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    What an idea! Nifty places to take dates, and affordable for family night at the movies. Ah... Those were the days!

  • Donna Dovey

    Drive In movies. We only went a couple times when I was a kid, but it was such a treat. When I was older, I worked at one in Dallas, OR. Great memories.

  • Karen

    A Stroll Down Memory Lane The Drive in Movies...freeeeeeze to death or wilt in the summer heat,but we loved to go!

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

Drive ins are a classic! And never having to leave your vehicle is nice too.