7000 Brush Hollow Road,
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The Westbury Drive-In opened June 23, 1954 with Marilyn Monroe in “River of No Return” & Barry Sullivan in “Loophole”. It had a capacity for 1,900 cars. It had a 124 feet wide screen and was equipped to screen CinemaScope movies. There was a fully equipped playground which had a capacity for 500 children. Initially operated by Saul Lerner for the Drive-In Westbury Corp., by 1955 it was operated by Skouras Theatres and it was later taken over by United Artists.
It closed in 1998, and has been replaced by the United Artists Westbury Stadium 12.
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