North 29 Drive-In

3615 N. Tryon Street,
Charlotte, NC 28206

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Previously operated by: Dixie Drive-In Theatres, H.B. Meiselman Theaters

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North 29 Drive-In

This was one of Charlotte’s nine drive-ins. It opened on May 25, 1948 with Dennis Morgan in “The Time, The Place and The Girl” and had a capacity for 550-cars. It was closed on January 2, 1973 with Ashley Brooks in “Shantytown Honeymoon” (aka “Honey Britches) & "City Slicker at the Opry”.

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rivest266 on January 19, 2020 at 11:35 am

The North 29 Drive-In was opened by Dixie drive-ins with “The Time The Place and the Girl” on May 25th, 1948

North 29 Drive-In openingNorth 29 Drive-In opening Tue, May 25, 1948 – 10 · The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina) ·

MichaelKilgore on January 17, 2023 at 8:24 pm

The last ad I could find for the North 29 in the Charlotte Observer was on Jan. 2, 1973, for the double feature of “Shantytown Honeymoon” and “City Slicker at the Opry”.

At the time, the North 29 was advertising in a block with the Queen, the Albemarle Road, and the South 29. On Jan. 3, those three appeared in the Observer without the North 29.

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