Castle Gate Theater

Castle Gate, Utah

(Early 1900s - ?)

Mocalbird Martin, who had a small circuit of movie theaters, owned a theater in Castle Gate. The name of the theater is unknown. Barney De Vietti, who worked in theaters in Helper and Price, mentioned the theater in Castle Gate during an interview with Terrance Epperson and Kent Powell on 25 January 25 1978. De Vietti was born in Castle Gate in 1912 and moved to Helper about 1916.[1]

1. “Interview with Barney De Vietti", 25 January 1978, Utah State Historical Society