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The Paramount Theatre will present their annual Summer Classic Film Series, which will feature over 100 films (many celebrating milestone anniversaries), as well as dazzling restorations of The Graduate, Manhattan, The Lion in Winter, The Awful Truth, and specials events like a Q&A with My Cousin Vinny screenwriter Dale Launer, the return of Martinis & Manicures during Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Clueless, Hitchcock Week when Austin’s own Graham Reynolds will compose/perform a brand-new score for The Lodger, and more!

Schedule of films

  • May 25: Casablanca
  • May 26: Titanic
  • May 28: Bonnie & ClydeBadlands
  • May 30: The Lion in Winter
  • May 31 and June 1: Taxi DriverA Streetcar Named Desire
  • June 5: BananasThe Great Dictator
  • June 6: Paths of GloryFull Metal Jacket
  • June 7: Schindler's List
  • June 8: Wings of Desire
  • June 13 and 15: In the Heat of the NightThe French Connection
  • June 16: Fast Times at Ridgemont HighThe Big Lebowski
  • June 17: Jailhouse RockSaturday Night Fever
  • June 18: Cool Hand LukeDr. No
  • June 19: My Cousin Vinny
  • ​June 20 and 21: SelenaCoal Miner's Daughter
  • June 22 and 23: Working Girl9 to 5
  • June 24 and 25: The Graduate Tootsie
  • June 27: 8 1/2
  • June 28: The Bad and the BeautifulThe Player
  • June 29: Boogie Nights
  • July 1 and 2: Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Singin' in the Rain
  • July 5: The Seventh SealWild Strawberries
  • July 6 and 7: Cleo from 5 to 7Jules and Jim
  • July 8: The Young Girls of RochefortBlack Narcissus
  • July 9: Tokyo Story
  • July 10: The Philadelphia StoryThe Palm Beach Story
  • July 11 and 12: The Awful TruthAn Affair to Remember
  • July 13: Top HatThe Gay Divorcee
  • July 16: An American in Paris / Roman Holiday
  • July 18: The Purple Rose of CairoPennies From Heaven
  • July 19: Manhattan
  • July 20: The Godfather
  • July 21: Harold and Maude Raising Arizona
  • July 23: Fat City
  • July 25: The Magnificent Ambersons​ / All That Heaven Allows
  • July 26 and 27: The Pink Panther A Shot in the Dark
  • July 28: Lolita
  • July 29: The General City Lights
  • July 31: Martinis and Manicures: Breakfast at Tiffany's (2 pm) and Clueless (6 pm)
  • August 1: NetworkA Face in the Crowd
  • August 2: There Will Be Blood
  • August 3 and 4: Sweet Smell of SuccessCitizen Kane
  • August 5 and 6: Back to the FutureRaiders of the Lost Ark
  • August 8: L.A. Confidential
  • August 9 and 10: Out of the PastTouch of Evil
  • August 13: To Kill a Mockingbird / 12 Angry Men
  • August 15 and 16: Vertigo
  • August 17 and 18: 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • August 19 and 20: Lawrence of Arabia
  • August 22: Rope Frenzy
  • August 23 and 24: The BirdsStrangers on a Train
  • August 25 and 26: North by NorthwestPsycho
  • August 27: The Lodger (special event with live musical accompaniment by Graham Reynolds)
  • August 29 and 30: Red River / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  • August 31: The Outlaw Josey Wales
  • September 1: Giant
  • September 2: Gone with the Wind

The Paramount Theatre will present their annual Summer Classic Film Series, which will feature over 100 films (many celebrating milestone anniversaries), as well as dazzling restorations of The Graduate, Manhattan, The Lion in Winter, The Awful Truth, and specials events like a Q&A with My Cousin Vinny screenwriter Dale Launer, the return of Martinis & Manicures during Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Clueless, Hitchcock Week when Austin’s own Graham Reynolds will compose/perform a brand-new score for The Lodger, and more!

Schedule of films

  • May 25: Casablanca
  • May 26: Titanic
  • May 28: Bonnie & Clyde / Badlands
  • May 30: The Lion in Winter
  • May 31 and June 1: Taxi Driver / A Streetcar Named Desire
  • June 5: Bananas / The Great Dictator
  • June 6: Paths of Glory / Full Metal Jacket
  • June 7: Schindler's List
  • June 8: Wings of Desire
  • June 13 and 15: In the Heat of the Night / The French Connection
  • June 16: Fast Times at Ridgemont High / The Big Lebowski
  • June 17: Jailhouse Rock / Saturday Night Fever
  • June 18: Cool Hand Luke / Dr. No
  • June 19: My Cousin Vinny
  • ​June 20 and 21: Selena / Coal Miner's Daughter
  • June 22 and 23: Working Girl / 9 to 5
  • June 24 and 25: The Graduate / Tootsie
  • June 27: 8 1/2
  • June 28: The Bad and the Beautiful / The Player
  • June 29: Boogie Nights
  • July 1 and 2: Who Framed Roger Rabbit? / Singin' in the Rain
  • July 5: The Seventh Seal / Wild Strawberries
  • July 6 and 7: Cleo from 5 to 7 / Jules and Jim
  • July 8: The Young Girls of Rochefort / Black Narcissus
  • July 9: Tokyo Story
  • July 10: The Philadelphia Story / The Palm Beach Story
  • July 11 and 12: The Awful Truth / An Affair to Remember
  • July 13: Top Hat / The Gay Divorcee
  • July 16: An American in Paris / Roman Holiday
  • July 18: The Purple Rose of Cairo / Pennies From Heaven
  • July 19: Manhattan
  • July 20: The Godfather
  • July 21: Harold and Maude / Raising Arizona
  • July 23: Fat City
  • July 25: The Magnificent Ambersons​ / All That Heaven Allows
  • July 26 and 27: The Pink Panther / A Shot in the Dark
  • July 28: Lolita
  • July 29: The General / City Lights
  • July 31: Martinis and Manicures: Breakfast at Tiffany's (2 pm) and Clueless (6 pm)
  • August 1: Network / A Face in the Crowd
  • August 2: There Will Be Blood
  • August 3 and 4: Sweet Smell of Success / Citizen Kane
  • August 5 and 6: Back to the Future / Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • August 8: L.A. Confidential
  • August 9 and 10: Out of the Past / Touch of Evil
  • August 13: To Kill a Mockingbird / 12 Angry Men
  • August 15 and 16: Vertigo
  • August 17 and 18: 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • August 19 and 20: Lawrence of Arabia
  • August 22: Rope / Frenzy
  • August 23 and 24: The Birds / Strangers on a Train
  • August 25 and 26: North by Northwest / Psycho
  • August 27: The Lodger (special event with live musical accompaniment by Graham Reynolds)
  • August 29 and 30: Red River / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  • August 31: The Outlaw Josey Wales
  • September 1: Giant
  • September 2: Gone with the Wind

The Paramount Theatre will present their annual Summer Classic Film Series, which will feature over 100 films (many celebrating milestone anniversaries), as well as dazzling restorations of The Graduate, Manhattan, The Lion in Winter, The Awful Truth, and specials events like a Q&A with My Cousin Vinny screenwriter Dale Launer, the return of Martinis & Manicures during Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Clueless, Hitchcock Week when Austin’s own Graham Reynolds will compose/perform a brand-new score for The Lodger, and more!

Schedule of films

  • May 25: Casablanca
  • May 26: Titanic
  • May 28: Bonnie & Clyde / Badlands
  • May 30: The Lion in Winter
  • May 31 and June 1: Taxi Driver / A Streetcar Named Desire
  • June 5: Bananas / The Great Dictator
  • June 6: Paths of Glory / Full Metal Jacket
  • June 7: Schindler's List
  • June 8: Wings of Desire
  • June 13 and 15: In the Heat of the Night / The French Connection
  • June 16: Fast Times at Ridgemont High / The Big Lebowski
  • June 17: Jailhouse Rock / Saturday Night Fever
  • June 18: Cool Hand Luke / Dr. No
  • June 19: My Cousin Vinny
  • ​June 20 and 21: Selena / Coal Miner's Daughter
  • June 22 and 23: Working Girl / 9 to 5
  • June 24 and 25: The Graduate / Tootsie
  • June 27: 8 1/2
  • June 28: The Bad and the Beautiful / The Player
  • June 29: Boogie Nights
  • July 1 and 2: Who Framed Roger Rabbit? / Singin' in the Rain
  • July 5: The Seventh Seal / Wild Strawberries
  • July 6 and 7: Cleo from 5 to 7 / Jules and Jim
  • July 8: The Young Girls of Rochefort / Black Narcissus
  • July 9: Tokyo Story
  • July 10: The Philadelphia Story / The Palm Beach Story
  • July 11 and 12: The Awful Truth / An Affair to Remember
  • July 13: Top Hat / The Gay Divorcee
  • July 16: An American in Paris / Roman Holiday
  • July 18: The Purple Rose of Cairo / Pennies From Heaven
  • July 19: Manhattan
  • July 20: The Godfather
  • July 21: Harold and Maude / Raising Arizona
  • July 23: Fat City
  • July 25: The Magnificent Ambersons​ / All That Heaven Allows
  • July 26 and 27: The Pink Panther / A Shot in the Dark
  • July 28: Lolita
  • July 29: The General / City Lights
  • July 31: Martinis and Manicures: Breakfast at Tiffany's (2 pm) and Clueless (6 pm)
  • August 1: Network / A Face in the Crowd
  • August 2: There Will Be Blood
  • August 3 and 4: Sweet Smell of Success / Citizen Kane
  • August 5 and 6: Back to the Future / Raiders of the Lost Ark
  • August 8: L.A. Confidential
  • August 9 and 10: Out of the Past / Touch of Evil
  • August 13: To Kill a Mockingbird / 12 Angry Men
  • August 15 and 16: Vertigo
  • August 17 and 18: 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • August 19 and 20: Lawrence of Arabia
  • August 22: Rope / Frenzy
  • August 23 and 24: The Birds / Strangers on a Train
  • August 25 and 26: North by Northwest / Psycho
  • August 27: The Lodger (special event with live musical accompaniment by Graham Reynolds)
  • August 29 and 30: Red River / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
  • August 31: The Outlaw Josey Wales
  • September 1: Giant
  • September 2: Gone with the Wind

WHEN

WHERE

Paramount Theatre
713 Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
http://www.austintheatre.org/film/classic-film-series/

TICKET INFO

$7-$12 for most screenings; $60 for 10 films.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.