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abandoned drive in theaters - Bing Images

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Was the First Drive-In Theater in New Jersey or Pennsylvania? - Drive-In Vacations, Law Suits and Film Clips

Was the First Drive-In Theater in New Jersey or Pennsylvania? - Drive-In Vacations, Law Suits and Film Clips

Article: Woodbury Resident Taking Road Trip to Document Drive-In Theaters - Woodbury-Middlebury, CT Patch

Article: Woodbury Resident Taking Road Trip to Document Drive-In Theaters - Woodbury-Middlebury, CT Patch

Hollingshead's drive-in ( the first drive-in ) opened in New Jersey, June 6, 1933, on Admiral Wilson Boulevard at the Airport Circle in Pennsauken, a short distance from Cooper River Park.[2][3] It offered 400 slots and a 40 by 50 ft (12 by 15 m) screen.[4][5] He advertised his drive-in theater with the slogan, "The whole family is welcome, regardless of how noisy the children are."[6] The first film shown was the Adolphe Menjou film Wife Beware.

Hollingshead's drive-in ( the first drive-in ) opened in New Jersey, June 6, 1933, on Admiral Wilson Boulevard at the Airport Circle in Pennsauken, a short distance from Cooper River Park.[2][3] It offered 400 slots and a 40 by 50 ft (12 by 15 m) screen.[4][5] He advertised his drive-in theater with the slogan, "The whole family is welcome, regardless of how noisy the children are."[6] The first film shown was the Adolphe Menjou film Wife Beware.