Day 35 – Goochland Drive In Movie Theater
return of the jedi was the last movie I saw at a drive in theater. We sat on the top of an old green station wagon.
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Goochland Drive In Theatre - follow their fanpage on FB. Very affordable and frequently showing double features of new releases.
return of the jedi was the last movie I saw at a drive in theater. We sat on the top of an old green station wagon.
Virginia still have 7 drive-in movie theaters! Check them out here.
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Goochland Drive-in - near Richmond, VA
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Last night my family and I visited the Goochland Drive in Movie Theater. It was such a great experience I decided to make it my post today. The theater is located on 10 acres just off I64 in Hadensville. Don't be fooled (like I was), the theater is about 20 minutes past the I64/288 intersection so leave enough time…
Goochland Drive-In Theater
Drive-In Movie Theater; Old School Screen Graphics. #Vintage #Retro
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Drive-In Movie Theater ....if you can make it to.. Essex in Maryland come bring the kids to Bengies Drive Inn they will have the time of there life not to mention that if you bring your old time cars you get in cheaper :) youll see lots of cars and they have a little park to play on infront of the screen still old time lots of food :)
*Drive-In Movie Theater Screen Graphics - I can still hear them singing, "Let's all go to the lobby..."
Drive-In Movie Theater; Old School Screen Graphics.
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Drive-In Movie Theater, loved the drive-in
Drive in movie memories with Mommy!
Drive-In Theater Screen Graphics
Drive-In Theater Speakers
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used to show the simplicity of drive in theaters which were big in the 50's since you could watch a movie from the confort of your car.
simplex drive-in theater speakers 1949 by Captain Geoffrey Spaulding, via Flickr / VINTAGE AD
Take a Brief Intermission to Appreciate the Vanishing Drive-In Theater
I loved sitting right next to the speakers. Drive-In Theater Speakers
Drive-In Theater Speakers ~ miss the drive-ins...
Vintage Ad for Simplex Drive-In Theater Speakers
wonderful memories of going to a Drive-In movie!
Drive-In theater speakers, love the graphics
Simplex Drive-In Theater Speakers Vintage Ad
Drive in theater
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I love the drive ins! I remember hiding under a blanket to get in free, oh the good times! Lol
I loved going to the drive-in movies! Not many of them around any more. :(
images of 60s drive ins | Drive-ins...
Do you remember the 60's,70's & 80's
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take a stroll down memory lane :)
Good ole days at the drive in
Remember when pizzas were not delivered to your home, but milk, ice and coal were? Then you must be of a certain age
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Drive in theater. They need to bring them back it would be exciting for the future generation.
Take a Brief Intermission to Appreciate the Vanishing Drive-In Theater
Vintage Photos of Drive-In Theaters from LIFE - Lomography
Take a Brief Intermission to Appreciate the Drive-In Theater | Petrolicious
Lomography - Vintage Photos of Drive-In Theaters from LIFE
For cinephiles from many decades past, fun summer nights mean heading out and driving to the nearest drive-in theater to watch the latest flicks. Allow us to
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A drive-in theater is a form of cinema structure consisting of a large outdoor movie screen, a projection booth, a concession stand and a large parking area for. Description from nothingsky.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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drive-in movie theater...first date with my husband..we actually watched the movie lol lol
I used to love going to outdoor movies childhood-memories-makes-me-smile
Drive-in Movie Theater. lots of memories from the drive-in...
1950's Drive In Movie Theatre, a Ford and a Chevy
drive-in movie theater. on the bucket list.
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Dinner at the drive-in movie theater, 1952
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Dinner at the drive-in movie theater, 1952. The one mid-century item I do indeed fully mourn is the drive-in theater.
Dinner at the drive-in movie theater, 1952. I remember drive-ins, but it was later than '52.
nickdrake: Drive In Movie Theater (1952).
Drive In Movie Theater (1952).
“Dinner at the drive-in movie theater, 1952.”
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Abandoned Drive-In Theater [Washington] This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington. Drive-in theaters were extremely popular during the late '50s and early '60s, but unfortunately, many of them now look like this one, a drive-in graveyard.
Abandoned Drive-In Theater [Washington] This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington. Drive-in theaters were extremely popular during the late '50s and early '60s.
Abandoned Drive-In Theater [Washington] This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington.
Trouble Feature: 10 Abandoned Drive-In Movie Theaters
An abandoned drive-in movie theater.
Abandoned places and things
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1950s couple making out at a drive-in movie theater in Ohio. Scenes like this were fairly common, earning drive-ins the nickname "passion pit".
I have this photo-card on my wall. I see it every time I leave my bedroom. Love. fuckyeahvintage-retro: A couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater. Ohio, 1950s
1950s couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater in Ohio This is the downside of not owning a car, Kay thinks.
1950s couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater in Ohio. Did anyone even know they showed movies at the Drive-In?
1950s couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater . Downside - no more drives ins, not to mention, what about the counsel on todays cars
A couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater. Ohio, 1950s AAAAH bench seats!
A couple making out at the Drive-In movie theater. Ohio, 1950’s
Front seat memories?
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Drive in theater speakers
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The drive-in movie theater ... oh the memories! And no, they weren't dirty ones because I was still a kid. lol ;)
Drive-In Reminiscing I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota.
Throw back to the 60's, 70's and 80's maybe even the 90's but definitely not the 00's!!! #60's #80's #retro #oldiebutgoodie
We went to the drive-in theater in Decorah in the late 70's early 80's. Good times!
Speakers at the drive in....Reminds me of the Judean Drivein!
Baby Boomers know me! Drive-in movies were so much fun!
What is it? ___________________ Today's Quiz: What IS This Contraption Pictured Above: A. Mitt Romney's Heart B. Mitt Romney's Communication System to the Planet Kolob C. Mitt Romney D. Drive-in Movie Speakers _________________________ Answer: Drive-in Movie Speakers Once upon a time Drive-In Movie (outdoor theaters) were attended by millions of people on a weekly basis. They had their heyday in the 1950's, and by the 70's most were gone. Popcorn, candy and soda pop concessions were usually found at the base of huge screens where "creature" movies usually played. "The Creature From the Black Lagoon" and all the "GODZILLA" movies were shown with crackly speakers sounding out bad dialog that no one payed much attention to. Most of us didn't go to "drive-ins" to watch a movie anyway. "Drive-Ins" were where many of us who grew up in the 50's got our 'sex educations'. "First Base-Second Base-Third Base", and if we got really lucky, "HOME-RUN" SEX! When most of us left the "Drive-IN" we usually did so with wet, stained under wear that we washed ourselves because we didn't want our parents knowing what really happened at the "Drive-IN. Too much information? Maybe. But some of our memories are stirred by those old speakers. If you were born after 1970, you probably didn't have a clue as to what that contraption was. Now you know! It's a sex education instrument used by your parents and grand parents. You have computers and virtual games. We had "Drive-INS" that provided direct hands-on training. J.
I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota. I have both past and present memories of going to the drive-in!! I recall the drive-in in my hometown and my best memory, as a teen, was seeing the movie “Halloween.” The movie is where Jamie Lee Curtis first came on to the scene as an actress. “Halloween” was probably the first horror movie I remember seeing at the drive-in theater. It was pretty creepy watching it in the outdoors, where possibly, Michael Myers was stalking our car. Then that eerie music would play in my head and he’d jump in the car at any moment where I’d be his next victim. It could happen…yeah, it REALLY could!! Another hometown drive-in moment was going there for my high school “Senior Skip Day.” The drive-in was the place to be and hang out. Groups from our senior class would overrun that night with shenanigans and, of course, the classic attempt had to be done – a couple of us hid in the trunk to get in without paying. Don’t remember if I volunteered for that or if I was nominated! I’m sure I volunteered. Ha! However, I have no idea what movie was playing that night. Yes, I did eventually get out of the trunk!!!! Now, fast forward, to the fairly present when Mister O and I started bringing our kids to the drive-in. It’s a great nostalgic family night out! We’d pack up the hamburgers and hot dogs then grill from the tailgate before the movie started. We’d load up on snacks and bring out the blankets and pillows to pile in the back of our pick-up where the kids would snuggle in for a three movie extravaganza. We’d make bets on who would fall asleep first. It was usually me or, occasionally, Mister O would reach dreamville before me. Though, I don’t think any of us have ever made it to the beginning of the third movie. My daughter, who is now a young adult, goes to the drive-in with her friends to make her own fun memories. I think that’s pretty cool. Hopefully, you have wonderful memories of the drive-in and you’re lucky enough to make some new ones before the drive-in experience disappears. Feeling reflective? Here are some memorable movies that have well-known drive-in scenes, Grease and Twister. Oh and don’t forget the opening to the Flinstones TV show. Along with your popcorn and, why not more than just “a square of chocolate,” watch my favorite drive-in scene from Grease. Put your smile on, Laurie O Feel free to share a square!
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abandon drive-in theater...brings back memories
Abandoned drive-in movie theater.
Old Car speaker pole grave yard
The first drive-in movie theater opened in Camden, New Jersey in 1933, and 70 years later the abandoned drive-in movie theaters severely outnumber the drive-ins that are still operational. Movie theat
Those speakers at the drive-in!
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Speakers at the drive-in! They had speakers. Never really saw a entire movie and we had our own sound. lol
The drive-in theater was the creation of Camden, New Jersey, chemical company magnate Richard M. Hollingshead, Jr., whose family owned and operated the R.M. Hollingshead Corporation chemical plant in Camden. In 1932, Hollingshead conducted outdoor theater tests in his driveway at 212 Thomas Avenue in Riverton. After nailing a screen to trees in his backyard, he set a 1928 Kodak projector on the hood of his car and put a radio behind the screen, testing different sound levels with his car windows
Drive in movie theater speakers that would hang on your "roll up and down" window.....
Those speakers at the drive-in! You hooked them over the driver's side window.
Remember those speakers at the drive-in that attached to the car window?
Those speakers at the drive-in, have them for my 69 olds!
I have so many fun memories of the drive-in!!
Best thing on a summer night, besides a fire
Old Everett Drive-In theater and Swap meet.
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. Still use it
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Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. $9.00, via Etsy. Sold these back in 60's. I still use it. MJ
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. $9.00, via Etsy. 60's era. purchased at a second hand store for $1.25
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green, back in 60's. We still use ours to drain spaghetti. Just like mama used to do.
I use mine all the time! Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. $9.00, via Etsy. Sold these back in 60's.
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. $9.00, via Etsy. Ha! I have the one Grandma Haller gave me.
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. We had one of these. The old tupperware was great.
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green...I think my mom still has this!
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green. I have this and still use it.
Vintage Tupperware Colander Jadeite Green by Itsvintagedearshop, $9.00
Remember doing this????
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VHS tapes...my Dad video taped every single game that I played in from 5th grade until I graduated high school...I have so many of these!
VHS tapes =) Though these go beyond "childhood memories" for me, because I still use them to this day ^^;
Recording TV shows & movies on VHS tapes. You had to break off the little tab so they couldn't be recorded over...
Pretty sure my parents are the only people in America that still use VHS tapes!
vhs tapes - especially the yellow one @Marie Petsinger
Labeled VHS tapes. #vhs #vintage #tapes #videos
childhood memories...old vhs tapes!
Videotapes - the original DVR
Remember doing this? #90skid
Landmark Theater on N. Laurel in the fan, used to be called The Mosque built in 1926.
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Landmark Theater. Built in 1926. Used to be called The Mosque because of the architecture and tile-work. A good place to catch off-Broadway musicals.
Landmark Theater used to be called The Mosque.
Landmark Theater on N. Laurel in the fan
Landmark Theater, Richmond Virginia
Landmark Theater in Richmond, Va
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.Modern adaption of Romeo and Juliet, starring Leonard DiCaprio and Claire Danes, 1996. They were the ultimate movie couple of the 90's. Oh Leo.
Romeo + Juliet - My #68 favorite movie (Directed by Baz Luhrman, With Leonardo Dicaprio, and Claire Daines)
Romeo and Juliet (DVD) (the one with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes) I want this. Someone buy it for me lol Birthday, Christmas, whatevs.
Romeo and Juliet starting Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes hit theaters when my friends & I were in the 8th grade and I'll never forget it: The acting! The costumes! The original Shakespearean dialogue! Young Leo at the height of his fame! What a dream it was and still is...❤ Love. -P.S.
Romeo and Juliet featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.
one of my fave movies.....made me memorize the whole movie
One of my all time fav movies - defn need surround sound!
ROMEO AND JULIET (1996 US ONE SHEET) Movie Poster 27" x 40" One Sheet Rolled Single-sided Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, John Leguizamo Director: Baz Luhrmann Year: 1996 Genre: Action, Drama, Romance * Note: This is an Original Movie Poster Print, not a reprint or reproducti
Movie poster (#1 of 2) for William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, John Leguizamo, Harold Perrineau
Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late 40s.
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Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late 40s. #ginger_ale #Canada_Dry #pop #soda #food #ads #1940s
Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late 40s. #ginger_ale #Canada_Dry #pop #soda #food #ads #1940s #Vintage Styles| http://vintage-styles-382.blogspot.com
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale Advertisement from the late 40s
Magazine ad for Bottled Canada Dry (1940s).
Vintage advertising poster
Vintage Canada Dry ad
1948 Canada Dry Vintage Ad "Whenever You're Thirsty"
Vintage style Christmas card. #makeup #ads #vintage #1950s #fifties #elegant #cosmetics #glamour #fashion tags sweet. Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late 40s.
vintage pick-up sticks
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Michael this is for you. I love this cute vintage pick-up sticks packaging. Played this for years as a child.- #vintagetoys #toys60sAnd70s http://accordingtobrian.com/?p=3355
I love this cute vintage pick-up sticks packaging. This was one of my most favorite games to play!!
1950s MAGNETIC PICK UP STICKS vintage game toy canister - loved playing with these
One of the toys I played with at my grandmother's
pick-up sticks - played with these.
Vintage pick-up sticks game
I remember playing this.
Pick-up sticks- fun
AAAAAHHHHHHH! Need! Need!
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I remember this. We never had it, of course, but I always thought it would be cool. I still remember the noise it made as it dispensed the chocolate.
Big Shot Chocolate. I was mesmerized by this, and would beg my mother to buy it!!
View from the Birdhouse: Throwback Thursday - Big Shot Chocolate Syrup
Big Shot Chocolate...omg I had totally forgotten about this!!!
Do you remember this??? I do! Loved it!!!
Big Shot! I recall this stuff! Good, too!
Big Shot Chocolate Squeeky brought this
Big Shot chocolate drink
You know what I love about the Internet, Pinterest, and vintage treasure hunting? There are always surprising things out there that bring back a flood of memories ... like Big Shot chocolate flavored syrup for milk. This syrup was made by Pet Milk in the 1960's and came in a metal can. It had an aerosol type spray mechanism, like Reddi-Whip. Like many 1950's - 1960's packages, it had a cute anthropomorphic design. I recall actually preferring the taste of chocolate milk from the dairy case ... but it was more fun to make chocolate milk with Big Shot as a little kid. Do you remember this syrup?
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