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THE DRIVE IN THEATER…. A FUN FAMILY AFFAIR

A SUMMER CONNECTION ..MOVIES FUN AND LOVE FOR THE OUTDOORS   Our first first memory of knowing what a drive-in theater even was came when we all saw Grease in the drive in theater theater with our parents. While admitting to that probably easily dates we it is...

STUDIO SCOOP: THE BEGINING OF THE DREAM FACTORIES

  The first real studio, Nestor Film Company, soon followed from New Jersey, cranking out three pictures a week – one ‘western,’ one ‘eastern,’ and one comedy – for a grand total of $1,200. By 1912, word of Hollywood’s ideal film-shooting climate and landscape...

As Shown in the TORONTO STAR

Hello folks we are back in the media and we are proud to share the fame….. As Shown in the TORONTO STAR May-16-2013 The last outdoor picture show: North York Drive In closing could be first of many As Hollywood stops using 35-mm film, drive-in theatres are...