10900 Lambert International Boulevard,
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The Skyline Drive-In was opened June 21, 1950 with a capacity of 600 cars. Located on Natural Bridge Road across from Lambert Field Airport.
The theatre was built and operated by Ray Parker who leased it to Herbert Hartstein in 1958. It was Labor Day 1958 when the theatre’s screen was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. The audience saw firemen at work instead of a movie that evening. It was thought the venue might not reopen as it was known Lambert Field would be expanding onto the site, but it did reopen in October and operated until its closure on January 31, 1960. The land was then used for an expansion of the airport.
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