Richard Kuipers journeys back to the era of the 'ozoner’ or drive-in cinema. From the mid-1950s to the mid-'70s, Australia boasted one of the biggest drive-in markets in the world.
'The drive-in was the “grindhouse” of Australian exhibition in the ‘70s. Many films that received little or no exposure on the mainstream cinema circuit played to great success outdoors. Drive-in managers were able to measure the success of films not just by admission numbers but by the volume of car horn honking during the movie.’
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