Hull’s included in list of ‘most classic drive-in theaters’

1690243_10152876015758248_6749797169068288866_nHull’s Drive In was included on the list of “12 of America’s Most Classic Drive-In Movie Theaters” on Hull’s was number 12 on the list that was compiled as a gallery.

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Virginia drive-in keeps family fun alive

usatodaylogoOn a nice summer night in Lexington, cars can begin showing up at Hull’s Drive-In four hours before the first movie starts. Even with a capacity of more than 300 cars, families vie for spots on the lawn in front of a giant screen.

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Drive-In Theatres Making a comeback

usatodaylogoLoad the family in the car. Drive-in theaters are making a comeback. New outdoor theaters are opening, and shuttered ones are being revived as people rediscover the pleasures of watching movies outdoors with no restrictions on chatting, screaming kids, cellphone use or smoking, says Kipp Sherer of

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Hull’s keeping up with the future

newsleaderIt might not be the Hull’s Drive-In that you remember, but it means a lot to most of us that it’s still there at all. And the changes being made at the Lexington drive-in mean it will remain for some time to come.

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Hull’s Drive-In Theatre Opens for Season

crozetgazetteHull’s Drive-In Theatre in Lexington, the nation’s only community-owned, nonprofit drive-in, opened its 2012 season last weekend with screenings of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.

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Hull’s Drive-In

amerianjournallogoIt was a hot, sticky August evening, and the sun was still high as cars filled with families began lining up along the gravel drive leading into Hull’s Drive-In Theatre in Rockbridge County, Va.

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Hull’s Drive-In … movies under the stars

swacA short 30-minute drive from Staunton will find you at Hull’s Drive-In Theater, located on Rt. 11 outside Lexington. The only not-for-profit drive-in the country, it has an interesting history.

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Drive-in movie attracts crowds in Virginia

nbcnewsRemember real butter on popcorn? Snow cones drenched with syrup? And hamburgers that tasted like, well, hamburgers? Remember the drive-in movie? Here in Lexington, at Hull’s Drive-in, a summer weekend still takes a back seat to a double feature …

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Places to Cuddle – Hull’s Drive In

usatodaylogoNostalgia lovers Don and Susan Sanders know a thing or two about drive-in theaters. They recently co-authored Drive-In Movie Memories as a sequel to their coffee-table book, The American Drive-In Movie Theatre.

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Drive-In Theaters Flicker Back to Life

latimeslogoFor 50 years, Hull’s Drive-In theater on Route 11 was as much a part of summer life in the Shenandoah Valley as Little League baseball or the county fair. It was where teenagers took their first dates and families spread out on lawn chairs before a towering screen, and the America of the 1950s seemed eternal.

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