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lost memory, yeah, I moved here in ‘02, and dont remember it being open since I have been here, but, it’s still there…knock it down for god’s sake.
Went to the continent in the early 90s and the Funny Bone, near where I worked at Ticketmonster for a while. Then continent fell into disrepair, but I guess somebody re opened, and trying to re establish the area. At one time, the sparkling side of the city.
Went to the RE-opening movie Wizard of Oz. May see Frankenstein or The Blob there this summer
amazing all the theatres that were closing as i graduated college.
Saw Black Stallion, and other movies just after off first runs.
Remember seeing An Officer and A Gentleman there with my BEST friends girlfriend, oops. And remember seeing Best Friends, with my girlfriend there. LOL
They were running some first runs when I had DR. office there within last 10 yrs.
Raintree was fairly nice when I went there in late 80s I believe.
Yeah, North High was definitely different than Kingman. North High Drive-In, the one time I was there, was the quietest drive in I HAD ever been too. (Go figure), It was pseudo eerie.
Dont think ever went to this one, thinking it was bad part of town, when it was open. Remember passing the area it was located in later years.
Saw some french art film, for high school art class here, and little else, although went to college and worked in Bexley in mid 80s.
Remember the Westland 1 and 2, thinking seeing Jason and the Argonauts, with my girlfriend, and her baby brother, JASON.
Attended this drive in a couple of times, remember always seeing bumper stickers and signs for Christian Free Drive In associated with CCC.
Spent many a summer night at this drive in. Love Bug, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, 101 Dalmatians, etc……Remember seeing Orton Davis fourth of July Fireworks, pre- RED WHITE AND BOOM, from the drive in.
Is this the theatre that was near the Wal Mart?
If so, I saw Cannonball Run, and Superman II while on my senior summer vacation, while visiting grandparents.
T&C Cinema, wow, this sight is really bringing back memories, cant imagine movie complexes being in the areas that they were like this one. Don’t really remember what movies I saw here, but did see a few. Lived on far east side of Columbus, and frequently Whitehall for grocery shopping, movies, drive in, Massey’s Pizza etc. from late 60s through my formative years.
I remember seeing JAWS, STAR WARS, and WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP at Cinema East. Man those were the days. Small snack bar, small afternoon crowds, big screen. Had forgotten about the often roped off balcony. Dont believe I ever made it up there. Moved out to southwest 6 years ago. Columbus area sure had a LOT of different theatres back in the day.
Thanks for the memories.