Scottic Drive-In

1111 E. Scott Avenue,
Wichita Falls, TX 76301

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Scottic Drive-In

John Sands and Bill Goates opened the 400-car Scottic Drive-In on May 14, 1949, with MGM’s 1948 version of “The Three Musketeers". The next September John Blocker purchased the Scottic Drive-In and Falls Drive-In from the founding partners.

By 1952 the Scottic Drive-In was part of the Bullington, Lee & McMahon Theatre Company, which ran the local Grant Drive-In, Twin Falls Drive-In, Twin Sheppard Drive-In and Seymour Road Drive-In. In May of 1964 the Scottic, Grant and Twin Falls Drive-Ins were sold to the Imperial Theatre Company of Dallas.

After June 5, 1965, the Scottic Drive-In was no longer carried on the Daily Times theatre page.

Contributed by Ron Pierce

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Kenmore
Kenmore on March 6, 2016 at 10:59 am

You can still see the ramps, foundation of the concession stand/projection booth & main screen along with other remains of the drive-in.

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