61 E. Center Street,
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The Columbia Theater was opened in 1914. In 1927 it was renamed Paramount Theater. By the early 1940’s it was operated by Paramount pictures Inc. through their subsidiary Tracy Barham. This was the nicest of the three downtown theaters in Provo during my college days of the 1960’s. It was no palace, but felt more like a “real” theater than the Academy Theater around the corner, which was a preview of the mini-warehouse school of mall theaters, ambience-wise. Seems like it had a balcony. New multiplex facilities killed this one too.
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