Oak Hills Drive-In
980 Oak Hills Way,
Salt Lake City,
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Architects: Richard L. Crowther
The Oak Hills Drive-In opened on July 21, 1951 with Tyrone Power in “American Guerrilla in the Philippines”. It had a car capacity listed at 400. The drive-in was located just southeast of the Hogle Zoo.
One feature of the drive-in was that residents just south of the drive-in could pay $50.00 for an installation fee for a speaker set up in their home and view the movies from their home. The theatre was owned by Fox Intermountain Theatres.
When the Oak Hills Drive-In closed in 1965 they built the Olympus Drive-In at 5600 South 900 East. The Oak Hills Drive-In was demolished in 1965 for a new subdivision.
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