Hundreds attend final show at the Starlite
Two and half hours before the start of the show, in a tiny threelight room filled with names of past drive-inn managers written on the wall, Jeff Logan threaded “Despicable Me 2” through the projector to be the last film played at Mitchell’s Starlite Drive-in.
A routine Logan, owner of the Starlite, has done hundreds of times since buying the drive-in in 1976.
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