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Described by Variety as "slick and entertaining," DRIVE-IN MOVIE MEMORIES includes photos and footage from the mid-1930s until today, a powerful original music score, and lively interviews with such notables as Leonard Maltin, Barry Corbin, Burton Gilliam, Beverly Garland, Samuel Arkoff, and John Bloom (aka Joe Bob Briggs).
DRIVE-IN MOVIE MEMORIES covers every aspect of the drive-in movie-going experience: early outdoor projection, the marriage of the car and the movie, architects and drive-in construction, sound projection solutions, food trailers and concession stands, families and entertainment, teenagers and passion, church services, celebrity appearances, exploitation films, the effects of television and the VCR, and the drive-in's decline and comeback.
DRIVE-IN MOVIE MEMORIES was an Official Selection at both the Chicago International Film Festival and the Telluride Film Festival, and won the Gold Award at the Houston World Fest. During its film festival tour, it played in over 40 festivals across the nation. DRIVE-IN MOVIE MEMORIES was produced by Don and Susan Sanders, and directed and edited by Kurt Kuenne, who also composed the musical score. The DVD includes such extra features as a twenty-minute reel of nostalgic concession stand advertisements.
Not really as insightful as I thought it might be. And really was older film than the date advertised and so even less relevant.Published 2 months ago by Jerome Donarski
Leonard Maltin takes us on a nostalgic look back to the great days of the drive-in movie theater.Published 7 months ago by Ronald oleksiak
Who doesn't love the old drive-in movie theaters? This documentary really makes you long for the good old days. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert Sax
The film clips that are used really add to the narration and keep the presentation moving along with no dull spots. I will be watching this film again. I enjoyed it very much. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. J. Burke
This documentary really is just a collections of people reminiscing about their experiences of drive-ins. I would not bother watching this.Published 12 months ago by Kim