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  1. ‘Blast from the past’: Some drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback amid coronavirus Small Business News Submitted By: News Desk March 29, 2020 No Comments 4 Only 5% to 10% of drive-ins across the U.S. are able to operate through the coronavirus, but they are seeing new business.

  2. In 2019, there were still 321 drive-in movie theaters in the USA, a third less than there were at the start of the century. However, some movie theaters have opened new screens, particularly in areas where suburban real estate values have not escalated too far. Ohio and California, for instance, still have 44 drive-in theater screens, and the ...

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  4. Mar 29, 2020 · Andrew Thomas, for example, owner of the Showboat Drive-In Theater in Hockley, Texas, saw a 40% increase in sales revenue two weeks ago, and a 95% increase this past week, just by showing the same two movies: Disney and Pixar’s “Onward,” and the Universal Pictures horror film “The Invisible Man.”

  5. Drive-in Movie Theaters: Are They Making a Comeback? While there were several attempts at “outdoor theaters” previously, the first “official” drive-in movie theater wasn’t opened to the public until June 6, 1933, in Camden, NJ. By 1940, there were over 40 drive-ins coast to coast which exploded to over 4,000 nationally in the 1960s.

  6. Jul 16, 2021 · Drive-in Movie Theaters: Are They Making a Comeback? While there were several attempts at “outdoor theaters” previously, the first “official” drive-in movie theater wasn’t opened to the public until June 6, 1933, in Camden, NJ. By 1940, there were over 40 drive-ins coast to coast which exploded to over 4,000 nationally in the 1960s.

  7. Aug 11, 2021 · 66 Drive-In Theatre: Carthage, Missouri Open since: 1949 Fun fact: 66 Drive-In is one of the last standings along the iconic Route 66 highway. 99W Drive-In Theatre: Newberg, Oregon Open since: 1953 Fun fact: 99W still screens vintage drive-in ads before movies and frequently shows classic films. MAKE THE MOST OF ATTENDING