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Classic films at the Paramount, all summer long

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Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students with ID, seniors, and matinees before 6pm. Tickets are on sale now and are available only at the Paramount box office, 713 Congress. For information, call 472-5470. Flix-tix discounted tickets (10 tickets for $35) will be accepted.

F 5/25

Casablanca, 7:30pm, The Maltese Falcon, 9:45pm

Sa 5/26

The Maltese Falcon, 7:30pm, Casablanca, 9:45pm

Su 5/27

Casablanca, 2:15 & 6:45pm, The Maltese Falcon, 4:30 & 9pm

Tu 5/29

The Pink Panther, 7:25pm, A Shot in the Dark, 9:45pm

W 5/30

A Shot in the Dark, 7:25pm, The Pink Panther, 9:35pm

Th 5/31

A Star Is Born, 7:30pm

F 6/1

The Longest Day, 8pm

Su 6/3

A Star Is Born, 3pm, The Longest Day, 7:30pm

Tu 6/12

They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, 7:15pm, Klute, 9:45pm

W 6/13

Klute, 7:15pm, They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, 9:40pm

Th 6/14

Blazing Saddles, 7:30pm, Young Frankenstein, 9:35pm

F 6/15

Young Frankenstein, 7:30pm, Blazing Saddles, 9:45pm


Raiders of the Lost Ark, 2:30, 5:10, 7:50pm

Tu 6/26

Duel in the Sun, 7:15 & 9:55pm

W 6/27

Duel in the Sun, 7:15 & 9:55pm

Th 6/28

Phantom of the Paradise, 7:30pm, Tommy, 9:30pm

F 6/29

Tommy, 7:30pm, Phantom of the Paradise, 9:45pm

Su 7/1

Meet Me in St. Louis, 1pm, An American in Paris, 3:20pm, Slacker, 7pm

Tu 7/3

Meet Me in St. Louis, 7:30pm, An American in Paris, 9:45pm

Th 7/5

M*A*S*H, 7:15pm, Stalag 17, 9:45pm

F 7/6

Stalag 17, 7:15pm, M*A*S*H, 9:45pm

Sa 7/7

Jason & the Argonauts, 1:30pm, Ben-Hur, 7:30pm

Su 7/8

Ben-Hur, 2:30 & 7:30pm, Jason & the Argonauts, 3:45pm

Tu 7/10

Public Enemy, 7:30pm, White Heat, 9:20pm

W 7/11

White Heat, 7:20pm, Public Enemy, 9:40pm

Th 7/12

Bullitt, 7:20pm, Dirty Harry, 9:40pm

F 7/13

Dirty Harry, 7:30pm, Bullitt, 9:45pm

Sa 7/14

The Little Princess, 2 & 4:15pm, The Godfather, 7:30pm

Su 7/15

The Little Princess, 1pm, The Godfather, 3 & 7pm

Tu 7/17

The Killing of Sister George, 7pm, The Children's Hour, 9:45pm

W 7/18

The Children's Hour, 7:15pm, The Killing of Sister George, 9:30pm

Th 7/19

Dr. No, 7:25pm, From Russia With Love, 9:45pm

F 7/20

From Russia With Love, 7:25pm, Dr. No, 9:45pm

Sa 7/21

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, 2 & 4:30pm, National Lampoon's Animal House, 7:15pm, The Blues Brothers, 9:35pm

Su 7/22

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, 2pm, National Lampoon's Animal House, 4:40 & 9:45pm, The Blues Brothers, 7:05pm

Tu 7/24

The Searchers, 7:15pm, The Quiet Man, 9:45pm

W 7/25

The Quiet Man, 7:15pm, The Searchers, 9:50pm

Th 7/26

The Apartment, 7:15pm, The Odd Couple, 9:50pm

F 7/27

The Odd Couple, 7:20pm, The Apartment, 9:35pm

Su 7/29

To Kill a Mockingbird, 2:30, 5:20, & 8pm

Tu 7/31

The Philadelphia Story, 7:20pm, High Society, 9:45pm

W 8/1

High Society, 7:30pm, The Philadelphia Story, 9:40pm

Th 8/2

The Adventures of Robin Hood, 7:30pm, Robin and Marian, 9:45pm

F 8/3

The Adventures of Robin Hood, 7:30pm, Robin and Marian, 9:45pm

Su 8/5

The Sugarland Express, 2:30 & 7:15pm, Raising Arizona, 4:55 & 9:35pm

Th 8/9

Chinatown, 7:15pm, The Long Goodbye, 9:55pm

F 8/10

The Long Goodbye, 7:15pm, Chinatown, 9:35pm

Sa 8/11

National Velvet, 1:30 & 4:20pm, Saturday Night Fever, 7:15pm, Footloose, 9:45pm

Su 8/12

National Velvet, 2pm, Saturday Night Fever, 5 & 9:45pm, Footloose, 7:30pm

Tu 8/14

Stage Fright, 7:15pm, I Confess, 9:35pm

W 8/15

I Confess, 7:20pm, Stage Fright, 9:30pm

Th 8/16

North by Northwest, 7 & 9:45pm

Su 8/19

North by Northwest, 2:10, 5, 7:50pm

Tu 8/21

Fellini Satyricon, 7:10 & 9:45pm

W 8/22

Fellini Satyricon, 7:10 & 9:45pm

Th 8/23

Ferris Bueller's Day Off, 7:30pm, Pretty in Pink, 9:30pm

F 8/24

Pretty in Pink, 7:30pm, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, 9:30pm

Su 8/25

Oliver!, 1, 4:30, & 8pm

Tu 8/28

Ghostbusters, 7:15 & 9:30pm

W 8/29

Ghostbusters, 7:15 & 9:30pm

Th 8/30

Spartacus (70mm), 7:30pm

F 8/31

Spartacus (70mm), 7:30pm

Sa 9/1

Gone With the Wind, 8pm

Su 9/2

Gone With the Wind, 2:30 & 7:30pm

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