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Drive In movies - Who could forget these boxes. You could never hear the movie quite right.

Drive In. Wow, great memories here. There is still one where I live that opens each summer.

Drive in Movie. This is how it was done....

Drive-in movies. My parents would put us in our pajamas and load us into the "wayback" of the station wagon with pillows and blankets. We were much more interested in what we could get from the snack bar than we were in the movie, and were usually asleep long before the movie ended.

Drive-in movie I remember the one they had in Chico, CA. My first movie was Jaws and I was scared to death! I miss that old drive-in!!

What’s better than a walk in the moonlight? A movie under the stars, of course. Drive-in theaters have a special cache all their own. Although drive-ins across the country have fallen victim to urban sprawl and hard times, outdoor movies remain a much-beloved part of Wisconsin’s summer fun. Even in the age of multiplex and IMAX, ten drive-ins still operate here.

We'd go in our pajamas, have fresh popped popcorn in a big brown grocery bag, and watch movies til we fell asleep. Then Mom & Dad would drive home and carry us in.

Drive In movies, Wearing our jammies to the drive in, playing on the playground equipment up front while we waited for it to get dark and then eating popcorn out of a greasy brown paper bag that Mom made before we left home.

At their peak, which most experts agree was in 1958, there were almost 5000 drive-ins. Today, there are less than 500 drive-ins operating in the United States.

drive-in movie speaker, my parents popped popcorn at home and made a gallon of coolaid for us to take..