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"It was shown sometime around 1967-1970. My memory is somewhat confused by the alcohol- and drug-induced state I maintained at the time, when I was a graduate student at two local and very famous universities whose basketball teams shall go unnamed."
A video will be awarded to the correct answer. (The winner chooses from a list of about a thousand titles.) In the event of a tie, a drawing will be held. Send "Find That Flick" questions and solutions to Joe Bob Briggs, P.O. Box 2002, Dallas, TX 75221, or fax them to 214-985-7448, or e-mail them to Joe Bob on the Internet: 76702.1435compuserve.com.
JOE BOB'S ADVICE TO THE HOPELESS Victory Over Modernism!
The Country Drive-In, on West Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima, Wash., is still popular and profitable as the last remaining outdoor theater between Ellensburg and the Tri-Cities, an area that once had 10 drive-ins.
Jeffrey Anderson runs the 9-acre drive-in, which his father opened in 1954 after buying the land and building the theater among apple orchards.
They still play double features on both screens. They've upgraded the projectors, the screens and the concession stand. The car capacity is now 600, and the drive-in now has radio sound.
Jack Laney of Kent, Wash., reminds us that, with eternal vigilance, the drive-in will never die.
Copyright 1995 Joe Bob Briggs (Distributed by NYT Special Features/Syndication Sales)
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