n.— «Guerrilla drive-ins or “MobMovs”—shorthand for mobile movies—are popping up around the country in a variety of configurations. Unlike Young’s old-school use of real film, guerrilla drive-ins typically eschew the analog in favor of DVDs and LCD projectors. […] And though they’re decidedly DIY-style, all aspiring MobMovers are urged to keep it legal and secure required approvals from property owners and film distributors, who charge roughly $150 to $300 for a showing.» —“‘Guerrilla drive-ins’ turn nostalgia on its head” by Joann Loviglio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Washington Post June 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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