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Georgetown Drive-In
8200 State Road 64
Georgetown, IN
(812) 951-2616  



Star Wars Scooby Doo! Blue's Clues Shrek 2 Herbie Dukes of Hazard Car Cruise In 2006 Pirates Halloween 2006 Dog Days 2007 Spiderman Pirates 3 BALLISTIX Harry Potter Halloween 2007 2008 Pictures WAKY Car Cruise Halloween 2008 Howl-o-ween 2009 Pictures Linda Blair 2009 Halloween 2009 Dog Days 2010 Neon Blue Fright Night 2010 Friday the 13th 2010 WAKY NIGHT 2010 Georgetown Elementary 2010 Horrorfest 2010 Summer 2011 Henry Winkler 60th Anniversary Halloween 2011 Spring 2012 Car Cruise 2012 Labor Day 2012 Drive-In of Terror 2012 Spring 2013 Dog Days 2013 Classic Car Cruise-In 2013 Chucky Bowen Elementary Drive-In of Terror Spring 2014 Car Cruise-In 2014 Summer 2014 Halloween Horror Weekend 2014 Spring 2015 Dog Days 2015 Bo & Luke Duke Horrorfest 2015

June 1957 mailer

This is the monthly movie calendar for June 1957. Notice that at the top it says that the drive-in is one-half-mile East of Georgetown on Highway 64 - now the drive-in is miles to the West of the city limits.

Owner Bill Powell stands next to one of the reels used to feed the feature movie through the projector.

The all-so-important popcorn popper! Don't you wish you had one of these at your house?

The hot fluffy popcorn is ready.

All the snacks to make any movie more pleasurable.

The main entrance to the concession stand.

A close-up of the artwork on the outside walls of the concession stand.

An interesting corner of the concession stand.

The front of the concession stand building and the projector room for screen one.

Inside the concession stand. Notice the classic Pic bug away product poster on the left?

A close-up of the Pic poster.

Doesn't this make you hungry?

A older game machine at the end of the snack bar.

The main feature projector for screen one. Notice the huge vent coming from the top?

The film is kept on this huge reels and are fed up and back down through the projector onto another reel on the opposite side.

This is the lense (top) and audio (bottom) areas of the projector with the covers open.

This is the audio equipment that broadcasts the movie in FM-Stereo quality and also feeds the classic drive-in post-mounted speakers.

Old metal identification tag on the projector.

This is used to test the post speakers and is on the wall in the projector room.

This projector is used to show the cartoons and intermission comercials. It's pretty much a standard school-type projector but with a much brighter bulb.

This is the three-phase box that supplies the electrical power to the main projector.

This is the bulb for the main projector. It costs about $2,000 to replace and burns out about ever five seasons.

This is the side of the main projector all closed up

The main projector and the hole in the wall that it projects through for screen 1.

These are working replacement speakers for the drive-in.

Pizza on the side of the concession stand.

Concession stand

Ticket booth.

No recording equipment allowed!

Front of the ticket booth.

Cars in line waiting to see Star Wars Episode II on opening night.

Another shot of cars waiting in line.

The back of screen one at night.

This welcomes you to the drive-in.

The back on the concession stand. Food to the left, restrooms are to the right.

Another angle.

The concession stand menu board.

All movies are transmitted in FM-Stereo quality for your listening enjoyment.