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American Road Magazine Volume 9 No. 2 Back Issue

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The Summer 2011 issue of American Road® magazine honors the drive-in's unparalleled pull on nostalgia's strings. It begins by unveiling "American Road’s Top 12 Road Films"—a compendium selected by American Road® staff from a list of sixty contesting road movies. Each film was rated with regard to classic status, cinematic contributions, and personal appeal. The magazine staff's designated dozen presents cinematic milestones that defined the genre over the past one hundred years.

Homage is paid to drive-ins proper with an extensive ensemble piece: "A Night at the Drive-In" visits twenty-six outdoor movie oases that keep nights bright across North America. "Intermission Time, Folks!" unwinds with Robbie Mack, keeper of time-honored intermission trailers and head of Filmack Studios—the company that graced screens with dancing hotdogs, hungry dwarves, and other shining wonders since 1919. Editor Robert Klara closes the show with "B-Movie, Be Mine: Saltair and Carnival of Souls"—the story of horror director Herk Harvey, a Utah amusement park, and the making of a cult classic off the Lincoln Highway.
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Volume 9 No. 2 The Summer 2011 issue of American Road® magazine honors the drive-in's unparalleled pull on nostalgia's strings. It begins by unveiling "American Road’s Top 12 Road Films"—a compendium selected by American Road® staff from a list of sixty contesting road movies. Each film was rated with regard to classic status, cinematic contributions, and personal appeal. The magazine staff's designated dozen presents cinematic milestones that defined the genre over the past one hundred years. Homage is paid to drive-ins proper with an extensive ensemble piece: "A Night at the Drive-In" visits twenty-six outdoor movie oases that keep nights bright across North America. "Intermission Time, Folks!" unwinds with Robbie Mack, keeper of time-honored intermission trailers and head of Filmack Studios—the company that graced screens with dancing hotdogs, hungry dwarves, and other shining wonders since 1919. Editor Robert Klara closes the show with "B-Movie, Be Mine: Saltair and Carnival of Souls"—the story of horror director Herk Harvey, a Utah amusement park, and the making of a cult classic off the Lincoln Highway.


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The Summer 2011 issue of American Road® magazine honors the drive-in's unparalleled pull on nostalgia's strings. It begins by unveiling "American Road’s Top 12 Road Films"—a compendium selected by American Road® staff from a list of sixty contesting road movies. Each film was rated with regard to classic status, cinematic contributions, and personal appeal. The magazine staff's designated dozen presents cinematic milestones that defined the genre over the past one hundred years.

Homage is paid to drive-ins proper with an extensive ensemble piece: "A Night at the Drive-In" visits twenty-six outdoor movie oases that keep nights bright across North America. "Intermission Time, Folks!" unwinds with Robbie Mack, keeper of time-honored intermission trailers and head of Filmack Studios—the company that graced screens with dancing hotdogs, hungry dwarves, and other shining wonders since 1919. Editor Robert Klara closes the show with "B-Movie, Be Mine: Saltair and Carnival of Souls"—the story of horror director Herk Harvey, a Utah amusement park, and the making of a cult classic off the Lincoln Highway.
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Below is a selection of articles in American Road Volume 9 No. 2.