2100 3rd Street Southeast,
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The Sundown Drive-In was opened in 1953 on a 20 acres lot. One of its most interesting features was the long 525 feet throw from the projection booth, with a narrow projection angle of only 70 degrees. The all-steel screen was 60 feet wide and 40 feet high. The Sundown Drive-In was operated by A.D. Wetzstein and was designed by the architectural firm Associated Design Inc.
Later renamed Starlite Drive-In, it was closed in 1978 and demolished in the early-1980’s.
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