ABC Intermountain Theatres opened the Regency Theatre on 19 July 1972. The $750,000 cinema featured 780 seats and a curved Tecnikote XR 171 screen measuring 50 feet wide by 22 feet high. Red curtains from R. L. Grosh & Sons rotated behind the screen instead of gathering at the sides. The booth featured dual Century 35/70mm projectors with Christie CHF xenon consoles and 3,000-watt bulbs. Cineplex Odeon relegated the Regency to dollar theater service on 6 June 1989, then closed it permanently on 25 March 1990. The former theater was later remodeled into a three-story office building.
The Geneva Drive-In was owned by Veigh Cummings and had a capacity of 624 cars. The theater closed about 1966 and was demolished before 1970. The drive-in was located on the southwest corner of 1300 South State Street, across from where the University Mall now stands.