38 S. Center Street,
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Paramount 5 (Official)
Previously operated by: Carmike Cinemas, Theatre Operators, Inc,
Architects: Mel C. Glatz
Functions: Movies (Second Run)
Previous Names: Paramount Twin, Holiday 3
The Paramount 5 was a second run theater in Rexburg Idaho. It was formed by combining the Paramount Twin (opened in 1990) and the 650 seat Holiday 3 (Built in 1971). It’s current ticket price is $3 for regular adult admission and has one auditorium equipped with Dolby Digital 3D. The 3D up-charge is $2. It now screens second run movies.
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Holiday Triplex, 26 South Center Street
Theater Operators Inc.?
Excellence Theaters Corporation?
2010 integrating of Paramount Twin and Holiday Triplex into Paramount 5.
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Boxoffice, April 1984: “Theatre Operators Inc., headquartered in Bozeman, Montana has acquired the theatre properties of D and D Enterprises, which consists of the Holiday and the Westwood in Rexburg, Idaho, the Rio, Center and Motor-Vu Drive In in Idaho Falls, the Nuart in Blackfoot, Idaho and the Roxy in Salmon, Idaho. Theatre Operators, Inc. plan to convert the Holiday in Rexburg into a triplex theatre”
The Holiday suffered tremendous damage as a result of the 1976 Teton Dam flood. The projection booth was spared because the water level only reached 11 feet. The Holiday was the first theatre in Rexburg to reopen after the flood.