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Uploaded some pictures from their website. Urban sprawl will never close this drive-in theatre down. It is located back on the north 40 on the farm!!
It was called the Naval Air Station Albany (Turner Field) at the end. The Navy took it over in 1967 from the Air Force.
Just uploaded some pictures from the St. Albans Drive-In Theater Facebook page.
There website says they are going to be open in 2014!!
Where is the picture at banone72?
Nice looking grand opening ad!! ChrisB
Here is the website
The Bend Drive-In sounded familiar, so I checked my archives and I had the opening day ad. Drivein101 I have got caught few times myself researching and looking at movie ads.
It looks like it was closed (No screen tower) in 1970 by looking at a aerial from the same year.
More information here
@DRIVEIN101 Thanks for information, I missed that when I uploaded the early aerial. So I posted the 1967 aerial also. I wonder why they moved it? Because of the setting sun?
Just uploaded some pictures from of Earl Sharninghouse (Earl 64)
Also, uploaded pictures from there Facebook page.
I added some pictures from Facebook.
Here is more information
When that theatre ad can out in 1955, Denson St was not there yet. Over the years, streets are added or renamed. My thinking is Cecil, Coleman, Cain St. was not there ether in 1955.
Some information here no address.
I got it listed from 1956 to 1970 by the William K. Lee Theatres, Inc. from DeQueen, Ark.
I could not find the location on any TOPO maps. We need a location yet?
Thanks Vincent and Ken for fixing both listings for the Summer Drive-In.
Nice pictures vastor!!
I uploaded pictures from there website and Facebook pages.
Thanks for adding the pictures from Facebook for the non-Facebook users.
@ Mark_L you have to click on the larger map to see the location. That is the correct address. The little maps are wrong sometimes.
I think I like the name Bel Air better. It looks like it needs TLC..