A piece of Franklin history comes alive again in America

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That’s an ad from 1953 for the 41 Twin Outdoor movie theater in Franklin.

Some brief history.

Maybe you’re old enough to remember…

Lo and behold, they’re back.

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Kids sit in chairs in front of their car with temperatures in the low 30s as they watch the movie “Onward” at the Basin Drive-In in Mount Pleasant, Utah. The Basin Drive-In opened early this year despite cold temperatures because of the closure of indoor movie theaters due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo from March 27, 2020, by George Frey, Getty Images

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3 thoughts on “A piece of Franklin history comes alive again in America

  1. Better known as “The Finger Bowl”, these installations were primarily used by the dating set where they would not be interfered with by the police. Most of those never knew what the movie was about.

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