Palace Premier Movie Series 2014-2015

The Goonies Chunk

You'll neither have to plead nor do the truffle shuffle -- the schedule is below.

The schedule for the new season of The Palace's Premier Movie Series is out. It includes 18 dates, with films that range from classic classics (The Wizard of Oz) to holiday classics (It's a Wonderful Life) to cult classics (The Big Lebowski) to 80s classics (The Goonies) to modern could-be-classics (Frozen).

Tickets are $5 , but The Palace is also offering a season pass -- $45 for all 18 dates (half price). They're on sale now.

All movies start at 7 pm, unless otherwise noted. And all movies are $5, unless otherwise noted.

We also hear from The Palace that they could be adding a few films to the schedule.

October 20: The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Featuring our live shadowcast "The Kids of Albany"
1975, 95 minutes, Rated R - $7

October 27: A Clockwork Orange
1971, 137 minutes, Rated R

October 29: Dracula / Frankenstein Horror Double Feature
1931, Dracula - 75 minutes / Frankenstein - 70 minutes, Unrated

November 10: The Goonies
1985, 114 minutes, Rated PG

November 17: Mean Streets
1973, 110 minutes, Rated R

December 15: Scrooged
1988, 101 minutes, Rated PG-13

December 19: It's a Wonderful Life
1946, 129 minutes, Rated PG - 3 pm and 7 pm

December 22: White Christmas
1954, 120 minutes, Unrated

December 29: The Wizard of Oz - Family Fun Day
1939, 102 minutes, Rated PG - 3 pm

January 12: Pee-wee's Big Adventure
1985, 90 minutes, Rated PG

February 9: The Hustler
1961, 135 minutes, Unrated

February 18: Frozen - Family Fun Day
2013, 102 minutes, Rated PG - 3 pm

February 23: The Three Stooges Film Fest
Various running times, Unrated

March 9: High Noon
1952, 84 minutes, Rated PG

March 23: A Hard Day's Night
1964, 85 minutes, Unrated

April 20: The Big Lebowski
1998, 117 minutes, Rated R

May 4: American Graffiti
1973, 110 minutes, Rated PG

May 18: From Russia with Love
1963, 115 minutes, Rated PG

still from The Goonies: Warner Brothers

Comments

The showing of It's a Wonderful Life at the Palace is one of my favorite nights of the whole year. Highly recommend going if you haven't already.

Could we add a "sensory sensible" movie presentation? The autistic community would love to be able to bring our children as a family to a theater and know they had a chance of enjoying it! Lights low, sound down a bit, able to walk around if possible.....

Once these children have the opportunity to experience going to a theater and that it isn't scary - the world opens up for them.

Please consider adding at least one sensory sensible showing of a holiday movie!!!

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