Swap Shop Drive-In
3291 W. Sunrise Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Bailey Theaters
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Sunrise Drive-In, Thunderbird Drive-In
News About This Theater
- Nov 22, 2013 — Swap Shop celebrates 50 years
Originally opened by Bailey Theatres in the late-1950’s or early-1960’s as the Sunrise Drive-In, catering for an African-American audience. The Thunderbird Drive-In opened on November 27, 1963 with Jack Lemmon in “Irma la Deuce” & Frank Sinatra in “The Manchurian Candidate”. On July 13, 1973 it expanded to three screens. This is not your average drive-in theater. This drive-in, located on 88 acres of property now has 14 movie screens, a flea market, a circus, amusement rides, and a video arcade. It is open 365 days a year.
On April 4, 2022 screen 5 was destroyed by fire.
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