May 24, 2015


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The Stardust Drive-In in Morden, Manitoba

Terry Nelson works in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
Terry Nelson splices film in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
Film splicing equipment in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
The Stardust Drive-In projectors use giant incandescent bulbs to light the film.
A family watches the show at Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Visitors line up for popcorn and snacks at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Marlene Nelson serves popcorn to a visitor at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
One of the projector lenses at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
The projection windows at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
A visitor's dog pops its head out of the van before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Marlene Nelson gathers some freshly made popcorn before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Marlene Nelson prepares the food counter at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
Marlene Nelson checks the popcorn machine before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Terry Nelson splices together the previews for the projector prior to showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
Terry Nelson adjusts the film reel on one of the projectors just before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden.
A film reel and splicing equipment in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden.
Terry Nelson works in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Terry Nelson splices film in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Film splicing equipment in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
The Stardust Drive-In projectors use giant incandescent bulbs to light the film. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
A family watches the show at Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Visitors line up for popcorn and snacks at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Marlene Nelson serves popcorn to a visitor at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
One of the projector lenses at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
The projection windows at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
A visitor's dog pops its head out of the van before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Marlene Nelson gathers some freshly made popcorn before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Marlene Nelson prepares the food counter at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Marlene Nelson checks the popcorn machine before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Terry Nelson splices together the previews for the projector prior to showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
Terry Nelson adjusts the film reel on one of the projectors just before showtime at the Stardust Drive-In in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
A film reel and splicing equipment in the projection room at the Stardust Drive-In theatre in Morden. - Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press

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