4141 N. 27th Avenue,
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Architects: John E. Stephens
Firms: John E. Stephens & Associate
The Indian Drive-In was opened August 27, 1948 with Randolph Scott in “Coroner Creek” & Rita Hayworth in “The Lady From Shanghai”. Car capacity was listed at 1,360 making it one of the larger drive-ins in Phoenix. It was initially operated by Phoenix Drive-In Theatres (part of the Harry L. Nace Theatres chain). Later operated by ABC and later by Plitt Theatres. It was remodeled in 1960 by architect John E. Stephens.
The drive-in closed in the early-1980’s and has since been demolished. Where the drive-in once stood is now the site of the Willow Springs Aprtments.
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