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Drive-In Theaters >> Starlite Drive-In Theatre


Address: 8350 North US 127
City: Addison State: MI Zip: 49220 Phone:  
County: Lenawee
Notes:
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Open: 1954 (6-4-54) AD Closed: N/A  
Capacity:
Owner History: Unknown
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 4739
 
 

4/3/2013 - waterwinterwonderland.com
A man from Flint, mi. - Al Payne- built and owned the drive-in theater. Roy Wheaton would have more info on this.
4/19/2003 - WaterWinterWonderland
A recent site inspection confirmed the location (from local sources) at the address above which is now the site of a gas company. There is also some remnants of ramps and, at the rear of the lot, a large screen foundation and a possible ticket booth. According to local folks, this drive-in closed sometime in the mid to late 1960s. The size of the screen foundation indicates a built-up style screen made of brick and other materials rather than the simpler steel frame screen structures.
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - SCREEN FOUNDATION AGAIN- PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
SCREEN FOUNDATION AGAIN- PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - SCREEN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
SCREEN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - MORE SCREEN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
MORE SCREEN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - MAYBE SIGN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
MAYBE SIGN FOUNDATION - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - RAMPS - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
RAMPS - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - MAYBE TICKET BOOTH - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
MAYBE TICKET BOOTH - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - GAS COMPANY - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
GAS COMPANY - PHOTO FROM WATER WINTER WONDERLAND
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - 1958 AERIAL
1958 AERIAL
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - AERIAL
AERIAL
Starlite Drive-In Theatre - HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE AT THE DRIVE-IN SEPT 21 1963
HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE AT THE DRIVE-IN SEPT 21 1963

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