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Drive-In theaters may disappear soon in U.S.

2010-08-07 12:46:27 GMT2010-08-07 20:46:27 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Moviegoers watch a film at the Black River Drive-In theater in Black River, New York August 6, 2010. The theater was rebuilt by the current owners in 2005 and 2006 and serves a mostly rural and military clientele, while being one of only several hundred drive-in theaters left in the United States.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Projectionist Bill Hulbert rewinds a reel of 35mm film while working at the Black River Drive-In theater in Black River, New York August 6, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Moviegoers sit in lawn chairs as they watch a film at the Black River Drive-In theater in Black River, New York August 6, 2010.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

A moviegoer watches a film while sitting in a car at the Black River Drive-In theater in Black River, New York August 6, 2010.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Moviegoers watch a film at the Black River Drive-In theater in Black River, New York August 6, 2010. The theater was rebuilt by the current owners in 2005 and 2006 and serves a mostly rural and military clientele, while being one of only several hundred drive-in theaters left in the United States.

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