Being a kid of the 60's I grew up watching the classics on TV. With the advent of home theater the experience was great but there's something about seeing a movie on the big screen with an audience. Now, more than ever, there are opportunities to see them in theaters again, often restored. The first one I remember seeing was the restored version of Rear Window back in the 80's. Living in Chicago I have SO MANY options! There's a silent film appreciation group that shows films (some for free!) with live organ accompaniment. Every October the Music Box Theater shows classic horror movies from the 20's, 30's and 40's. A FANTASTIC run! So, what are the classic films you've seen on the big screen that you really enjoyed or what films are you hoping to someday see in a theater like they were meant to be?