Gold Coast Drive-In
1021 S. Federal Highway,
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Opened March 23, 1956 with Lucille Ball in “Forever Darling” & Spencer Tracy in “Bad Day at Black Rock”. It served the then-new suburban communities in Northeast Broward, the Gold Coast Drive-In reportedly accommodated 400 cars. The roadside marquee facing U.S. 1 featured an amusing cartoon gnome, pointing a star-topped neon wand toward the entrance.
Two indoor "mini theaters" were carved out in the base of the drive-in screen by the early-1970’s (when the Ultra-Vision Twin opened nearby). Closed Thanksgiving weekend 1978 to make way for the Rivertowne Square shopping center which was built in 1979.
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