Lyceum Theatre Joins Orpheum and Paramount

Ogden Standard Examiner, 15 April 1934, page 9

 Starting today the Lyceum theatre will become Ogden’s deluxe second-run house, the little brother to the Orpheum and Paramount theatres and an official member of the Paramor corporation.  Stanley B. Steck, for years operator of the Lyceum, has leased the theatre to the Paramor corporation,  A. L. Glasmann, publisher of The Standard-Examiner, president; Louis Marcus, mayor of Salt Lake City, vice president.  Mr. Steck will retire, keeping his residence in Ogden but occasionally going to Los Angeles to inspect his theatre interests there.

The Paramor company will take the same shows now showing at the Orpheum and put them in the Lyceum.  The Orpheum returns to exclusive first run pictures.
A pick of the pictures from all the largest and best picture companies in the world will be shown at the Orpheum, three changes per week, single features.  The Paramount will continue its present policy of double features.  Every effort will be made by the new proprietors of the Lyceum to make it Ogden’s best second run home.  The pick of the features shown at the Orpheum and Paramount will be brought back second-run to the Lyceum and for the quality of product the most reasonable price policy in Utah is assured, any seat any time 10 cents.
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Lyceum Theatre Joins Orpheum and Paramount