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picture of the original drive-in screen taken 1960!
no it was replaced by condominiums.
now a car wash! behind the car wash the a few of the ramps still remain! also the car wash signs might be the remains of the old marquee!
found it! the ramps and screen may still remain if this drive-in was a drive-in
it now has two screens and third one should be up and running in 2019.
i have that too but maybe it was called the indian at one point?
was open in 1988 and may have been open in 1998 but it was closed in 2005.
only remains of this drive-in is the general outline.
the screen still stands.
traces of it did survive until 2015 though.
only the ramps remain sadly please update.
just realized that the topo map puts the drivein on the oppisite side of the street what is seen in the 1957 aerial mistake you think?
it’s a 1982 topo map actually
i also found a topo map on historical aerials from 1981 that lists a drive-in on that spot which means it was closed in the early 80s also it can be seen in a 1957 aerial.
looks like they plan on reopening in 2019! check out the screen now!
found it you can see the outline of the drive-in.
has since been demolished now a vacant field.
was orinialy called ua towne center 8i have seen many many movies here. in fact in second grade we were moving s we went to this theater to see movies because movies were three dollars and during second grade all the movies we went to see were always in cinema 8. on a side note t has increased from 3 dollars to four dollars sadly!
went here today to see smallfoot. it was amazing. also the registers in the box office weren’t working so they had to use one of the registers at the concession stand as a makeshift box office! all the auditoriums still have the original seats from the 80’s all the neon was from the 80’s at the concession stand they still even had a couple of concession adverts from the 80’s too!also another side note they reversed the cinema numbers what was cinema 8 is now cinema 1 and what was cinema one is now cinema 8 also they rest rooms sign is from the 80s to it also additional auditoriums on the sign that’s original too. it has the original marquee also one they had one the films they were showing incredibles 2 in the coming soon sign!
still have to wonder it was open before 1986 to play this.
it appears the marquee still remains.
the ramps and entrance road still exist!
now willbarger county jail please update.
uploaded 1952 aerial of the drive-in
can be seen in the 2018 blockbuster film the house with a clock in it’s walls
great news! it’s reopening for the 2019 season!
here is there website
more info about the reopening
this address works
you can see some of the ramps in the current aerial!