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St. George, Utah  84790
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Social Hall, also known as Browne Hall, was built by a group of investors led by S. M. Browne, a saloon owner and first mayor of Vernal.  Mr. Mease and Mr. Sheldon opened the Electric Theatre in the Social Hall on 4 May 1908, showing moving pictures and illustrated songs with piano and vocal accompaniment.  In 1910, the Social Hall was sold to the Woodard family for use as a furniture store.

 
 
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The entrance of the Pinewood Stadium 10.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 24 June 2005

Pineview Stadium 10
2376 East Red Cliffs Drive
St. George, Utah 84790
(453) 673-1994
http://www.megaplextheatres.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Chain:
Megaplex Theatres 
Auditoriums:
10 
Total Seats:
1664 
Open:
17 December 2004  
 
Westates Theatres began construction on the Pineview Stadium 10 Theatres in February 2004, with a scheduled opening of 19 November 2004. The cinema is the largest in Southern Utah and in the Westates Theatres chain.

The 30,000-square-foot theater complex has an expansive lobby and an extra large concession stand. The auditoriums range in size from 150 to 400 seats, with double aisles, stadium seating, and digital sound.

Westates decided to build the Pineview Stadium 10 on the east end of St. George because the area is growing and because the Sunset Corner Stadium 8 often has lines that stretch into the parking lot.

The Pineview Stadium 10 was built on five acres of a 13-acre shopping center on the southwest corner of 2450 East and Red Cliffs Drive. The development also includes restaurants, a furniture store, an exercise gym, and other retail shops. T. J. Rudman, vice president of Westates Theatres, estimated the Pineview Stadium 10 would cost $4 million to build, excluding the price of the land, and another $1 million to equip.



Source:
"Westates' business in motion", TheSpectrum.com, 16 January 2004