Cross Keys Drive-In

5780 York Road,
New Oxford, PA 17350

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Cross Keys Drive-In

The Cross Keys Drive-In was opened June 16, 1950 with William Holden in “Street of Laredo”. It was operated by DeLuxe Theatre Services. It was closed on September 1, 1986 with Tom Cruise in “Top Gun” & Ted Danson in “A Fine Mess”. Housing has been built on the site.

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Denny Pine
Denny Pine on November 26, 2012 at 4:37 pm

The Cross Keys Drive-In Opened on June 16, 1950 with a performance by the New Oxford High School Band and the film “Streets of Laredo”, starring William Holden, William Bendix and Mona Freeman. Originally owned and operated Midway Drive-In Theater Corp. and managed by the corporation’s president, Richard L. McCool. Located on U.S. 30, 1 mile east of New Oxford and ½ mile west of Carlisle Pike (PA 94). Closed after the 1986 season. The former drive-in site is now occupied by houses (Oak Dr. and Chinkapin Dr.)

CSWalczak on November 26, 2012 at 7:16 pm

A picture of and memorabilia from this drive-in can be seen on its gallery page at

dallasmovietheaters on September 18, 2021 at 1:10 pm

The Cross-Keys opened on June 16, 1950 with “Streets of Laredo” It closed on Sept. 1, 1986 with “Top Gun” and Blake Edwards' “A Fine Mess.”

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