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The Roxy in Wichita was listed as a foreign language theater in the 1947 IMPA, but the exact language is not specified.
This theater was one of a number of “Negro Theaters” listed in the 1947 IMPA.
Here is another marquee photo:
Here is a b&w photo:
Much confusion here as to whether we are discussing the theater in Belle Vernon or North Belle Vernon. Different names, addresses and cities for both.
There are some photos here:
There is an old ad on this page:
Function should be changed to retail.
There is an old photo here:
There’s a little confusion here as the Rona appears to be at the same address:
Here is a 1984 photo of the Rona:
In the late fifties the Middle Hope Drive-In was operated by Hudson Valley Drive-In Enterprises. Capacity at that time was 450 cars.
Here are some photos taken yesterday:
Here is the marquee:
I think they were trying to save it.
Here is a photo:
Here is a July 2008 photo:
Here is a 1985 photo:
Here are some photos from 1983 and 1987:
Here is another photo:
Here is a photo of the screen, with mural:
Ticket to nowhere.
This is the Capitol marquee in 1987:
It looks like this drive-in closed in the mid 1970s.
A High Bridge Theater was also listed in the 1947 IMPA. As the introduction notes, this was most likely an aka as opposed to a separate theater.