350 Beach Road,
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Architects: Vincent G. Raney
Previous Names: Burlingame/Penninsula Drive-In's
Originally built as a two-screen drive-in, with one screen named Burlingame Drive-In and the other named Penninsula Drive-In. Located right near the water, facing the San Francisco Bay, just to the south of San Francisco International Airport. Built in 1964 and opened on June 23, 1965 by Syufy Enterprises. One screen could acommodate 900 cars, the other screen 1,000 cars. The opening movies were:“In Harms Way” & “Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte” and on the second screen “The Family Way” & “Robin and the 7 Hoods”. On November 17, 1973 it reopened as a four-screen drive-in and was renamed Burlingame Drive-In.
As of 1999-2000 it was in dire need of a paint job, and most of the ticket booths were falling apart. Sound was broadcast on a local radio station which you picked up on your car’s radio.
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