All but erased from the Southern California landscape decades ago, the drive-in theater is headed for an encore. The Roadium Drive-In in Paramount -- later known as the Paramount Drive-In -- rose from an old cornfield in an era when outdoor theaters stood tall. Now Glenn Bianchi, the son of the theater's founder, is planning to have the refurbished Paramount up and running by early April. It will have new wide screens, state-of-the-art projectors -- and an improved snack bar.
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