I would LOVE to live during this time!!! I LOVE IT! I still wanna rock poodle skirts!!!

Drive in movie theaters and diners were a very popular thing in this time period. Many classic sought after cars were made in the

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A World of Disney Dining: Food Fun Facts from Walt Disney World Resort

Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater, Echo Lake, Disney*s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World Resort--Ah yes, my drive in

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Rosie's Diner a 2004 oil on linen by Robert Gniewek (American, b. from the Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism

Abandoned Drive-In Theater [Washington] This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington. Drive-in theaters were extremely popular during the late ’50s and early ’60s, but unfortunately, many of them now look like this one, a drive-in graveyard.

Abandoned Drive-In Theater. This abandoned drive-in movie theater is located in the state of Washington. Drive-in theaters were extremely popular during the late and early but unfortunately, many of them now look like this one, a drive-in graveyard.

The car, the drive in restaurants, the whole thing...  Thinking of Bob's Big Boy after school almost every day..such fun memories!!

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Pull in to a drive-in restaurant, and a car-hop rushed to your window, took your order, then returned with your food. Or, you placed your order on the speaker and the car hop brought it out.

Los Angeles, July 22, 1949. Photograph by J.R. Eyerman.

LIFE at the Drive-In: Photos of a Vanishing American Pastime

Young couple snuggling behind the wheel of his convertible as they watch large screen action behind rows of cars at a drive-in movie theater in Los Angeles, CA. Photograph taken by J. Eyerman, I miss drive-ins

50s Drive-In Theaters -

50s Drive-In Theaters

What made drive-in so popular for nights out? Why do we still love the idea of drive-in theaters? Get inspired by our collection of drive-ins.

the-rolling-gi: Chilling outside a Drive-In diner, 1950s.

Robert Kennedy at a Bluefield, WV drive-in, campaigning for the 1960 presidential nomination of his brother John. From photos by Bob Lerner for the Look magazine article "The Kennedys: A Family Political Machine.

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