Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Drive in movie theaters

  • when more that 5,000 drive-in movie theaters dotted the American landscape. On June 6, 1933, Richard Hollingshead Jr. opened the first drive-in theater on Crescent Boulevard in Camden, New Jersey. Except he didnt call it a drive-in theater.
  • (The Christian Science Monitor)
  • Hollingshead debuted the Park-In Theaters in Camden 79 years ago today — launching America's eventual mid-century passionate fascination with the drive-in theater.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Todays Google doodle celebrates the first drive-in theater, opened on June 6, 1933, by Richard Hollingshead Jr. The Doodle plays like a movie, slowly panning over During drive-in theaters heyday in the 50s there were as many as 4,000 in the U.
  • (USA Today)
  • Behind the green robot, on the drive-in movie itself, a typical Hitchcockian scene plays They were fodder for the drive-in theaters and Saturday matinees." Next up: Googles secret code.
  • (The Christian Science Monitor)
  • It is amazing but the drive in movie theaters still do exist. After doing some searching. There are a few drive in movie theaters locally.
  • (Examiner)
  • That milestone occurred June 6, 1933 in Camden, N.J. when Richard Hollingshead Jr. launched the first drive-in theater only three weeks after patenting his idea.
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  • With many nowadays solely relying on their laptops and Netflix to watch movies, drive-in movie theaters have become a relic of the past for the latest generation.
  • (International Business Times)
  • I think drive-in theaters are very special, unique among screening experiences. Its one of the reasons Tim Leagues Rolling Roadshow through the Alamo Drafthouse is so inspirational.
  • (HitFix)
  • you probably noticed that todays Google Doodle pays tribute to the the 79th anniversary of the first drive-in movie theater. It just so happens that there are two active drive-in movie theaters here in the Tri-State for you to check out.
  • (WKRC)

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