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PIXELS Poster

PIXELS

Starts Thursday July 23rd, 2015

Rated PG-13
Join us at the Park Theatre for fun with the Classic Video games in 3D and 2D versions with Pac Man, Donkey Kong and Centipede. As our Historic Theatre is changed into the fun 1980's classic Games!
Special Showings Before National Release Date on Thursday July 23rd, 2015 at 7:00pm and 9:30pm in 3D

When aliens misinterpret video feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth in the form of the video games. As characters from an old video game are unleashed on the real world. Based on the animated short film 'Pixels' created and directed by Patrick Jean.

Starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Josh Gad, Sean Bean, Brian Cox, Lainie Kazan, Jane Krakowski, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan, Ashley Benson
Director Chris Columbus
Writer(s) Timothy Dowling, Tim Herlihy

For more information, visit the Official Site or the IMDB.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



2015 Silent Comedy Film Festival Poster

2015 Silent Comedy Film Festival

Starts Thursday August 13th, 2015

Experience film as it was shown over a century ago.
Silent Film Comedies- with Scott Wilseck tickling the ivories. Scott started playing piano at the age of 9. Growing up in Chicago he played with various bands in the area for 20 years. He plays ragtime, county, blues, gospel, Dixieland, ethnic, elevator, western and can improvise in many genres. He is a member of the Riverside Ramblers, the Estes Park Dixieland band and has also played in Estes Park area with various singers and groups. He accompanies silent movies with music of all different eras, but he plays songs in the style of the early 1900's which make them excellent background for the action on the screen.
These shows are great fun for the whole family! Don't have to check ratings to see if it's okay to bring the kids and the kids love it so so we have a special offer of 1 free kid ticket with each adult ticket purchase. This is limited to the first 50 kid tickets per showing.
Purchase tickets ($10 per day per adults) right here online or in person at the Historic Park Theatre. Then come and enjoy this rare, delightful, one-of-a-kind event... a unique opportunity to see silent movies just as they were performed 100 years ago, in a theatre 101 years old.

Thursday August 13th, 2015: 7pm
The Adventurer, Laughtoons, & Mighty Like a Moose
THE ADVENTURER: 1917. The last of Charlie Chaplin’s Mutual Comedies. Starring Charlie Chaplin and Edna Purviance with Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, and Albert Austin.
LAUGH TOONS: Excerpts from Angora Love, 1929; Liberty, 1929; You’re Darn Tootin’, 1928; Battle of The Century, 1927 — Starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
MIGHTY LIKE A MOOSE: 1926. This two-reel short comedy is considered by some scholars to be Chase's finest silent film and is routinely listed among the greatest of all silent comedy short subjects. Starring Charlie Chase and Vivien Oakland.

Friday August 14th, 2015: 2pm
Big Business, The Garage, & Fluttering Hearts
BIG BUSINESS: 1929. Starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy with James Finlayson as the furious Home owner, Tiny Sandford as the Policeman, Lyle Tayo as the first Customer and Charlie Hall as the Neighbor.
THE GARAGE: 1920. Starring Buster Keaton and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle with Molly Malone, Harry McCoy and Luke the Dog.
FLUTTERING HEARTS: 1927. Charles Parrott, starring under the name of Charlie Chase with Oliver Hardy and Eugene Pallette.

Saturday August 15th, 2015: 2pm
Get Out and Get Under, One Week, & The Immigrant
GET OUT AND GET UNDER: 1920. Starring Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis.
Probably titled after popular song at the time, Get Out and Get Under, a two-reel comedy released in September 1920 about a young man's efforts to get to his own stage show on time, or a rival will play his part and put the moves on his girlfriend (played by Lloyd's future wife, Mildred Davis).
ONE WEEK: 1920. First film made by Buster Keaton on his own. Starring Buster Keaton and Sybil Seely.
THE IMMIGRANT: 1917. The Immigrant, starring Charlie Chaplin as the Tramp coming to the United States who is accused of theft on the voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, and falls in love with a beautiful young woman along the way. It also stars Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell.

Sunday August 16th, 2015: 4pm
The Adventurer, One Week, Fluttering Hearts.
THE ADVENTURER: 1917. The last of Charlie Chaplin’s Mutual Comedies. Starring Charlie Chaplin and Edna Purviance with Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, and Albert Austin.
ONE WEEK: 1920. First film made by Buster Keaton on his own. Starring Buster Keaton and Sybil Seely.
FLUTTERING HEARTS: 1927. Charles Parrott, starring under the name of Charlie Chase with Oliver Hardy and Eugene Pallette.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



Ghosts of The West- The End of the Bonanza Trail Poster

Ghosts of The West- The End of the Bonanza Trail

Plays Saturday August 22nd, 2015 only

Join us for a very special annual showing of: "Ghosts of the West: The End of the Bonanza Trail"

This benefit event for the Historic Park Theatre- funds go to help the Historic Park THeatre. We again are pleased to show "Ghosts of the West: The End of the Bonanza Trail" This amazing Documentary by Ethan Knightchilde shows the Ghost Towns of the West. We are so excited to show this amazing documentary again 3 years after the sneak peak of the show in Estes Park during September of 2012. We are so pleased to welcome Ethan and his amazing Best Documentary Winning show back to the Historic Park Theatre.

About the film: Lost mines, abandoned diggings, ghost towns...

Today, the old hotels and saloons stand in mute testimony to a fabled past when prospectors came to gamble, find and lose a fortune, or die without revealing the location of a rich and elusive mine. Their tales continue to fascinate and intrigue, and even haunt us.

The Best Documentary Award-winning film relates stories of towns from mineral strike to boom to bust, revealing their ultimate fates and legacies. A Q&A with the filmmakers follows.
Who: Estes Park Film Festival
When: Saturday August 22nd, 2015 at 2:00pm- Doors open 1/2 hour before event.
Cost: Tickets $9.00 (Beer, Wine, Spirits, Popcorn, Candy and Food from the Park Theatre Cafe are available at an additional cost.)

For more information, visit the Official Site or the IMDB.