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    • Terry Connelly

      pictures of drive in movie theaters from 1950's | 1950 s 1940 s vintage drive in black and white date

    • Modest Mouse Designs

      Photos, Remember, Drive In Movie, Drivein Movie, Vintage, Movie Theater, Los Angels, Things, Photography

    • Berni Kuzemchak

      Drive In movie, rear view of young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible at a drive-in movie theater. - I know this may be corny, but it's on my bucket list

    • pintorestca

      Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater...

    • Cuong Huynh

      Remembering drive-in movies: Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. R. Eyerman, 1949.

    • Elizabeth Murphy

      Young Couple Snuggling in Convertible as They Watch Large Screen Action at a Drive-In Movie Theater Photographic Print by J. R. Eyerman at Art.com

    • M. R.

      Drive In movie, rear view of young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible at a drive-in movie theater. Photo by J.R. Eyerman. Los Angeles, 1949.

    • Sarah Russell

      Go to a drive in movie #drive #in #movie #vintage #black #white

    • janine L

      vintage photo - drive in theatre

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