Cine-Parc Chateauguay

104 Ste-Marguerite Est,
Mericer, QC

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2002 photo

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A timeline:

  • August 14,1970 opened, it was billed as “Canada’s first bilingual all year drive-in theatre”

  • 1970’s sold to Canadian Theatres

  • 1975 owner: J. Laberge

  • 1977 sold to Canadian Odeon Theatres

  • 1980 2 more screens

  • 1984 became part of Cineplex Odeon

  • July 2001 robbed of $5,000

  • Labour Day weekend 2005: shows last movies

  • May 2006 boarded up with sign “Cine-Parc Odeon in Boucherville. It was the oldest drive-in in Quebec”

Screen 1 700 cars

Screen 2 512 cars

Screen 3 460 cars

Total 1,672 cars

Contributed by Mike Rivest

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Azzaelea on August 11, 2009 at 2:10 pm

Pictures of the Cine-Parc Chateauguay can be found here—>

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