CALHOUN'S LAST PICTURE SHOW? - Silver Screen Goes Dark After 94 Years In 2015


For the first time in 94 years, since 1921 with silent movies
in Grantsville, the silver screen went dark in 2015 at the Mt.
Zion Drive-In, with little hope that the owners can raise $70,000
to go to high-tech digital, which is replacing movie film

See   HISTORIC MT. ZION DRIVE-IN SCREEN GOES DARK - Will Not Open For 63rd Season, A Victim Of Changing Technology

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