The last of its kind -- New Jersey's only drive-in movie theater open for business

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New Jersey's only drive-in movie theater is once again open for business in Vineland.

The theater offers moviegoers the experience of watching new films in an old-fashioned way.

Movie-goers are able to park their cars in front of the screens or sit in lawn chairs, and listen to the movie on their radios.

This year, films such as "How to Train Your Dragon," "Glass," and "Us," will be shown on the drive-in's two big screens.

The Delsea Drive-In was built back in 1949, and by 1970, there were nearly 50 drive-ins across the state.

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