Frayser Drive-In

930 Stage Avenue,
Memphis, TN 38127

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Frayser Drive-In

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The Frayser Drive-In was operated by Malco Theatres from the mid 50’s through the mid 80’s. I believe it closed in 1984, at the same time as Malco’s Bellevue Drive-In, and that they were the last two single screen drive-ins operating in Memphis. I don’t know if any trace remains.

Contributed by Bob Brown

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ghsong
ghsong on November 26, 2010 at 7:02 am

this was a popul;ar drive in during their hay day but lost its glow along with others in the 70s….we would stow away in the trunks of cars to avoid admission fees.one of the larger churches in frayser would conduct an outreach ministry there on sumdays for those who wanted to go to church but did not want to go to the trouble of getting out of their car to do so.

i think the funniest thing about the frayser drive is that as it was in its death throes it began to show porn….now understand that the screen could be seen very plainly from heavily travelled thomas street….i would not be surprised if this was not the cause of many auto accidents.

vastor
vastor on November 24, 2012 at 2:15 pm

This site has been re-developed into an industrial site.

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