2003 N. Cassia Street,
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The Nampa-Caldwell Drive-In certainly didn’t have a flashy name, but it did provide motion picture enjoyment for years to the city of Nampa. It was opened on May 18, 1948 with Walter Brennan in “Home in Indiana”.
It parked 300 cars making it the city’s second largest drive-in, the Amity Drive-in in Nampa parked 500 cars. The Nampa-Caldwell Drive-In was owned by Northwest Theatres. To provide heat on those cold winter nights, according to BOXOFFICE in 1964 Golden Hot-Shot car heaters were installed by Eprad Theatre Supply.
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