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It’s located on the Delsea Drive in Vineland, NJ.
Robert Downey Jr. mentioned this theater on Howard Stern today. He said this is where he and Jon Favreau like to host screenings.
Considering how few Drive-Ins there are left, the owner appears to hold the cards.
I will say, though, that the rule has never been enforced when I have gone.
This was the theater where Walt Disney presented the “Florida Project.” He did so from the grave, as he filmed it seven years before his death.
You can officially list this theater as DEMOLISHED. It is now an overflow parking lot for Christmas Tree Shop. A sad day.
I’m not sure when it opened, but, I do know that this theater is transforming into a Dinner & A Movie setup, similar to Movie Tavern. I believe renovations start this month.
I just can’t believe that, as close as they are to Rowan, it could not be turned into a viable theater is beyond me. A sad day.
Correct. Both this and the UA Cross Keys were built around that time.
I never snuck into this theater, Mike. Just the Deptford ones because I was young and immature.
Glad to see this theater still open, but, no longer showing movies. They did up to a couple of years ago. At least, I believe this part is true.
Now features Digital projection! Also starting them nights on Tuesdays throughout the summer. Ferris Beuler tonight.
Wow, White Tower Hamburgers. I’m sure that’s been torn down. I remember that greasy spoon as a kid.
Very classy redesign. The color scheme on the outside used to be flourecent green, black, white & red. Glad to see it sticking around. It’s a great place to see a movie (for a multiplex).
I was unaware that it closed as well. Very sad. I would have loved to go for one more show. Was there any word beforehand?
Howard, I love how every car in the 70’s was dented with a hubcap missing:)
Have anyone been able to access the basement of the hotel to see what it looks like now?
This theatre is offering a Groupon for tickets: