Film and TV

Cinemark's Fall Program to Reintroduce Six Hollywood Classics to the Big Screen

Cinemark Theaters is rolling out their "Fall Classic Series" starting on August 23 across the country, reintroducing six award-winning pictures to modern movie audiences. Those who have never seen the destructive power of Jaws or the romance of Doctor Zhivago on the big screen will get a chance over six weeks in late August and September to see those films and others.

Six Houston-area Cinemark locations will be taking part in the series, including movie houses in Cypress, Memorial City Mall, Pearland and others. You can check out the locations, times and dates here on the Cinemark site. The features will be screening twice a day each Thursday.

The roster is as follows: Jaws (August 23), High Noon (August 30), Doctor Zhivago (September 6), Chinatown (September 13), The Bridge on the River Kwai (September 20) and ending with The African Queen (September 27).

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Craig Hlavaty
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