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46 - September 2, 2012 4:53 pm

Name:

Shannon

Location:

Texas

Comments:

Hi. I grew up in Orlando, Florida, and eventually worked (asst. Manager) at the Orlando Drive In Theatre, one I had regularly attended as a kid, with my family. I worked there for almost 10 years, subsidising my income. It was a great time, I learned a lot about that sort of business, and miss it to this day. What I wouldn't give to get back to an old timey drive in theatre, crackly speaker, mosquitos and all. It was a great time for me, with wonderful memories attached. Glad to see you've survived the test of time.

 

47 - August 12, 2012 1:40 pm

Name:

john kirkpatrick

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Comments:

did not know drive ins were still in exsistent. great to know you are there. drive inns were always my favorite

 

48 - August 8, 2012 2:12 pm

Name:

Lee Hendricks

Location:

Phoenix, Az.

Comments:

Originally from Allentown, dad used to take my brother and I when we were kids, great memories.

 

49 - August 8, 2012 2:07 pm

Name:

Lee Hendricks

Location:

Phoenix, Az.

Comments:

Originally from Allentown, dad used to take my brother and I when we were kids, great memories.

 

50 - August 7, 2012 8:32 pm

Name:

George Morgan

Location:

Hamburg

Comments:

I lived in Phila. For 30 year and when I was a kid we use to go to the drive inn , that was in the 70's , they all closed down in the 80's but I use to tell my kids about drive inns and after I moved to Hamburg in 98 we found Shankweiler's , and it was great the kids got to see a drive inn and a nicer one then the ones I went to as a kid , the kids are grown and don't live with me anymore but I still go to the drive inn and see a movie and the kids are missed I hope that they take there kids as a family it is great memory's for all

 

51 - July 18, 2012 6:20 pm

Name:

Janene

Location:

Allentown, PA

Comments:

Tonight I am bringing my boys to the drive in. I loved to go when I was a kid, so I am glad to share this experience with my kids now!

 

52 - June 23, 2012 10:36 am

Name:

Lloyd Heckman

Location:

reading pp

Comments:

me and my wife love it there it brought backs times in drive in movies in reading this a good placeto see a movies i'm going to tell my family about

 

53 - June 21, 2012 11:38 am

Name:

Patricia Beringer

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Comments:

The oldest and first Drive-In Theater (not now in operation)opened in Camden New Jersey in 1933.

 

54 - June 13, 2012 7:39 pm

Name:

Bob Landers

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Comments:

I've been bringing children here for years... good bonding experiences.

 

55 - June 8, 2012 7:53 pm

Name:

wayne

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Comments:

wish u were open 7 days a week like the old days. been going there since i was a kid !!!!!:crying

 

56 - June 6, 2012 8:38 pm

Name:

Private

Location:

Private

Comments:

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57 - June 6, 2012 5:27 pm

Name:

Bob in the Bronx

Location:

Da Bronx

Comments:

Happy Drive-in Theater Day 6/6/1933!

I know you are number two to your Big Brother who passed away in NJ :-( . Thanks for giving families a place to go while your carbon rods glowed. Let's keep it family for family. Thank you for your years of service since 1934.

 

58 - June 6, 2012 1:11 pm

Name:

Bill Wright CPP, CSC, CHS-III

Location:

Comments:

Paul,been a long time since I worked on your radio Sound System . Hope business is going well

 

59 - May 27, 2012 2:14 pm

Name:

Tom s.

Location:

King of Prussia, PA

Comments:

Thank you for preserving this uniquely American experience. Drive ins bring back wonderful childhood and teenage memories. I'm happy Schenweiler's is hear to allow me to share some of the magic of movies under the stars with him. See you this summer!

 

60 - May 16, 2012 10:03 am

Name:

Aimee S.

Location:

United States

Comments:

I grew up in PA (41 now) and we always went to Shankweiler's. I saw Grease there. Saw Star Wars. Many more. A friend in an FB group just asked about drive in theaters and our experiences and I mentioned Shankweiler's and then I googled it, NEVER expecting it to still be there (I moved from PA many years ago) and was so happy to see that it is still open. It actually brought a tear to my nostalgic eye.

 

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