliminal messag- ing in movies,” Applewhite said. “When they outlawed that in the ’50s, my dad told me, ‘I’ll show you some subliminal messaging.’ He proceeded to hook up and vent the popcorn machine into the theater. Before we knew it, people would show up to the concession stand and say, ‘I don’t know what it was, but I just have to have


some popcorn.’”


The Liberty Theatre staff works to keep their prices competitive in this age of $20 movie tickets and $5 cokes. The concessions are reasonably priced, and at $4 for tick- ets and $6 for 3D, the theater is worth a visit just for the bargain. Carnegie residents will tell you the real reason to stop in, of course, is for the Show Dog.


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Specialties: Gourmet hot dogs with chili and other toppings, fresh popcorn.


Price: Show Dogs and other concessions range from $1 to $2. Movie tickets are $4; $6 for 3D.


Details: Open 7 days a week: Concessions start at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday for the matinee and 6 p.m. for evening shows. Box offi ce and ticket sales open at 1:15 p.m. for matinees and 6:15 p.m. for eve- ning shows.


Address: 9 W Main, Carnegie, OK, off highway 58 on Main St.


Contact: 580-654-1776 or 800-250-3225, Jerry Applewhite


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