to the earlier Hager Drive-In at Williamsport,
it operated from 1966 to 1986. A twin-screen indoor
house was built next door in 1970 and co-operated with
the drive-in; it was expanded to 10 screens in 1988.
Early in 2006, American Family Entertainment (of local
Mason-Dixon Drive-In fame) took over the combined property,
and went about the task of reopening the long-dormant drive-in
in addition to the now-open indoor. The screen is gone from
the drive-in, so initially movies were seen on the inflatable
screen that was in use at the Mason-Dixon and later the Bowie
Baysox DI. More information is contained in this local news article.
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Click here to see the 1985 USGS map depicting the Hager and
Click here to see a 1988 aerial photo of the drive-in.
Photo taken early 1992.
Snack bar/projection building, just beyond edge of present parking lot.
Formerly the drive-in marquee. Above 2 photos taken in February 2000.
Below photos from April 2006, courtesy of
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