23444 S. Vermont Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Pacific Theatres
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Located in Los Angeles, close to Torrance, CA. The Harbor Drive-In was opened on April 20, 1950 with William Powell in “Dancing in the Dark” & Bill Williams in “Blue Grass of Kentucky”. The drive-in was a favorite of family audiences during the 1950’s and 1960’s. My family went there often. It was initially operated by Thrifty Theatres Corp.
Operated by Pacific Theatres, the screen tower had a distinctive design and was painted a bright yellow, and featured that favorite of families at drive-ins, the children’s playground located just beneath the screen, and a busy snack bar. It was closed on May 15, 1972 with George C. Scott in “The Hospital” & Peter Finch in “Sunday Bloody Sunday”.
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