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The Big MO Celebrates 70th Anniversary Season



Richard Boaz is glad he has a theme to build around this season.

“This is our 70th anniversary, and it’s the best year to do it. I have a feeling we’ll be showing a lot of retro movies,” said Boaz, who along with wife, Lisa, owns of the Monetta Drive-In, better known by its nickname, The Big MO....

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  1. A drive in theater like this in Columbia Co would be a big hit with citizens. Covid has effectively eliminated regular movie theaters. A privately owned and run drive in theater would be a huge success in my opinion…great family activity. I’m old enuf to remember Skyview; Forest Hills; Hill Top and other drive in theaters.

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