Drive-in theaters, those beloved pop culture icons of yesteryear were nearly extinct, but are now making something of a comeback.
Last weekend workers scrambled to ready the new showboat drive-in theater in Hockley, Texas for the grand opening.
The theater is a family affair, co-owned by brothers Chris and John Rumfolo.
"We're the whole crew," John says.
But isn't opening a drive-in theater in this day and age sort of like opening a Typewriters R Us? asks CBS Sunday Morning contributor Bill Geist.
"We're nostalgic. Our whole country is nostalgic," John says, adding that when he applied for a loan, the bank though "I was nuts."
Drive-Ins make a comeback
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