Cache Valley 3 Theatres
1221 N. 200 E,
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Previously operated by: Carmike Cinemas, Mann Theatres, Westates Theatres
The Cache Valley 3 was opened on July 28, 1976 as part of the Mann Theatres national expansion. It was acquired by Carmike Theatres when they took over operation of all the Mann Theatres in Utah in 1995.
In February 2002 it again went under new management when Westates Thetres took over after Carmike decided to drop the Cache Valley. Westates Theatres spent nearly $100,000 on upgrades to both the sound and projection.
It was closed on October 18, 2007. It was converted into two restaurants in late-2019.
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I remember my first visit to the Cache Triplex.. fall of 1976 under the MANN banner – whom I was employed with. Interesting layout of the building..and just remember the booth layout with a two machine using 6k reels…and the machine layout at the other end of the booth with that horribly wide staircase which caused the two machines to be so far apart..and having horrible angles to the screen using massive corrective keystone methods..
the Alameda in Pocatello, and the Yellowstone in Idaho Falls were from this same floor plan design – but the booth staircase was massive redesigned to eliminate that keystone error..
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The former Cache Valley 3 building is being gutted and transformed into two restaurant spaces on two levels, expected to be complete in 2020.
The Cache Valley Mall opened July 28, 1976. Not far behind was the Grand Opening of the Cache Valley Mall Triplex Theatres likely on a 30-year lease. The Triplex launched August 6, 1976 after a ribbon cutting with the films, “Lifeguard,” “Bingo Long and the Traveling All-Stars, and “Swashbuckler.” Under new opeators, it would become the Cache Valley 3 Theatres operating just past its 30-year leasing cycle.