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Thanks Ross,I have the one sheet.
I have it parking 350 in 1956.
sad.a true twin it looks like.
thanks guys great to see someone from Columbus on Ct.I put a lot of your theatres on, because i was thinking no one would.
Laura is a grandma too, From Box office Girl to grandma…
Russell wasn’t his name Clint and he moved into security.you need to get on facebook, i have met so many guys ,and a few gals that have plenty of theatre stories.
great picture of the booth.
and i bet it is closed today,or a dollar house.
I have it at 300 cars in the 1956 motion picture almanac.Sam Ashman the owner in 1956.
that doesn’t look like the theatre i was talking about.JFbrantley probably saw the one i did,unless they remodeled the downtown the picture above does not look like the one i saw.
Alvin Drive in is on cinematreasures.
There was a Sparta,Mo. Drive in in this state that held 75 cars,The Alvin Drive-in.owned by Taft Amusements.
thanks chuck for getting it on, nice brief history.
Looks like a nice Four Plex.
nice until tripled i bet,just like my old Theatre NATIONAL HILLS.
Thanks dwtpa97,you did something i couldn’t do, interview a Local.
Go to “REMEMBERING PLITT THEATRES” on Facebook for more Plitt info.
In 1956 it was the HUNTERDON drive-in parking 300 cars and owned by Brant Theatres.
I know Jerry was shocked when R rated movies were booked in.
Why didn’t the Ushers ask the manager to key to the cash box on the pinball machine.like we did.strange.