Five Dollars Per Carload at The Newington Drive-In

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Taken on: October 13, 2017

Uploaded on: January 18, 2018

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Five Dollars Per Carload at The Newington Drive-In

In the 1970’s, the now defunct Newington Drive-In Theater, in Newington, New Hampshire, offed a special price on their double feature screenings: Five Dollars Per Car-Load. It seemed like a good fiscal decision to pile as many people into the car, including the trunk, to capitalize on the savings. The problem was, that you needed more speakers to hear the movie, but we really weren’t there for the movie anyhow.

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