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THE BIG SHOW O nce upon a time there was a classic drive-in movie in Bridge- hampton. Now the K-Mart parking lot back then we’d load the car up and spend the evening watching old sci-fi and monster films till the sun came up. Long gone you can catch a glimpse of that experience at a number of local venues.   OUTDOOR CLASSICS The Hamptons are filled with Hollywood “A” talent, none more so than legendary director Steven Spielberg. In honor of his decades of ex- cellence the SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER 631-283-0967 will show the best of his works in July and August. These free outdoor screenings kick-off with RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK on July 6 followed by the equally thrilling INDIAN JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM on the 13th. If you’ve ever believed “they’re out there” be sure to come back July 20 for CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND. Finally Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman cross comic swords in Spielberg’s take-off on Peter Pan, HOOK on July 27. You’ll find all these and more screening at their Job’s Lane home in the center of Southamp- ton Village. Over in Sag Harbor CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 631-725-0128 is putting the final touches on their annual summer film fest. Making per- fect use of the great lawn adjacent their Route 114 campus and working with Hampton’s Drive-In they erect a towering 20X40 screen paired with state-of-the art digital projection and sound to bring your family an eve- ning’s entertainment under the summer stars. This August they plan to show WONDER WOMAN and the first IN- CREDIBLES. For dates and times check with their website www.christ- churchshny.org or give them a call. Enjoy food, drink, candy and popcorn to go with a classic film. Both movies are free with proceeds benefiting the Bay Street Theater and on-going fund raising for the new, Sag Har- bor Cinema project. Speaking of revivals, after a two-year hiatus, MARDERS 631-537- 3700 is back in the outdoor movie business, too. Better known as one of the largest and best respected nurseries in the area they also have shown free classics on their iconic Hay Wall. Although the titles are not yet avail-