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Summer Classic Film Series

ABOUT

Thank you for a great series! Join us throughout the year for continued, one-off film screenings. We look forward to seeing you for our 40th Summer Classic Film Series in May 2015.

A beloved Austin tradition returns for its 39th year! The Paramount and Stateside Theatres once again welcome more than 110 classic films into their historic venues, featuring treasured favorites, restored prints, and new discoveries all summer long. The thrill and excitement of the movies as they are meant to be seen – on the big screen! All films screening at the Paramount are presented in 35mm, and all films at the Stateside are presented in digital HD.

 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. (*Film Fan discount is redeemable at the Box Office the night of a show. After purchase, your badge will be ready for pick up in two working days (if you need to rush this order please call 512-474-1221 ext.1).

  • FLIX-TIX - THE BEST SUMMER MOVIE BARGAIN
    Flix-Tix
    gives you a book of 10 admissions for $50, good in any combination Paramount Presented Film (unless otherwise noted). You can buy Flix-Tix over the phone by calling 472-5470 ext 1, or in person at the Paramount Box Office (expires September 7, 2014).
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ADMISSION & TICKET INFORMATION

  • Online Advance Admission  -  $12 (Includes a $1 preservation fee)
  • Regular Admission  -  $12 (Available at Paramount Box Office on day of show and includes a $1 preservation fee)
  • Film Fan Admission  -  $7 (Available at Paramount Box Office on day of show) - Become a Film Fan
  • Flix-Tix Booklet  -  $50  (10 admissions - good in any combination; expires September 7, 2014) - Buy Online
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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
  • 5.22.14 - Opening night: The Wizard of Oz “Family Night Screening” - Kids 12 and under get in for half-price!
  • 5.31.14 to 6.1.14 Sound of Music Singalongs: Three chances to sing along with Maria and the Von Trapp Family.
  • 6.29.14 - Enjoy an optional round of martinis and manicures before a showing of Breakfast at Tiffany's.
  • 7.20.14 - TCM's enlightening host and film historian: An Evening with Robert Osborne.
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COMPLETE FILM LISTING

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:

Hollywood’s Golden Year: A 75th Anniversary Tribute to 1939 – Thurs-Thurs, May 22-29 (Paramount100)
You could practically fill a whole summer with films from this most remarkable of years, but we’ll just stick to a week’s worth of highlights 

OPENING NIGHT FILM! THE WIZARD OF OZ  Thurs @ 7pmFri @ 7pm 
WUTHERING HEIGHTS Sat @ 4pmSun @ 4:35pm 
THE WOMEN Sat @ 6:05pm, Sun @ 2pm
DESTRY RIDES AGAIN Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 9:15pm
GOODBYE MR. CHIPS Tues @ 8:55pm, Wed @ 7pm
DARK VICTORY Thurs @ 7pm
OF MICE AND MEN Thurs @ 9:05pm

Sing Along to The Sound of Music - Sat-Sun, May 31-June 1
Three chances to sing along with Maria and the Von Trapp Family. And of course we'll be booing the Nazis.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 6pm Special Engagements - No Passes or Flix-tix

June:

The 1940s: The Great Depression - Tues-Wed, June 3-4 (Paramount100)
Paramount100 moves into the 1940s with a double dose of the Depression.

THE GRAPES OF WRATH Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 8:50pm
SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS Tues @ 9:30pm, Wed @ 7pm

Discoveries from the TCM Classic Film Festival - Sat-Sun, June 7-8
Two rarely seen films that made a splash at this year's gathering of classic film fans.

BACHELOR MOTHER Sat @ 4pm, Sun @ 3:50pm
THE GREAT GATSBY Sat @ 5:45pm, Sun @ 2pm

The 1940s: Getting to Know You - Tues-Wed, June 10-11 (Paramount100)
Jimmy Stewart and Cary Grant learn that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.

THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 9:20pm
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE Tues @ 9pm, Wed @ 7pm

Hughes and Candy - Thurs-Fri, June 12-13
Two of the funniest Johns in showbusiness.

Working Together
UNCLE BUCK Thurs @ 7pm, Fri @ 9:45pm
PLANES, TRAINS, AND AUTOMOBILES Thurs @ 9pm, Fri @ 7pm

Working with the Late, Great Harold Ramis
NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION Thurs @ 7:15pm, Fri @ 9:25pm
STRIPES Thurs @ 9:15, Fri @ 7:15pm

Father's Day with James Bond - Sun, June 15
Treat Dad to a marathon of everyone's favorite 00 agent.

Sean Connery
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE Sat @ 4pm, Sun @ 4:15pm
GOLDFINGER Sat @ 6:15pm, Sun @ 2pm

Non-Connery
GOLDENEYE Sun @ 2:15pm
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME Sun @ 4:45pm

A Documentary Double – Mon-Tues, June 16-17
Two of the greatest non-fiction films ever made.

SALESMAN Mon @ 7:15pm, Tues @ 9:05pm
THE TIMES OF HARVEY MILK Mon @ 9pm, Tues @ 7:15pm

Guys and Dolls and Annie and Jesus  – Wed-Thurs, June 18-19
A few reminders that singing and dancing make everything better.

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 9:50pm 
GUYS AND DOLLS Wed @ 9:05pm, Thurs @ 7pm 
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Wed @ 7:15pm, Thurs @ 9:45pm 
ANNIE Wed @ 9:25pm, Thurs 7:15pm 

An Offer You Can’t Refuse – Sun, June 22
Spend a day with the Corleone Family.

THE GODFATHER Sun @ 3pm
THE GODFATHER PART II Sun @ 7pm

Orson Welles, Renaissance Man – Mon-Tues, June 23-24 (Paramount100)
A tribute to a man who revolutionized seemingly every art form he touched.

The 1940s: Landmarks
CITIZEN KANE Mon @ 7pm, Tues @ 9:05pm 
THE THIRD MAN Mon @ 9:20pm, Tues @ 7pm 

Bonus Welles
MACBETH Mon @ 7:15pm, Tues @ 9:30pm 
TOUCH OF EVIL Mon @ 9:25pm, Tues @ 7:15pm 

Heroes of Old – Wed-Thurs, June 25-26
Before the current wave of superhero movies swept the nation, these two originals stood alone.

SUPERMAN Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 9:25pm
BATMAN Wed @ 9:45pm, Thurs @ 7pm 

New York Socialites - Fri-Sun, June 27-29
Paint the Big Apple red wiith these carefree partygoers.

ARTHUR Fri @ 7:15pm, Sat @ 6:30pm
THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO Fri @ 9:15pm, Sat @ 4:15pm 
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 6pm 

The Staggering Ascent of John Travolta - Mon-Tues, June 30-July 1
From Kotter to mega-stardom in five years flat.

He's a Dancin' Man And He Just Can't Lose
GREASE Mon @ 7pm, Tues @ 9:20pm 
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER Mon @ 9:10pm, Tues @ 7pm 

Two by De Palma
BLOW OUT Mon @ 7:15pm, Tues @ 9:15pm 
CARRIE Mon @ 9:25pm, Tues @ 7:15pm 


July:

Four More from the Fourties – Wed-Thurs, July 2-3 (Paramount100)
Two from abroad, and two from our own backyard.

The 1940s: Yankee Pride
Celebrate Independence Day with tributes to two fine Americans.
THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 9:25pm
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY Wed @ 9:30pm, Thurs @ 7pm 

The 1940s: Foreign Independence
Portraits of women torn between what society wants for them and what they want for themselves.
BLACK NARCISSUS Wed @ 7:15pm, Thurs @ 9:25pm 
LATE SPRING Wed @ 9:15pm, Thurs @ 7:15pm

Irresistible Forces – Sat-Sun, July 5-6
Five of history’s greatest actresses sear through the screen and into our memories.

The Evolution of Elizabeth Taylor
From cherubic child star to electric movie icon.
NATIONAL VELVET Sat @ 4pm, Sun @ 2pm 
WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Sat @ 6:30pm, Sun @ 4:30pm 

Cabin Fever
Two pairs of women that should have never been roommates
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? Sat @ 4:15pm, Sun @ 4pm 
PERSONA Sat @ 6:50pm, Sun @ 2:15pm

The 1940s: Eye Candy – Tues, July 8 (Paramount100)
Fairy tale adaptations set to the most staggeringly beautiful images you’ll ever see on screen.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (LA BELLE ET LA BETE) Tues @ 7pm
THE RED SHOES Tues @ 9pm

World War I Film Series w/ Harry Ransom Center – Thurs-Sun, July 10-13
Four WWI films to accompany the Ransom Center’s ongoing exhibition, The World at War, 1914-1918.

THE AFRICAN QUEEN Thurs @ 7pm
GALLIPOLI Thurs @ 9:05pm
THE BIG PARADE Fri @ 7pm
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 7pm 

The 1940s: Remembering Montgomery Clift – Tues-Wed, July 15-16 (Paramount100)
Because Brando and Dean shouldn’t get all the credit for bringing moody sensitivity to the screen.

RED RIVER Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 9:15pm
THE HEIRESS Tues @ 9:35pm, Wed @ 7pm 

The New Frontier of the Sixties – Thurs-Tues, July 17-22
This is what the Wild West looked like 50 years ago.

The Movies with Big Names
How did they fit all these stars onto one poster?
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN Thurs @ 7:15pm, Fri @ 9:40pm 
THE MISFITS Thurs @ 9:45pm, Fri @ 7:15pm 

The Man with No Name
Sergio Leone’s famous Dollars Trilogy led Clint Eastwood to international stardom.
A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS Fri @ 7pm 
FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE Fri @ 9pm 
THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY Mon @ 7:15pm, Tues @ 7:15pm 

An Evening with Robert Osborne – Sun, July 20
The Turner Classic Movies host and film historian graces the Paramount stage once again.

Film: DODSWORTH Sun @ 7pm Special Engagement, No Passes or Flix-Tix 

The 1940s: Noir-ish – Mon-Tues, July 21-22 (Paramount100)
If it looks like a noir, and sounds like a noir…

MILDRED PIERCE Mon @ 7pm, Tues @ 8:35pm 
CAT PEOPLE Mon @ 9:15pm, Tues @ 7pm 

Barbra! – Wed-Thurs, July 23-24
Streisand exercises all of her multi-talents in these two cultural touchstones.

THE WAY WE WERE Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 9:55pm 
FUNNY GIRL Wed @ 9:15pm, Thurs @ 7pm 

Iron and Wine Presents: George Washington – Fri, July 25
Hosted by Sam Beam (Iron and Wine) – Free small popcorn!

GEORGE WASHINGTON Fri @ 7pm

1989: 25 Years Later – Sun-Fri, July 27-Aug 1
The year that brought us hoverboards, “If you build it…,” and a new dawn of indie filmmaking.

Daddy Issues
Dads will stay awake for these two movies, no matter how cushy the recliner.
PARENTHOOD Sun @ 2pm, Mon @ 9:10pm 
FIELD OF DREAMS Sun @ 4:25pm, Mon @ 7pm

No Budget? No Problem
When small films started to make big splashes.
DO THE RIGHT THING Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 8:50pm 
ROGER AND ME Tues @ 9:20pm, Wed @ 7pm 

Just for Kicks
Because Marty’s future shoes and Swayze’s karate feet are only the tips of these outrageous icebergs.
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II Thurs @ 7pmFri @ 9:15pm
ROAD HOUSE Thurs @ 9:10pm, Fri @ 7pm 

Two Thumbs Up: Ebert’s Picks – Thurs-Fri, July 31-Aug 1
Roger Ebert was a supportive champion of many films throughout his long career - here are two of them.

CRUMB Thurs @ 7:15pm, Fri @ 9:15pm 
DARK CITY Thurs @ 9:35pm, Fri @ 7:15pm 


August:

The 1940s: Rounding Up the Usual Suspects – Sat-Sun, Aug 2-3 (Paramount100)
One last Paramount100 glimpse at the 1940s with two Paramount Summer Series favorites.

CASABLANCA Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 4:15pm 
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY Sat @ 9pm, Sun @ 2pm 

The 1950s: A Lifetime of Bumpy Nights – Wed-Thurs, Aug 6-7 (Paramount100)
They say showbiz will eat you alive. Judging by tonight’s films, they may have a point.

ALL ABOUT EVE Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 9:20pm 
THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Wed @ 9:40pm, Thurs @ 7pm 

A Weekend with The Little Tramp – Sat-Sun, Aug 9-10
Two of Charlie Chaplin’s most beloved comedies.

THE GREAT DICTATOR Sat @ 2pm, Sat @ 6:05pm, Sun @ 3:45pm 
MODERN TIMES Sat @ 4:25pm, Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 6:05pm

The 1950s: Brando – Tues-Wed, Aug 12-13 (Paramount100)
When it comes to screen acting, there’s really just pre-Brando and post-Brando.

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 9:10pm
ON THE WATERFRONT Tues @ 9:25pm, Wed @ 7pm

Hitchcock Week – Tues-Sun, Aug 12-17
We’re playing the hits, and a few of the B-sides, too.

REBECCA Tues @ 7:15pm, Wed @ 9:15pm 
NOTORIOUS Tues @ 9:45pm, Wed @ 7:15pm 
PSYCHO Thurs @ 7pm, Fri @ 9:30pm 
VERTIGO Thurs @ 9:10pm, Fri @ 7pm 
ROPE Thurs @ 7:15pm,  Fri @ 9:15pm
THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY Thurs @ 8:55pm,  Fri @ 7:15pm
NORTH BY NORTHWEST Sat @ 2pm, Sat @ 6:50pm, Sun @ 4:20pm
THE BIRDS Sat @ 4:35pm, Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 6:50pm
FRENZY Sat @ 2:15pm, Sun @ 4:35pm 
FAMILY PLOT Sat @ 4:30pm, Sun @ 2:15pm

The 1950s: From Every Angle – Mon-Sun, Aug 18-24 (Paramount100)
A handful of the decade’s best.

Beautiful Schemers
Don’t trust anyone.
DIABOLIQUE Mon @ 7pm
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN Mon @ 9:15pm

Sci-Fi Classics
Bizarre happenings in small-town America and the distant beyond.
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS Tues @ 7:15pmWed @ 9:15pm
FORBIDDEN PLANET Tues @ 8:55pmWed @ 7:15pm 

Tales from Japan
Two poignant stories of ordinary people searching for meaning and happiness.
TOKYO STORY Thurs @ 9:35pm 
IKIRU Thurs @ 7pm   

Portraits of Stoicism
Two men with violent pasts struggle to lead peaceful lives in an angry world.
HIGH NOON Thurs @ 7:15pm, Fri @ 9:55pm 
THE QUIET MAN Thurs @ 9pm, Fri @ 7:15pm 

Fights and Flirtations
These couples get off on the wrong foot, but anyone can see they’re falling in love.
BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE Sat @ 4pm, Sun @ 4:15pm 
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Sat @ 6pm, Sun @ 2pm 

70MM Week!! – Tues-Sun, Aug 26-31
Because the big screen deserves BIG films.

IT’S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD Tues @ 7pm, Wed @ 7pm 
SPARTACUS Thurs @ 7pm, Fri @ 7pm 
INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE Sat @ 4:30pm, Sat @ 7:15pm, Sun @ 2pm 


September:
The 1950s: Programmer’s Picks – Wed-Thurs, Sept. 3-4 (Paramount100)
Two of my personal favorites from the 1950s

ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS Wed @ 7pm, Thurs @ 8:50pm 
THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER Wed @ 8:50pm, Thurs @ 7pm 

The 1950s: An Epic Finale!! – Sat-Sun, Sept. 6-7 (Paramount100)
The Summer Series comes to an end and Paramount100 says farewell to the 50s with this beloved Lone Star saga. At 6pm Saturday night, Film Fan Members will be treated to a Closing Night Party with free beer/wine/popcorn and free admission to the Saturday 7pm show!

GIANT Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 2pm, Sun @ 6pm