140 Perry Lane,
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Based on a story in the Odessa (Tex.) American two days later, the Lariat Drive-In showed its first movie on September 19, 1952. The 60-foot screen tower was composed of asbestos rather than sheet metal. It was owned by Video Theaters, Inc., and its capacity was 446 cars.
“The bold white front, with its dark green base, is decorated with the sign, "LARIAT” and the figure of a man stands below and holds the end of a rope which loops over the name. This sign measures 32 feet high and 32 feet across, but is dwarfed by the size of the tower".
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