1959 Remco Movieland Drive-In Theater.  I played with this toy for hours when I was five years old.

1959 Remco Movieland Drive-In Theater - The TV commercial had a young Patty Duke playing with this.

1960 drive in theater | Drive-In Theater New England Memories

Drive In Movie Theater Memories

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The Drive in

Which Decade Should You Have Been Born In?

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).

The Sci-Fi at Disney-Hollywood Studios!  We waited forever the last time we went, but it's ok because the scenery is great, and the a/c is always welcomed on a hot FL day! cool love drive ins

A World of Disney Dining: Food Fun Facts from Walt Disney World Resort

Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater, Echo Lake, Disney*s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World Resort--Ah yes, my drive in

My funniest memory was going to the concession stand and then returning, only to get into what I thought was my boyfriend's car, but discovering an elderly man behind the wheel.  My boyfriend was sitting in his car one row back laughing like crazy.

Dreaming of drive-ins; what are your fondest memories of cinema under the stars?

Drive-In Theater at San Fransisco by Allan Grant.I miss the drive-in movie theater that used to be near our home.

Disney Dining Review: Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant | Guru Travel-An Authorized Disney Vacation Planner

Disney Dining Review: Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

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

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

50s Drive-In Theaters -

50s Drive-In Theaters

What made drive-in so popular for nights out? Why do we still love the idea of drive-in theaters? Get inspired by our collection of drive-ins.

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

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