7000 Brush Hollow Road,
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Architects: Lloyd Monroe
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. On June 15, 1979 it became a 3-screen theatre.
It closed on October 24, 1998, and has been replaced by the United Artists Westbury Stadium 12.
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