Drive-in theaters were a staple of American culture for the better part of the second half of the 20th century. But now, there are fewer than 300 remaining in the United States. So what happened? Advancements in technology like the television and VHS tape are partially to blame, but there’s more to the story. This is the rise and fall of the drive-in theater.
New York Film Academy
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