Enjoy $5 classic films at The Palm Beach Theatre located at 262 South Ocean Boulevard in Manalapan. These movies will be shown Thursdays through Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and include classic trailers, cartoons, serials, newsreels and more. For information visit www.pbifilmfest.org or call 561-362-0003.
Thursday, November 5 – Saturday, November 7 at 10 AM
THE ROAD TO BALI (1952) stars Hope & Crosby along with Dorothy Lamour, plus cameos by Humphrey Bogart, Jane Russell, Dean Martin, and Jerry Lewis. The feature film will be accompanied by Hope & Crosby in the black & white short ROAD TO HOME and the cartoon HAWAIIAN BIRDS (1936) from Max Fleischer’s Color Classics.
Friday, November 6 at 2 PM and Thursday, November 12 – Saturday, November 14 at 10 AM
THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS (1954) stars Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Donna Reed, Walter Pidgeon, Eva Gabor, and Roger Moore. The feature film will be accompanied by the cartoon TIME FOR LOVE (1935) from Max Fleischer’s Color Classics.
Thursday, November 12 – Saturday, November 14 at 2 PM and Thursday, November 19 – Saturday, November 21 at 10 AM
PRIVATE BUCKAROO (1942) stars The Andrews Sisters, Harry James and His Music Makers, Shemp Howard, Donald O’Connor, and Joe E. Lewis. The feature film will be accompanied by Frank Sinatra performing on Lucky Strike’s YOUR HIT PARADE, the Popeye cartoon I’M IN THE ARMY NOW (1936), and the cartoon JAPOTEURS (1942) starring SUPERMAN.
Thursday, November 19 – Saturday, November 21 at 2 PM and Friday, November 27 – Saturday, November 28 at 10 AM [Closed Thanksgiving Day]
MEET JOHN DOE (1941) stars Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward Arnold, Walter Brennan, and Gene Lockhart. Directed by the legendary Frank Capra. Screenwriters Richard Connell and Robert Presnell Sr. received an Oscar nomination for Best Writing, Original Story.
Friday, November 27– Saturday, November 28 at 2 PM [Closed Thanksgiving Day] and Thursday, December 3 – Saturday, December 5 at 10 AM
$5 Classic Movies celebrates Thanksgiving Weekend with LIFE WITH FATHER (1947), starring William Powell, Irene Dunne, and Elizabeth Taylor. The film received four Academy Award nominations, including Best Actor in a Leading Role (William Powell). Max Steiner’s score won the Golden Globe. The feature film will be accompanied by the animated short HOLLYWOOD STEPS OUT (1941).
Thursday, December 3 – Saturday, December 5 at 2 PM and Thursday, December 10 – Saturday, December 12 at 10 AM
HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) stars Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, and Ralph Bellamy. Directed by Howard Hawks and based on the stage play, a remake of the 1931 comedy “The Front Page.” The feature film will be accompanied by a trailer for the 1937 serial ZORRO RIDES AGAIN, the Max and Dave Fleischer cartoon BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON (1931), and the 1935 cartoon SINBAD THE SAILOR.
Thursday, December 10 – Saturday, December 12 at 2 PM and Thursday, December 17 – Saturday, December 19 at 10 AM
THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (1960) was directed by the legendary Roger Corman (and shot in two days). This is the original, with Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph, and a young Jack Nicholson. The feature film will be accompanied by Chapter 5 of THE PHANTOM CREEPS, the 1939 serial starring Bela Lugosi, along with the Tom and Jerry cartoon WOT A NIGHT! (1931). In addition, the program features trailers for several horror films, including TEENAGERS FROM OUTER SPACE.
Thursday, December 17 – Saturday, December 19 at 2 PM
THREE GUYS NAMED MIKE (1951) stars Jane Wyman, Van Johnson, Howard Keel, and Barry Sullivan. The feature film will be accompanied by the Popeye cartoon I NEVER CHANGES MY ALTITUDE (1937), from the Fleischer studios, and the Paramount Screen Song cartoon BASE BRAWL (1948).
Special Christmas shows TBA Monday, December 21 – Wednesday, December 23 at 10 AM and 2 PM. The Palm Beaches Theatre is closed Christmas weekend beginning Thursday, December 24. $5 Classic Movies are presented by the Palm Beach International Film Festival Thursdays through Saturdays at 10 am and 2pm unless noted. Admission is $5 and includes cartoons, serials, newsreels, classic trailers and more, along with the main feature.