4309 W. Nob Hill Boulevard,
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Open as a single-screen drive-in by Saffle’s Theater Service in 1954, with a capacity of 450 cars. They installed a second screen in the mid-1970’s, and capacity expanded to 600.
The drive-in would be owned by the Anderson family, owned by Jeffrey Anderson, and whose father installed the original projector in 1954.
The Country Drive-In showed their last movies in 2001. Greg Anderson did not open the drive-in for the spring 2002 season and made an announcement in June of that year that they would be shutting down. Current video technologies and an interest in the land itself made the Anderson family sell the land for a little over $2.5 million.
It was demolished in April 2003. A portion of the property is now a dental clinic.
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