All film titles and times are taken from contemporary a local newspaper, The Bury Free Press.
SF = Supporting feature
|January||Mon 4, Tues 5, Wed 6,||Hoppity Goes To Town||U|| Filmed in Technicolour. A satirical cartoon of insect life.
SF=”March Of Time”.
|Thurs 7, Fri 8, Sat 9,||Pimpernel Smith||U||Leslie Howard||With full supporting programme.|
|Sun 10,||The Silent Battle||SF=”Invitation To Happiness”, starring Rex Harrison.|
|Mon 11, Tues12, Wed 13,||Remember Pearl Harbour||U||Donald Barry||A comedy drama set in the US Army.
SF=”Penn Of Pennsylvania”, starring Clifford Evans in the story of William Penn, an Englishman who founded Pennsylvania.
|Thurs 14, Fri 15, Sat 16,||Gert And Daisy’s Week-End||U||Elsie and Doris Waters||A comedy about the evacuation of children and rationing.
SF=”Buy Me That Town”, starring Lloyd Nolan.
|Sun 17,||Love Up The Pole||Ernie Lotinger||SF=”Night Journey”.|
|Mon 18, Tues 19, Wed 20,||Sheepdog Of The Hills||U||David Farar||SF=”The Seventh Survivor”, starring Linden Travers.|
|Thurs 21, Fri 22, Sat 23,||The Common Touch||U||Geoffrey Hibbart||With full supporting programme.|
|Sun 24,||Music Hall Parade||SF=”Ellis Island”.|
|Mon 25, Tues 26, Wed 27,||Roxie Hart||A||Ginger Rogers||Based upon the stage play ‘Chicago’.
SF=”Bob’s Your Uncle”, starring Jean Collin and Albert Modlin in a village wartime comedy.
|Thurs 28, Fri 29, Sat 30,||Garrison Follies||U||Barry Lupino||A wartime musical comedy.
SF=”Wide Open Town”, starring William Boyd.
|Sun 31,||Jail Birds||SF=”Three Of A Kind|