Drive-in theaters

a history from their inception in 1933

By Segrave, Kerry

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ISBN
978-0-89950-752-1
Publisher
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c1992.


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Reviewed on January 1, 1993

Drive-in theaters, a uniquely American institution, prospered in the suburbs of the postwar 1950s, when the whole family could go to the movies in that newfound symbol of independence, the automobile. Subsequent decades saw the number of drive-ins decline, owing to the encroachment of home television and a number ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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