Houma Drive-In

Victoria Davis-Abad Staff

The Houma Drive-In Theater operated from June 30, 1950 into the 1980s and could accommodate 300 cars, according to the Cinema Treasures website. The theater was owned by the Bijou Amusement Company, a movie theater business headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.

The drive-in theater closed in 1980 and was replaced with a Thibodaux-based Rouses supermarket.

1950s Newspaper, Houma Drive-In Schedule
A Houma Drive-In movie schedule in a 1950s local newspaper.

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