Bengie's Drive-In Theatre
Bengie's Drive-In is a drive-in theater in Middle River, Maryland. The Theatre claims to have the largest movie screen in the United States, measuring 52 feet high and 120 feet wide. Bengie's opened on June 6, 1956.
Bengie's Drive-In Marquee
|Address||3417 Eastern Boulevard|
Middle River, Maryland
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Bengies was built as part of the Vogel Theatre chain, and was designed by a company owner Jack Vogel.
The venue is still family owned and operated.
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