This cinema & shopping-plex have been closed for awhile.
This Joy Theatre (the 2nd with that name in town) was opened on November 23, 1949 with Anne Baxter in “You’re My Everything”. It was closed on May 18, 1980 with Pam Grier in “Foxy Brown” & “Lips and McCain”. ~ Cinema Treasures
Pink Cadillac Drive In
The Pink Cadillac used to have its own web site, and here’s what it said in 2009, before it was abandoned: Ed Worley built the drive-in in the late 1950s and named it the Bel Air. Clement and Mary Warren operated it until the mid-80s. Lisa and Donald Forrester purchased the Bel Air in 1992. The Forresters built a new screen, replaced the projection equipment, and installed FM radio sound. Finally, they made it all pink and gave the drive-in its new name. In 2000, the Forresters sold the Pink Cadillac to Leslie and Melissa Curtis. Carload - America's Drive-In News
Lost Drive In Theater
This lost & forgotten drive in theater in south Mississippi is hidden by the woods & a patch of bamboo! The screen on the other side of the structure is gone. It's just an opening now & it actually is somebody's yard over there, so I didn't approach it. It was opened prior to 1955, but I am unsure exactly what date it was.