Valley Drive-In

80400 Ashton Avenue,
North Loup, NE 68859

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Previous Names: North Loup Drive-In, NL Drive-In

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The North Loup Drive-In was opened on May 1, 1955 with Clifton Webb in “Three Coins in the Fountain”. In 1957 it was renamed NL Drive-In Valley Drive-In which was changed on Mat 29, 1957 to Valley Drive-In. Car capacity was 220. The drive-in was still listed as open in the mid-1970’s.

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kennerado
kennerado on November 18, 2019 at 1:29 am

I think the real address for this one is 80400 Ashton Avenue, North Loup, NE 68859. The 1981 aerial shows the remains of the ramps and presumably the concession building. The concession building appears to still remain on the site.

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on September 10, 2021 at 8:11 pm

The North Loup Drive-In launched May 1, 1955 with Clifton Webb in “There Coins in the Fountain” by owner R.E Burrows. The theatre reopened in 1956 as the North Loup Drive-In and in 1957 as the NL Drive-In. But on May 29, 1957, it changed to the Valley Drive-In.

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