Golden Glades Twin Drive-In
3493 NW 167th Street,
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Architects: Frank H. Shuflin
The Golden Glades Twin Drive-In was opened on February 10, 1956 with “Gary Cooper in "The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell” & Broderick Crawford in New York Confidential". The screens were named Golden Glades East and Golden Glades West and mostly played the same two films on both sides, switching prints midway. It had a capacity for 1,284 cars. There was a seating area for over 600 patrons.
One of the films was always a top first-run such as “Star Wars” and the theatre rarely showed the exploitation most other drive-ins thrived on.
It was closed March 14, 1981, most likely a victim of property values.
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