Entire US weekend boxoffice

- steve 4-20-2020 5:00 pm

didnt go to the drive-in very often and mostly in the 70s with my family but the last time was probably to see nightmare on elm street in the summer of '85 with friends. i would never have chosen to see that. i hated most horror movies. we had some horrid wine coolers if i remember correctly.

- dave 4-20-2020 8:31 pm [add a comment]

Bartel & James I bet
- Skinny 4-21-2020 8:28 am [add a comment]

  • im pretty sure it was. i wouldnt start drinking beer in earnest for a couple of months. i didnt drink very many wine coolers prior to that. they were sickly sweet to my memory. i dont even recall how beer was procured. i guess some people had fake ids. i dont ever recall being the one to buy it but somehow it was always there. it must have been a lot easier when the drinking age was 18.

    - dave 4-21-2020 9:51 am [add a comment]

Rarely went to a drive-in, but did once sneak through in the trunk.
- alex 4-21-2020 9:07 am [add a comment]

We went to the drive in often and it was often raining.
- steve 4-21-2020 9:39 am [add a comment]

Quite a few drive in experiences. Moon spinners, incredible mr limpet... cat balou, topkapi ...

- bill 4-21-2020 9:10 pm [add a comment]

Zero, but I could imagine a comeback.
- jim 4-21-2020 9:15 pm [add a comment]

My dad used to sneak us in under blankets when we saw such x-rated films as The Damned and Midnight Cowboy.

- steve 4-21-2020 10:43 pm [add a comment]

very young but a handful w/ family for sure (60's), maybe one on PCP that i cant fully remember when 16 (1976)
- Skinny 4-21-2020 11:16 pm [add a comment]

my sister in my dementia control officer......every week one text......michael do you remember stealing all the Eucharist and eating them during mass was the last one
- Skinny 4-21-2020 11:19 pm [add a comment]

  • Jesus meat is not keto.
    - alex 4-22-2020 5:01 am [add a comment]

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