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the ramps and concesion stand/projectors boot foundation still remain!
what is left.
the marquee still remains interestingly enough!
some of the ramps can also be seen!
now owned by movie scoop theaters
there now showing first run films!
video of the screen being demolished!
has since been demolished!
it has since been demolished.
the other one in town that closed appears to be getting demolished to sadly! although it was just the outer fence that was torn down and the city hasn’t confirmed that it is going to be demolished!
it might not reopen because i have found a website that has pictures of a crane standing next to the outer
fence of the drive-in which was demolished so although it isn’t confirmed i think it’s a safe bet that in the near future it will be demolished.
that would be sad because in 2016 the grand vu drive-in in twin falls was demolished!
it was because people kept vandalizing the place! such a shame no drive-in theater etiquette.
here is a list of drive-in theater etitiqute from a word document i made in word please email me if you think of a rule i should add
Daniel’s modern guide to drive-in theater etiquette.
!. Always drive 10 mph hours with the headlights on in theater area.
2. Once you park turn off your headlights when parked in the theater area.
3. If the drive-in you visit has speaker poles remove the rca speaker from the stand and put it on your car window and then put the speaker back on the stand so you don’t dent you’re car or break the speaker. If the drive-in theater you go to doesn’t have rca speakers skip this step.
4. If you visit a drive-in with multiple screens do not drive from one theater to the next unless you’ve paid for the other film. If you drive from one theater to the next be careful.
5. Do not sneak people in the trunk. It is illegal and rude.
6. Always check the marquee to see what’s playing before you drive to pay for the film.
7. Always visit the refreshment center.
8. Do not use more than one parking space to park your car.
9. Do not make love in your car.
10. Always have a battery charger in case your car battery dies.
11. Always have a fun memorable experience at the drive-in
also a story from the hanford sentenial about the closure of the drive-in.
nice video on you tube of the closed drive-in
couldn’t they move the drive-in screen to the tru-vu drive-in and twin it?
right next to the drive-in they built a wal-mart they didn’t build the wal-mart on the actual drive-in because the drive-in gods really like this particular drive-in for some reason.
great pics can be found here
the screen and concession stand/projectors booth still remain and the ramps and the exit road and the entrance road which gs through the ramps! definitely reopen able i someone tried!
wonder where they tell you what wovies they show?
here’s the rusted all covered remains of the marquee
has since been demolished. site is now housing please update.
well they have since upgraded to stadium seating!
was still open in 1980. but it was demolished by 1995
should be listed as demolished. all that remains is a marquee next to an empty field. please update.
https://www.google.com/maps/Fox Performing Arts Center.0189154,-84.6274348,3a,49.9y,75.86h,90.24t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sXZnOyT6h8DtnPm5O7A2-Yw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
opened for their 51st season on april 20th 2018
all that remains of this drive-in theater is the concession stand marquee and skeleton screen!
it’s not a pretty sight!
https://www.google.com/maps/Fox Performing Arts Center.1658692,-98.0393707,3a,75y,84.62h,89t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sYhIA-BQktQy_ecAAg7RVUA!2e0!5s20180401T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en&authuser=0
it still stands all three screens and concession stand and all!
found the video!