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November 22nd, 2019
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Movies, new and retro
Meanwhile, Stars & Stripes Drive-In owner Ryan Smith also has created a Retro Weekend by bringing back three hit movies from the 1980s and making them available only Friday through Sunday.
The three returning hits are:

  • Steven Spielberg’s classic “ET., The Extra-Terrestrial,” the filmmaker’s children’s-film-for-adults released in 1982.
  • Richard Donner’s comedy-turned-cult-favorite “The Goonies,” released in 1985.
  • Tim Burton’s hilarious “Beetlejuice,” with Michael Keaton in the title role, released in 1988.

“As drive-in theater enthusiasts, we celebrate the start of autumn because we can enjoy earlier show times, cooler weather and retro movies under the stars that we cannot show during the summer season. These retro ‘80s movies were selected because they are full of adventure, laughs – and many of our guests grew up watching them, but never have experienced them outdoors on a huge drive-in screen,” Smith said.
“We’re looking forward to sharing something old and something new with family and friends this weekend.”
Admission price for each double feature: $8 for general public age 12 and older, $5 for children between ages 4 and 11, with children age 3 and younger free.
Specific screening times this weekend at the Stars & Stripes Drive-In:
On Screen One:
Animated family comedy “Abominable” will be shown at 7:50 p.m.. It will be followed on the same screen at 9:50 p.m. by “E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial.”
On Screen Three:
“The Goonies,” which costars John Matuszak as “Sloth” Fratelli, will be screened at approximately 8 p.m. It will be followed on the same screen at 10:20 p.m. by “Beetlejuice.”
 
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