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      • First drive-in movie theater opens On June 6, 1933, eager motorists park their automobiles on the grounds of Camden Drive-In, the first-ever drive-in movie theater, located on Admiral Wilson Boulevard in Pennsauken , New Jersey.
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  2. Nov 13, 2009 · First drive-in movie theater opens On June 6, 1933, eager motorists park their automobiles on the grounds of Camden Drive-In , the first-ever drive-in movie theater, located on Admiral Wilson...

  3. Jun 07, 2017 · Though there were drive-ins as early as the 1910s, the first patented drive-in was opened on June 6, 1933 by Richard Hollingshead in New Jersey. He created it as a solution for people unable to comfortably fit into smaller movie theater seats after creating a mini drive-in for his mother.

  4. The first true drive-in theater (as we know them today) was opened on June 6th, 1933 in Camden, New Jersey. Before that time, there were attempts at opening "outdoor theaters" and even some "outdoor theaters" where you could watch movies from a car. But those were done in temporary locations such as downtown streets.

  5. Jun 09, 2015 · On 6 June 1933 eager motorists park their automobiles on the grounds of Park-In Theaters, the first-ever drive-in movie theater, located on Crescent Boulevard in Camden, New Jersey. Park-In Theaters–the term “drive-in” came to be widely used only later–was the brainchild of Richard Hollingshead, a movie fan and a sales manager at his father’s company, Whiz Auto Products, in Camden.

  6. May 14, 2022 · The first drive-in movie theater opened in 1933. Drive-in movies became an icon of American pop culture. Drive-ins have made a comeback in recent years and they’re continuing to grow in popularity. From the 1930s to the 1970s, drive-in movie theaters were popular hangout spots for teenagers and young couples.

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