December 31, 1958 (–Thursday)
The Buccaneer (Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer)
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed (Tom Ewell)
January 9, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (Ingrid Bergman, Curt Jurgens)
The Saga of Hemp Brown (Rory Calhoun, Beverly Garland)
Paul Bunyan (Disney cartoon)
January 23, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
I Want to Live (Susan Hayward)
The Gun Runners (Audie Murphy, Eddie Albert)
January 30, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
Tonka (Sal Mineo)
The Mark of Zorro (Tyrone Power)
February 6, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
House on Haunted Hill (Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart)
The Disembodied (Paul Burke, Allison Hayes)
February 11, 1959 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Rally Round the Flag, Boys! (Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward)
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (Kenneth More, Jayne Mansfield)
February 22, 1959 (Sunday–Thursday)
Separate Tables (Rita Hayworth, Deborah Kerr)
Week 1: The Restless Years (John Saxon, Teresa Wright)
Week 2: Stranger in My Arms (June Allyson, Jeff Chandler)
March 13, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
The Hanging Tree (Gary Cooper, Maria Schell)
The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker (Clifton Webb)
March 20, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
Rio Bravo (John Wayne, Dean Martin)
The Trap (Richard Widmark)
Matinee only: The Space Children (Michel Ray, Peggy Webber)
March 25, 1959 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Kiddie matinee
Courage of Black Beauty (John Crawford, Diane Brewster)
Three Stooges short
Little Rascals short
Bugs Bunny and his pals
April 5, 1959 (Sunday–Tuesday)
Tempest (Van Heflin, Silvana Mangano)
The Black Orchid (Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn)
April 15, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Sound and the Fury (Yul Brynner, Joanne Woodward)
When Hell Broke Loose (Charles Bronson, Violet Rensing)
April 22, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Imitation of Life (Lana Turner, John Gavin)
Week 1: Never Steal Anything Small (James Cagney, Shirley Jones)
Week 2: Intent to Kill (Richard Todd)
May 6, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Warlock (Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda)
Lonely Hearts (Montgomery Clift, Robert Ryan)
May 13, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Compulsion (Orson Welles, Diane Varsi)
The Man in the Raincoat (Fernandel)
May 27, 1959 (Wednesday–Saturday)
The Young Philadelphians (Paul Newman, Barbara Rush)
Week 1: Smiley Gets a Gun (Sybil Thorndike)
Week 2: Thunder in the Sun (Susan Hayward)
June 7, 1959 (Sunday–Thursday)
Woman Obsessed (Susan Hayward, Stephen Boyd)
A Night to Remember (Kenneth More)
June 12, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
Horrors of the Black Museum (Michael Gough, June Cunningham)
The Headless Ghost (Richard Lyon, Liliane Sottane)
June 17, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Sleeping Beauty (Disney)
Week 1: The Sad Horse (David Ladd, Chill Wills)
Week 2: Sabu and the Magic Ring (Sabu, Daria Massey)
July 1, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
South Pacific (Rossano Brazzi, Mitzi Gaynor)
August 5, 1959 (Wednesday–Thursday)
The Diary of Anne Frank (Millie Perkins, Shelley Winters)
Math Magic Land (Disney cartoon)
August 14, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
John Paul Jones (Robert Stack, Marisa Pavan)
The Young Captives (Steven Merle)
August 19, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
The Big Circus (Victor Mature, Rhonda Fleming)
King of the Wild Stallions (George Montgomery)
August 26, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
Don't Give Up the Ship (Jerry Lewis)
Tarzan's Greatest Adventure (Gordon Scott)
September 2, 1959 (Wednesday–Tuesday)
A Private's Affair (Sal Mineo, Christine Carere)
Holiday for Lovers (Clifton Webb, Jane Wyman)
September 9, 1959 (Wednesday–Saturday)
The Mummy (Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee)
Curse of the Undead (Eric Fleming, Kathleen Crowley)
September 13, 1959 (Sunday–Saturday)
Yellowstone Kelly (Clint Walker, Edd Byrnes)
Su-Th: Island of Lost Women (Jeff Richards)
F-Sa : Thundering Jets (Rex Reason, Dick Foran)
September 20, 1959 (Sunday–Thursday)
The Blue Angel (Curt Jurgens, May Britt)
Su-W: Tokyo After Dark (Michi Kobi, Richard Long)
W-F : Rockabilly Baby
September 25, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
Blue Denim (Carol Lynley, Brandon de Wilde)
Subway in the Sky (Van Johnson, Hildegard Neff)
October 2, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
The Devil's Disciple (Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas)
The Rabbit Trap (Ernest Borgnine)
October 9, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
Last Train from Gun Hill (Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn)
Shane (Alan Ladd)
October 14, 1959 (Wednesday–Thursday)
The Bolshoi Ballet (filmed in London in Eastman Color)
October 16, 1959 (Friday–Friday)
The FBI Story (James Stewart, Vera Miles)
October 31, 1959 (Saturday–Monday)
Added Halloween treat:
The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas (in Horrorscope!)
November 3, 1959 (Tuesday–Friday)
A Woman Like Satan (Brigitte Bardot)
That Kind of Woman (Sophia Loren, Tab Hunter)
November 7, 1959 (Saturday)
Kiddie matinee
Flaming Frontier (Bruce Bennett, Jim Davis)
Wolf Dog (Jim Davis, Allison Hayes)
November 8, 1959 (Sunday–Thursday)
-30- (Jack Webb)
Missiles From Hell (Michael Rennie)
November 13, 1959 (Friday–Tuesday)
Sign of the Gladiator (Anita Ekberg, Georges Marchal)
Fri: Back from the Dead (Peggy Castle, Arthur Franz)
Sa-Tu: Timbuktu (Victor Mature)
November 18, 1959 (Wednesday–Thursday)
A Streetcar Named Desire (Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh)
The Three Faces of Eve (Joanne Woodward, David Wayne)
November 20, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
A Summer Place (Richard Egan, Dorothy McGuire)
Week 1: The Wild and the Innocent (Audie Murphy, Sandra Dee)
Week 2: Oregon Trail (Fred MacMurray)
December 4, 1959 (Friday–Thursday)
Beloved Infidel (Gregory Peck, Deborah Kerr)
The Man Who Understood Women (Henry Fonda, Leslie Caron)
December 11, 1959 (Friday–Saturday)
Samson and Delilah (Hedy Lamarr, Victor Mature)
Ulysses (Kirk Douglas, Silvana Mangano)
December 20, 1959 (Sunday–Tuesday)
4-D Man (Robert Lansing, Lee Meriweather)
The Cosmic Man (Bruce Bennett)
December 23, 1959 (Wednesday–Saturday)
Journey to the Center of the Earth (James Mason, Pat Boone)
Hoppity Goes to Town (full-length cartoon)
Football highlights of 1959 (short)