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A drive-in theater is a mostly obsolete form of movie cinema composed of an outdoor screen, a projection booth that plays the movie, a concession stand, and a parking lot where patrons park their cars. The idea behind a drive-in is that customers can watch a movie from the comfort and privacy of their cars without having to enter an indoor theater. Drive-In theaters are typically located in large rural fields, although they can be built pretty much anywhere there's a parking lot and a viewing surface, which can be as simple as a painted white wall.
During their height in the 1950s and 1960s, there were nearly 5,000 drive-ins across the USA. Nostalgists will recall them as ideal date night spots; teenagers found drive-ins alluring because you and your date could watch a feature film... more
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