Paramount Theatre's Summer Film Classics

Over 60 Hollywood classics will be presented between now and the end of August. Most films will be presented as double features with one admission price. Vintage trailers and Warner Bros. cartoons will also precede most shows. Tickets for adults are $5.25 evenings, $4 for matinees before 6pm; tickets for children under 12 and students with ID are $4. All seats are $3.25 on Tuesdays, and a special Flix-Tix book of 10 tickets costs $29.
Tickets for films are on sale day-of-show at the Paramount Box Office (713 Congress Ave.) which opens at noon or 30 minutes before the first showtime of the day, whichever is earlier.) Listed showtimes are all afternoon or evening starting times. For up-to-date info call 472-5470.

Jun 12
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: 7:20
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: 9:35

Jun 13
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: 7:20
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: 10:00

Jun 14
Taxi Driver: 7:15
Dog Day Afternoon: 9:40

Jun 15
Dog Day Afternoon: 4:45, 9:40
Taxi Driver: 2:20, 7:15

Jun 17
Holiday: 7:20
The Philadelphia Story: 9:25

Jun 18
The Philadelphia Story: 7:15
Holiday: 9:40

Jun 19
Breakfast at Tiffany's:
7:15
Funny Face: 9:40

Jun 20
Funny Face:
7:20
Breakfast at Tiffany's: 9:30

Jun 21
Risky Business: 7:25
Top Gun: 9:30

Jun 22
Risky Business: 2:55, 7:30
Top Gun: 5:00, 9:35

Jun 24

Swing Time: 7:20
On the Town: 9:30

Jun 25
On the Town:
7:20
Swing Time: 9:25

Jun 26
Jailhouse Rock: 7:25
Bye Bye Birdie: 9:30

Jun 27
Bye Bye Birdie: 7:25
Jailhouse Rock: 9:45

Jun 28

Cabaret: 7:15
All That Jazz: 9:50

Jun 29
Cabaret: 2:20, 7:15
All That Jazz: 4:45, 9:50

Jul 1
Wuthering Heights (1939): 7:20
Jane Eyre (1944): 9:30

Jul 2

Jane Eyre (1944: 7:20
Wuthering Heights (1939): 9:25

Jul 3
Shane: 7:20
High Noon: 9:45

Jul 5
High Noon: 7:20
Shane: 9:15

Jul 6

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: 4:30, 8:00

Jul 8
The War of the Worlds: 7:20
The Day the Earth Stood Still: 9:25

Jul 9
The Day the Earth Stood Still:
7:20
The War of the Worlds: 9:35

Jul 10
Barbarella: 7:20
The Queen of Outer Space: 9:35

Jul 11

The Queen of Outer Space:
7:20
Barbarella: 9:20

Jul 12
Blade Runner: Director's Cut: 7:00
A Clockwork Orange: 9:40

Jul 13
Blade Runner: Director's Cut: 1:25, 7:00
A Clockwork Orange: 4:05, 9:40

Jul 15
The 39 Steps: 7:30
The Lady Vanishes: 9:25

Jul 16
The Lady Vanishes: 7:30
The 39 Steps: 9:25

Jul 17
Shadow of a Doubt: 7:20
Rope: 9:35

Jul 18

Rope: 7:30
Shadow of a Doubt:
9:15

Jul 19
Vertigo: 7:00
North by Northwest: 9:25

Jul 20
Vertigo: 1:55, 7:00
North by Northwest: 4:20, 9:25

Jul 21
Frank Capra's American Dream:
7:20
Matinee Idol: 9:20

Jul 22

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town:
7:20
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington: 9:30

Jul 23
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington: 7:00
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town: 9:35

Jul 24
It Happpened One Night:
7:20
You Can't Take It with You: 9:35

Jul 25
You Can't Take It with You:
7:20
It Happened One Night: 9:50

Aug 3

A Star Is Born (1954): 3:00, 7:00

Aug 5
The Pink Panther: 7:20
What's New, Pussycat?: 9:40

Aug 6
What's New, Pussycat?: 7:20
The Pink Panther: 9:35

Aug 10
Giant: 7:30

Aug 12
From Here to Eternity:
7:20
Picnic: 9:45

Aug 13
Picnic: 7:20
From Here to Eternity: 9:40

Aug 17

A Man for All Seasons: 7:30 & 9:45

Aug 19
Valley of the Dolls: 7:20
Myra Breckinridge: 9:50

Aug 20
Myra Breckinridge: 7:20
Valley of the Dolls: 9:20

Aug 21

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?:
7:00
Sunset Blvd: 9:30

Aug 22
Sunset Blvd (tentative): 7:20
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (tentative) : 9:35

Aug 24
Out of Africa (tentative): 4:00, 7:00

Aug 26
The Bad Seed: 7:15
The Omen: 9:55

Aug 27
The Omen: 7:15
The Bad Seed: 9:30

Aug 28

Bananas: 7:30
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask): 9:15

Aug 29

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask):
7:30
Bananas: 9:20

Aug 30
Grease: 7:20
Saturday Night Fever: 9:35

Aug 31

Grease:
2:40, 7:20
Saturday Night Fever: 4:55, 9:35

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