DRIVE-IN MOVIES, THEN AND NOW

-THE WRITER'S ALMANAC JUNE 6, 2016 It was on June 8, 1933 that the first drive-in movie theater opened, in Camden, New Jersey. The theater was the brainchild of a young man named Richard Hollingshead Jr., a manager at his father's Camden auto shop, Whiz Auto Products. He dreamed of creating something that would bring a little fun to the … Continue reading DRIVE-IN MOVIES, THEN AND NOW