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Uploaded some pictures from there FB page.
Here is the correct website: http://movies.qwestoffice.net/34401.html
We’ll use this site to introduce our business and explain the goods and services we have to offer. The Drive-In opened in 1946. The screen used to sit on the south side of the property until a tornado came through, and when the owners (at that time) rebuilt they moved it to it’s current location on the west side. We have the capacity for over 300 cars in an evening. We have a large selection of food items at our concession stand along with the traditional Movie Loves of Fresh Popcorn, Soda and Candy; you can get a variety of sandwiches, we also have a fresh vegi box with ranch dipping sauce for the more healthy alternative.
Here is there website:http://www.melsdrive-intheatre.com/
Still open in Sept. 1985
Here is there Facebook page…https://www.facebook.com/fiestadrivein
I could not find a regular website.
Ken..can you mark it closed!!
Yup…It is closed!! That is the problem in small community’s, there just was not enough business to switch to digital projection. After reading some FB posts, I think maybe they quit to soon. You lease projectors now.
More information HERE
Uploaded some pictures from their FB page. Also, it is now called “Harvest Moon Twin Drive-in Theatre”.
This is from Forbes
The correct address is: 2329 E Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne, PA 19047 It is now a Target store.
There was so many drive-ins in PA and on the Lincoln Hwy that it get’s confusing.
My thinking is maybe they moved the Roosevelt Drive-In for some reason??
More pictures here
Uploaded some pictures from 2008 I think.
Added some pictures from the Lindsay Twin Drive-In Facebook page.
Added some pictures from the Brownsville Drive-In Facebook page.
New screen tower is up!!
Here is a you tube video
After looking at the pictures of the drive-in, I would think not. I think they are on a tight budget. The Field of Dreams in Liberty Center,Ohio has a old box van has a snack bar.
Hoping to raise money for new digital projector with Kickstarter
All that is left standing is the marquee in the middle of a field. Hopefully somebody will save it.