The "we will remember them" promise is being kept at Dubbo Westview Drive-In, which has planned a commemorative event for the eve of Anzac Day.
Saturday night will feature a screening of the 1987 war drama The Lighthorsemen on the big screen.
There will be a 6pm live reading of the Ode of Remembrance, and the Last Post and the Rouse will be sounded.
Original light horse equipment and World War I memorabilia will also be on display.
Tickets for the event are only $25 per car, or people can use one of their NSW Dine & Discover vouchers, the drive-in says in a post to social media.
Any current or former defence force members and their immediate families are invited to attend the event as guests of the Westview Drive-In and at no charge (one care per family).
The Lighthorsemen is set in Palestine in 1917 and based on the Australian light horse brigade involved in the Battle of Beersheba.
Jon Blake, Peter Phelps and Gary Sweet are among the cast.
Gates open at 5.30pm.
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