First Drive-In Movie Theater
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First Drive-In Movie Theater

The first drive-in movie theater opened here on June 6, 1933. This is as near as I can tell. If anyone has better information, please comment. The architect has been listed as Howard E. Hall. The inventor/patent holder was Richard Milton Hollingshead, Jr.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 226
Updated on: May 05, 2019

The first drive-in movie theater opened here on June 6, 1933. This is as near as I can tell. If anyone has better information, please comment. The architect has been listed as Howard E. Hall. The inventor/patent holder was Richard Milton Hollingshead, Jr.

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Zinman Furs , 2901 Admiral Wilson Blvd., Pennsauken Township, New Jersey, 08109, United States
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Architecture Commercial Archeology Drive-In Movies First Ever ... Movies, Films, Cinema No Longer There Pop Culture
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Created Date:
06-24-2018
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