At the height of their popularity in the 1950s, more than 4,000 Drive-In movie theatres illuminated America’s night sky. Today, fewer than 350 survive. Me, my dog, and my vintage camper are on a mission to document the remaining drive-ins and to tell their stories.
“If you go to a walk-in, it’s a movie. If you go to a drive-in, you’ll remember the movie, who you saw it with, the car you were driving—it’s a memory.” John Watzke owner of the Ocala Drive-in
Medium’s Film, Culture and Travel
Tin Can Tourists