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Holiday Village 4
1776 Park Avenue 4
Park City, Utah  84060
1-800-FANDANGO 1172
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C. W. Showalter, and Andrew King opened the Orpheus Hall on Thanksgiving Day, 30 November 1911.  The amusement hall had a spring dance floor, but was also used for roller skating, basketball, banquets, and movies.  It was named after the Greek god of Mirth, “a famous musician who is reputed to have had power to entrance men, beasts, and inanimate objects by the music of his lyre.”  At 11:00 PM on New Years Eve, 1928, the hall was renamed Imperial Hall.  In a ceremony on 20 April 1965, Governor Governor Calvin L. Rampton took a sledge hammer and delivered the first blow in the demolition of the hall as part of a community beautification campaign.

 
 
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The front entrance of the Cinemark Holiday Village 4 theater in Park City, Utah.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 17 July 2004

Holiday Village 4
1776 Park Avenue 4
Park City, Utah 84060
1-800-FANDANGO 1172
335@cinemark.com
http://www.cinemark.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Chain:
Cinemark 
Auditoriums:
Open:
December 2001  
 
The Cinemark Holliday Village 4 was built as part of a renovation of the Holiday Village Shopping Center.  The three-screen theater that was formerly on the site was demolished and replaced by the new four-screen multiplex with stadium seating.1
 

1. "Movie Theater Closes for Conversion to Multiplex", 19 July 2001, Salt Lake Tribune