At first glance, drive-in movie theaters seem to be a dying entertainment venue in Oklahoma.
Only seven operate in the state, down from a high of 95 in 1954. Only one each survives in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
However, owners of the drive-ins still operating say their theaters will remain open for years to come. It’s not just the value of two or three movies for the price of one that appeals to drive-in moviegoers, they say. Instead, drive-ins have survived because baby boomers crave the nostalgia, and owners are dedicated to the outdoor business.
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