The Paramount Theatre

The Man Who Knew Too Much


Tuesday, August 13, 2019 7:00PM
Paramount Theatre

<b>The Man Who Knew Too Much</b>





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The Man Who Knew Too Much


Paramount Summer Classic Film Series presented by Capital Metro

The Man Who Knew Too Much

1956 | 120 min. | Color | DCP
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda De Banzie, and Bernard Miles

Another pair of innocents, this time played by James Stewart and Doris Day, get wrapped up in the spy game when Stewart hears something he shouldn’t have. The famous Albert Hall sequence has served as the standard bearer of cinematic tension, while Day scored another chart hit with the memorable song “Que Sera, Sera.”

Doors: 6:30pm | Film: 7:00pm

Tickets: $12
Film Fan Admission: $8
FLIX-TIX: 10 admissions for $60 ($50 for Film Fans)

Double Feature: This film is a part of a Double Feature with To Catch a Thief at 9:15. When two movies that are screening in the same theatre are grouped under the same thematic heading, one ticket is good for both features when viewed back-to-back on the same day (except as noted).

See the full Summer Classic Film Series schedule.

Membership
Film Fans receive discounted admission, free popcorn & reserved seating all summer long.

Personal Items Policy
  • No large bags or backpacks over 14” x 12” x 6” in size
  • No food or beverage of any kind
  • No weapons of any shape or size
  • No cameras or recorders of any kind
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Event Parking Information
$5 parking is available to film series goers courtesy of 600 Congress. Conveniently located one block from the theatres. The parking garage entrance is on 7th Street, between Congress Ave and Colorado Street. Pull a ticket when entering the garage, then purchase the $5 QR code voucher from our Box Office/bar to use when exiting (or you will be charged the $10 evening rate.)