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420 East Topaz Blvd
Delta, Utah  84624
435 864-4551
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Following the success of the New Electric Theatre, Charles Ziemer, H. A. Sims, and Albert Scowcroft opened Oracle Theatre on Washington Avenue.   Stanley B. Steck acquired the Oracle in April 1917 and changed the name to Cozy Theatre.   Harmon Peery of the Ogden Theatre Company took over management when Steck sold the business in 1923.   A few days later, A. M. Miller purchased the building and announced plans to replace the theater with a modern store once the lease expired.  Two years later, theater was “made vacant” and a remodeling permit was issued.

 
 
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Front of the T & T Twin Theatres at the Plaza.  Out of the photo on the left is a bowling alley.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 28 May 2005

Plaza Twin Theatre
(T & T Twin Theatres At The Plaza)
 
420 East Topaz Blvd
Delta, Utah 84624
435 864-4551
 
Status:
Open 
Auditoriums:
Open:
1980  
 
James and Robert Pendray built the Pendray Plaza in northeastern Delta in 1980.  The development included a 48-unit motel, a restaurant, retail stores, bank, retail stores, and offices.  The Pendrays later added a movie theater and bowling alley.

Sometime between 1990 and 1995 the Plaza Twin Theatre became the "T & T Twin Theatres at the Plaza".


Sources:
- Salt Lake Tribune, 19 August 1980, 2 November 1980
- "Chapter 11: The Intermountain Power Project and Economic Diversification", A History of Millard County, by Edward Leo Lyman and Linda King Newell, Utah History Suite CD-ROM