We have multitude of streaming options today, but in 1958, the cutting edge was a closed-circuit channel that showed first-run movies for $4.95 a month — about $45 in today’s money. Here, sisters Alyne and Candy Kennedy of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, patiently wait for their parents to switch on the Emerson.

We have multitude of streaming options today, but in 1958, the cutting edge was a closed-circuit channel that showed first-run movies for $4.95 a month — about $45 in today’s money. Here, sisters Alyne and Candy Kennedy of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, patiently wait for their parents to switch on the Emerson.

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