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Las Vegas Drive-In Theatre

 

The marquee of the Las Vegas Drive-In, 4150 Carey Ave in North Las Vegas.  The drive-in opened on Janaury 7, 1966.

 

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The marquee at night. 

  

The entrance and ticket booths.  Drive-ins have become an endangered species across the American landscape. 

 

The drive-in is a favorite place for local and visitors--just as many out-of-state plates can be seen as Nevada. 

 
 

The concession stand is always a fun place to visit during a double feature. 

 
 

A look inside the Concession building. 

 
  

One of six movie screens at the Las Vegas Drive-In. 

 

The concession and projection building--located at the center of the five screen complex.  Nothing like a big bucket of buttered popcorn, a large coke, a warm summer nighttime breeze, and a movie!

 
 

One of the other screens at the drive-in.

 

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