Hot Fun in the Summertime

Citywide Summer Film Series

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The Lady From Shanghai

Paramount Summer Film Classics

Films screen at the Paramount Theatre (713 Congress) through August. Regular admission is $6.50 for adults ($5.50 for features before 6pm); $4.50 for kids under 12, students, and seniors. Flix-Tix, good for 10 admissions, may be purchased for $38 (available through the Paramount box office). Flix-Tix and passes not applicable for select films (*). For more info, call 472-5470 or visit www.theparamount.org.

To Have and Have Not (D: Howard Hawks, 1944): Fri, 5/23, 7:15pm; Sat, 5/24, 9:45pm

The Big Sleep (D: Howard Hawks, 1946): Fri, 5/23, 9:40pm; Sat, 5/24, 7:15pm

Thoroughly Modern Millie (D: George Roy Hill, 1967): Sun, 5/25, 1:20, 5:30, & 7:40pm

The Awful Truth (D: Leo McCarey, 1937): Tue, 5/27, 7:20pm; Wed, 5/28, 9:30pm

His Girl Friday (D: Howard Hawks, 1940): Tue, 5/27, 9:30pm; Wed, 5/28, 7:20pm

Easy Rider (D: Dennis Hopper, 1969): Thu, 5/29, 9:30pm; Fri, 5/30, 7 & 11pm

The Wild One (D: Laslo Benedek, 1953): Thu, 5/29, 7:30pm; Fri, 5/30, 9pm

The Bridge on the River Kwai (D: David Lean, 1957): Sun, 6/1, 1:10, 4:20, & 7:30pm

*Stormy Weather (D: Andrew L. Stone, 1943): Tue, 6/3, 9:20pm; Wed, 6/4, 7:30pm (Fayard Nicholas in attendance)

Down Argentine Way (D: Irving Cummings, 1940): Tue, 6/3, 7:15pm; Wed, 6/4, 9:25pm

And Now for Something Completely Different (D: Ian McNaughton & Terry Gilliam, 1971): Thu, 6/5, 7:30pm; Fri, 6/6, 9:45pm

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (D: Terry Gilliam, 1988): Thu, 6/5, 9:45pm; Fri, 6/6, 7:15pm

Poltergeist (D: Tobe Hooper, 1982): Sat, 6/7, 7:15pm; Sun, 6/8, 3 & 7:45pm

The Haunting (D: Robert Wise, 1963): Sat, 6/7, 9:40pm; Sun, 6/8, 5:25pm

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (D: Mike Nichols, 1966): Tue, 6/10, 7:15pm; Wed, 6/11, 9:25pm

Butterfield 8 (D: Daniel Mann, 1960): Tue, 6/10, 9:45pm; Wed, 6/11, 7:15pm

Citizen Kane (D: Orson Welles, 1941): Thu, 6/12, 9:25pm; Sat, 6/14,7pm

The Third Man (D: Carol Reed, 1949): Thu, 6/12, 7:15pm; Sat, 6/14, 9:45pm

The Party (D: Blake Edwards, 1968): Tue, 6/17, 7:15pm; Wed, 6/18, 9:45pm

Casino Royale (D: John Huston, 1967): Tue, 6/17, 9:30pm; Wed, 6/18, 7:10pm

Goldfinger (D: Guy Hamilton, 1964): Thu, 6/19, 7:15pm; Fri, 6/20, 9:50pm

Thunderball (D: Terence Young, 1965): Thu, 6/19, 9:45pm; Fri, 6/20, 7:15pm

The Great Escape (D: John Sturges, 1963): Sun, 6/22, 3:30 & 7pm

Trouble in Paradise (D: Ernst Lubitsch, 1932): Tue, 7/1, 7:15pm; Wed, 7/2, 9:20pm

To Be or Not to Be (D: Ernst Lubitsch, 1942): Tue, 7/1, 9:15pm; Wed, 7/2, 7:15pm

A Clockwork Orange (D: Stanley Kubrick, 1971): Thu, 7/3, 7 & 9:45pm

The Day the Earth Stood Still (D: Robert Wise, 1951): Sat, 7/5, 7pm; Sun, 7/6, 2:40 & 7pm

Forbidden Planet (D: Fred McLeod Wilcox, 1956): Sat, 7/5, 9:15pm; Sun, 7/6, 4:55 & 9:15pm

A Night at the Opera (D: Sam Wood, 1935): Tue, 7/8, 7:15pm; Wed, 7/9, 9:30pm

A Day at the Races (D: Sam Wood, 1937): Tue, 7/8, 9:30pm; Wed, 7/9, 7:15pm

The Philadelphia Story (D: George Cukor, 1940): Thu, 7/10, 7:15pm; Fri, 7/11, 9:40pm

Breakfast at Tiffany's (D: Blake Edwards, 1961): Thu, 7/10, 9:30pm; Fri, 7/11, 7:15pm

Wait Until Dark (D: Terence Young, 1967): Sat, 7/12,7:15pm; Sun, 7/13, 2:45 & 7:15pm

Dial M for Murder (D: Alfred Hitchcock, 1954): Sat, 7/12, 9:30pm; Sun, 7/13, 5 & 9:30pm

Blue Velvet (D: David Lynch, 1986): Tue, 7/15, 7:15pm; Wed, 7/16, 9:15pm

Night of the Hunter (D: Charles Laughton, 1955): Tue, 7/15, 9:45pm; Wed, 7/16, 7:15pm

Caddyshack (D: Harold Ramis, 1980): Thu, 7/17, 7:15pm; Fri, 7/18, 9:35pm

Stripes (D: Ivan Reitman, 1981): Thu, 7/17, 9:35pm; Fri, 7/18, 7:15pm

Metropolis (D: Fritz Lang, 1927): Sat, 7/19, 7:15 & 9:50pm

*Spy Kids 3-D Premiere: Sun, 7/20

The Deer Hunter (D: Michael Cimino, 1978): Tue & Wed, 7/22 & 7/23, 7:15pm

Taxi Driver (D: Martin Scorsese, 1976): Thu, 7/24, 7:15pm; Fri, 7/25, 9:35pm

Midnight Cowboy (D: John Schlesinger, 1969): Thu, 7/24, 9:35pm; Fri, 7/25, 7:15pm

*aGLIFF Sing-along Grease (D: Randal Kleiser, 1978): Sat, 7/26

Hawaii (D: George Roy Hill, 1966): Sun, 7/27, 3 & 7pm

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly (Sergio Leone, 1967): Tue & Wed, 7/29 & 7/30, 7:30pm (All ticket prices increased by 50 cents. Passes & Flix-Tix OK.)

Foreign Correspondent (D: Alfred Hitchcock, 1940): Thu, 7/31, 7:15pm; Fri, 8/1, 9:50pm

Saboteur (D: Alfred Hitchcock, 1942): Thu, 7/31, 9:40pm; Fri, 8/1, 7:15pm

The Way We Were (D: Sydney Pollack, 1973): Sat, 8/2,7:15 & 9:45pm; Sun, 8/3, 2:30pm (All tickets increased by 50 cents. Passes & Flix-Tix OK.)

Beauty and the Beast (D: Jean Cocteau, 1946): Sun, 8/3, 5 & 7pm

The Seven Samurai (D: Akira Kurosawa, 1954): Tue & Wed, 8/5 & 8/6, 7:15pm (All ticket prices increased by 50 cents. Passes & Flix-Tix OK.)

The Thomas Crown Affair (D: Norman Jewison, 1968): Thu, 8/7, 9:40pm; Fri, 8/8, 7:15pm

Topkapi (D: Jules Dassin, 1964): Thu, 8/7, 7:15pm; Fri, 8/8, 9:25pm

West Side Story (D: Robert Wise & Jerome Robbins, 1961): Sun, 8/10, 1:30, 4:30, & 7:30pm

San Francisco (D: W.S. Van Dyke II, 1936): Tue, 8/12, 7:15pm; Wed, 8/13, 9:25pm

In Old Chicago (D: Henry King, 1937): Tue, 8/12, 9:35pm; Wed, 8/13, 7:15pm

Carrie (D: Brian De Palma, 1976): Thu, 8/14, 7:15pm; Fri, 8/15, 10pm

Rosemary's Baby (D: Roman Polanski, 1968): Thu, 8/14, 9:20pm; Fri, 8/15, 7:15pm

The Producers (D: Mel Brooks, 1968): Sat, 8/16, 7:30 & 9:45pm; Sun, 8/17, 2:45 & 5pm

Anatomy of a Murder (D: Otto Preminger, 1959): Sun, 7/17, 7:15pm

Touch of Evil (D: Orson Welles, 1958): Tue, 8/19, 7:15pm; Wed, 8/20, 9:05pm

The Lady From Shanghai (D: Orson Welles, 1948): Tue, 8/19, 9:25pm; Wed, 8/20, 7:15pm

Cabaret (D: Bob Fosse, 1972): Sun, 8/24, 1:50, 3:40, & 7:30pm

El Cid (D: Anthony Mann, 1961): Tue, 8/26, 7:15pm

Out of Africa (D: Sydney Pollack, 1985): Wed & Thu, 8/27 & 8/28, 7:15pm

Lord Jim (D: Richard Brooks, 1965): Fri & Sat, 8/29 & 8/30, 7:45pm (All prices increased by 50 cents. Passes & Flix-Tix OK.)

Gone With the Wind (D: Victor Fleming, 1939): Sun, 8/31, 2 & 7pm

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