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Posted: Monday, September 2, 2013 11:11 pm | Updated: 3:21 pm, Wed Sep 4, 2013.

BRISTOL , Tenn. — Ellen Warden flips through her calendar and looks at the movie titles posted on each weekend this summer, separating the bombs from the blockbusters. In her opinion, it was one of Twin City Drive-In Theatre’s biggest years in recent memory.

But Warden and the few remaining drive-in owners left in the U.S. are facing an expensive change that could shut some of them down. And it’s coming from the companies that supply them with the movies that flash on their screens – the move from 35mm film print projections to a crisper, clearer digital picture.

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