Judson 4 Drive-In

IH-35 and Judson Road,
San Antonio, TX

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Judson 4 Drive-In

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This theatre was built around the mid 1970’s early 80’s and featured four screens. There may have been one more screen built making it Judson 5 Drive-In. The demise was when the widening of the Highway 35 was initiated, taking some of the land and resulting in the removing of one screen. Closed in mid 1980’s.

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Jim Miller
Jim Miller on July 4, 2006 at 12:18 pm

The Judson 4 was owned and operated by the late Maurice Braha. The snack bar was very nice, and had a good assortment of delicious food. The projection room was state of the art, and was even air conditioned! The screens were smaller than most modern drive ins, but the picture quality was good. The lots were not paved, and a lot of dust was kicked up when it was dry. The Judson was the last drive in built in San Antonio, and had the shortest life span.

jwmovies
jwmovies on October 15, 2012 at 6:03 pm

Approx. address for this drive-in was 13570 Toepperwein Road, San Antonio, TX 78233.

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