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Functions should also include: Film festivals.
Now called the Rex Theatre.
Also does video rentals.
The old projection room has been fitted out as a cocktail and snack bar.
No website. Movie showtimes are listed on their Facebook page.
Function should be: Movies (independent)
Now an art house.
Now called the Landmark Cinemas Encore. Function should be: Movies (second-run)
The Capitol is currently undergoing an exterior refurbishment. Matching bricks have been located from demolition sites, and now the search is on for the blade marquee. It was supposedly put into storage in the 70s, but no one seems to know where. It would be a nice complement to the new sign on the Orpheum Theatre across the street.
Actually, first-run films are now scheduled on their website.
Website link is broken. Movie showtimes are listed on their Facebook page. Now called the Bicknell Theater.
Status should be closed. Taken over by Megaplex and later closed on September 26 2012
Function should be: Movies (first-run) This theatre even has 3D capability.
No website. Movie listings are on Facebook page or at 435-687-7818.
Theatre was opened August 14, 1946.
Function should include: Movies (classic). No more first run movies on website.
Status should be closed. Closed on November 14 2014, which coincided with the closing of the Hollywood Family Fun Center.
Updated website link: http://parowantheater.org/index.php
Now known as Cinemark Layton and XD. Luxury Loungers in select auditoriums and all-reserved seating.
Status should be closed. Phone goes unanswered, no info anywhere on web. Google Street View shows what appears to be a vacant building.
Status should be closed. Theatre went dark in December 2014.
Status should be closed. According to their Facebook page they are trying to raise money for a digital projector.
Status should be closed. Facebook page indicates that they are trying to raise money for a projector or may even sell the theatre. Phone goes unanswered.