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The entrance of the former Blue Mouse Theater.  The marquee over the door is still there, but has been painted over.
Grant Smith, 10 December 2005
Blue Mouse
(Cinema Arts)

260 East 100 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
(1973 - 1986)
Cinema Art, later known as the Blue Mouse, was the first venue for art and foreign films in Salt Lake City. The theater was originally a screening room and was located in the basement of the building.  The theater's seats came from a shoe-selling emporium.  The auditorium had 120 seats and was "stretched out like a long hallway."1


1. "On New Theaters, Indiana Jones and Skyrocketing Prices", Deseret News, 4 June 1989 , Page E10