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Movie draws a fine harvest

More than 230 cars and trucks are parked at Tucker Farms in Gabriels Thursday night as their occupants watch a special drive-in movie screening of “Back to the Future,” organized by the farm and Good Guy Productions. Late at night after the movie ended and a line of cars left Gabriels, local history writer Howard Riley, who was born on the farm next door, commented, “It was a pretty incredible sight coming out of that hamlet.” (Provided photo — Jordan Craig)
Cars and trucks enter a field at Tucker Farms in Gabriels Thursday night for a special drive-in movie screening of “Back to the Future,” organized by the farm and Good Guy Productions. (Provided photo — Jordan Craig)
From left, Sam Branch, Katie Holvic and Stephen Ward from the Paul Smiths-Gabriels Volunteer Fire Department sell drinks and snacks to Howard Riley and Ruth Chasolen out of a four-wheeler before a drive-in movie begins Thursday evening at Tucker Farms in Gabriels. (Enterprise photo — Aaron Cerbone)
People in cars watch “Back to the Future” as a special drive-in movie screening Thursday night at Tucker Farms in Gabriels. (Enterprise photo — Andy Flynn)
Cars and trucks are parked at Tucker Farms in Gabriels Thursday night for a special drive-in movie screening of “Back to the Future,” organized by the farm and Good Guy Productions. (Provided photo — Jordan Craig)
Cars and trucks are parked at Tucker Farms in Gabriels Thursday night for a special drive-in movie screening of “Back to the Future,” organized by the farm and Good Guy Productions. (Provided photo — Jordan Craig)
Cars and trucks are parked at Tucker Farms in Gabriels Thursday night for a special drive-in movie screening of “Back to the Future,” organized by the farm and Good Guy Productions. (Provided photo — Jordan Craig)

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