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The West Point Drive-In opened on July 1, 1955 with Kirk Douglas in “2,000 Leagues Under the Sea”. It was originally part of Midwest Theatres, then Butterfield and finally operated by Mid-States until its closing. No closing date listed. The ozoner had a car capacity listed at 800 with a single screen. It has since been demolished.