Louisville Drive-In

18680 MS-14,
Louisville, MS 39339

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Louisville Drive-In

Opened in the early-1950’s (the earliest information I can find is a May 1953 showing), the Louisville Drive-In was located a ½ mile east of Louisville on Highway 14 (previously called Highway 26). It was operated by C.L. Clark, along with the Strand Theatre in Louisville as well, both theaters were locally owned and operated. The Strand Theatre though had a longer life than the Louisville Drive-In. It was closed in late-1977.

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Kenmore on April 26, 2020 at 10:41 am

A closer address is 18680 MS-14, Louisville, MS.

The drive-in sat on the south side of MS-14 and the property is now flanked on the east side by Industrial Road. A 1980 aerial shows the screen had been demolished.

Today, the property is an industrial park. The southern section being the home of Custom Air while the northern section has another business. There is no trace of the drive-in remaining save for the original entrance/exit roads which are still in use.


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