Not so long ago, before things like cable TV and pay-per-view, drive-in outdoor movie theaters were a popular destination for date night, family outings, or just a nice, relaxing evening with friends out underneath the stars.

Pack up the kids, the car, add a few snacks and drinks, maybe a couple of soft pillows and blankets, and watch a double-feature on the giant screen from the comfort of your own vehicle, with the sound coming via individual speakers designed to hang from a slightly rolled-down window.

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