Lost Drive-In (1996–2001)

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As an homage to the Drive-in Theaters era, the host Bruce Dern sits in a vehicle typical for the times, all dressed up accordingly, shows forgotten drive-in classics and talks about the era from his huge personal experience.

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As an homage to the Drive-in Theaters era, the host Bruce Dern sits in a vehicle typical for the times, all dressed up accordingly, shows forgotten drive-in classics and talks about the era from his huge personal experience.

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A Great Show That Fox Is Resurrecting In A Dumb Way
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The original -- and I mean ORIGINAL -- "Lost Drive In" -- was a masterpiece. Bruce Dern as host, driving a classic vehicle while wearing jeans, or coveralls, or janitors' garb -- bandanna -- cowboy hat -- WHATEVER it was that he wore was perfect for the scenario -- in the meantime, giving us some rare and unique insight into the history and people behind some of the cheesiest classics ever to emerge from Hollywood. What a homage to the lost era of Drive In Theaters, the movies that were shown there, and the great cars that people drove there to "watch the movies". It didn't really matter what was being shown on the screen -- most of it was crap. It was the experience of BEING there -- showing off your wheels -- making out in the back seat with your main squeeze -- and maybe getting ripped off at the concession stand -- that made the Drive In experience so exceptional. Bruce Dern captures it all in the ORIGINAL "Lost Drive In", and along the way, treats us to some of the worst flicks you will ever see in your life!! This new "updated" version, misses the point completely by (A) omitting Bruce Dern, and (B) showing some movies that were actually pretty good. Quite a departure for Rupert Murdoch, who has historically been uncanny at capitalizing on the average American's cultural and intellectual deficiencies.


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