Fort Worth Twin Drive-In
1931 Bomar Avenue,
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Architects: Harvey A. Jordan
Previous Names: Twin Drive-In
The Twin Drive-In opened July 15, 1953 with Edmond O'Brien in “Cowboy Country” & Leo Gorcey in “Jalopy” showing on both screens. It was operated by H.S. Leon of Leon Theatres Ct. Following a renovation in August 1967, it reopened with Sandy Dennis in “Up the Down Staircase” & Tony Curtis in “Not With My Wife You Don’t” on screen 1 and Sean Connery in “You Only Live Twice” & James Garner in “Duel at Diablo” on screen 2. Later operated by Lone Star Theaters Inc. and Stanley-Warner Theatres, it was closed in 1979.
Driving on I-30 on the east side of Fort Worth, until recent years, the twin screens facing each other were clearly visible with a forest of small trees growing where the parking used to be.
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