Bolero Drive-In

Highway 27,
Kerrville, TX 78029

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Previous Names: Kerrville Drive-In

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Bolero Drive-In

Located on the 1350 block of Highway 27. The Bolero Drive-In was opened in summer of 1948. Closed in 1989, had capacity for 400 cars.

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kencmcintyre on June 10, 2009 at 10:47 pm

Here is a March 1959 ad from the Kerrville Times:

kencmcintyre on January 22, 2010 at 4:54 pm

Homicide at the Bolero in June 1979:

Silicon Sam
Silicon Sam on January 22, 2010 at 5:31 pm

Address should be in the 1350 block of Junction Hwy. Next door to you guessed it, another Wal-Mart. But not on the old drive-in lot, but next to it. Between McDonalds and Culvers.


jwmovies on September 11, 2012 at 2:50 am

Approx. address was 1304 Junction Highway (now CiCi’s Pizza).

50sSNIPES on July 16, 2020 at 12:50 pm

R.E (Bob) Neves Opened The Bolero Drive-In In The Summer Of 1948.

However, This Theater Is Noted To Be One Of The Dangerous Drive-Ins In The State Of Texas As A State Headline For A Homicide At The Kerrville Drive-In Only Appeared A Few Times In Many Newspapers In Texas.

In June Of 1979, A Lady Ticket-Taker Who Worked At The Kerrville Drive-In Was Beaten Up, Burned, And Murdered At Her Job By Randy Lynn Woolls, 29 Of Medina, During A Robbery-Slaying Incident. Later In October 1979, Randy Is Plead Guilty By The Juries In San Angelo Due To The Killing Of The Ticket-Taker, Served 7 Years In Prison, And Randy Was Executed On August 22nd, 1986.

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