3750 W. Broad Street,
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The National Auto Theatre was opened August 8, 1947 when it was operated by Leo Yassenhoff, who also headed the architectural firm F & Y Building Service who designed the theatre. Initially it had a capacity for 500 cars. By 1955 it was operated by M. Yassenoff, and had been renamed National Drive-In and the car capacity had increased to 750.
The Holiday Drive-In was opened in 1971, and was twinned in the early-1970’s. It was closed in 1985.
The theater was razed for a shopping mall. Capacity was about 1,000 cars for the two screens.
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