Miracle Mile Drive-In
600 W. Glenn Street,
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The Biltmore Motor-Vue was opened March 18, 1948 with Randolph Scott in “Albuquerque” & Batty Fitzgerald in “Easy Come, Easy Go”. It had a 525 car capacity. It was operated by Paramount Nace Theatres.
On April 12, 1963 the name was changed to the Miracle Mile Drive-In, opening with Vincent Price in “Diary of a Madman” & Louis Jourdan in “Amazons of Rome”. The ozoner was operated by ABC and finally by Plitt Theatres until it closed in 1978.
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