3700 South Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: H.B. Meiselman Theaters
Previous Names: South 21 Drive-In
Located on Pineville Road (today South Boulevard). The 21 South Drive-In was opened on August 4, 1949 with Clark Gable in “San Francisco”. It was operated by the H.B. Meiselman Ct., initially with a capacity for 100 cars. By 1951 with a 400 car capacity it was operated by T.A. Little. By 1955 it was operated by Corbin Smith.
It was renamed the Queen Drive-In on December 21, 1962 screening Elvis Presley in “Girls!, Girls!, Girls!” & James Cagney in “Never Steal Anything Small”. It was closed in the late-1970’s and was demolished to make way for the Queen Park Multi-Cinema, which opened in December 1982. It too has also been demolished.
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