December 31, 1957 (–Saturday)
A Farewell to Arms (Rock Hudson, Jennifer Jones)
January 19, 1958 (Sunday–Wednesday)
The Enemy Below (Robert Mitchum, Curt Jurgens)
Hear Me Good (Hal March)
January 23, 1958 (Thursday–Tuesday)
The Tarnished Angels (Rock Hudson, Dorothy Malone)
Jamboree ("Rock and roll film")
January 29, 1958 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Sayonara (Marlon Brando, Miiko Taka, Red Buttons)
February 16, 1958 (Sunday–Tuesday)
Peyton Place (Lana Turner, Hope Lange)
March 5, 1958 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Witness for the Prosecution (Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich)
"No seating in the final ten minutes"
Week 1 & 2: The Last Paradise
Week 3: Sing, Boy, Sing (Tommy Sands)
March 23, 1958 (Sunday–Saturday)
Wild is the Wind (Anna Magnani, Anthony Quinn)
The Gift of Love (Lauren Bacall, Robert Stack)
Robinson/Basilio fight pictures (short)
March 30, 1958 (Sunday–Monday)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney)
Week 1: Fort Dobbs (Clint Walker)
Week 2: Ambush at Cimarron Pass
Wetback Hound (Academy Award-winning short)
April 8, 1958 (Tuesday–Tuesday)
Teacher's Pet (Clark Gable, Doris Day)
Spanish Affair (Richard Kiley)
April 16, 1958 (Wednesday–Thursday)
The Long, Hot Summer (Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman)
The Three Faces of Eve (Joanne Woodward)
April 25, 1958 (Friday–Thursday)
The Young Lions (Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, Dean Martin)
May 9, 1958 (Friday–Thursday)
Paris Holiday (Bob Hope, Fernandel)
The Missouri Traveler (Brandon de Wilde, Lee Marvin)
May 16, 1958 (Friday–Tuesday)
Fraulein (Dana Wynter, Mel Ferrer)
Chase a Crooked Shadow (Richard Todd, Anne Baxter)
May 21, 1958 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Adam and Eve (Christiane Martel, Carlos Baena)
"No children admitted unless accompanies by adults"
Touch of Evil (Charlton Heston, Orson Welles)
May 25, 1958 (Sunday–Tuesday)
Another Time, Another Place (Lana Turner, Barry Sullivan)
The Girl Most Likely (Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson)
May 28, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Ten North Frederick (Gary Cooper, Diana Varsi)
Cattle Empire (Joel McCrea)
June 4, 1958 (Wednesday–Wednesday)
God's Little Acre (Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray)
Thunder Road (Robert Mitchum)
June 12, 1958 (Thursday–Saturday)
Horror of Dracula (Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee)
The Thing that Couldn't Die (Andra Martin, William Reynolds)
June 15, 1958 (Sunday–Thursday)
Vertigo (James Stewart, Kim Novak)
From Hell to Texas (Don Murray, Diane Varsi)
June 27, 1958 (Friday–Monday)
This Happy Feeling (Debbie Reynolds, Curt Jurgens)
The Left Handed Gun (Paul Newman)
July 1, 1958 (Tuesday)
Kiddie matinee "PTA approved"
Dance with Me Henry (Abbott & Costello)
July 2, 1958 (Wednesday–Thursday)
The Vikings (Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis)
God is My Partner (Walter Brennan)
July 4, 1958 (Friday–Monday)
Kiddie matinee - Admission free with three 7-Up bottlecaps
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Dan O'Herlihy)
July 15, 1958 (Tuesday–Thursday)
Kiddie matinee - PTA approved summer shows, 12 & 2:30
The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm (Marjoria Main)
July 18, 1958 (Friday–Monday)
The Bravados (Gregory Peck, Joan Collins)
Beautiful But Dangerous (Gina Lollobrigida)
July 22, 1958 (Tuesday)
Kiddie matinee
Red Mountain (Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott)
July 23, 1958 (Wednesday–Monday)
King Creole (Elvis Presley)
Country Music Holiday (Ferlin Husky, Zsa Zsa Gabor)
On stage Wed. night at 8:30: Capri's Rock and Roll Band
July 29, 1958 (Tuesday)
Kiddie matinee
Gunsmoke (Audie Murphy, Susan Cabot)
July 30, 1958 (Wednesday–Monday)
The Fly (Vincent Price, Herbert Marshall)
($100 to the first person who can prove it can't happen! No one admitted alone without signing a waiver in our lobby.)
Space Master X-7 (Bill Williams, Lyn Thomas)
August 5, 1958 (Tuesday–Saturday)
The Light in the Forest (Fess Parker, Wendell Corey)
Courage of Black Beauty (John Crawford, Diane Brewster)
August 10, 1958 (Sunday–Tuesday)
Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Tommy Kelly)
Gulliver's Travels (full-length cartoon)
August 13, 1958 (Wednesday–Thursday)
Indiscreet (Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman)
Week 1: Loser Takes All (Rossano Brazzi)
Week 2: Rx Murder (Rick Jason)
August 22, 1958 (Friday–Monday)
Kiddie matinee
The Private War of Major Benson (Charlton Heston)
August 26, 1958 (Tuesday–Saturday)
Kiddie matinee
Knights of the Round Table (Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner)
September 1, 1958 (Sunday–Tuesday)
The Naked and the Dead (Aldo Ray, Cliff Robertson)
Week 1: Badman's Country (George Montgomery)
Week 2: The Fiend that Walked the West (Hugh O'Brien)
September 10, 1958 (Wednesday–Thursday)
The Hunters (Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner)
A Certain Smile (Rossano Brazzi, Joan Fontaine)
September 19, 1958 (Friday–Tuesday)
Voice in the Mirror (Richard Egan, Julie London)
Kathy O' (Dan Duryea, Patty McCormick)
September 24, 1958 (Wednesday–Saturday)
The Mating Urge ("in flaming color—adult entertainment")
Naked Earth (Richard Todd)
September 28, 1958 (Sunday–Tuesday)
Wind Across the Everglades (Burl Ives, Christopher Plummer)
Sierra Baron (Brian Keith)
October 1, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Big Country (Gary Cooper, Jean Simmons)
October 15, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
White Wilderness (Disney true life adventure)
Bullwhip (Guy Madison)
October 22, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Barbarian and the Geisha (John Wayne)
Villa (Brian Keith)
October 29, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Onionhead (Andy Griffith, Walter Matthau)
China Doll (Victor Mature)
November 5, 1958 (Wednesday–Saturday)
A Streetcar Named Desire (Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh)
The Seven Year Itch (Marilyn Monroe, Tom Ewell)
November 9, 1958 (Sunday–Wednesday)
The Blob (Steve McQueen)
I Married a Monster from Outer Space (Tom Tryon)
November 13, 1958 (Thursday–Wednesday)
In Love and War (Robert Wagner, Dana Wynter)
("filmed at Stanford")
Harry Black and the Tiger (Stewart Granger, Barbara Rush)
November 20, 1958 (Thursday–Monday)
Around the World in 80 Days (David Niven, Cantinflas)
December 9, 1958 (Tuesday–Tuesday)
Houseboat (Cary Grant, Sophia Loren)
As Young As You Are
December 17, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Mardi Gras (Pat Boone, Christine Carere)
Snowfire, the Wild White Stallion
Also: Exclusive highlights of the Archie Moore/Yvonne
Durelle fight
December 24, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Roots of Heaven (Errol Flynn, Juliette Greco)
The Littlest Hobo (Buddy Hart, Wendy Stuart)
December 31, 1958 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Buccaneer (Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer)
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed (Tom Ewell)