Highlander Drive-In

4331 Antelope Road,
Sacramento, CA 95843

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Previously operated by: Blumenfeld Theater Circuit

Previous Names: Hi-Lander Drive-In

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Highlander Drive-In

Originally in North Highlands. Now part of Antelope an unincorporated area of Sacramento. The Hi-Lander Drive-In opened on April 13, 1961 with Cary Grant in “Houseboat”, Dean Martin in “All in a Night’s Work” & Peter Cushing in “Horror of Dracula”. It was closed 1975. Owned by Blumenfeld Theaters. The Highlander Drive-In site is now residences and Walgreens.

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rivest266 on May 4, 2019 at 12:36 pm

This opened on October 13th, 1961 as the Hi-Lander Drive-In. Grand opening ad posted.

kennerado on December 7, 2019 at 2:40 am

The streets where the drive-in was are named after golden age actors like Hepburn, Garbo, Bogart etc.

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