Sunday, December 18, 2016

Blast From The Past

Andy | Sunday, December 18, 2016 | Best Blogger Tips
If you grew up in the greatest generation you will know what this is. 

21 comments:

  1. An open air cinema??? We don't have them here, never seen a movie that way.

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  2. How neat, does it still operate? There are a few left in this area.

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    1. It will reopen when the warm weather returns.

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  3. I miss drive-in movies.
    Where's a guy supposed to make out, anyway?
    😏

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  4. That must include me because I know exactly what this is. I have lots of memories.

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  5. These are few and far between these days. There was always a good deal of excitement about going to a drive-in theater, but have not been to one in more than 30 years.

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  6. I'm surprised you could still find one to photograph!!

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  7. I remember going to the drive-ins in the 70s and early 80s. Had to attach the speakers to the window. I wonder how many are still around today function as something else.

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  8. We still have one in Ocala and it is still in business although we've never patronized the place.

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  9. The excellence of the drive-in has always eluded me--- Except that they are a wonderful representation of our society in the 50's. Another nice shot, Andy.

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  10. I know what it is, but the layering or filtering is pretty interesting.

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  11. We still have an operating drive-in right here in my community. People come from a distance, to watch double/triple features in the summertime.

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  12. Ah! I know what that is, it's lovely to see one of yours as there are not many left here in Australia at all.

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  13. I miss drive-in movies, both from a viewing and a photographic stand point.

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  14. Great! There are precious few of these left in the world. I remember sneaking in by hiding in the trunk or driving in the back way with no headlights on.

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  15. One has been resurrected in our area with six screens. Kinda of like flipping the t.v. remote I suppose.

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  16. I see from one of your replies that it'll be open again in spring. I can only think of a couple in southern Ontario.

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  17. Not many of these bad boys left in the States. I see one occasionally when traveling, but we don't have one in my area.

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