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Summer Classics

Airplane!

June 13 and 17

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Ted Striker is a retired fighter pilot, who, ever since participating in a failed mission in an unnamed war, has developed a chronic fear of

Thursday, June 17

7:30pm
Summer Classics

The Gold Rush

June 20 and 24

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Upon its release in 1925, most reviews of The Gold Rush circled around two main points: for a comedy, it sure does have a whole

Sunday, June 20

3:00pm

Thursday, June 24

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Citizen Kane

June 27 and July 1

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! America did not invent motion pictures, but we realized early that there was no better way to tell American stories, and there may be no

Sunday, June 27

3:00pm

Thursday, July 01

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Glory

July 4 and 8

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! In 1989, there hadn’t been that many major films about the Civil War from the perspective of the soldiers — at least not since the

Sunday, July 04

3:00pm

Thursday, July 08

7:30pm
Summer Classics

North By Northwest

July 11 and 15

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Albert Hitchcock directed some of the most famous set pieces in film history, and at least two of them are in North by Northwest —

Sunday, July 11

3:00pm

Thursday, July 15

7:30pm
Summer Classics

The Big Lebowski

July 18 and 22

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! When the Coen brothers made their early homages to hardboiled detective fiction (Blood Simple as James M. Cain homage and Miller’s Crossing as Dashiell Hammett

Sunday, July 18

3:00pm

Thursday, July 22

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Jurassic Park

July 25 and 29

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! The interesting thing about seeing Jaws (Steven Spielberg’s other best film about big-toothed animals devouring people in an otherwise idyllic vacation-land) so many years after

Sunday, July 25

3:00pm

Thursday, July 29

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Some Like It Hot

August 1 and 5

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Near the middle of Some Like It Hot, Marilyn Monroe stands in front of an all-woman orchestra (well, all-woman except for Jack Lemmon and Tony

Sunday, August 01

3:00pm

Thursday, August 05

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Singin’ in the Rain

August 8 and 12

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! When Debbie Reynolds passed away in 2016, how many of us thought first of her spritely, sassy performance of “Good Morning”? Her breakout role, Singin’

Sunday, August 08

3:00pm

Thursday, August 12

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Young Frankenstein

August 15 and 19

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! In 1974, Mel Brooks got together a bunch of his funniest friends and made a send-up of a film genre that he loved as a

Sunday, August 15

3:00pm

Thursday, August 19

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Casablanca

August 22 and 26

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Casablanca lands so routinely in listings of the top two or three movies of all time, it’s become almost boring to call it great. It’s

Sunday, August 22

3:00pm

Thursday, August 26

7:30pm
Summer Classics

The Black Pirate

August 29 and September 2

Celebrating 30 Years of Summer Classics on the Big Screen! Douglas Fairbanks was the finest and most famous action movie star of the silent film era. Robin Hood, The Thief of Bagdad, The Mark of

Sunday, August 29

3:00pm

Thursday, September 02

7:30pm