Summer Movie Classics Series releases this year's schedule

By News4Jax.com Staff, webteam@wjxt.com
Published On: May 15 2014 08:04:37 PM EDT
Updated On: May 15 2014 08:20:21 PM EDT

The Florida Theatre was built in Spanish Eclectic Style in 1927 by R.E. Hall & Co. and Roy A. Benjamin.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

The annual Summer Movie Classics Series is returning to the Florida Theatre in June.

This year's theme is anniversaries: from 25 years ago (“Batman” and “Field of Dreams”) to 75 years ago (“The Wizard of Oz”).

From June 29 through Aug. 31, a classic movie will be shown at the historic Florida Theatre in downtown Jacksonville every Sunday at 2 p.m. (See the full schedule below.)

Tickets are $7.50 each but patrons can purchase a Summer Movie Classics Admission Card for $45 that's good for 10 admissions. The card can be used for multiple admissions to any movie or for a single admission to all 10 movies in the series.

Tickets or admission cards can be purchased at the Florida Theatre Box Office at 128 East Forsyth Street, Suite 300, Jacksonville. For more information, go to www.floridatheatre.com or call (904) 355-ARTS.

Summer Movie Classics Series:

June 29: The Wizard of Oz (75th Anniversary)

July 6: The Never Ending Story

July 13: Goonies

July 20: Batman (25th Anniversary)

July 27: Gremlins

Aug. 3: Caddyshack

Aug. 10: Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Aug. 17: Viva Las Vegas (50th Anniversary)

Aug. 24: Field of Dreams (25th Anniversary)

Aug. 31: Goldfinger (50th Anniversary)

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