4th Street Drive-In
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The short-lived 4th Street Drive-In (or Drive-In Theatre as advertised) was operated by J.L. Anderson and was located one mile north of West Helena on Arkansas Route 242 (also known as North 4th Street).
It opened its gates on August 11, 1949 with Louis Hayward in “Walk A Crooked Mile” along with a cartoon, and closed on April 23, 1951 with Lloyd Bridges in “Rocketship X-M” along with a newsreel.
A newer drive-in would later open its doors less than a month later called the Airvue Drive-In(it has its own page on Cinema Treasures)
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