The Palace Theatre has released the slate for the next season of its classic movie series. It includes 15 films and ranges from old classics such as Roman Holiday to more recent favorites such as Back to the Future and Pulp Fiction. The screenings are Monday nights (with a few exceptions), and start in October.
Tickets are $5 , but The Palace is also offering a season pass -- $37.50 for all 15 films (half price). They're on sale now.
The schedule is after the jump.
All movies start at 7 pm, unless otherwise noted.
October 21: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
1975, 95 minutes, Rated R - tickets are $7
October 28: Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds
1963, 119 minutes, Rated PG-13
November 11: 3 Stooges Film Festival
Various running times, not rated
November 18: An American In Paris
1951, 113 minutes, not rated
December 16: National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
1989, 97 minutes, Rated PG-13
December 20: It's a Wonderful Life
1946, 129 minutes, not rated
December 26: The Muppet Movie
1979, 95 minutes, Rated G - Family Fun Day, 3 pm
January 20: Back to the Future
1985, 116 minutes, Rated PG
February 10: Roman Holiday
1953, 118 minutes, not rated
February 24: Labyrinth
1986, 101 minutes, Rated PG
March 10: West Side Story
1961, 152 minutes, not rated
March 24: Monty Python's Life of Brian
1979, 94 minutes, Rated R
April 7: The Odd Couple
1968, 105 minutes, Rated PG
April 21: The Blues Brothers
1980, 133 minutes, Rated R
May 19: Pulp Fiction
1994, 154 minutes, Rated R
Roman Holiday still: Paramount Pictures
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