16621 US Highway 412,
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Built by the Mini-Art Operating Co. of Joplin, MO in 1971, Warren St. Clair, president. It was located “five miles east of Springdale on Highway 68”. The Tri-City Drive-In was opened on November 11, 1971 with Stacey Walker in “The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill”. With 120 small individual screens, the adult films usually featured could not be seen by passersby. The film was projected through a system of mirrors and prisms to each screen individually. The Tri-City Drive-In featured radio sound at 660 AM, and was the third such drive-in built in the U.S. It closed after 1977. The last advertisement found appeared August 4, 1977.
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