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drive-in

Chiefly US and Canadian
a. a cinema designed to be used by patrons seated in their cars
b. a public facility or service designed for use in such a manner

drive-in

A retail business, bank, or motion-picture theater, designed to permit its patrons to receive services while they remain in their automobiles.
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Characteristics of Drive-ins and the Prevalence of Double Features
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This effort embodies a deep belief that people should have greater access to movies and that families should experience the fun of going to the drive-in, said Bill Dever, Managing Director of USA Drive-Ins.
Some drive-ins are raising money by using crowd-funding platforms such
The drive-in movie is the answer to the sitter problem and to the downtown parking problem.
Jim Craven, director of operations for PAC NW Drive-Ins confirmed that Sonic Drive-In will open this summer in Wenatchee.
If they still had drive-ins, this would play in a drive-in," Sweeney says modestly of the film he is presenting.
A few months later, South Liverpool Housing did everyone with double gate drive-ins free of charge.
John Ridgway has sold his interest in five Little Rock and one North Little Rock Sonic Drive-Ins and is owning an upscale pizzeria in west Little Rock with Kevin Johnson, who also has Sonic ties.
Roadsides: Images of the American Landscape is both a black-and-white photography collection and a nostalgia tour of diners and cafes, bowling alleys and bars, drive-ins and motels across America.
Part biology lesson, part sideshow, part morality play, part medical 'shock footage'" writes Briggs, Mom and Dad "played continuously for 23 years, still booking drive-ins as late as 1977, and grossed an estimated $100 million.