“Forgotten Hollywood”- More Summer Classic Film Fests!

Posted on June 19, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   A couple of weeks ago, I started listing nationwide locations holding classic movie festivals. Here are a few more to consider this Summer:

~ BRYANT PARK (MANHATTAN) – City of New York Parks and Recreation is hosting FREE Monday series of films. The lineup includes Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (6/25); The Wizard of Oz (7/2); On the Waterfront (7/9); Roman Holiday (7/16); The Maltese Falcon (7/23); Rebel Without a Cause (7/30); The Adventures of Robin Hood (8/6); and All about Eve (8/13)

   What a lineup! This is a weekly outdoor event. Here’s a link for all the details:


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~ PARAMOUNT THEATER SUMMER CLASSIC FILM SERIES (AUSTIN, TX) – Over 80 classic films as they were meant to be seen! Here are some July highlights:

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Goldfinger, The Spy Who Loved Me (July 5th-8th)The Night of the Hunter (July 10th-12th); Bringing up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, My Man Godfrey, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Buck Privates (July 13th-18th); The Third Man (July 19th); The House on the Haunted Hill, Dracula, Freaks, Frankenstein (July 24th-29th)

   For a complete listing:


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~ SAENGER THEATRE (PENSACOLA, FLA) – Their classic movie series begins Saturday, July 14th at 7p. Here’s the fabulous lineup: On the Town (7/14); The Maltese Falcon (7/21); 42nd Street (7/28); Showboat (8/4); Citizen Kane (8/11); My Fair Lady (8/18); Fiddler on the Roof (8/25); The Music Man (9/1); Casablanca (9/8)

   Click below if you live in the area:


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   There are classic film festivals popping up everywhere!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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