White Beauty Drive-In

Lake Wallenpaupack Road and Pine Hill Road,
Greentown, PA 18426

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The White Beauty Drive-In was located at Lake Wallenpaupack, PA. In the late-1950’s, it was one of the smallest drive-in’s in that State, parking only 98 cars. R. and L. Guccine owned the White Beauty Drive-In.

Contributed by Mike Rogers

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raymondgordonsears on March 16, 2011 at 9:44 am

The Harmony D-I with 50 cars was the smallest.

JordanGarlock on October 4, 2012 at 6:26 pm

Wow, the White Beauty View Drive In! I have so many great memories of going there while growing up – the popcorn/snack stand, the one-armed guy that worked there, the speakers you’d put in the car window… A bunch of us would get dropped off by our parents and sit in the old “booth” in the front of all the parking spaces. After the cartoon (always either “Chilly Willy” or “Woody Woodpecker”) and the movie, we’d walk up to the gameroom and play “Space Invaders”,“Defender”,“Asteroids"or"Centipede”. When we were done, we’d use the pay phone in the parking lot across from the restaurant’s main entrance (Mom always gave us .25 cents to call home), then rearrange the letters on the Marquee sign to spell something dirty! What a trip down memory lane…

kathyk27 on June 13, 2014 at 1:37 pm

My family had a mobile home at Norm’s Haven a few miles south of White Beauty View. We spent every weekend at the Drive In. We always sat in the “shed” and it was so much fun! I had my first kiss there. It was pretty wild in the shed because it was all teenagers and no supervision. I remember the older guys would sometimes set the seats on fire- and everyone would cheer. Like Jordan, we would walk to the rec room and play pool or hang out to see cute guys. I saw 2001 Space Odyssey there, and Sand Pebbles. I loved that place!

NYozoner on January 5, 2017 at 2:45 am

Lake Wallenpaupack Road at Pine Hill Rd Greentown, PA 18426

The drive-in appears in various theatre listings from 1952-70.

It is visible on Historic Aerials using 1963 imagery.

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