Sno-King Drive-In

5017 176th Street Southwest,
Lynnwood, WA 98037

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The last double bill at the Sno-King

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Located n the Alderwood Manor area of Lynwood, WA. The Sno-King Drive-In was opened in 1946 and closed in 1986. The site now is home to a Value Village, an Asian grocery, an AT&T Datacenter, and several other small businesses.

Contributed by Jeff Sawyer

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jwmovies on December 2, 2012 at 12:42 am

Above address may be incorrect. The entrance (which is still pretty much there) was approx. 5017 176th Street Southwest.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on June 3, 2015 at 7:55 pm

The July 8, 1946, issue of Motion Picture Daily mentioned this theater, but datelined the item Everett, Washington, which is a few miles north of Lynnwood:

“$50,000 Coast Drive-in

Everett, Wash., July 7. — Clearing and grading has started at a 10-acre site on the Everett-Seattle highway, for a $50,000 ‘Sno-King’ Drive-In Theatre, which is now in the hands of Otis Hancock, architect. C. L. Rockey and Lewis A. Argono are the owners. The theatre will provide space for 650 automobiles.“

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