Thrasher Theatre

105 S. Jefferson Street,
Ava, MO 65608

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Previous Names: Thrasher's Theatre

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Thrasher’s Theatre was opened on May 21, 1937 with Robert Allen in “Ranger Courage”. The theatre seated 250. It was later renamed Thrasher Theatre and was closed on December 9, 1943 with Grant Mitchell in “Father is a Prince” & William Bendix in “Taxi, Mister”.

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dallasmovietheaters on January 8, 2022 at 9:36 pm

Grocer Charley W. Thrasher took on the Meeker building at 105 South Jefferson owned by Wilson Theatre owner H.S. Wilson converting the Brown Tavern to Thrasher’s Theatre. Thrasher’s Theatre launched on May 21, 1937 with “Ranger Courage.” The theatre became the Thrasher Theatre and closed on December 9, 1943 with a double feature of “Father is a Prince” and “Taxi, Mister?”

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