Drive-in theatres nostalgically combined cars, movies, snacks—and romance—into a blockbuster. Built in 1934 at the corner of Pico and Westwood Boulevards, and claiming to have the world’s largest screen, the venue in “Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles, California,” was L.A.’s first drive-in theatre. Because outdoor theatres were so rare, it was simply dubbed “Drive-In Theatre,” and later renamed the “Pico Drive-In.” Holding 500 cars, it only charged 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children.
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