Trolley North

1000 N. 500 E.,
Bountiful, UT

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The Trolley North theater opened sometime in the early 1970s and was originally named “Mark II” because it was a twin theater. On November 27, 1974, Trolley Theaters formally took over management of the theater and renamed it Trolley North. Sometime later, a larger, third auditorium was added.

Plitt took over the Trolley Theater chain in the 1980s. Plitt, itself, was later purchased by Cineplex Odeon.

Westates Theatres bought the theater in 2001 and took over management of it when Loews Cineplex entered bankruptcy.

The theater has since been closed and torn down to make way for an office building.

Contributed by Grant Smith

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sandcastlekid
sandcastlekid on June 20, 2004 at 11:34 am

It is closed and demolished now, an office tower is being built where it was. No love lost though it wasn’t a good theater at all.

Jeffro369
Jeffro369 on September 18, 2004 at 5:18 am

I remember seeing some great films there in the 80s (including A CHRISTMAS STORY) and it was as good a theater as you could expect for the style and era. I saw CASINO there in the 90s and it was still good, but after bankruptcy it was really downhill with equipment problems (scratched prints and bad sound) and a next to worthless staff. It had it’s day, but nothing near the CENTRE or VILLA in SLC.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on September 16, 2005 at 11:09 am

Photos of the former Trolley North in Bountiful, Utah can be seen here.

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