200 E. 3300 South,
South Salt Lake,
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Architects: Vincent G. Raney
Century 21 opened on October 20, 1967 with Lee Marvin in “Point Blank”. It had 985 seats and a 80-foot curved screen (the second-largest in Utah). The theater’s domed ceiling was 155 feet high.
In 1969, a duplicate building, Century 22, was built across the street from the original. Only a few years after they opened, both buildings fell victim to the trend of splitting large theaters. Century 22 was split into two screen and Century 21 into three.
In the late-1980’s or early-1990’s, four small square theaters were added onto the Century 22 building. But the theaters were not maintained well, and severe water damage forced the permanent closing of the Century 21’s screens.
In 1998, both buildings were demolished so the space could be used as a parking lot for the new all-THX Century 16 theaters, which were built on an adjacent lot.
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