1300 W. Genting Boulevard,
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Previous Names: Motor Vu Drive-In
The Motor Vu Drive-In was the first drive-in erected in Las Vegas and had a 525 car capacity. Built by the De Anza Co. of Los Angeles, it was situated behind the Stardust Hotel on Industrial Road. It opened on March 25, 1949 with Jon Hall in “Kit Carson” & Penny Singleton in “Blondie’s Reward” It was closed in 1956.
It reopened on March 20, 1959 with the world premiere of Walt Disney’s “The Shaggy Dog” starring Fred MacMurray & Bill Williams in “Alaska Passage”. It had been renamed the Stardust Drive-In and was listed with a capacity for 566 cars. It was operated by Howard Cahoon and E.J. Johnson. It was closed in 1968.
A Budget Suites is now located on the former site of the Stardust.
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