They are for the crowd that knew the bars, clubs, restaurants and music of the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's. They are reminders of the best of times spent with family and friends at the best places, those places, back then.

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Beverly Drive-In Theatre - Hattiesburg

Miniature golf course at the Beverly Drive-In Theatre

Beverly Drive-In Theatre on Highway 49 in Hattiesburg

Mississippi Memories

The Beverly Drive-In Theatre burned down on October 30, 2010

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Beverly Drive-In Theatre was constructed in 1948 as a cinema structure in Forrest County, Mississippi. The main screen measured 105 feet by 75 feet (32 meters by 23 meters), and the theatre contained a paved parking area for 500 cars. The back of the screen tower held a display of neon lights that denoted the Beverly logo with a moon and shooting stars. The original owners built their family home beneath the main screen.

In 2007, the Mississippi Heritage Trust listed the Beverly Drive-In as one of the ten most endangered historic places in Mississippi. The theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 30, 2008.

The theatre operated from 1948 through 1987, and periodically for special events, into 2005, when Hurricane Katrina caused significant damage to the screen and buildings. In 2005, it was the oldest drive-in theatre still operating in Mississippi.

The Beverly Drive-In Theatre burned to the ground on October 30, 2010.

Mississippi Retro Apparel are wearable flashbacks from years gone by.