Nashua Drive-In

144 Daniel Webster Highway,
Merrimack, NH 03054

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Previous Names: Merrimac Drive-In

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Nashua Drive-In

The Merrimac Drive-In was opened May 26, 1950 with Mark Stevens in “Oh, You Beautiful Doll” & Gene Autry in “The Big Sombrero”. It was operated by J.E. Bronstein. By 1955 it had been renamed Nashua Drive-In and was operated by J.E. Bronstein & Daytz Theatre Ent. of Boston, MA.

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dallasmovietheaters on August 15, 2015 at 12:20 pm

The Merrimack Drive-In Theater launched May 26, 1950 with “Oh You Beautiful Doll” and “The Big Sombrero.“ The theater was launched as an independent operated by business partners Morris LIffman, Joseph Bronstein, and Sidney & Henry Kessler. After just one season, the Graphic Theaters Circuit took on the Merrimack on April 19, 1951 they opened for the season under the name Nashua Drive-In Theater which it held until its closing.

TomMc11 on April 30, 2018 at 11:42 am

144 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, New Hampshire is the address that should point to this ozoner. That is the location of the aerial that someone uploaded, it is from 1978.

jimkvt on May 27, 2023 at 4:07 pm

I took a stroll around the lot today and, other than the shape of the clearing, there is no evidence of the drive-in. I looked in case there was a foundation or slab left behind from the snack bar building, but nothing.

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