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some of the ramps still remain!
the ramps though fant still stand!
it is now a food lion grocery store. please update.
well the wal-mart was never built!
collapsed around 6:30
correction the it was open for a month before the screen was knocked down by strong winds in September. please update
would be amazing if it was reopened!
at one time it was called the astro drive-in as well. please update.
was still open in 1981
wow i’ll take a Mexican restaurant over a wal-mart! well i would rather the drive-in still be opened but since it was closed and a wal-mart built i’m glad it closed. hope it was demolished!
where did you hear that drive-inf fan. just curious i want proof! because if you lived in the area when the drive-in existed and the drive-in owners or school staff told you so then i’d believe you but if you didn’t grow up in the area i want proof!
it also appears the marquee still stands!
they do show movies about jesus. we need to find out if they still do this because if they do still show movies about good on the screen then i think we should label it as open since it really is!
could they the church be showing movies on the drive-in screen? that would explain the picnic tables a place to sit while the film’s go.
it was still open in 1980.
the ramps and concession stand still remain!
saw the beach boys here in march 2018!
notice how on the top of the ceiling the light source you see is in a hole in the ceiling shaped like a heart.
the stadium seating rumor is falls. i know because i saw home alone there yesterday for free!. they show movies every Friday. they had shown the nightmare before Christmas at 4:00 so that was a paid to see film and this was a free film. also 95% of the marquee did not light up. also original seating capacity is 1,284
please update on the film times and the original screen count
if you wanted to you could reopen it as a single screened. you could also reopen it as a twin again if you were willing to work for it.
the ramps concession stand one of the screens still remain!
here is there website http://www.sauerbeckfamilydrivein.com/
it is not demolished! it is just closed!
man i wish movies were still 10 cents. i’d go very often!
sure looks like a drive-in screen from selby towers!