2217 Rowesville Road,
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The Orangeburg Drive-In was rather small with a capacity of 150 cars. It was opened in May 1950. It was owned by Florence Sanford and had pretty good run in this South Carolina city. It ran movies well into the 1970’s when commerical businesses edged toward the rural area. However, it wasn’t the smallest drive-in, that honor in Orangeburg went to the Skyview Drive-In parking only 100 cars.
September 18,1970 a Friday night feature was a pretty good double feature, "Curse of Frankenstein" and "Horror of Dracula". It must have been a double feature package deal because the ad in the newspaper read "Frankenstein spills it..Dracula,drinks it.", both in color. Other than a few good monster movies the Orangeburg Drive-In had a small concession with your regular drive-in food. Pepe’s Pizza? From 1973 until its closing in 1987 it was screening adult movies.
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