MOVIE Passes

make great

Birthday Gifts /

Stocking Stuffers

Established: 1986

Address: 108 N. Main Street

Plentywood, MT  59254-1816

Phone: 406-765-1733

Fax: 406-765-2106





119 S. Main Street •

Plentywood, Montana • 406-765-1580







Sunset Drive- In

was owned and operated by Perry & Nola Stratton.

It was one of only 381 (2009) drive-ins left in the U.S.A. of which 4 were in Montana. In the 1950’s there were 3,775.

The Sunset went dark

on August 25, 2012

$6 approx. 8oz .

to go only

- by pre-order

- during the movie

- at the end!

Orpheum Theatre

Popcorn Sales

Orpheum Theatre


Jamie Nielsen, Chamber

Doc Corner, Chamber

May Budke, Curt C.

Ken & Denise Heppner

Denise Heppner, Sec’y

Jon & Julie Rice

Perry & Nola Stratton,

Coleen Sundsted, Treas.

Richard Rice

Schedule is subject to change

Volunteers Wanted

• Concessions

• Ticket Taker

• Ticket Booth

Please Call 765-1733

Schedule is subject to change

Ticket Prices

G and PG Movie

Youth - $5 • Adult - $7

PG-13 and R Movie

All Tickets $7


Age 3 - Grade 8


Grade 9 - Age 99

100+ = FREE

Orpheum Theatre

is a community owned and operated, by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce over 360 Businesses, Individuals and Organizations have made donation to help keep this historic theatre in operation.

Tentative Schedule


October   10 - 11 - 12

Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

IT  Rated R

October   13 - 14 - 15


October   19 - 20 - 21

Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

Walking Out

October   26 - 27 - 28

Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday

Ballad of Lefty Brown

Ticket Booth  & Concession

Open 1/2 hr prior to  movie -

Previews start 5 minutes after doors open

Movie starts 30 minutes after previews start!!

ex: Doors: 6:30 Previews: 6:35 Movie: 7:05

Rated: PG - 13

& Rated:  R


Volunteers receive a

pop, popcorn and admission to

that nights movie

- approx. 45 minutes 

ex: 6:20 to 7:05

$16 value

Dec. 16 - 17 - 18

Friday 7PM • Saturday  7PM

Sunday • 4PM

October 13 -14 - 15

Friday 7PM

Saturday 7PM

Sunday 4PM

Cast: Bill Skarsgard, Javier Botet, Jaeden Lieberher, Wyatt Oleff, Owen Tague, Nicholas Hamilton, Sophia Lillis

Rated: R for violence/horror, bloody images, and for language.

When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids are faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.

119 S. Main Street • PO Box 103

Plentywood, MT  • 406-765-1580

October 10 -11 - 12

• Tuesday

•  Wednesday

• Thursday



Written and Directed by Alex and Andrew Smith (WINTER IN THE BLOOD, THE SLAUGHTER RULE)

Based on the short story by David Quammen

Produced by Brunson Green (THE HELP, A UNITED KINGDOM) Laura Ivey, Julie Lynn, Bonnie Curtis and filmmaker Rodrigo Garcia.

Featuring Josh Wiggins (HELLION, MAX), Matt Bomer (NORMAL HEART, MAGIC MIKE), Bill Pullman, Lily Gladstone (WINTER IN THE BLOOD and Sundance premiere CERTAIN WOMEN), and Alex Neuestadter (ITHAKA, THE COLONY)

Distributed by IFC Films

Filmed in Livingston and Bozeman, MT

David (Josh Wiggins), 14, a kid from Texas, travels to rural Montana for his annual hunting trip with Cal (Matt Bomer), his estranged father. As they ascend into the wilderness, Cal teaches David about predators & prey, rifles & rituals, the harsh present & the haunted past. For every step forward they make, they slip two steps back in their fraught, tenuous relationship. When man versus mountain results in a serious injury to Cal, David must lift his father onto his back-- and carry him out. With Cal constantly losing blood, each step becomes more epic than the last. Their journey strips them of everything-- but also gives them a way to love each other. In doing so, the son becomes the father of the man.

WALKING OUT is a primal tale of connection, survival and the true path to manhood. At its core, it takes on American/Western mythos and examines whether violence is the necessary path to masculine maturity. Our film cuts against the grain of this assumption-- suggesting that survival, that becoming a true man-- may depend on compassion instead.

Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins


Written and Directed by Jared Moshe

Produced by Neda Armian, Dan Burks, Edward Parks, Niraj Bhatia

Featuring Bill Pullman, Peter Fonda, Jim Caviezel, Tommy Flanagan, Kathy Baker, Joseph Lee Anderson, and Joe Anderson

Distributed by A24

Filmed in Ennis and Dillon, MT

Aging sidekick Lefty Brown (Bill Pullman) has ridden with Eddie Johnson (Peter Fonda) his entire life. But when a rustler kills Eddie, Lefty is forced from his partner’s shadow and must confront the ugly realities of frontier justice.

Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins