3251 Cerrillos Road,
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At a cost of $100,000 the Greer brothers opened the 400-car Pueblo Drive-In on June 9, 1950, with “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon", starring John Wayne. By 1953 it was operated by Gibraltar Enterprises Inc.
On December 31, 1967, according to the Santa Fe New Mexican, then owner Frontier Theaters sold four local theaters to Commonwealth Theaters. The theaters involved were the Pueblo, Alley, Lensic, and El Paseo.
While being operated by Commonwealth Theatres, it closed in September of 1980 and never reopened. Wal-Mart occupies the site today.
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