Thursday, June 7, 2012

Google's First Drive-In Theater Doodle

I love that Google always pay homage to the great inventions/inventors and legendary pioneers that being artist, athletes and others with their doodles in there home page as they with th 79th anniversary of the first drive-in theater. A bit of history to share about the drive-in theater is that is was the creation of Richard M. Hollingshead, Jr and opened in New Jersey on June 6, 1933. Google's doodle showcases drive-in theaters at its peak in the 1950s, when more then 5,000 drive-in movie theaters could be found in the US. This was definitely an amazing creation and I would like to thank Google for reminding and giving us the history of drive-in movie theaters. Check the doodle out at The Christian Science Monitor or just click on the video. Enjoy !

Source - Youtube - The Christian Science Monitor

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