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The U.S. 23 Twin Drive-In was opened on June 15, 1951 with Chester Lauck in “Dreaming Out Loud” & Boris Karloff in “The Fatal Hour” & Roy Rogers in “Trail of Robin Hood”. It initially was a single screen with a car capacity for 1,250 on its 25 acre site. The screen tower had a 5-room apartment for the manager, and in front of the screen tower was a children's' playground with swings, slides, a merry-go-round and a water tank motor boat ride. The U.S. 23 Drive-In was designed & built by Frank Boomer, and was owned and operated by Louis Warrington and Lee Stallard. It is now the only drive-in in Mundy Township, a rarity in a country with only 800 remaining drive-ins. In 2009, a third screen was added.