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. This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington. Drive-in theaters were extremely popular during the late and early but unfortunately, many of them now look like this one, a drive-in graveyard.

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To think of all the Drive ins that have closed down. I want for a backyard theater Picture of Bluetooth Retro Yard Sound

Los Angeles, July 22, 1949. Photograph by J.R. Eyerman.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime

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. Eyerman, I miss drive-ins

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Awesome drive-in themed home theater in an Orlando vacation villa! Check out those cool seats! alles für Ihren Stil - www.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime ~ The first drive-in movie theater opened in Camden, New Jersey, on June 6, 1933. At the height of their popularity in the 1950s and 60s there were roughly 4,000 drive-in theaters across America compared to only a few hundred today. This photo was taken in Chicago, 1951 - LIFE magazine.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime

Drive-in Theater, Chicago, 1951. Spring Fever was a Terrytoon cartoon starring Gandy Goose.

Drive-in Theater, Chicago, 1951. Spring Fever was...

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 theaters. This image from LIFE magazine for a showing of The Ten Commandments. (The drive-in in Las Vegas is still open and doing well).

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