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Drive-in Movie Theater

Drive-in Movie Theater

South Bay Theater, Imperial Beach


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Jim's Visions17-Oct-2013 03:20
When I was in high school there were double features I never saw!
Stan Schutze12-Oct-2013 04:06
Hi Mark :)
It looks like there are still drive in theater speakers available
http://www.ebay.com/sch/?_nkw=drive%20in%20theater%20speaker&clk_rvr_id=530492361568&mfe=search
MARK KOEPPEN11-Oct-2013 17:16
Wonderful image Stan which brings back great memories for most of us 'older' guys. We all have stories to tell about our trips to the drive-in movies and some of those may not be suitable for internet sharing.
Love your truck. Shouldn't you be sitting in the back on lawn chairs?
I used to take my '65 Chevy van to the drive in, back it into the space, open the doors and lay on the carpeted interior and eat popcorn and drink soda's until our eyes popped out! Didn't have the wireless speakers then but how many of us have a drive-in movie speaker in our archives as a souvenir from those 'good ol days'?
Stan Schutze10-Oct-2013 18:57
Jim, I think my last trip to a drive in theater was around 1973.
I remember it being a Willie Nelson movie. They had speaker posts then.
I'm not sure where they all went.

It's by FM frequency now, and you CAN NOT get it on your iPhone via Internet radio.
That was my big mistake for the evening. We listened from the mixture of sound
from the cars around us. My truck does not have a radio.
It's all iPhone powered for sound, etc.
Jim's Visions10-Oct-2013 14:25
What, no speaker poles anymore? Where's the spilled popcorn? Nice memory, nice shot.
Apostolos Tikopoulos09-Oct-2013 18:34
very nice image, wonderfully composed. v.
Jean-Gregoire Marin09-Oct-2013 16:05
Génial (V)
Gary Blanchette09-Oct-2013 15:07
This shot is bad ass!