Source: Howard Parks
Update Summer 2022: Has since reopened as the Highway 2 Community Drive-In, and is a non-profit. Ran by the UP Film Union. Concessions are usually handled by local non-profit organizations. Usually shows classic movies. URL for drive-in site is http://www.upfilmunion.org/.
Source: David Vaughan
This theater was built and opened in 1953 by J. L. LeDuc who also operated the Cedar and Oak Theaters in Manistique. The drive in opened as the US-2 Drive in and changed to Cinema Two in 1972 when LeDuc sold it to David Vaughan who operated it along with a new hard top, Cinema One. Vaughan sold both theaters to William Giles in 1995, the drive in was closed in 2001.
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