Classic Movie Mondays
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) September 18 2017
In the swinging ’60s, there’s no one groovier or sexier than that shagadellic Austin Powers… Learn More
Sabrina (1954) September 25 2017
Seemingly unnoticed by the wealthy man she loves, Sabrina tries to take her own life but is saved by the man’s brother… Learn More
Taxi Driver (1976) October 2 2017
Travis Bickle works day and night as a taxi driver, seeing the trash and scum that populate New York City… Learn More
A Clockwork Orange (1971) October 9 2017
Stanley Kubrick delivers this chilling dystopian film and one of the most sadistic characters of all time… Learn More
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) October 16 2017
Halloween Town’s Pumpkin King, Jack Skellington, is sick and tired of celebrating the same holiday every year… Learn More
Hotel Transylvania (2012) October 23 2017
Welcome to the Hotel Transylvania! It’s a quiet, cozy place where monsters can get away from all the troubles of the world… Learn More
Hocus Pocus (1993) October 30 2017
Before they were hanged by the townspeople of Salem, the Sanderson sisters would suck the souls from children to remain young… Learn More
Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987) November 27 2017
Neal Page is desperately trying to get home to Chicago for Thanksgiving when he has the misfortune of crossing paths with obnoxious, annoying and irritating Del Griffith… Learn More
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) December 4 2017
George Bailey has always put the needs of others before his own… Learn More
White Christmas (1954) December 11 2017
Two former soldiers make it as successful song-and-dance team… Learn More
Home Alone Double Feature December 18 2017
It’s a Home Alone double feature! In the rush to make it to the airport for their Christmas vacation, Kevin McCallister’s parents accidentally forget him… Learn More
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982) January 1 2018
A little alien is stranded on Earth when his family leaves him behind… Learn More
Enjoy the classics of modern cinema on the magnificent silver screen of the Paramount Theatre…for the incredibly low price of just $1 per ticket!
No matter how good your home entertainment system may be, there’s nothing quite like seeing a movie the way it was meant to be seen — in a large, comfortable theatre on a tremendous silver screen. Every Monday at 7 pm, come view a classic film at the Paramount for the classic, incredible price of just $1 per ticket. If you’ve never had the chance to experience one of these films on the big screen, don’t miss out!
Buy tickets at the door. Cash only ($20 bills or less). For most movies, doors open at 6:15 p.m., and movie starts at 7 p.m. Visit the individual movie’s page for exact details. Concessions available for purchase. Credit/debits cards are accepted for concessions.
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