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Regal’s Goldstream & IMAX 16 in Fairbanks, Alaska is further north than the Astro Hill
This dates back to at least 1993 along with the Great Escape.
1974 grand opening ad in photo section.
1971 aerial posted here.
Aerial photo uploaded here.
1971 aerial of the drive-in along with the Regency Twin cinemas has been uploaded here.
1971 aerial of the theatres and parking has been uploaded here.
Grand opening ad uploaded
1956 USGS aerial uploaded here.
This is at North Webster on route 13 at East 800 N.
State of Indiana photo uploaded here.
1967 aerial posted here.
If this theatre’s open, they must keep its showtimes in an highly secured vault to keep it off the internet.
This theatre does not bother to tell anyone online about its showings.
This was on Broadway just past Roxy Lane. USGS aerial posted here.
1951 aerial photo uploaded here
An Walmart now stands on its site. I uploaded an USGS Aerial in the photo section for this drive-in.
Did this close in 2011? No showtimes for this cinema.
Google did not map this theatre properly, Therefore an photo from street view has been enhanced and uploaded here.
This landed in my email:
I’ve been doing a little research on the Monroe Theatre (204 South St.) in Monroeville, Indiana. My Great Grandparents, George and Betty Fellers, were the 2nd owners till they sold it around 1957. I believe it operated as a theatre for several more years when the congregation of St. Mark Lutheran (across the
street) split and the Monroe became Peace Mission Lutheran Church. Afterwards, it was a NAPA store until the structure was deemed unsafe after a storm and eventually torn down in 2004.
It’s the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), not RMP., Warren.
Chuck, If you got the year 1955 from my website at movie-theatre.org, It means it it closed around 1955 since it was listed in 1955 and not 1961.
1951 aerial posted here.
Strange, but the billboard says Civic.
Theatre was renamed Vee in 1941 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.