Greater Pittsburgh Drive-In
299 Lincoln Highway,
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Located on Route 30 in the Turtle Creek district. Opened May 28, 1954 with a single curved 100ft x 75ft CinemaScope screen upon which was screened Richard Burton in “The Robe” It had a capacity for 1,000 cars. One of several Pittsburgh area drive-ins owned by Marty Warren and family. Originally had a children’s playground. In later years, a miniature golf course was added on the hillside before the box office. Extra screens were added on June 16, 1956, April 3, 1981, May 25, 1984 and June 20, 1986 giving a total of five screens.
Closed at the end of the 1997 season. A Wal-Mart now occupies the site where the Greater Pittsburg Drive-In stood.
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