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Drive-In Theaters >> North Flint Drive-In Theatre


Address: 6101 N. Saginaw St
City: Mount Morris State: MI Zip: 48458 Phone:  
County: Genesee
Notes: AKA Flint Drive-In
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Open: 1948 (5-27-48) AD Closed: 1966  
Capacity: 760
Owner History: Ulmer, Gordon and Berne, Mt. Morris Drive-In Corp.
Number of visits to this page since Sept 2013: 8838
 
 

2/3/2011 - Rodney Kurtz
My family moved to Beecher in 1964, right after President Kennedy died, and we moved into a house right across from the theater on Saginaw st. Right next door to the north was a little grocery store called Ma's and it was attatched to a little garage called Sy's auto repair. On the week end I would sneek through the exit gate and play on the swings and slide, right up front of the screen. The most memorable movie that I watched was Elvis Presely in the movie Viva Los Vagas. When they were closed on the week days, Me and my brother Dennis would climb up a ladder built into the inside of the screen and climb onto the top roof of the screen. We could see all over the Beecher area. That next summer they closed. I sure had a lot of good times back then I'll remember forever. We moved to Mt. Morris in 1966.
3/17/2005 - Cactus Bob (Bobby Peacock)
For the record, the building on the site of the North Flint is a long-abandoned Kmart.
12/18/2003 - Box Office Magazine
June 15, 1959 - Robert O. Fredley and Louis Warrington of the US-23 and North Flint Drive-Ins at Flint were the booking team of the week, visiting local exchanges Monday.
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - FROM BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE
FROM BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - VINTAGE SHOT FROM GARY FLINN
VINTAGE SHOT FROM GARY FLINN
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - THE NORTH FLINT NOW FROM GARY FLINN
THE NORTH FLINT NOW FROM GARY FLINN
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - SCREEN 1950
SCREEN 1950'S
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - AERIAL
AERIAL
North Flint Drive-In Theatre - JUN 9 1953 TWISTER AT THE DRIVE-IN
JUN 9 1953 TWISTER AT THE DRIVE-IN

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