A drive-in movie retrospective
In retrospect the mash-up was inevitable: the collision of car culture and movies. Richard Hollingshead is generally credited as the first to come up with the concept of the drive-in movie in New Jersey in the 1920s after he tacked a screen onto trees in his backyard and placed a Kodak projector on the front of his car.
Left: A drive-in movie theater in Weymouth, Mass.
(Boston Globe Archive Photo)