2121 South 1100 East,
Salt Lake City,
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Previously operated by: Fox Theatres (Reading, PA)
Firms: Woolley & Evans
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
The South-East Theatre opened December 25, 1936 with Esward Arnold in “Come and Get It!” and was run by Fox Intermountain Theaters. The South-East Theatre was located in the southeast district of Sugarhouse, next to the Sprague Branch library.
Like many small town theatres, the theatre was actually dozens of feet from its street entrance, and was reached by a long hallway. Additionally, the auditorium was positioned at an angle, apparently following the odd property line of the adjacent library.
The South-East Theatre closed, probably in the 1970’s, and was converted into retail. In the late-1990’s it was demolished to make way for a new retail development on the block.
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