Steinway v. Griffith Consolidated Theatres - Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma

Steinway v. Griffith Consolidated Theatres

By Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma

  • Release Date - Published: 1954-05-18
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma
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1 This case comes here by appeal from a judgment rendered by the trial court without the intervention of a jury. The sole question for determination here is whether or not the court was in error in denying plaintiffs the right to a jury trial. The suit was instituted by Mary Kathryn Castle Steinway, her mother, Kathleen L. Dieffenbach, and her maternal grandmother, Julia LeBus, as minority stockholders in the corporation, Majestic Amusement Company, as plaintiffs, against the defendants, Griffith Metropolitan Theatres, Inc., Henry S. Griffing, Lois McColgin and C.R. Guthrie, as Trustees of Delman Theatre, Inc., a dissolved corporation, Ralph Talbot Theatres, Inc., Hotel Last Frontier, Inc., Ralph Talbot, H.J. Griffith and Henry S. Griffing. In order to make the beneficial corporation, Majestic Amusement Company, a party to the suit, it was joined as an additional party defendant. The relief sought was set out in the prayer to plaintiffs petition, as follows:

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