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Collection by Jeff Svajdlenka • Last updated 8 days ago


1960's Drive in Movie Intermissions

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Waco Drive-In in Waco, TX

The Waco Drive-In was opened in 1946. By 1955 it was operated by Lone Star Theatres. It was later managed by Oscar Cranford. I found this informa...

Silver Moon Drive-In Theatre - Lakeland, FL

The Silvermoon Drive-In Theatre opened on April 14, 1948, and was the first drive-in theatre to open in Lakeland, Florida. It was built, owned & operated by I. Q. Mize and M. G. Waring. Mr. Mise & Mr. Waring continued to operate the Silvermoon until 1952, when it was sold to Carl Floyd, owner of Floyd Theatres, a chain of successful drive-in and indoor theatres operating in Florida. Mr. Floyd immediately made several improvements to the Silvermoon, including building the modern concession…

Where Do Old Drive-In Movie Theatres Go After They Die ....

Popcorn and candy that always tasted great, sitting in the back sit, making out with your date. Sounds through small speakers so hard to hear. Wishing those good times were still here. My thanks to Jack, AKA, Spike428 for the photo use of his hot rods. His photo stream can be found here: Best viewed at the largest size. Hot Rod Art by Rat Rod Studios, © Rat Rod Studios, 2011. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED WORLDWIDE. NOT TO BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT…

The Lemon Drop Drive-In

Read 27 tips and reviews from 372 visitors about burgers, lemon coke and family-friendly. "Their cheeseburgers are to die for they come on toast..."

Hartford Drive-In

History of Hartford Drive-In with photographic documentation and urban exploration accounts by Tom Kirsch.

Smut at the Drive In – Heating Up the Screens and Steaming Up the Car Windows

11-5-82, Hendersonville, TN – No censored titles here! Sadly, this was near the end of this DI’s life. It’s time to go back to the Drive In when the Sleaze was all night long and …

Tower Drive-In Ad – March 4, 1955

Back when drive-in movie theaters were young, it was apparently a big deal when they reopened for the season. Ads like the one above for the Tower Drive-in – which ran in the Lorain Journal on March 4, 1955 – were pretty common. March 4th seems kind of early to kick off the drive-in season. I posted the Tower Drive-in's 1956 Grand Reopening ad here. That's a pretty unusual double feature – Women's World (1954) and Siege at Red River (1954). Something for both sexes I guess. If you've got the…

Vintage drive-in theaters plus Alabama's fly-in cinema

Alabama was home to more than 60 drive-ins during their heyday and during a brief resurgence in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

WTvF! - Digital Grindhouse & Drive-In

WTvF! Grindhouse and Drive-In: #1 in exploitation movies on youtube. Your portal to over 15,000 FULL FREE MOVIES! We specialize in exploitation films and ou...

Drive-in theater, Highway 81, Waco, Texas

Drive-in theater, Highway 81, Waco, Texas by Steve Fitch. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest and most inclusive collections of art made in the United States.

Greenbriar Picture Shows

Classic movie site with rare images (no web grabs!), original ads, and behind-the-scenes photos, with informative and insightful commentary. We like to have fun with movies!