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200 Interstate 20 Service Rd Odessa, TX 79766
Was this called Video Park Drive-In at one time?
The correct address is:
3801 Andrews Highway, Odessa, TX 79762
The address is Frontage Rd. That is has close as I can get.
2620 S. 77 Sunshine Strip, Harlingen, TX 78550 is the correct address. When the DI was built Camelot Dr. was not there. The entrance to the DI was off of 77 Sunshine Strip.
Here is the address for the Citrus DI:
2430 U.S. 77, San Benito, TX 78586
I think there is some confusion here on the location. I will see it I can figure it out.
Uploaded a better aerial from 1957 showing the DI and race track.
402 Dixieland Road, Harlingen, TX 78552. In looking at aerials it looks like it was closed by 1962. Most of the drive-in theatre is under RT 2 now.
The correct address is: W Hall of Fame Ave and North Main, Stillwater, OK
The correct address is: 7000 Liberty Drive, Liberty, MO 64068
2995 N Grand Ave, Enid, OK 73701
That is sad to see it had to close. That is what happens when the drive-in theatre operators do not own the property where the drive-in theatre sits on. I know a few drive-ins like that. The operators own the equipment (screen towers, concession stand, etc.) but not the land.
Richland Ave & S.Taylor St. Enid, OK
The address is:84 Federal Road, Danbury, CT 06810
The address is: 2601 27th Street, Bedford, IN 47421
The address is: 1769 U.S. 50, Bedford, IN 47421
The correct address is: 1927 N Section St, Sullivan, IN 47882
The Chautauqua Drive-In was renamed to the Midway drive-In at some point.
Here is more information
Up loaded 1958 topo with 1980 road map overlay.
It was gone by 1980.
The Yucca opened on July 16, 1948. There was four known DI’s in Clovis. There was the 4 Lane, Yucca, LA Fonda and the Comet DI’s.
The address given is for the La Fonda which was north of town. The Yucca was south and the 4 lane was east of town. The Comet was west of town.
The correct address for the Yucca DI is:2029 South Prince Street, Clovis, NM
1135 U.S. 46. Ledgewood, NJ 07852
Uploaded pictures from Motion Picture Herald from June 3, 1950.
A article in the June 3,1950 Motion Picture Herald magazine about the drive-in and it was called “The Garden Auto-Torium” when it first opened. So it should be listed “aka” The Garden Auto-Torium.
Opened May 6,1954