WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- Harmon's here has opened its ninth video rental department in a new store that takes a 1950s theme as the inspiration for its decor. A 1950s feel suffuses the live-inventory, 2,000-tape department, called Harmon's Drive-In Video. Category signs look like car windows at a drive-in movie, and a replica of the back of an old Cadillac sticks out of the wall into the main store, said Wanda Munsell, video specialist. "The whole store has a '50s theme. They even play old ...

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