Jessica Rice, 9, from left, Abbey Coyle, 6, and Morgan Coyle, 9, anxiously await the start of the first movie at the Twin Hills Drive-in on Friday June 24, 2005 in Harrodsburg, Ky.
Jessica Rice, 9, from left, Abbey Coyle, 6, and Morgan Coyle, 9, anxiously await the start of the first movie at the Twin Hills Drive-in on Friday June 24, 2005 in Harrodsburg, Ky. Lexington Herald-Leader
Jessica Rice, 9, from left, Abbey Coyle, 6, and Morgan Coyle, 9, anxiously await the start of the first movie at the Twin Hills Drive-in on Friday June 24, 2005 in Harrodsburg, Ky. Lexington Herald-Leader

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