utahtheaters.info
 
  •Home •Theaters •News •Recent  
 
Highland Drive-In Theatre
3670 South Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah
•Main Page •News Articles (1)
•Photos
•Sign Guestbook
•Facts & Figures  

Pastime Theatre
Ogden, Utah

 The Pastime opened as a vaudeville theater on 8 March 1904.  Although “hastily constructed,” the management assured patrons the theater was “designed according to fire regulations” and had been “pronounced by experts to be the safest, most convenient and modern in the inter-mountain region.”   P. M Poulsen closed the Pastime on 6 November 1904, saying the building was too small to handle the crowds.   H. E. Skinner later reopened the theater as the Joie, one of the first motion picture houses in Ogden.

 
 
  Home   »  Theaters   »  Highland Drive-In Theatre  »  Photos  »  Exterior Photos
   
 
Highland Drive-In Theatre
Exterior Photos
The original screen tower of the Highland Drive-In was made of concrete and featured the word 'Highland' in large letters on the back side.  Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah

The original screen tower of the Highland Drive-In was made of concrete and featured the word 'Highland' in large letters on the back side.
Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah
David Leo, About 1983

Screen I, on the west side of the Highland Drive-In, was actually added many years after theater opened.  The original screen, on the east end, was given the number II.  Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah

Screen I, on the west side of the Highland Drive-In, was actually added many years after theater opened. The original screen, on the east end, was given the number II.
Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah
David Leo, About 1983

Screen II of the Highland Drive-In was on the east end of the drive-in.  When a wide screen was installed it had to curve on the edges because of the theater's original concrete wall.  Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah

Screen II of the Highland Drive-In was on the east end of the drive-in. When a wide screen was installed it had to curve on the edges because of the theater's original concrete wall.
Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah
David Leo, About 1983

Above the  ticket booths of the Highland Drive-In were large attraction boards with the titles of the movies.  The entrance for Screen II was on the left and Screen I on the right.  Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah

Above the ticket booths of the Highland Drive-In were large attraction boards with the titles of the movies. The entrance for Screen II was on the left and Screen I on the right.
Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah
David Leo, About 1983

The snack bar of the Highland Drive-In.  Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah

The snack bar of the Highland Drive-In.
Highland Drive-In Theatre, Salt Lake City, Utah
David Leo, About 1983