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Do You Remember Drive-IN Culture?

Back in the day, the American drive-in was a place for people to kick back and gather! Today- not so much. Do you remember drive-in culture as well as you should? Could you still kick it at a drive- in today? Let's find out!
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In which US state was the first drive-in recognized?
New York
New Jersey
Ohio

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The success of drive-in culture had a lot to do with the mass production of which car?
The Model-M
The Model-T
Porsche L

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At the beginning, how many movies were you able to watch at a drive-in theater?
Just 1
More than 3
2 short films 1 long film

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In which decade was the first drive-in theater born?
1940s
1950s
1930s

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What brand of projector was used by the innovator of the drive-in theater?
Canon
Kodak
Fuji

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Where were the speakers placed at the earliest outdoor drive-ins?
Near the screen
In the field
At the entrance gate

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True or false: The first drive-in theater’s primary target market was families.
True
False

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What movie glorified drive-in culture more than any other?
Grease
Saturday Night Fever
American Graffiti

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What time of day did early drive-ins show their films?
Afternoon
Morning
Night

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Teenagers of the 1950s discovered the drive-in as a great place to do this activity.
Go on a date
Study for exams
Sleep

C+, Drive In Dud

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Back in the day, the drive-in certainly reigned supreme! People couldn't get enough of those epic outdoor venues. But today, it's all about the indoor theater! While you still love to catch a good flick, you don't know very much about old school drive-in culture anymore.

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We take it you've gone to more than a few drive-in shows in your time! Not only do you know the history well, but you're keen on the culture that only drive-ins can boast. We bet you still miss the smell of popcorn while sitting in the comfort of your nice big car!

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When it comes to the drive-in, few know as much about the history and culture as you do! From midnight shows to movie firsts, you believe that drive-in culture is still an important part of American history. Go ahead and find a drive in theater near you today! You've earned it.
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1
In which US state was the first drive-in recognized?
New York
New Jersey
Ohio
2
The success of drive-in culture had a lot to do with the mass production of which car?
The Model-M
The Model-T
Porsche L
3
At the beginning, how many movies were you able to watch at a drive-in theater?
Just 1
More than 3
2 short films 1 long film
4
In which decade was the first drive-in theater born?
1940s
1950s
1930s
5
What brand of projector was used by the innovator of the drive-in theater?
Canon
Kodak
Fuji
6
Where were the speakers placed at the earliest outdoor drive-ins?
Near the screen
In the field
At the entrance gate
7
True or false: The first drive-in theater’s primary target market was families.
True
False
8
What movie glorified drive-in culture more than any other?
Grease
Saturday Night Fever
American Graffiti
9
What time of day did early drive-ins show their films?
Afternoon
Morning
Night
10
Teenagers of the 1950s discovered the drive-in as a great place to do this activity.
Go on a date
Study for exams
Sleep

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