170 Foundry Street,
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The Newark Drive-In opened near the Newark Airport on June 8, 1955, with Kirk Douglas in “Man Without a Star” & Edward G. Robinson in “Bullet for Joey”. It had a capacity for 2,500 cars. It was operated by Redstone Drive-In Theaters and closed in the mid-1960’s. On June 25, 1982 it became a three screen theatre.
National Amusements built the All Jersey Multiplex Cinemas on the site in 1991.
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