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The Park Drive-In was one of the newer drive-ins built in either the late-1950’s or early-1960’s. For awhile one could bring the family until adult R rated pictures were the rage. Seems management pretty much wanted a full lot with cheap B product, with low film costs. I know they are in to make money with movies such as: "School Girl Murders" and "House Of Exorcism". First feature was shown twice at 7:00 and 10:20 and the second big hit at 8:55 pm. Adults 2.50.
November 6, 1977 "Too Hot to Handle" and "Cover Girl Models". On top of that they had a 1am late show double feature of "Flesh Gordon" and"Cry Uncle". February 3, 1980 at the Park Drive-In is "Walk of the Dead" and "Vampire Hookers". Later that night on a separate admission is "Pleasure Shop" and "MASH’D". For what its worth the Park Drive-In did have two mainstream films,"Animal House" and "Goin' South", but again at night they cleaned the lot off for a separate admission to see the X-rated "Exotic French Fantasies" and "Swedish Sorietory Girl" February 24, 1980, and finally when it couldn’t get any worse, "Inseminoid" and 2 rated X movies for late shows. The Park Drive-in was still running movies well into the 1980’s before going dark.
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