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A Night of Buster: Free Outdoor Silent Movies Starring Buster Keaton

Silents, Please St. Louis is throwing a Buster Keaton party and everyone’s invited…for free! Featuring Sherlock Jr. and a hand-picked selection of hilarious Buster shorts, this will be a night of pure silent-film delight. Kids of all ages welcome! Tickets are free, but we strongly recommend reserving tickets in advance as space is limited. THIS IS AN OUTDOOR SCREENING. Please enter through our entrance located at 5230 Gravois Ave. and proceed to the back patio. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the film. Limited seating is available, first come first served. It is strongly recommended that you BYO chair.

Venue Details

  • The Heavy Anchor

    5226 Gravois Ave., St. Louis St. Louis - South City


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