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    • Raffaella Savignano

      Drive in Theater DRIVE IN MOVIES WERE SO FUN BACK IN 50`S AND 60`S.. BIG BAGS OF HOMEMADE POPCORN AND 2 OR 3 GALLONS OF KOOLAID, FOR PARENTS AND 6 KIDS.. MA AND PA KETTLE EVERY SAT NIGHT. THEN STOP AT DAIRY QUEEN AND 5 CENT ICE CREAM CONES..

    • Cloud 9 Pinups

      Who doesn't enjoy the Drive-In? Don't let the Drive inn movie go extinct! Go to http://projectdrivein.com/ to help!

    • Clem Reiss

      Drive-In Theater in San Francisco, 1948, photo by Allan Grant. I remember speaker hooked on car window but maybe not here.

    • G T

      Drive-In Theatre in San Francisco, 1948. Photograph by Allan Grant.

    • Joey Harkelroad

      Drive-In theater at San Francisco 1948. Popular back in the '40s.

    • Billie

      Drive-In Theater, San Francisco 1948 http://t.co/OKqU2AvpTQ

    • Shweiki Media Printing Company

      #black#white#cars#repetition#drive#in#drivein#thedays

    • Mikaela Clarke

      Drive-in movie theater in San-Francisco, 1948

    • Suzanne Graham

      movies at the Moonlight Drive In…1950"s

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