Anne Drive-In

4329 US-82,
Leland, MS 38756

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The Anne Drive-In was opened July 3, 1953 when it was operated by J.C. Noble. The Anne Drive-In was closed in 1961.

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dallasmovietheaters on September 26, 2016 at 4:52 am

The Anne Drive-In launched on July 3, 1953 with “Bugs Bunny Cartoon Revue” and “Meet Me At The Fair”. Everyone got free Coca-Colas and the kids got crayons and coloring books. Operator of the Leland Temple Theatre and the Greenville Harlem Theater, J.C. Noble named the drive-in for his wife Anne Greenwood Noble and his daughter Anne Elizabeth Noble. The snack bar had doughnuts along with the usual drive-in fare. The slogan of the drive-in was, “When the sun sets behind the trees, it’s showtime at the Anne Drive-In.” It became part of the Gulf State Theaters Circuit in 1960 which appears to have closed it the following season.

kennerado on December 25, 2019 at 11:44 pm

A better address is Anne Drive-In Rd & US-82, Leland. The only remains are some of the concession building foundation.

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