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Looks like they were building a giant tv!
I think this should map as 322 E. Merritt Island Causeway. There’s currently a Harbor freight there know. The street overlay on historic aerials also shows modern day building outlines and it looks like the harbor freight building.
I think the address should be “2780 Hooks St Clermont, Fl 34711.” Hooks not Hook and the zip code was wrong.
Aerial Photos on Google maps look ok like screen, concession stand, projection booth, and ticket booth have all been demolished. Maybe above should be changed to demolished.
You know It sucks to see a drive-in theater go but I for one would rather that than see it rot away. I also side a little with the owner he bought it as an investment not to run as a theater. So let him sell it maybe the community and Save The Keno can switch gears and come together and make a deal with the owner and buy some of the stuff on such as the marquee and the screen and concession and project equipment. Who knows maybe he’ll donate it. Together they can raise the funds to rebuild the Keno somewhere else in town. Start a rebuild the Keno non profit with a go fund me page. Put your hearts into it and get it done. If a community comes together they can move mountains.
The building this theater was in actually maps at 4226 Old Road 37 and the building is still there! The address above is the house across the road. Could someone please change the address above.
Also I doubt this theater has the capacity for a 700 cars anymore with the addition of the awnings and other structures. I would say 600 at the most.
Fun-lan is now a 2 screen theater. Learned this when I attended tonight. When they switch over to digital they only purchased projectors for their 2 largest screens. Screen 4 and its tiny projection booth are completely gone. Screen 2 is still up to the right of screen 3 (which is the original screen from the single screen days) screen 2 is no longer used. Please change the above to 2 screens.
The New Sportsman’s Club Maps to 1420 Woodville Road, Millbury, OH 43447. 1443 is the field across the road. Please Change address.
I like all the weird shaped areas(Possibly turf grass farms?) around this Drive-In theater that have that drive-in theater shape. They would be some huge drive-in theaters.
907 South May St is the closest address its the house next door this Drive in theater was in the field to the right in aerial Photo. Now a Farm field.
It’s Interesting that there was a cloverleaf Drive-In Theater in Topeka and the starlight became a cloverleaf for an interstate highway. Well at least it didn’t become a Walmart.
I think I found this D-I on the 1948 Historic Aerial it looks as though it is still under construction. On Google maps the closest address is: 5801 SW 21st St, Topeka, KS 66604 which is Affordable Dentures, this is on the south side of SW 21st St. I-470 went right through the Middle of the D-I the field area covered most of the on and off ramps of I-470 in the area south of SW 21st St. If someone knows the years I-470 was built and opened maybe we could narrow down when this D-I Closed. Please change the address above to match the Affordable Dentures address this way the location will be easier to find.
Those doors look like storage containers. Maybe something to do with the flea market or a side business renting storage sheds.
google maps to: 1 Bushland Dr, Taree NSW 2430, Australia
Concession stand, ramps, and ticket booths still there.
Please update address.
Chips was awesome! Sometimes there would be scenes that had nothing to do with the plot like two hoodlums shooting up a car. I guess they had a time slot to fill and they came up short so someone on the set with no writing experience said hey why don’t we do a scene with two hoodlums shooting up a car it’ll be cool. One thing about digital projection is that you could actually show TV shows or have video game nights.
Sounds like somebody didn’t like the kind of movies this theater was showing so they had it torched.
Those straight rows for screen 2 are interesting the people on the ends must have had a hard time seing
The Most Accurate address on Google maps for this D-I is: 50 Terminal Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 this is the address for one of the main terminals. Most of the land that used to be the D-I is now runways, ramps, and tarmac. On Historic Aerials if you use the road overlays you’ll see that at one point during ongoing construction of the airport perimeter road ran through the center of what use to be the original theater field.
On google maps and historic aerials this maps as 326 N. federal Hwy.
@ Raysson I attend the Raleigh Road Outdoor theater in Henderson from time to time. Of course I live over an hour away.
On Google Maps it maps to: 5721 State Hwy 31 W, Tyler, TX 75709. Comparing it with the 1965 and 1995 in Historic aerials this seems to be right in the middle of the theater. The above address should be changed to match this.
Google maps exactly to: 2624 E Erwin St, Tyler, TX 75702 There is a Ryder truck rental on the sight now. The Theater shows up on the 1947 and 1965 historic aerials. Could this theater have had a longer run than advertised? Can we get the address above changed?
According to historic aerials 1949, 1950, 1971 it appears that everything is still there. However in the 1994 Aerial everything but ramps have been demolished. In the 2002 aerial buildings have been built on the sight. In the Google earth view you can still see traces of the ramps.
@MitchWolf Google maps has it as the Church of the Living God. Unless that’s the name of a Christian motorcycle club. It’s the right location in comparison to Historic Aerials.