1851 North Boulevard,
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Information lifted from the roadsideoklahoma link tells what little is known about the Woodstock Drive-in: "This drive-in occupied a very narrow lot and had wide, tall parking ridges. It appears as though the screen may have sat upon a small hill, but any evidence of the screen tower is long gone. The only remaining evidence of the theater includes the aforementioned parking ridges and some gravel and broken asphalt. The site is now empty except for a natural gas pump and a lot of tall grass."
The Woodstock Drive-In was opened by November 1972 and closed in 1982. It was operated by E. Roupe. Capacity was 200 cars, small for an Oklahoma City burb.
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