During the early 1980's friends would pile into a convertible and head for the drive-in movie. You would pay two dollars per carload for the G rated movie and then swerve toward the lot showing the R rated movie and sometimes the one rated X. No one cared, no one checked, no one was asked to leave. There in the comfort of a car, teens would relax, chat, make-out, and get high, and sometimes actually watch the movie. Now that time is gone and sadly most drive-in’s have either been developed or abandoned. Before the era of latch key kids and milk carton advertising, teenagers had more freedom to have fun and grow up. The drive-in was a hang-out and a right of passage. Typical billings would include Sixteen Candles, Cinderella (the x-rated version,) and Angel. Angel was a movie about a teenage student/prostitute. Because in 1984 all high school girls were prim preppy honor students by day and hookers by night.