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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah

The Pioneer Memorial Theatre was built as “the modern counterpart of the old Salt Lake Theater,” a tribute to “the thousands who sat enthralled within its walls” and to the “traditions of our Pioneer theatrical heritage.”  Although only parts of the exterior bear any resemblance, Pioneer Memorial was to be “pleasantly reminiscent of the Salt Lake Theater in architectural design.”   Construction on both building began on the 1st of July, the original in 1861 and the latter in 1960.

 
 
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National Guard Theatre
765 North 2200 West
Salt Lake City, Utah
 
Status:
Unknown 
Open:
Before 1990  
Closed:
After 1990  
 

The National Guard Theatre showed movies on Saturday evenings in the 1970s.  Low ticket prices allowed large families to attend.[1]

The theater was listed in the 1990 edition of the International Motion Picture Almanac.
[2]


1. Guestbook, utahtheaters.info, 2008.
2. "Excel file", movietheatre.org, quoting as it source the
International Motion Picture Almanac for 1990.