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Wisconsin Movie Theater Directory

Indoor Movie Theaters

Goetz Theatre - Monroe - www.goetzskyvu.com/GOETZ_THEATRE/GOETZ_HOME.html

Schubert's Luxury 10 Theatre - Beloit - www.schuberttheatres.com/beloit

Stoughton Cinema Cafe - Stoughton - www.stoughtoncinemacafe.com

Outdoor Movie Theaters

Big Sky Drive In Theatre - Wisconsin Dells - www.bigskydrivein.com

Chilton Twilight Drive In Theater - Chilton - www.getreelcinemas.com/chilton-drive-in/

Field of Scenes - Freedom - www.fieldofscenes.biz

Highway 18 Outdoor Theatre - Jefferson - www.highway18.com

The first time I can remember going to an outdoor theater was in Monroe with my mom, dad and sisters to see "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". I was really young. My parents wanted to see it, but by the time it came on (it was the second movie) my sisters were sleeping and I was to follow shortly after them.

As a kid, the Highway 18 Outdoor Theatre was were I spent many a night watching movies with my sisters. We lived right in front of the outdoor theater, my parents knew the owner, so we would take a 6-pack of beer down to him, and we got in free to see the movies sitting on the grass in front of the projection building. The projectionist would put out a speaker through the window and us kids would spend the night watching movies.

One windy summer day, the old screen blew down, it was wood and most likely rotted. It did not take too long for a screen company to put up a new one so the movies could continue.

The Highway 18 Outdoor Theatre has many great memories. I am happy it is still showing movies.
Mark

Moonlight Outdoor Theater - Shawano - www.shawanocinema.com/content/Moonlight+Outdoor+Theater

Sky-Vu - Monroe - www.goetzskyvu.com/SKY-VU/SKY-VU_HOME.html

The first time I can remember going to an outdoor theater was in Monroe with my mom, dad and sisters to see "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". I was really young. My parents wanted to see it, but by the time it came on (it was the second movie) my sisters were sleeping and I was to follow shortly after them.

We left the Monticello farm when I was 10, but we did see many movies at the Sky-Vu outdoor theater all us kids tucked in the back seat of the old Ford.
Mark

Skyway Drive In Theatre - Fish Creek - www.doorcountydrivein.com

Stardust Twin Drive In Theater - Chetek - www.stardustdriveinmovie.com

Starlite 14 - Richland Center - www.richlandmovies.com


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