Merritt Island Drive-In
323 E. Merritt Island Causeway,
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Previously operated by: Talgar Theatre Company
Previous Names: Cocoa Drive-In
Located on the south side of beach highway about one and a half miles from down-town Cocoa. The Merritt Island Drive-In was opened on June 5, 1952 with Betty Grable in “Wabash Avenue” & Gene Autry in “Gene Autry and the Mounties”. In late-summer of 1954 it was renamed Cocoa Drive-In. In 1959 it reverted back to its original name Merritt Island Drive-In. It had a capacity for 350 cars and was owned by Talgar Theatre Company. It was closed in late-1967 or early 1968.
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