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The Son of the Sheik

Title: The Son of the Sheik

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1926

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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Contents: 1. At Screening: Odalisks from “Babylon”/Elie–2. A Camp of Outcasts: Moorish March/Moszkowski (Purple)–3. Fourth Knife Thrown: Fi-Ya-Di/Marquardt–4. End of Feet Dancing: That Night in Araby/Snyder (Orange)–5. Valentino and Girl with Trumpet Call after Horsemen Seen in Distance: Trumpet Call by Cornet–6. Man Shown Calling: Indic. Symphony No. 7/Kempinski (Light Blue)–7. Valentino Rides off on Horseback: That Night in Araby/Snyder (Orange)–8. Then in brief: Repeat No. 6 (Light Blue)–9. Close-up of Outlaw’s Face after Valentino Rides Across Screen: Luz Symphonic Color Classic No. 2/Bizet (Red)–10. You Wait Here: Among the Arabs/Langey–11. Valentino Dismounts: Repeat No. 4 (Orange)–12. Valentino Carries Dancing Girl in Arms: Repeat No. 9 (Red)–13. Valentino Stands Up After Robbers Take Revolver: Agitato No. 3/Langey–14. Girl Carried Back to Tent: Luz Symphonic Color Classic No. 2/Bizet (Dark Blue)–15. Outlaws Whip Valentino: Repeat No. 9 (Red)–16. Long Ago You Promised Her: Repeat No. 2 (Purple)–17. Men at Iron Barred Window: repeat No. 6 (Light Blue)–18. Valentino Taken Out Where Horses: Repeat No. 2 (Purple)–19. At a Friend’s Home: Repeat No. 4 (Orange)–20. Valentino Hears Circus Outside: Repeat No. 3 “Fi-Ya-Di”–21. Dancers Stop Dancing: Repeat No. 4 (Orange)–22. Valentino Crushes Rose in Hand: Repeat No. 2 (Purple)–23. The Night Was Young: Arab Dance/Anseil–24. Dancer Shows on Screen: Film Theme No. 15/Rachmaninoff–25. Man Stops Dancing Girl: Repeat No. 23 “Arab Dance”–26. Valentino Grabs Dancing Girl by Arm: Incid. Symphony No. 1/Kempinski–27. Fade-Out after Vase with Comedian Breaks: Luz Symphonic Color Classic No. 2/Bizet (Dark Green)–28. So My Young Charmer: Repeat No. 14 (Dark Blue)–29. Valentino Throws Girl Back Against Couch–Close Up of Girl: Repeat No. 9 (Red)–30. Valentino Grabs Girl in Arms to Kiss Her: Repeat No. 14 (Dark Blue)–31. The Desert Villa: The Sheik of Araby/Snyder (White)–32. Photo on Screen: ‘Neath the Desert Stars/Geehl–33. The Sheik Greets His Wife: Repeat No. 31 (White)–34. Exterior Scene After Sheik Kisses Wife: Karma/Herbert–35. Fade-Out as the Sheik and Horsemen Ride Off: Repeat No. 9 (red)–36. And You’ll Have More Reason: Repeat No, 14 (Dark Blue)– 37. Sheik Dismounts from Horse: Repeat No. 32 “‘Neath the Desert Stars”–38. I Gave You Strict Orders: Repeat No. 34 “Karma”–39. Sheik About to Strike Son: Repeat No. 9 (Red)– 40. It is for Hate: Repeat No. 31 (White)–41. Sheik Mounts Horse and Rides Off: Repeat No. 9 (red)–42. Women, Bah Heed Them Not: A Mysterious Event/Zamecnik–43. Valentino Walks to Door of Tent After Girl Off Screen: Repeat No. 27 (Dark Green)–44. Girl Brought From Tent: Repeat No. 7 (Orange)–45. Second Scene of Girl on Donkey–Looks Back: Incid. Symphony No. 22/Schertzinger–46. Valentino on Horseback Shows on Screen: Repeat No. 9 (Red)–47. Let’s Start Back to Tonggard: Repeat No. 6 (Light Blue)–48. Valentino Stops Pacing Up and Down Tent: Repeat No. 7 (Orange)–49. Man Walks from Valentino in Close-Up: Autumn Winds/Biechiere–50. I Told You: Repeat No. 31 (White)–51. Sheik Kisses Wife on Forehead After Fade-Out of Vision: Repeat No. 49 “Autumn Winds”–52. Fade-Out as Sheik and Men Ride from House: Repeat No. 9 (Red)–53. Quick, Send Yasmin to Dance: Repeat No. 3 “Fi-Ya-Di”–54. Girl Stops Dancing in Scene After Man Sharpens Knife on Shoe: Repeat No. 7 (Orange)–55. Ahmed, You Must Go: Repeat No. 26 “Incid. Symphony No. 1”–56. Father and Son Embrace: Repeat No. 7 (Orange)(First 8 bars)–57. Exterior Scene After Title: “Father, the Girl, I Love Her”: Galloping Furies (Rapee)–58. Close-Up of Girl on Horseback: Repeat No. 7 (Orange).

Notes: Uses Luz’s color-coded system of music organization

Source: Donna Hill

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The Hidden Truth

Title: The Hidden Truth

Author: M. Winkler

Publisher: International, 1919

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Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: M. Winkler

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Contents: Theme: Because You Say Good-Bye/Levy–1. At Screening: Western Moderato/Redia–2. Interior of Barroom: Savannah One-Step/Rosey–3 Strange Figure: Theme 4. When I Get Through: A la Mode One-Step/Rosey—5. In New York: Love Song/Puerner–6. To Catch the Eastern: Forest Whispers/Losey–7. Taylor’s Aunt Who: Sleeping Rose Valse Lento/Borsch–8. The Easy Mark From: Theme 9. Crowd Applauding: Ifunhatin One-Step/Levy–10. The Eastern Mining Bird: Dramatic Recitative/Levy–11. Helen’s Heart Goes Out: Sorrow Theme/Roberts–12. None o’that Baby Stuff: Dramatic Agitato/Hough–13. Who Did This: Dramatic Suspense/Winkler–14. Myrtle’s Spirit: Continue pp.–15. With a Glowing First: Melody/Huerter–16. They Will Keep Her: Theme 17. Reed’s Cunningly: Among the Roses Moderato/Lake–18. Taking Density Into: Continue to action 19. Mr. Taylor Reading Letter: Dramatic Narrative/Pement–20. What Will Be: Birds and Butterflies Internezzo/Vely–21. The Magic Beauty: Theme 22. Guests Applauding: Ballerina’s Vision Valse/Brahams–23. And in the Silent Hours: After Sunset/Pryor–24. Elated at the First: continue pp. 25. At Risk of Loosing [sic]: Theme 26. Reed Returns with Facts: Dramatic Fantasia/Bach–27. Next Morning: Prelaume Dramatic/Rachmaninoff–28. Playing the Game Safe: Dreams of Devotion Dramatic/Langey–29. The Horrible Revelation: Bleeding Hearts andante/Levy–30. The Purchase of the: Agitato Appassionato/Borch–31. I Want You to Forgive Me: Theme.

Notes: Character: Dramatic; Atmosphere: Western mining camp and New York society

Source: Library of Congress

SFSMA ID: N01T202J7J

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King Cowboy

Title: King Cowboy

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Paramount

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Format: Cue sheet with musical incipits

Document type: Cue sheet with musical incipits

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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Includes: 1. At Screening: “Mystic Shrine”/Cameron–2. Suffering Under a Reign of: “Danse Arab”/Tschaikowsky–3. The Executioner Awaits: “Dramatic Adagio”/Berge–4. The Amir’s Guard: “The Bedouins Are Coming” from On the Nile/Hilse–5. From America Had Come: “The Flight”/Savino–6. Arabians Looking at American Party from Distance: “Orientale”/Cui–7. Ben Suliman: “Scheherazada”/Korsakow–8. Arabians Ride Towards Americans: “Gigue”/Bradford–9. Horsemen Riding Towards Second Flash: Repeat No. 3, “Dram. Adagio”–10. They Ride Towards City: “The Fakirs”/Cobb–11. Priest Appears in Minaret: “Hindoo Song”/Bemberg–12. Prayer Ends: Repeat Theme No. 7–13. Abdul and Tom on Balcony: Repeat No. 3, “Dram. Adagio”–14. Tom and Gloomy Leave Room: “In the Temple of the Sun God”/Elie–15. The Following Day: “Hindoo Dance”/Shelly–16. Flash to Cowboys: “Pawnee Herd”/Heed–17. Tom Before Abdul: “Ballet Egyptien No. 1″/Luigini–18. I Saw Tom Being Taken: “Dramatic Allegro”/Savino–19. Polly’s Father: “My Thoughts”/Hewitt–20. Some Friendly Natives: “Anxiete”/Srawley–21. Gloomy Falls Into Room: “Hurry No. 26″/Minot–22. Flash-Back to Abdul: “Omens”/Schad–23. Tom Climbing Wall: “Hurry”/Berge–24. Priest Appears in Minaret Again: Repeat No. 11, “Hindoo Song”–25. Prayer Ends: “Pangs of Love”/Carrozzini–26. Bennett Listening at Door: “The Slimy Viper”/Borch–27. Tom Leaves Room: “Gossip”/Borch–28. Before I Have You Shot: Repeat Theme No. 7–29. That Night at the Arsenal: “The Conspirators”/Roder–30. Next Day a Holiday Was Declared: “Oriental Ballet No. 1″/Riesenfeld–31. I Cannot Disappoint: “Desert Caravan”/Friml–32. Riding Starts: “Debacle”/Brunel–33. Sally and Dad in Tower Making Bombs: “Pas des Echarpes” from La Source ballet/Delibes–34. Flash-Back to Show: “Orient Express”/Benoit–35. Cowboy with Rope in Front of Abdul: “The Get-Away”/Frey–36. Pig! I Challenge You: “The Riding Kid”/Stahlberg–37. Bennett Before Abdul: “Furieuse Poursuite”/Gabriel Marie–38. Gloomy at Entrance: “Flick and Flock”/Patou–39. Bennett and Natives at Door: “Agitated Hurry No. 2″/Berge–40. Tom Climbing Wall: “Agitated Hurry”/Berge–41. Tom Starts on Rope: “Hurry”/Armandola–42. Gimme That Map: “To the Rescue”/Carbonara–43. When Order is Restored: “Kismet”/Henlere.

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Get Your Man

Title: Get Your Man

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Paramount, 1923

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Format: Cue sheet with musical incipits

Document type: Cue sheet with musical incipits

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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Contents: 1. At Screening: “Al Fresco”/Herbert– 2. In A Fine Old French Chateau: “Vous dites Marquise?”/Gillet– 3. Seventeen Years Later: “Monkey Hop”/Rapee– 4. Paris: “Marionette”/Arndt– 5. Insert–Museum of Wax Works: “Mysterious Tension”/Axt– 6. Robert Speaks to Nancy/Nancy Theme): “Polly”/Zamecnik– 7. Lights Extinguished: “Elopement”/Carrozzini– 8. You Must Think I’m An Awful Baby: “Adorable”/Wynburn– 9. Old Lady Worried About Nancy: “Animal Cartoonix No. 2″/Aborn–10.  Flash-back to Nancy and Robert: “Lazy”/Berlin– 11. Cleaner Appears: “Allegro Buffonesco”/Kempinski– 12. Nancy and Robert on Street: Nancy Theme; 13. Robert Removes Jewel Box from Pocket: “Melody”/Franck– 14. Many A Young Man: “Indermede Pastorale”/Penauille– 15. Father, I Must Return to Paris: “Prelude”/Mendoza– 16. Aunt Reading Letter: “Intermezzo”/Arensky– 17. Nancy In Auto: “Gigue”/Bradford– 18. Nancy Jumps from Couch–Picks Up Robert’s Photograph: Nancy Theme No. 6; 19. Next Afternoon: “Evasion d’Harlequin”/Fosse– 20. Father, Would You Say: “Love Triumphant”/Joels– 21. Robert Sees Nancy Through Window: Nancy Theme No. 6; 22. Robert Kneels Before Nancy: “Adventure d’Amour”/Bradford– 23. We Were Just Talking About the Wedding: “Le Chevalier Printemps”/Jacquet– 24. Simone At Desk Writing: “Reverie d”Amour”/D’Aquin– 25. The After Dinner Hour: “Menuet”/Paderewski– 26. Simone Rises from Piano: Nancy Theme No. 6; 27. Girls Leave Room: “Sarcasm”/Kempinski– 28. Marquis Starts To Play Flute: “Au Clair de la Lune from ‘La Belle France'”/Laurendeau– 29. He Stops Playing: “The Clown”/Peele– 30. Every Time Robert Thought of: Nancy Theme No. 6; 31. Marquis Enters Room: “Novelette”/Gade– 32. On The Eve Of The Wedding: “Serenade”/Saint-Saens– 33. Old Gentlemen Enter Room: “Humoresque”/Hermann– 34. Insert–Note: “Infatuation”/Becce– 35. Window Blows Open: “Hasty Moments”/Savino– 36. Nancy Starts To Throw Things About: “Gigue”/Gretry-Mottl– 37. Have You No Explanation to Make: “Carnival Grotesque”/Savino– 38. Young Lady, What Is Your Intention: Nancy Theme No. 6; 39. Nancy and Robert in Hallway: Love Theme no. 8.

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Beau Geste

Title: Beau Geste

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Paramount, 1923

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Format: Cue sheet with musical incipits

Document type: Cue sheet with musical incipits

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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Contents: 1. At Opening: “Overture Italienne”/Zerco– 2. On A Day: “Legion Theme/Marching Song of the Foreign Legion”/Bradford– 3. Strange: “Beau Geste March”/Riesenfeld– 4. Forgive Me My Friend: “La Cloche des Morts”/Ropartz– 5. Insert–Letter: “A Song of Supplication”/Fletcher– 6. Trumpeter: “La Foret Perfide”/Gabriel-Marie– 7. First We’ll Honor The Dead: “La Marseillaise;” 8. Salut: “La Foret Perfide”/Gabriel-Marie– 9. Outside the Troops: “Legion Theme/Marching Song of the Foreign Legion”/Bradford– 10. What Mysterious Power: “Desolatio”/Patou– 11. To Know The Rest: “H. M. S. Pinafore”/Sullivan– 12. Boy Shot: “Pierrot’s Confession from ‘At the Bal Masque'”/Smith– 13. Bullet Extracted: “Koenigskinder”/Humperdinck– 14. Trumpeter Digby, Blow Taps: “Taps”; 15. That’s What I Call: “March Mignonne”/Janssen– 16. Lady Patricia Brandon: “Wood Pixies”/Hadley– 17. Jewel Is Brought In: “Jewel Theme/Silent Night)”/Rebikov– 18. I’ll Give You One: “Little Flower Garden”/Breil– 19. Children Leave Room: “Lady Brandon Theme/’Sunset’ from ‘In Palude’)”/Culotta– 20. Children Playing Arabs: “Bagatelle No. 1″/Dvorak– 21. Lady Brandon and Singh Appear: “Lady Brandon Theme/’Sunset’ from ‘In Palude’)”/Culotta– 22. For Years Lady Brandon: “Une Pensee Tendre”/Cazabon– 23. Lady Brandon Opens Letter: “Lady Brandon Theme/’Sunset’ from ‘In Palude’)”/Culotta– 24. Jewel Brought In: “Jewel Theme/Silent Night)”/Rebikov– 25. Thumb On Electric Button: “Aurore Rouge”/Reillac– 26. Boudoir: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 27. Marseilles: “Fete Bretonne from ‘In Brittany'”/Krieuz– 28. The Canteen: “Bacchanale de Montmartre”/Ketelbey– 29. American: “Yankee Doodle”; 30: Buddy Shakes Hands: “My Buddy”/Donaldson– 31. My Name Is Baldini: “Funiculi-Funicula”/Roberts– 32. Altogether Now: “Legion Theme/Marching Song of the Foreign Legion”/Bradford– 33. The Two: “Marche Militaire Francaise from ‘Suite Algeriene'”/Saint-Saens– 34. Commander Lejeune Appears: “Lejeune Theme: ‘Wotan'”/Fletcher– 35. Soldiers Break Ranks: “Moto Pericoloso”/Schad– 36. Boys Leave Barracks–Baldini Listening: “Izevl”/Pierne– 37. Baldini Caught By Soldiers: “La Rancon de Bonheur”/Gabriel Marie– 38. Lejeune Enters: “Lejeune Theme: ‘Wotan'”/Fletcher– 39. Lejeune Leaves Barracks: “Jewel Theme/Silent Night)”/Rebikov– 40. Fort Zundernneff: “Preludio”/Cordova– 41. Lejeune Appears Outside: “Lejeune Theme: ‘Wotan'”/Fletcher– 42. After a Fortnight: “Treachery and Vengeance”/Fletcher– 43. Lejeune Knows All About Meeting: “Enigma”/Borsch– 44. Barracks–Soldiers Sleeping: [unreadable]; 45. Give Me That Jewel: “Recitative Baroque”/Rapee– 46. Lejeune Bows: “Vanitza”/Perpignan– 47. Lejeune Enters Barracks: “L’Amour Redemptor”/Gabriel-Marie– 48. The Arabs: “Disturbance”/Zamecnik– 49. Cease Firing: trumpet solos; segue: “Lejeune Theme: ‘Wotan'”/Fletcher– 50. Arabs Attacking Again: “Battle Music”/Wiedermann– 51. Stand Easy: trumpet solo; 52. Brothers At Table: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 53. Arabs at Prayer: “Angora”/Pouget– 54. Trumpeter Blows: trumpet solo; 55. Come Now, You Renegades: “Legion Theme/Marching Song of the Foreign Legion”/Bradford– 56. Now Laugh: “The Chatterbox”/Sanders– 57. Lejeune Picks Up Body: “Storm or Fire Music”/Haines– 58. Digby Sees Fallen Brother: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 59. Lejeune Blows Trumpet: trumpet solo; segue: “Lejeune Theme: ‘Wotan'”/Fletcher– 60. So He Was a Jewel Thief: “Threatening Elements”/Schad– 61. Digby Lifts Brother’s Head: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 62. Legion Appears Across Desert: “Legion Theme/Marching Song of the Foreign Legion”/Bradford– 63. Trumpeter Sees Prostrate Brother: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 64. Captain Climbing Wall: “Fever from ‘La Palude'”/Culotta– 65. Body Placed On Cot: “Valse Triste”/Sibelius– 66. Places Trumpet to Lips: “Taps”; 67. Lights Fire: “Trembling Agitato”/Kilenyi– 68. Brothers Meet on Desert: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 69. Buddy and Pal as Outposts: “My Buddy”/Donaldson– 70. After They Shake Hands: “Fete Bretonne from ‘In Brittany'”/Krieuz– 71. Five Days Later: “Scenes Tunisiennes”/Mouton– 72. Night–Desert Scene: “Taps”; 73. John Guest Lived: “Lady Brandon Theme/’Sunset’ from ‘In Palude’)”/Culotta– 74. Digby Gave His Life: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford– 75. I’m A Deserter: “Fete Bretonne from ‘In Brittany'”/Krieuz– 76. Close-Up of Lady Brandon: “Brother Theme: Chanson Algerian”/Bradford).

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The Brat

Title: The Brat

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Publisher: California Theatre, 1919

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Notes: Titles only; no music

Source: Library of Congress

SFSMA ID: pPeNwVEHt4

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