Eric Black Horse Pike Drive-In
2700 Mount Ephraim Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Sameric Corporation
Architects: Sydney Jelinek
Previous Names: Black Horse Pike Drive-In
Camden was the home of the first drive-in, so perhaps it’s fitting that the last place to see a movie there was a drive-in. The Black Horse Drive-In opened on August 4, 1965 with James Stewart in “Shenandoah” & Doris Day in “The Thrill of It All”. It later gained a second screen and was re-named Eric Black Horse pike Drive-In in 1978. It was closed in the 1980’s. It was owned by the Sameric chain and was notable for its tower, topped by a black horse.
A Postal Service distribution facility now occupies part of the site.
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