Double feature movies.

Item added by Sundiszno. Added on 07/19/2005
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lorifreakinlor i
10/28/2008

Double feature movies. 5

A double feature with at least one cartoon before and of course the national anthem before any of it....something else the libs have killed.

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Djahuti
06/21/2006

Double feature movies. 5

At the drive in!

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GenghisTheHun
06/20/2006

Double feature movies. 5

What was really great was when you went to the early feature and it was a sneak preview.

You'd watch that and then the announced feature at the late show.

Of course, you had to live in a small town for that.

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numbah16tdhaha
06/20/2006

Double feature movies. 3

I don't think I went to any, but they may have still been around when I was a kid.

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Sundiszno
07/20/2005

Double feature movies. 5

Movies were a bargain in the good old days. GoneAway, I think that admission might have been about a buck in the sixties, depending on where you lived. I'm pretty sure I paid $1.50 for a double feature in Washington, DC, in when I was in college in 1961. Anyway, as Randyman noted, you could stay all day if you wanted. Saturday movies (complete with Movietone News and some kind of serial like Superman or Hopalong Cassidy) were a great treat for everyone, kids and parent alike, and I think that admission was like 35 or 50 cents in the fifties. When I occasionally went to the movies in the evening by myself, my dog would accompany me to the theater and then wait outside by the ticket booth until I came out. Talk about loyalty and patience!

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Randyman
07/19/2005

Double feature movies. 5

Now, this was the good old days. Two movies and a cartoon, and you could stay all day if you wanted too. In those days, before parents had to worry about kidnappers, molesters or whatever, the theater made a great babysitter for a group of kids. This is something I really miss.

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