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139 Norfolk St
Manhattan (New York) NY

Record #42644  
 Opened: 2007
 Closed: 2008
 Current Use:
Capacity: 6 seats
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:

Billed as the world's smallest drive-in theatre, DRV-IN was actually set up indoors in a storefront. A 1965 Ford Falcon was parked inside which seated six people and could be had for $75 per night. There was a movie screen where films would be projected and a full concession stand as well. This was intended to be a temporary location while a more permanent location was found, but a while message on the DRV-IN website dated in 2009 suggests renovations and a reopening, this never occurred.


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Last featured 7/21/2012. Last edited 7/21/2012.

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