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I uploaded an aerial photo of this drive-in and the Forest Hills drive-ins.
I uploaded an grand opening ad from April 17th, 1992. (maybe as a Regal)
This opened on November 12th, 1999. I uploaded its grand opening ad here.
I uploaded an set of aerials here, you can see how fast the trees take it over.
1955 USGS photo added here.
This opened on December 17th, 1999. Grand opening ad posted here.
USGS aerial photo posted here.
USGS aerial photo has been posted here.
USGS photo posted here.
This opened on February 12th, 1999.
This opened on August 13th, 1999.
You may be right. Someone should check the AJC microfilms.
1962 aerial photo posted here.
This opened on April 27th, 1963. Ad posted here.
This opened on December 14th, 1979. Grand opening ad in photo section.
This opened on July 24th, 1964. I have uploaded an grand opening ad here. It was the first cinema to open in the county after the war.
This opened on July 4th, 1969. I uploaded the grand opening ad here.
I posted the June 28th, 1974 grand opening ad in the photo section.
This is opened by Storey Theatres on May 23rd, 1986 with eight screens. I have posted an grand opening ad with picture in the photo section for this theatre.
This opened on August 21st, 1987 by Cineplex Odeon. I posted the grand opening ad in the photo section, which has an similar design as the Place Charest cinemas in Quebec City and Le Faubourg in Montréal.
April 16, 1987
Cineplex Odeon opens theaters at Southlake Festival in Morrow
At the new Southlake Festival theater in Morrow, Jerry Bulger’s company, Cineplex Odeon Corp. of Toronto, furnishes real butter for the popcorn, clean restrooms and lobbies, Italian marble floors and soft green, British pure wool carpeting in the lobbies, and Dolby sound systems in four of the six auditoriums. The Morrow cinema and another Cineplex theater opened simultaneously last week. It and the Cineplex Odeon LaGrange Six Cinemas were the second and third new Cineplex Odeon…
This opened on July 2nd, 1999.
The AMC Oakville Mews 24 near Toronto looks the same as this cinema.
Also had an 1951 aerial of this drive-in, very low resolution. Must had opened in 1950 or 1951.0
This was on Forest Lane near the K-Mart.