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This Week’s Special Screenings:

Planet of the ApesThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of the science fiction classic Planet of the Apes (1968), 5pm, August 4, at the theater. Details

The Man Who Shot Liberty ValanceThe Highland Park Film Festival‘s summer film series continues with a screening of John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), 7pm, August 5, at the Highland Park Village Theater. Details

Multiplem ManicacsThe Texas Theatre’s Tuesday Night Trash series returns with a screening of John Waters’ notorious Multiple Maniacs (1970), 9:15pm, August 6, at the theater. Details

PolyesterThe Texas Theatre also presents a 35mm print of Waters’ Polyester (1981), 9:30pm, August 8 and 9, at the theater. Details

Jason and the ArgounautsThe Dallas Museum of Art’s Love, War, and Myth in Ancient Greece summer film series continues with a free screening of Jason and the Argonauts (1963), 7pm, August 8, in the museum’s Horchow Auditorium. Details

LabyrinthThe Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is Jim Henson’s cult classic fantasy flick Labyrinth (1986), August 9 and 10, at the theater. Details

A Bug's LifeThe Fairmont Hotel’s Summer Dive-In series continues with a poolside screening of A Bug’s Life (1998), 8:30pm, August 10, at the hotel pool on the terrace level. Details

Dirty DancingCinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series continues with a digitally restored print of the ’80s romance Dirty Dancing (1986), 2pm August 11 and 2pm and 7pm August 14, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

About Gary Dowell

Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.


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