Film Schedule

Pickwick Theatre:

Upcoming: Pickwick Theatre Classic Film Series (monthly)
Admission is $10. The advance ticket price is $8. (2 PM matinee show is $6.)

For advance tickets, please visit the theatre box office during regular business hours or go online to the Pickwick Theatre website and click on the appropriate showtime. Click Here! You can purchase advance tickets anytime before the day of the show.

For more information about these shows, please visit our Blog!

Next Show:
You Only Live Twice (1967) ***50th anniversary event***
May 18, 2017  2:00 PM & 7:30 PM   *Final Show of the Season*
with prelude music by Jay Warren at 6:30 PM
With special guests: Colin Clark of the Ian Fleming Foundation
James Bond author Raymond Benson
And the SPECTRE IFF Helicopter RC Model (used in the film) on display in our lobby!
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NOTE: Showdates are established by the theatre and are subject to change. However, if you attend our screenings each month, or if you’ve signed up for our emailing list in the theatre lobby, or if you’ve checked this website once a month, you’ll see that we give our loyal patrons advance warning.

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Park Ridge Public Library:

Movies About Movies: Hollywood Projects Itself
Thursday Nights March 2-May 25, 2017 at 7PM
March: 2 SHOW PEOPLE (1928) Dir. King Vidor/82 min.
March 9: FREE AND EASY (1930) Dir. Edward Sedgwick/92 min
March 23: WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD? (1932) Dir. George Cukor/88 min.
March 30: A STAR IS BORN (1937) Dir. William Wellman/111 min.
April 6: IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD (1937) Dir. Harry Lachman/67 min.
April 13: BOY MEETS GIRL (1938) Dir. Lloyd Bacon/86 min.
April 27: SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS (1941) Dir. Preston Sturges/90 min.
May 11: IN A LONELY PLACE (1950) Dir. Nicholas Ray/91 min.
May 25: THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL (1952) Dir. Vincent Minnelli/118 min.

(All film screenings at the Park Ridge Public Library are free.)

16 thoughts

  1. Hello – what a lovely idea to have classic film fest in September and such great films that will be showing. for tuture consideration how about: Lawrence of Arabia (never saw it and heard should bre seen on big screen) and Doctor Strangelove? so manyterrific old films it is hard to narrow them down! thanks again for putting the collaboration between the theatre and the library!

  2. So happy that u guys r bringing some if the classics back to the big screen. My suggestion for a movie to see on the big screen again would b “Singing in the Rain”. One of my all time favorite films and Gene Kelly in this movie is what inspired me at the age of 5 when I first saw the film to become a tap dancer. Just a thought.

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