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Summer Classic Film Series

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  • CELEBRATING A 38-YEAR TRADITION!
    The summer's best films at Austin's only Movie Palace. More than 125 classic films as they were meant to be seen! Featuring many new prints, restored foreign classics, 70mm spectaculars and a slew of special events. All films screening at the Paramount are presented in 35mm, and all films at the Stateside are presented in digital HD.
    Download the Full Schedule Here 
     
  • FILM FAN CLUB
    Become a Film Fan today!
     In addition to the quintessential Film Fan benefits like discounted or free admission, convenient parking, complimentary popcorn, and premium seating, we’ve added some exciting new benefits like The Movie of the Month Club with Vulcan Video and Film Programmer Stephen Jannise + much more.
    Click here for a complete list of Film Fan benefits.

  • FLIX-TIX - THE BEST SUMMER MOVIE BARGAIN
    Flix-Tix
    gives you a book of 10 admissions for $50, good in any combination to any Paramount Presented Film (unless otherwise noted). You can buy Flix-Tix online, over the phone by calling 472-5470 ext 1, or in person at the Paramount Box Office.
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ADMISSION & TICKET INFORMATION

  • Online Advance Admission  -  $8
  • Regular Admission  -  $10 (Available at Paramount Box Office on day of show)
  • Film Fan Admission  -  $6 (Available at Paramount Box Office on day of show) - Become a Film Fan
  • Flix-Tix Booklet  -  $50  (10 admissions - good in any combination) - Buy Online
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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
  • 8.21.13 - Awesome, limited edition Gabz FARGO screen print available for purchase at 8/21 screening only!
  • 9.05.13 - Tip your hat to another amazing summer of classic film at the GONE WITH THE WIND Closing Party.
  • 9.06.13 - TCM's enlightening host and film historian Robert Osborne closes out our Summer Series on a high note!
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COMPLETE FILM LISTING
Download the Full Schedule Here

Double Features: When two movies are grouped together under the same thematic heading below, one ticket is good for both features when viewed back-to-back on the same day.

May:

Opening Night: Happy Beginnings (Paramount)
Two of the screen's greatest romances remind us that the happiest times don't always come at the end. Film Fans will be treated to an Opening Night party at 6PM with free beer/wine/popcorn and free admission to the evening's double feature. 
Thurs, May 23

CASABLANCA Thurs @ 7PM
ANNIE HALL  Thurs @ 9:10PM

An Evening with Leonard Maltin (Paramount)
Fri, May 24
The renowned film critic and historian will present a rarely seen film and join us after for a conversation.

LADY FOR A DAY  Fri @ 7:30PM - Special Engagement, No Passes/Flix-Tix

Memorial Day Weekend Marathon (Paramount/Stateside)
Sat-Sun, May 25-26
Join us this Memorial Day weekend as we revisit four classic war films.

Coop and Bogie Go to War (Paramount)
SERGEANT YORK Sat @ 2PM & @ 6:30PM; Sun @ 4PM
SAHARA Sat @4:35PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:30PM

Prisoners at War (Stateside)
THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI Sat @ 2:15PM
THE DIRTY DOZEN Sat @ 5:20PM 

Celebrating the 90th Anniversary of Warner Bros. Pictures (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Fri, May 28-31
Take a look back at the timeless films that defined this great studio.

Dirty Rats & Grande Dames (Paramount)
ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES Tues @ 7PM; Weds @ 9PM 
I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG Tues @ 9PM; Weds @ 7PM
NINOTCHKA Fri @ 9:05PM
JEZEBEL Fri @ 7PM

Warner Bros.- Seven Arts (Stateside)
Warner Bros. merged with Seven Arts Productions in the late 1960s and produced these groundbreaking cinematic landmarks of the New Hollywood era .

BONNIE AND CLYDE Wed @ 10PM
THE WILD BUNCH
Wed @ 7:15PM
COOL HAND LUKE
Thurs @ 7:15PM; Fri @ 9:30PM
BULLITT Thurs @ 9:45PM; Fri @ 7:15PM

June:

Paramount Kids Opening Day (Paramount)
Sunday, June 2 
Every weekend this summer, Paramount will offer family discounts for classic films that will get your kids excited to learn about the storied history of the movies. 

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD Sun @ 2PM & 6:20PM
LOONEY TUNES!!! Sun @ 4:05PM

TV Movies (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Wed, June 4-5
Get excited for ATX Fest by flipping over to these classic films about the TV industry. ATX Fest badge holders get free admission to any of these "TV Movies" with their badge. 

"Reality" TV (Paramount)
TOOTSIE Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:10PM
THE TRUMAN SHOW Tues @ 9:10PM; Wed @ 7PM

This Just In (Stateside)
Two films about reading the nightly news...and living to tell about it. 
NETWORK Tues @ 7:15PM; Wed @ 9:10PM
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK Tues @ 9:40PM; Wed @ 7:15PM

Musicals! (Paramount)
Thurs-Sun, June 6-9
Four classic musicals filled with songs you'll be singing for the rest of the week.  

42ND STREET Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 9PM
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 Thurs @ 8:50PM; Fri @ 7PM
THE GAY DIVORCEE Sat @ 1PM; Sun @ 5:15PM
SINGIN' IN THE RAIN Sat @ 3:10PM; Sun @ 7:20PM
THE SOUND OF MUSIC Sat @ 7PM; Sun @ 2PM

Film Noir 101 (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Wed, June 11-12
Shed some light on the subject of film noir as Paramount traces the history of the genre all summer long, starting with these four classics from the genre's Golden Age. 

DOUBLE INDEMNITY (Paramount) Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9PM
OUT OF THE PAST (Paramount) Tues @ 9:10PM; Wed 7PM 
THE MALTESE FALCON (Stateside) Tues @ 7:15PM; Wed @ 9:30PM
SUNSET BOULEVARD (Stateside) Tues @ 9:20PM; Wed @ 7:15PM 

East/West (Paramount/Stateside)
Thurs-Sun, June 13-16
Travel the world at the Paramount as we spotlight four films from the East and four from the Wild West. 

HIGH AND LOW (Paramount) Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 8:50PM
RASHOMON (Paramount) Thurs @ 9:45PM; Fri @ 7PM
STAGECOACH (Stateside) Thurs @ 7:15PM, Fri @ 9:10PM
3:10 TO YUMA (Stateside) Thurs @ 9:15PM; Fri @ 7:15PM
SHANE (Paramount) Sat @ 2PM & @ 6:40PM; Sun @ 4:25PM
THE SEARCHERS (Paramount) Sat @ 4:20PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:45PM
MONSOON WEDDING (Stateside) Sun @ 4:15PM
IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (Stateside) Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:25PM 

Daniel Day-Lewis: Then and Now (Paramount/Stateside)
Mon-Tues, June 17-18
Is he our greatest living actor? Here are four films to help you decide. 

MY LEFT FOOT (Paramount) Mon @ 7PM; Tues @ 9PM
MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE (Paramount) Mon @ 9:05PM; Tues @ 7PM
THERE WILL BE BLOOD (Stateside) Mon @ 7:15PM; Tues @ 9:40PM
IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER (Stateside) Mon @ 10:05PM; Tues @ 7:15PM

Frank Capra: Cinema's Great Optimist (Paramount)
Wed-Sun, June 19-23
"The American Dream Personified," Capra showed the world boundless hope and possibility. 

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Wed @ 7PM; Thurs @ 9:15PM
MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN Wed @ 9:30PM; Thurs @ 7PM
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT Sat @ 2PM & @ 6:40PM; Sun @ 4:35PM
MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON Sat @ 4:10PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:40PM 

Newman + Redford (Paramount)
Tues-Fri, June 25-28
Two mesmerizing actors with a flair for the dramatic and for winter sports. 

HUD Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:25PM
SLAP SHOT Tues @ 9:15PM; Wed @ 7PM
DOWNHILL RACER Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 9:40PM
ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN Thurs @ 9:05PM; Fri @ 7PM

Charlie Chaplin: One Talented Tramp (Paramount/Stateside)
Sat-Sun, June 29-30
From comedy to drama, silents to talkies, there seemed to be nothing that Chaplin couldn't do best. 

CITY LIGHTS (Paramount) Sun @ 2PM & @ 6PM
THE GOLD RUSH (Paramount)
Sun @ 3:55PM
MONSIEUR VERDOUX (Stateside) Sat @ 2:15PM; Sun @ 5PM
CHAPLIN (Stateside) Sat @ 4:40PM; Sun @ 2:15PM

July:


Film Noir 201 (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Wed, July 2-3

Philip Marlowe, Private Eye (Paramount)
Two different actors in two different eras give us two defining portraits of masculinity through Marlowe.
THE BIG SLEEP Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:15PM
THE LONG GOODBYE Tues @ 9:20PM; Wed @ 7PM

Noir Loves the 80's (Stateside)
These two films proved that if noir could survive the transition to color, it could survive synth music too.
BLOOD SIMPLE Tues @ 7:15PM; Wed @ 9:30PM
BODY HEAT Tues @ 9:15PM; Wed @ 7:15PM

Film Studies (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Sun, July 9-14
Do you miss the carefree college life? Recapture your glory days at the Paramount Film Institute.  

Meet Your Professors (Paramount)
Office hours have never been this zany. 
HORSE FEATHERS Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:15PM
BALL OF FIRE Tues @ 8:30PM; Wed @ 7PM

Civics (Stateside)
The study of the rights of citizens and of their duties to each other and to the government. 
12 ANGRY MEN Tues @ 7:15PM; Wed @ 9:15PM
HUNGER Tues @ 9:10PM; Wed @ 7:15PM

Studying Abroad (Paramount)
For a more accurate experience, have your parents buy these tickets for you. 
BICYCLE THIEVES Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 9:30PM
WINGS OF DESIRE Fri @ 7PM

Playing Hooky (Stateside)
Because, sometimes, going to class just isn't in the cards. 
THE 400 BLOWS Thurs @ 7:15PM; Fri @ 9:40PM
FISH TANK Thurs @ 9:15PM; Fri @ 7:15PM

Guest Lecturer: Audrey Hepburn (Paramount)
A master class in style, etiquette, and living the good life. 
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S Sat @ 7PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:30PM
ROMAN HOLIDAY Sat @ 9:15PM; Sun @ 4:15PM

Music Lessons (Stateside)
Because we are going to need about 72 more trombones. 
THE MUSIC MAN Sat @ 2:15PM & @ 7:50PM; Sun @ 5PM
GYPSY Sat @ 5:10PM; Sun @ 2:15PM & @ 7:50PM

Swingin' Britons of the 1960's (Paramount)
CASINO ROYALE Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:10PM
WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT Tues @ 9:30PM; Wed @ 7PM
THE IPCRESS FILE Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 8:55PM
PULP Thurs @ 9:10PM; Fri @ 7PM
THE PINK PANTHER Sat @ 2PM & @ 6:25PM; Sun @ 4:05PM
A SHOT IN THE DARK Sat @ 4:25PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:25PM

Naughty, Bawdy 1933 (Paramount)
Tues-Wed, July 23-24

DINNER AT EIGHT Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 8:55PM
DESIGN FOR LIVING Tues @ 8:55PM; Wed @ 7PM

Iron and Wine Presents: A Woman Under the Influence (Paramount)
Fri, July 26
Hosted by Sam Beam (Iron and Wine) - Free small popcorn!

A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE Fri @ 7:30PM

The Marx Brothers: Anarchists' Delight (Paramount)
Sun, July 28

A NIGHT AT THE OPERA Sun @ 2PM & @ 5:25PM
DUCK SOUP Sun @ 4PM

Horror and Fantasy in the 1930's (Stateside)
KING KONG Sun @ 3:50PM
THE INVISIBLE MAN Sun @ 2:15PM & @ 5:45PM

Hitchcock Week (Paramount/Stateside)
Mon-Thurs, July 29-August 1 

SABOTAGE (Paramount) Mon @ 7PM; Tues @ 9:10PM
TO CATCH A THIEF (Paramount) Mon @ 8:40PM; Tues @ 7PM
THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (Stateside) Mon @ 7:15PM; Tues @ 9:15PM
THE LADY VANISHES (Stateside) Mon @ 8:50PM; Tues @ 7:15PM
REAR WINDOW (Paramount) Wed @ 7PM; Thurs @ 9:05PM
DIAL M FOR MURDER (Paramount) Wed @ 9:15PM; Thurs @ 7PM
SHADOW OF A DOUBT (Stateside) Wed @ 7:15PM; Thurs @ 9:25PM
PSYCHO (Stateside) Wed @ 9:25PM; Thurs @ 7:15PM

August:

Father Figures (Paramount)
Sun, August 4
Two young men find guidance from some unlikely sources. 

BACK TO THE FUTURE Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:45PM
THE KARATE KID Sun @ 4:20PM

World Cinema Classics (Paramount/Stateside) 
Tues-Sun, August 6-18

8 1/2 (Paramount) Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9:10PM 
NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (Paramount) Tues @ 9:40PM; Wed @ 7PM
LE PETIT SOLDAT (Paramount) Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 9:15PM
MAX AND THE JUNKMEN (Paramount) Thurs @ 8:50PM; Fri @ 7PM
THE RED BALLOON/WHITE MANE (Paramount) Sat @2PM; Sun @ 4:05PM
THE NEVERENDING STORY (Paramount) Sat @ 3:55PM; Sun @ 2PM
PORTRAIT OF JASON (Paramount) Sat @ 6PM; Sun @ 6PM
AMARCORD (Stateside) Sat @ 2:15PM & @ 6:05PM; Sun @ 4:05PM
UMBERTO D (Stateside) Sat @4:20PM; Sun @ 2:15PM & @ 6:05PM
THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE (Paramount) Mon @ 7PM; Tues @ 9:05PM
THAT OBSCURE OBJECT OF DESIRE (Paramount) Mon @ 9:05PM; Tues @ 7PM
LE DOULOS (Paramount) Wed @ 7PM; Thurs @ 9PM
UN FLIC (Paramount) Wed @ 9:10PM; Thurs @ 7PM
SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE (Paramount) Sat @ 2PM; Sun @ 4:20PM
PAN'S LABYRINTH (Paramount) Sat @ 3:55PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:10PM
THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT (Paramount) Sat @ 7PM *Austin PRIDE Special Event*
THE SEVENTH SEAL (Stateside) Sat @ 2:15PM & @ 6:05PM; Sun @ 4:10PM
WILD STRAWBERRIES (Stateside) Sat @ 4:15PM; Sun @ 2:15PM & @ 6:05PM 

Film Noir 101 (Paramount/Stateside)
Tues-Wed, August 20-21

Dark Films for Dark Times (Paramount)
Two gorgeously, unrelentingly cynical masterpieces

CHINATOWN Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 9PM
SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS Tues @ 9:30PM; Wed @ 7PM

Noir Now (Stateside)
These two modern classics recall the history of noir while taking the genre in new directions.

L.A. CONFIDENTIAL Tues @ 7:15PM; Wed @ 9:15PM
FARGO Tues @ 9:55PM; Wed @ 7:15PM

Texas Tribune Presents (Paramount)
Thurs-Sun, August 22-25
Four films about lives in journalism presented by Austin's own Texas Tribune.

ACE IN THE HOLE Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 9:15PM
THE PAPER Thurs @ 9:15PM; Fri @ 7PM
HIS GIRL FRIDAY Sat @ 2PM & @ 6:05PM; Sun @ 4:15PM
WOMAN OF THE YEAR Sat @ 3:55PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 6:05PM

70mm Classics (Paramount)
Tues-Sun, August 27-September 1 

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY Tues @ 7pm; Wed @ 7PM
WEST SIDE STORY Thurs @ 7PM; Fri @ 7PM
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Sat @7PM; Sun @ 2PM & @ 7PM

September:

The Life and Times of Woody Allen (Paramount)
Tues-Wed, September 4-5
Join us for a trip down memory lane in two of Woody Allen's finest films. 

THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO Tues @ 7PM; Wed @ 8:45PM
RADIO DAYS Tues @ 8:45PM; Wed @ 7PM

(Almost) The Grande Finale (Paramount)
Thurs, September 5 
Join us for our annual tradition as we (almost) close the series with this legendary epic.

GONE WITH THE WIND Thurs @ 7PM

Paramount Theatre presents
TCM'S ROBERT OSBORNE - Behind the Scenes of Gone with the Wind

Fri, September 6
Turner Classic Movies host and film historian, Robert Osborne, helps us end the series on a high note.

For those of us whose love of classic movies wouldn't exist without Robert Osborne's informative and enlightening presence on TCM, it will be a real treat to have him join us in person to talk about our shared love of classic movies. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see Osborne in person! Special Engagement, No Passes or Flix-Tix. Fri @ 7PM.