1674 Hammond Street,
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Opened June 7, 1950 with Dan Dailey in “You’re My Everything” & Ted Donaldson in “Rusty Saves a Life”. The Bangor Drive-In was owned by Graphic Theatres circuit and parked 900 cars. In 1971 it had "Hornet’s Nest" and "Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You" laying on a double feature program, both rated PG. On January 8, 1978 the screen was blown down. It was rebuilt and reopened as a 2-screen theatre. It was closed on July 23, 1985 with “Rambo: First Blood Part II.
After being closed for many years, it was reopened in July 2015 by the Boston Culinary Group chain.
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