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Studio Drive-In Theater - News & Media Events

News Items For Studio Drive-In Theater

Sep 22, 1998
A Final Curtain Call for Studio Drive-In By Sue McAllister.       Los Angeles Times       link
Aug 30, 2001
Sons concern paved the way for a drive-in Legend has it that machine-parts manufacturer Richard Hollingshead Jr. and entrepreneur Willis Smith opened the first drive-in in 1933, in Hollingshead's 10-acre Camden, N.J., backyard. By Andy Seiler.       USA Today       link

Media For Studio Drive-In Theater

Jan 1, 1999
Jawbreaker In this dark, satiric teen comedy, three beautiful and much-feared students at Reagan High School stage a mock kidnapping of their friend on her 17th birthday. The prank goes awry when the young woman accidentally dies. link
Jan 1, 1985
Pee-Wees Big Adventure Someone has stolen Pee-wee Hermans prized bike and he leaves no stone unturned in a wild search for it. Filmed in San Antonio, TX, South Pasadena and Cabazon, CA, as well as the 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA. link
Jan 1, 1996
Fresh Prince of Bel Air Contains a drive-in scene link