Natalie Drive-In

Route 54,
Natalie, PA 17845

850 cars

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Natalie Drive-In

Opened on May 6, 1949 with Errol Flynn in “The Adventures of Robin Hood”. This one-screen drive in theatre was just north of Mt. Carmel, PA along PA Route 54. Used for paintball recently, not sure when it ceased to be a theatre. The sign, which was exactly like the sign for the Mahoning Drive-In, has since fallen to the ground. The screen still stands.

Contributed by Scott Sanders

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CSWalczak on August 10, 2012 at 5:20 pm

Based on this photo from the Drive-ins. com website, little remains of the Natalie Drive-in.

jwmovies on October 29, 2012 at 4:55 am

Above address is incorrect. Approx. location of this drive-in was east of 1 Pennsylvania 54. The screen skeleton and some of the ramps are still there.

mikedanchak on May 21, 2013 at 7:42 pm

The Magazzu family of Hazleton ran this dr-in for a while as an x rated fare. The Magazzu’s also ran the valley Dr-in in Ginther, just north of Hometown and south of Hazletown Pa. on route 309. The Valley Dr-in was owned by Joe Petrole & has always been a family dr-in. The lot is still there with some remnants of the dr-in.

TomMc11 on June 9, 2017 at 11:24 am

Google Street view from August 2016 shows the screen tower still standing, not in great shape at all, but still there.

davidcoppock on October 11, 2018 at 10:25 pm

Opened on 6/5/1949 with “The Adventures of Robin Hood”. 850 cars.Snack bar is still there too.

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