Villa Theatre
Salt Lake City, Utah

The historic Villa Theatre opened in 1949, showing the black and white film "Prince of Foxes."  In 1961 the Villa became the only theater in Utah to show Cinerama.  The theater closed 18 February 2003 and has been renovated as a beautiful rug gallery.

Crystal Theatre
Ogden, Utah

The Crystal Theatre was open briefly in 1912, showing travelogues, such as Seven Years in the Arctic With My Camera, and current events, such as the funeral of John Henry Smith of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

 
   
 

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