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This theater has changed ownership and names. Check the following link.
The web site for Crossroads Cinema 4 is: http://www.crossroadscinema.com/home.html
The web site for Macon Cinemas is: http://www.maconcinema.com/
Chuck – Where are you posting the pictures?
The Tivoli web site is: www.tivolikc.com
Both are long closed. I haven’t been by the location of the State D.I. in some time. The last time I saw it it was still standing, but in sad shape. Not sure about the Lake Park. The only drive ins left in Kansas City are the I-70 (four screen), Twin (two screen) and the Boulevard (single screen).
The Rigney web site is: http://www.albanymo.net/rigneytheater/
I thought the Ritz closed when the current owners opened the Crossroads Cinema (4 screens). I recall seeing “That Darn Cat” at the Ritz when I was a little kid.
I lived in St. Louis briefly in the mid 1980’s and seem to recall that the Melvin was still open as a $1 house. Drove by it a couple of times. Looked like a pretty nice, well kept little theater.
The 66 Drive In Theater in Carthage, Missouri is also along Historic Route 66.
66 DRIVE-IN THEATRE – CARTHAGE, MISSOURI – 17231 OLD 66 BOULEVARD -
CARTHAGE, MISSOURI 64836 – 417-359-5959
Here is the web site: http://www.browngrand.org/