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Logan, Utah  84323
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Pastime Theatre
Ogden, Utah

 The Pastime opened as a vaudeville theater on 8 March 1904.  Although “hastily constructed,” the management assured patrons the theater was “designed according to fire regulations” and had been “pronounced by experts to be the safest, most convenient and modern in the inter-mountain region.”   P. M Poulsen closed the Pastime on 6 November 1904, saying the building was too small to handle the crowds.   H. E. Skinner later reopened the theater as the Joie, one of the first motion picture houses in Ogden.

 
 
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The east exterior wall of the Cache Valley 3 Theatres.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 7 May 2011

Cache Valley 3 Theatres
(Cache Valley Cinemas)
 
1221 North 200 East
Logan, Utah 84323
 
Status:
Closed 
Total Seats:
750 
Open:
1976 or 1977  
Closed:
18 October 2007  
 

Mann Theatres opened the Cache Valley 3 in Fall 1976 as part of a national expansion program.[1] The three-screen multiplex had the same floorplan as the Alameda Plaza 3 in Pocatello and the Yellowstone Plaza Triplex in Idaho Falls.[2] Carmike Cinemas acquired all Utah theaters in the Mann Theatres chain in the mid-1990s.[3]

Westates Theatres took over management of the Cache Valley 3 on 16 February 2002, after Carmike pulled out of the theater due to its bankruptcy. Westates spent $50,000 to $100,000 on upgrading projection and sound equipment in the cinema.
[3]

In 2002 Westates Theatres began negotiations with JP Realty, owner of the Cache Valley Mall, for the construction of a new six-screen stadium seating multiplex to replace the aging triplex.
[3] The Cache Valley 3 Theatres closed on 18 October 2007, day before the opening of the new University Stadium 6 Theatres.


1. "Mall Theater Expansion Planned", 31 October 1976, Salt Lake Tribune, page 2K
2. “Cache Valley 3 Theatres”, cinematreasures.org, March 2008
3. "Cottonwood Mall theater closes doors", Deseret News, 15 February 2002