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Young April

Title: Young April

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1926

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Sourire d’Avil” by Depret
  2. Girls Playing Ball: “School Days” by Edwards
  3. Two Men Seen With Principal In Office: “The Flatterer” by Chaminade
  4. You Mean I’ve Got To Go; “Must It Be Good-Bye” by Meyer
  5. Vic Joins Maggie and Jerry; “Steppn In Society” by Akst
  6. In A Far-Away: “Arrival of Prince from ‘Student Prince’” by Romberg
  7. Room In Castle Seen: “Merry Cavaliers” by Srawley
  8. The Royal Cadet School: “Student’s March from ‘Student Prince’” by Romberg
  9. It Is The First of April: “A Young Man’s Fancy” by Ager
  10. Officers Enter: “Entrance of Officers from ‘Student Prince’” by Rombert
  11. Girl Seen On Ladder: “Rustle of Spring” by Sinding
  12. Vic and Jerry Seen: “Good-by, Good Luck, God Bless You” by Ball
  13. Oh, Be Yourself: “Collegiate” by Jaffe
  14. Insert of Crown Case: “Keep It Dark from ‘Blossom Time’” by Romberg
  15. Servant Enters With Food: “Drinking Song from ‘Student Prince’” by Romberg
  16. It’s April Dad: Repeat No.9 “A Young Man’s Fancy”
  17. Servant Helps King On With Cape: “March Militaire” by Schubert
  18. Prince Caryl and Officer Alone: “First Call of Spring” by Smith
  19. But Caryl Forgot: “Absinthe Frappe from ‘It Happened in Nordland’” by Herbert
  20. Boris and Prime Minister Arrive: “Badinage” by Herbert
  21. Victoria Enjoys One Last Week; “Entr’Acte Gavotte” by Gillet
  22. The Trail of the Crown: “To The Land of My Own Romance” by Herbert
  23. Prince Enters: “Captain Cupid” by Bratton
  24. Hey Buttons!: “If I Were King from ‘Patsy’” by Kornblum
  25. And Looking Into Vic’s Eyes; THEME “Song of Love from ‘Blossom Time’” by Romberg
  26. Insert of Clock: Bell Only-Orchestra Silent
  27. Prince Gets Up From Chair: “Two Little Love Bees from ‘The Spring Maid’” by Reinhardt
  28. Insert of Prince Caryl’s Visiting Card; Repeat No.24 “If I Were King”
  29. Young April: “London Bridge is Falling Down”
  30. Boris and Prime Minister Seen; “The Plotters” by Carrozzini
  31. After Fade Into Park Scene: “A Kiss in the Dark” by Herbert
  32. How Did You Discover: Repeat No.24 “If I Were King”
  33. Vic Gets In Motor Car: Repeat Theme No.25
  34. Caryl Resolves: Repeat No.23 “Captain Cupid”
  35. Prince Slaps Boris: “Allegro Precipitoso” by Savino
  36. Here’s To Love: Repeat No.25 (Last 4 bars)
  37. Vic and Lady Seen; “La Cinquantaine” by Gabriel Marie
  38. For the Love of His Lady: “Cavatina” by Bohm
  39. Boris Slaps Caryl: “Agitato No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  40. And That Afternoon: “Marche Triumphale” by Kempinski
  41. King and Caryl Alone In Room; ‘Romance” by Tschaikowsky
  42. King Marches Out of Room; “Fanfare”by Berliner
  43. Prince and Hans Alone: “A la Bien Aimee” by Schutt

NOTE: Incomplete

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Wreck of the Hesperus

Title: The Wreck of the Hesperus

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Fourteen Fathoms Deep” by Lake
  2. Girl Seen On Deck: “White Swan” by Stults
  3. Monkey Is Seen: “My Little Biliken“ by Lotter
  4. We’re Almost There: “Home To Joy and Thee” by Vanderpool
  5. Oh, The Captain Is: “Blow The Man Down”
  6. Insert—Picture: “Melodie” by Rachmaninoff
  7. There Was Reason: “Love’s Golden Arrows” by Smith
  8. Silas Sees Bride: “Abandonned” by Leoncavallo
  9. Back To The: “Down To The Sea In Ships” by Smith
  10. One Lone Survivor: “Trembling Agitato” by Kilenyi
  11. Look, Daddy, Look!: “S-O-S” by Herkan
  12. By Evening The: “Starland” by O’Connor
  13. Yes Sir, Named: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  14. Pigtail Jack and John On Deck: Secret of the Sea” by Zamecnik
  15. Whenever One Of: “Whistler and His Dog” by Pryor
  16. John Alone on Deck: Repeat No.2 “White Swan”
  17. Goat and Dog Seen: Repeat No.15 “Whistler and His Dog”
  18. John Seen On Deck: “Alluring Coquetery” by Baron
  19. Her Mother’s Wedding Veil: “Moments of Tenderness” by Somerville
  20. Evening—A Shy Moon: THEME “Liebestraum” by Liszt
  21. John Enters Cabin: “Pressentiments” by Fosse
  22. John Returns To Gale: Repeat Theme No.20
  23. Gale Enters Father’s Cabin: “Twilight Hour” by Savino
  24. In Port And: “Dramatic Tension” by Ancliffe
  25. Twilight Found: “Twilight” by Cesek
  26. Ship Seen: “The Flight” by Savino
  27. Sabbath Morn; “Fugitive” by Maiorana
  28. The Good Folk Hear: Orchestra Tacet—Chime Solo
  29. People Enter Church: Orchestra Tecet—“Come, Ye Disonsolate” by Webbe (Organ Solo)
  30. Insert—Hands: Repeat Theme No.20
  31. Slowly Dragged The: “Love and Laughter” by Cobb
  32. Ship Seen: Repeat No.1 “Fourteen Fathoms Deep”
  33. Exterior Cottage: “The Witching Hour” by Felix
  34. Silas Arrives In Buggy; “Shadows In The Night” by Borch
  35. John Climbing Wall: “Angosciosamente” by Gabriel Marie
  36. All Hell’s About: “Storm or Fire Music” by Haines
  37. The Horror of Screaming: “Flying Dutchman” by Wagner
  38. Her Father Sought: “Lost At Sea” by Lazzari
  39. Like A Sheeted Ghost: “Hopeless” by Neinass
  40. John Sees Wreck: “Furioso No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  41. Gale Sees John: “Agitato Furioso No.12” by Ketelbey
  42. Gale and John Lying Shore: “Miracle of Love” by McKee
  43. Flash-Back To Gale and John After Title “It’s All Right”: Repeat Theme No.20

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Wise Wife

Title: The Wise Wife

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “She Knows Her Onions” by Yellen
  2. It Is Spring: “A Spring Day” by Haines
  3. Jenny Hit By Wall: “Humoresque” by Tschaikowsky
  4. John Kisses Jenny’s Arm: THEME “Cuddle Closer” by Schwartz
  5. Motor Car Seen: “If You Love Helen” by Kendis
  6. You Mean We Must: “Good-Bye” by Posti
  7. The Ladies of The: “Gossip” by Borch
  8. John and Jenny Enter House: “Hesitation” by Friml
  9. Ladies, I Don’t Believe: “I Don’t Believe It” by Richman
  10. John Those Women; “A Kiss In Gossamer-Land” by Andre
  11. If There Must Be: “When A Blonde Makes Up Her Mind” by Mills
  12. Whenever John’s Father: “A Game of Tag” by Trinkaus
  13. Jenny Seen Dancing; Repeat Theme No.4
  14. John and Jenny Stop Dancing: “If I Didn’t Know Your Husband” by Baer
  15. Women As Well As Man: “Marionette” by Arndt
  16. Insert—Hand At Light Switch; “Misterioso Alla Valse” by Savino
  17. Light Is Turned On: “Oh You Beautiful Doll” by Ayer
  18. Burglers: “Somebody’s Wrong” by Marshall
  19. Insert—Sock: “Jealous Moon” by Zamecnik
  20. Insert—Motor Wheel: “In The Woodlands” by Ellis
  21. John and Jenny Beside Stream: “What Says The Brook” by Boehnlein
  22. John Takes Jenny In His Arms: Repeat Theme No.4
  23. Helen Breaks Arrow: “Why?” by Schumann
  24. Love’s Old Sweet Song: “Love’s Old Sweet Song” by Molloy
  25. Insert—Legs and Dress: Repeat No.11 “When A Blonde Makes Up Her Mind”
  26. Motor Car Arrives: “Stop It” by Kaufman
  27. John Knocks Carter Down: “Punchinello” by Herbert
  28. Jenny and John Seen In Room; Repeat Theme No.4
  29. Orchestra Seen Playing: “On The Beach At Waikiki” by Kailmai
  30. Helen Shuts Off Radio: “Visions of the Dance” by Wallace
  31. Helen and Carter Leave: “Poor John” by Pether
  32. Helen and Carter Return: “Midnight Waltz” by Donaldson
  33. John Enters Helen’s Room: “Show That Fellow The Door” by Stone
  34. Jenny Leaves Helen’s Room; “Polly” by Zamecnik
  35. Carter Seen Outside: “Magic Love” by Bradford
  36. John Seen In Room; “Mamma Loves Papa” by Baer
  37. John Comes To Helen: THEME “Cuddle Closer” by Schwartz

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Walking Back

Title: Walking Back

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “The Jazz Dance” by Overstreet
  2. Cosmic Jazz—The Universe: “Runnin’ Wild” by Gibbs
  3. Sons and Daughters of the: “A Joy Ride” by Biermann
  4. After Motor Car Runs Into Tree: “Ain’t That Too Bad” by Endor
  5. Viscious or Just Wild: “Happy Go Lucky” by Kaufman
  6. Insert—Sign “PTOMAINE CHARLIE’S”: “He Knows His Groceries” by Breau
  7. Cop: “In A Hurry” by Friml
  8. When “Smoke” Thatcher: “Spirit of Youth” by Dahlquist
  9. Girl Lying In Bed: “Hard-To-Get Gertie” by Ager
  10. Back To Smoke: “Whims” by Savino
  11. Neither Did Judas: “Appassionato No.3” by Axt
  12. Exterior—Motor Car Seen: “Promenade” by Rapee-Axt
  13. Interior—Young People Seen: “Ain’t We Carrying On” by Frisch
  14. Flash—Woman Singer And Jazz Band: “Hello Cutie” by Friend
  15. “Smoke” and Patsy Alone: “Had I But Known” by Axt
  16. You’re Not Taking Her: “You Don’t Like It—Not Much” by Miller

SEGUE: “Melodic Agitato” by Savino

  1. I’ll Play That Game: “Zip” by Frey
  2. After Car Turns Over: “You Gotta Know How” by Donaldson
  3. “Smoke” and Patsy In Car—Stop At Curb: “I’m All Broken Up Over You” by Murphy
  4. Never Mind Baby: “For A Girl Like You” by Rice
  5. Insert—Sign—Schwartz Garage: “A Curious Story” by Frommel
  6. Car Enters Garage: “Mysterious Stranger” by Kay
  7. Three Strangers Join “Smoke” and Patsy: “A Mysterious Event” by Zamecnik
  8. Y’Know I’ve Taken A: “Tender Heart” by Baga
  9. After Fade—Car Stops On Road: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  10. Interior—Edgar Thatcher At Desk: “Creeping Shadows” by Baron
  11. “Smoke” Driving Car Through Streets: “Fugitive” by Maiorana
  12. Car Stops At Police Station: “Hasty Moments” by Savino
  13. In The Thatcher Home: “The Accuser” by Kay
  14. Son, Did I Understand: Repeat No.8 “Spirit of Youth”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary

Title: The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Mary’s A Grand Old Name” by Cohan
  2. Aunt Mary Watkins: “Oh What A Pal Was Mary” by Wendling
  3. Martha Rankin: “A Little Peach” by Colin
  4. Maid Brings Letter To Aunt Mary: “Marionette” by Arndt
  5. In A Distant City: “Happy Go Lucky” by Kaufman
  6. Aunt Mary and Martha Seen: “Tender Heart” by Baga
  7. The Morning After: “The Morning After the Night Before”
  8. Aunt Mary Arrives: “Here I Am” by Henderson
  9. Thanks for the Buggy: “Thanks For The Buggy Ride” by Buffano
  10. Man Painting Sign: “Fooling” by Klages
  11. Aunt Mary Arrives In Buggy: “Howdy” by Josh
  12. Men Jump Into Beds: “Crazy Words—Crazy Tune” by Ager
  13. After Aunt Mary and Party Leave: “Babillage” by Gillet
  14. Two Young Hearts: “You Need Someone To Love” by Olsen
  15. Aunt Mary Joins Them: “Flirting Lovers” by Kempinski
  16. Insert—Dial On Arm Band: “Climbing Up The Ladder of Love” by Greer
  17. Jack Sneaked Out: “Enthusiasm” by Schad
  18. Couple Beside Road Seen Kissing: “Hugs and Kisses” by Alter
  19. Motorcar Appears: “Hurry No.26” by Lake
  20. His Honor, Judge James: “Old Bogie” by Gruenwald
  21. You’re Not Marry: “Lovers’ Lane” by Roberts
  22. Dissolve—Couple In Old Fashioned Auto: “In My Merry Oldsmobile” by Edwards

SEGUE: “When You and I Were Young Maggie”

  1. Dissolve—Aunt Mary and Judge In Buggy; “I Never Knew How Much I Loved You” by Spear
  2. Jack’s Car Enters Garage: “Oh Mister” by Frey
  3. After Judge Leaves Room: “Spinning Song” by Mendelssohn
  4. After Aunt Mary Leaves Operating Room: “Dizzy Fingers” by Confrey
  5. Jack Punctures Water Bag: “Ouch” by Kaufman
  6. Martha Alone Outside House: “Let’s Make Up” by Golden
  7. Aunt Mary and Martha In Modiste Shop: “Lace and Ruffles” by Schertzinger
  8. Jack Appears In Motorcar: “The Joker” by Srawley
  9. The Nighty Night Club: “The Jazz Dance” by Overstreet
  10. People Get Up To Dance: “Charleston Hound” by Williams
  11. I Wouldn’t Drink That: “That’s A Good Girl” by Berlin
  12. Police Officers Appear: “Step With Pep” by Kaufman
  13. Next Morning: “Merry Playmates” by Howgill
  14. That Is Miss Watkins’ Nephew: Repeat No.14 “You Need Someone To Love”
  15. I’m The One: “Ain’t That Too Bad” by Endor
  16. They’re Off: “Racing Galop” by Ganz
  17. They’re Off: “They’re Off” by Steinhauser

SEGUE: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw

  1. Hey Watkins: “The Get-Away” by Frey
  2. Man Seen At Phone: “The Speed Demon” by Bub
  3. Watkins Wins: “Joy” by Zamecnik
  4. I Am Going To Change: Repeat No.14 “You Need Someone To Love”
  5. That Jack Watkins: “Somebody’s Wrong” by Marshall

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Red Mark

Title: The Red Mark

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Suite Tragique No.4” by Rosse
  2. A Dumping Ground: “Fate” by Ketelbey
  3. Paroled Prisoners Become: “The Captive” by Savino
  4. Young Man Appears At Window: BIBI THEME “Chanson sans Paroles” by Tschaikowsky
  5. Exterior Scene: ZELIE THEME “Canzonetta” by Godard
  6. Bibi Appears In Street: Repeat Bibi Theme No.4
  7. I’m So Happy: LOVE THEME “Red, Red Rose” by Shauer
  8. Come Tonight and Ask: “Passapied from ‘Trianon’” by Lachaume
  9. Interior—Barber Shop: “Happy Moods” by Marquardt
  10. Back In Prison—Convict In Doorway: “Looms of Fate” by St. Saens
  11. Monsieur De Nou: DE NOU THEME “Weird Misterioso” by Kilenyi
  12. Condemned Convict Appears: “Funeral March” by Beethoven
  13. Flash-Back To Barber Shop: “Melodie” by Rachmaninoff
  14. De Nou Seen: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  15. Flash-Back To Barber Shop: Repeat Bibi Theme No.4
  16. De Nou Appears In Street: “Valse Triste” by Sibelius
  17. De Nou: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  18. Prisoners Marching: Repeat No.2 “Fate”
  19. The Cottage of: “Ominous Moments” by Kempinski
  20. De Nou Seen Approaching Cottage: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  21. De Nou Enters Doorway: “Shadows In The Night” by Borch
  22. Bibi At Flower Stand: Repeat Bibi Theme No.4
  23. Back To De Nou In Cottage: Repeat No.21 “Shadows In the Night”
  24. Zelie Enters Room: Repeat Zelie Theme No.5
  25. Madame Carron, I Have: “Infamy” by Conterno
  26. Bibi Enters: Repeat Bibi Theme No.4
  27. Flowers Bring Misfortune: “The Tragic Discovery” by Patou
  28. Madame Carron Sees Mark On Bibi’s Neck: “Grand Appassionato” by Becce
  29. De Nou Departs: “Lost Happiness” by Patou
  30. Listen Would You: “Ashes of the Past” by Leroux
  31. The Rest and What: “Vision d’Amour” by Byford
  32. Afraid of Your: “Dramatic Reproach” by Berge
  33. She Belongs To Me: Repeat Love Theme No.7
  34. Bibi Departs: “Devotion” by Hand
  35. Shadow of Guillotine: Orchestra Tacet
  36. De Nou Appears: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  37. De Nou And Assistant In Room: “Spangles” by Bratton
  38. Zelie Seen In Room: Repeat Zelie Theme No.5
  39. It Does—It Does: Repeat Love Theme No.7
  40. Lamp Is Lowered And Raised: “Angoscisamente” by Gabriel Marie
  41. Door Opens—Bombiste Enters: “Crafty Spy” by Borch
  42. Bombiste Strikes Bibi: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  43. De Nou Looks Through Window: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  44. Bibi Tears Card: “Adagio Lametnoso” by Tschaikowsky
  45. Mother Carron Opens Door: “Dramatic Tension” by Axt
  46. Two Nuns Enter Room: “Andante Religioso” by Thome
  47. De Nou Comes To Bibi: “Tragic Moments” by Becce
  48. Prisoners Marching: Repeat No.2 “Fate”
  49. Bibi and Barber In Cell: “Largo Tragico” by Chopin
  50. Zelie and Nuns Appear: Repeat Love Theme No.7
  51. De Nou Beside Guillotine: Repeat De Nou Theme No.11
  52. Back To Bibi and Zelie: “Andante Pathetique No.23” by Borch
  53. Zelie Leaves Bibi: “Desolation” by Patou
  54. Flash—Zelie Going Aboard Boat: Repeat Zelie Theme No.5
  55. Back To Bibi: “Lamento” by Gabriel Marie
  56. Axe Falls: Orchestra Tacet
  57. Man Comes To De Nou: “Othello’s Remorse” by Baron
  58. Boat Seen: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Night Flyer

Title: The Night Flyer

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “On The Go” by Goldman
  2. Back In 1894: “A Spring Day” by Haines
  3. Medicine Bend: “Rustic Allegro” by Savino
  4. Old 99—Once The: “The Speed Demon” by Bub
  5. Train Stops: “I’ve Been Working On The Railroad”
  6. Jim Falls From Engine: “Camboling” by Biermann
  7. Jimmy and Kate In Engine Cab: “Love Is Just A Little Bit of Heaven” by Baer
  8. There’s Number Three: “Playful Allegro” by Savino
  9. Flash-Back To Jimmy and Kate: “Gay But Wistful” by Grainger
  10. Bat Enters Lunch Room: “Prattle” by Lowitz
  11. Bat Snatches Card From Jimmy: “Furioso” by Savino
  12. And For This: “Dilemma” by Savino
  13. The Night Of: “Vanity Caprice” by Jackson
  14. Man Outside With Lantern: “Dashing Cowboy” by Aborn
  15. Interior of Saloon” by Out West” by Pinard
  16. Jimmy Enters: “The Village Clown” by Axt
  17. Flash-Back To Katie’s Party: “Kathleen” by Berg
  18. Jimmy At Bar: “Razz Berries” by Banta
  19. Flash-Back To Katie’s Party: “Down Home Rag” by Sweatman
  20. Violinist Starts Playing: “The Band Played On from ‘Old Times’” by Lake
  21. People Stop Dancing: Repeat No.19 “Down Home Rag”
  22. Jimmy Enters Room: “Cavatina” by Bohm
  23. Merry Christmas: “Christmas” by Aston
  24. Insert—Page In Album: “Poor Heart” by Gabriel Marie
  25. Engine Seen: “Remorse” by Zamecnik
  26. Early Sunday Morning: “Spring Morning” by Cazabon
  27. Kate In Lunch Room: “Mignonette” by Friml
  28. Jimmy Joins Kate: Repeat No.7 “Love Is Just A Little Bit of Heaven”
  29. Jimmy leaves Lunch Room: “Allegro Perpetuo” by Savino
  30. Jimmy Is Struck Down: “Distress” by Breil
  31. Where’s My Fireman: “A Mon Passage” by Franceschi
  32. Train Starts To Leave: “The Get-Away” by Frey
  33. Insert—Tracks and Engine Wheels: “With the Wind
  34. Train Is Wrecked: “Catastrophe” by Patou
  35. Get In There And: “The Thoroughbred” by Englemann
  36. Engine Starts Off: Repeat No.4 “Speed Demon”
  37. Moss Station: “The Plunger” by Allen
  38. Tell Cliffdale Operation: “Flying Hurry” by Carbonara
  39. Train Arrives At Station: “The False Accusation” by Axt
  40. Mail Bags Being Thrown From Car: “King Triumph” by Hubbell
  41. The Return of The: “Here They Come” by Bergh
  42. Jimmy and Kate in Doorway: Repeat No.7 “Love Is Just A Little Bit of Heaven”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Main Event

Title: The Main Event

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Stand Up and Fight Like H—” by Cohan
  2. Couple Seen Dancing: “The Merry Widow” by Lehar
  3. Dancers Stop Dancing: “Miss Blue Eyes” by Bergh
  4. Flash—Boxers Fighting In Ring: “Red Pepper” by Lodge
  5. But I’m His Sweetheart: “I Love My Baby” by Warren
  6. The Morning Papers: “He’s The Last Word” by Donaldson
  7. Insert—Engine Wheels: “The Limited Express” by Scholes
  8. Fade-In—Porter With Trunks: “The Land of Joy” by Valverde
  9. Electric Sign—Girl Dancer: “Soubrette” by Silbert
  10. Glory and Partner Dancing: Repeat No.2 “Merry Widow”
  11. Glory and Partner Stop Dancing: “Ain’t She Sweet?” by Ager
  12. Glory in Room with Margie: Repeat No.3 “Miss Blue Eyes”
  13. The Training Grind: “Jolly Trotters” by Gillet
  14. Fade-In—Johnnie In Gymnasium: “Quick Action” by Zimmerman
  15. Fade-In—Red Lucas and Margie In Room: “Murmuring Breezes” by Gillet
  16. Glory Appears: Repeat No.3 “Miss Blue Eyes”
  17. I Busted It: “Premonition” by Zamecnik
  18. Johnnie Seen In Room: “Gonna Get a Girl” by Ash
  19. Night After Night: “Linger Awhile” by Rose
  20. And So Johnnie’s Chance: “Midnight Waltz” by Donaldson
  21. Weeks of Glorious Nights: “Keep Going” by Kleinecke
  22. Johnnie Crawls Out of Ring: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  23. Johnnie Had Said: “Social Chat” by Eugene
  24. Dad leaves Room: “Quandry” by Schad
  25. Johnnie Enters Room: “Following You Around” by Kahn
  26. But There’s Nothing Phoney: “When Eyes of Blue Are Fooling You” by Monaco
  27. Johnnie Falls Asleep: “Love Song” by Nevin
  28. Lucas and Margie Enter: “Entreaty” by Zamecnik
  29. I’m Sick of the: “The Awakening” by Zamecnik
  30. The Night Of The: “Perpetual Motion” by Borch
  31. Glory and Dad Enter Johnnie’s Room: “Miracle of Love” by McKee
  32. Johnnie Sees Glory: Repeat No.18 “Gonna Get A Girl”
  33. Boy Opens Door: “The Bravado” by Axt
  34. Lucas Leaves Room: “Disillusioned” by Srawley
  35. Of Course It’s True: “Appassionato Dramatico” by Berge
  36. The Main Event: Repeat No.1 “Stand Up and Fight Like H—”
  37. After Bell Rings: “Furioso No.89” by Berge
  38. After Bell Rings—End of First Round: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw
  39. Insert—Bell Rings For Second Round: “Furioso” by Savino
  40. After Bell Rings—End of Round Two: “Allegro Precipitoso” by Savino
  41. Insert—Bell Rings For Round Three: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  42. Seven, Eight, Nine, Out!: Tympani Roll—Orchestra Tacet
  43. Man Raises Johnnie’s Hand: “The Thoroughbred” by Englemann
  44. Glory and Dad Outside Johnnie’s Room: “Someone Loves You, After All” by Tierney
  45. Johnnie Sits Down: “I’m Sitting On Top of the World” by Henderson

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Leopard Lady

Title: The Leopard Lady

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Prelude to ‘Mystery Drama’” by Baron
  2. In A Little Austrian Town: “Koenigskinder” by Humperdinck
  3. Fade-In Bass Drum: “Wien Hleibt Wien” by Schrammel
  4. Girls Drop Dish: “Appassionato No.2” by Axt
  5. Even Murder: “Murder” by Tremisot
  6. Beyond The Crimson Circle: “Radetsky March” by Strauss
  7. Leopard Lady Sees White Mouse: “Allegro Perpetuo” by Savino
  8. Insert—Card—Chief of Detectives: “Mysterious Stranger” by Kay
  9. Detective Takes Mouse Out of Pocket: “Cat and Mice” by Leonard
  10. I Am Not Interested: “Hesitation” by Friml
  11. Sophy—My House: “The Tragic Discovery” by Patou
  12. Detective Presents Badge To Girl: “Ominous Moments” by Kempinski
  13. Bass drum: “Parade of the Animals” by Ring-Hager
  14. Leopard Lady Appears: “Star Eyes” by Evans
  15. Hats—Coats: “Flirtation” by Cross
  16. Ape’s Arm Appears: “Queer Antics” by Zamecnik
  17. Old Woman Looks Through Door: “Terror” by Baron
  18. Insert—Plate of Spaghetti: “Jolly Fellows” by Suppe
  19. I Will Not: “Fingal’s Cave” by Mendelssohn
  20. Cesare Returns With Accordion: “Oi di Liebe” by King
  21. Help! Help!: “Violence” by Casadesus
  22. Hector Is Dead: Repeat No.5 “Murder”
  23. Cesare Enters Wagon: “Mysterioso” by Haines
  24. Man Seen Outside: “Agitated Misterioso” by Rapee
  25. And So Hector: Repeat No.14 “Star Eyes”
  26. Paula Embraces Young Sailor: “A Lesson In Love” by Fresco
  27. Ape Appears With Ball: Repeat No.16 “Queer Antics”
  28. Paula Enters Wagon: “Reproache d’Amour” by Marquardt
  29. I’ve Been Hungry: “Watching and Waiting For You” by Ackman
  30. Nine O’Clock: “Canzonetta” by Godard
  31. Sailor Leaves Cesare: “Mystere Oppressant” by Gabriel Marie
  32. Cesare Appears In Doorway: Repeat No.19 “Fingal’s Cave”
  33. Folly Pier: “Weird Night” by Axt
  34. Circus Scene: “Sawdust and Spangles” by Bratton
  35. Two Leopards Fighting: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  36. Insert—Red Cross Kit: “Evasion” by Godard
  37. White Mouse Appears: Repeat No.7 “Allegro Perpetuo”
  38. You Sent For Me: Repeat No.8 “Mysterious Stranger”
  39. Detective and Police Leave: “Appassionato No.3” by Axt
  40. Sailor Enters: “Vengeance” by Baron
  41. Ape Appears: Repeat No.17 “Terror”
  42. Ape Takes Gun: Repeat No.5 “Murder”
  43. Ape Shoots Self: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  44. There’s Your Murderer!: “The Accuser” by Kay
  45. I Came Prepared: “No Wonder I’m Happy” by Davis

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: GzZfIJhute

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The Good-Bye Kiss

Title: The Good-Bye Kiss

Author: Rudolph Berliner

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Rudolph Berliner

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: SALLY THEME “The Good-Bye Kiss” by Gay
  2. How’dy Bill: “Tramp, Tramp, Tramp”

SEGUE: Dixie

SEGUE: “Marching Thro’ Georgia”

  1. Bill and Sally Beside Motorcycle: “Me and the Boy Friend” by Monaco
  2. Horse and Buggy Appear: “Ruben, Ruben, I’ve Been Thinking”

SEGUE: “Turkey in the Straw”

  1. Horse’s Tail Gets Over Line: “The Old Grey Mare” by Panella
  2. Horse Runs Away: “Shoot” by Kaufman
  3. Bill Stops Run-Away: “The Bee and the Floweret” by Zamecnik
  4. Johnny Kisses Toots: “Romance” by Grunfeld
  5. They’re Off!: “Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France” by Baskette
  6. Johnny Appears: JOHNNY THEME “The Philanderer” by Srawley
  7. Back to Bill and Sally: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  8. Bill Takes Photo From Pocket: Repeat No.8 “Romance”
  9. Direct Cue—Trumpeter Appears: Assembly Call—Trumpet Solo
  10. Back To Sally and Bill: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  11. Bill Leaves Sally: “Twilight” by Cesek
  12. Sally in Car: “Swing Song” by Barnes
    • Boat Whistle: “Where Do We Go From Here?” by Wenrich
  13. Johnny Appears On Deck: Repeat Johnny Theme No.10
  14. Sally and Matron Seen: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  15. Soldiers At Attention: “Hail America” by Drumm
  16. Sally Appears: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  17. Bill Sees General: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  18. Johnny Appears: “Old Mill”
  19. Early Morning: “Mal de Mer” by Lange
  20. Submarine: “La Retour” by Bizet
  21. After Duck Has Flown Away: Repeat Johnny Theme No.10
  22. Johnny Starts Marching Away From General: “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” by Jessel
  23. Johnny and Sally Beside Ship’s Ventilator: Repeat No.23 “Mal de Mer”
  24. Johnny Leaves Sally: “Asleep in the Deep” by Petrie
  25. Over There: “Over There” by Cohan
  26. Bill and Johnny Seen In Trench: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  27. Soldier Scratches His Arm: “Restless Bows” by Srawley
  28. Just Behind The Front: “Ukulele Lady” by Whiting
  29. Sally Sees General: Repeat Johnny Theme No.10
  30. Back To Trenches: “Battle Music No.9” by Zamecnik
  31. Sergeant Blows Whistle: Repeat No.29 “Over There”
  32. Bill Alone In Trench: “Allegro Precipitoso” by Savino
  33. At The Rest Billets: “Horses” by Gay
  34. Sally Appears: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini
  35. Elephant Appears: “The Hobbledehoy” by Olsen
  36. Hut Interior—Girls Seen: “Premonition” by Zamecnik
  37. Soldiers Seen In Street: “Military Tactics” by Rosey (“PP”)
  38. Bill Enters Hut: “An Argument” by Breil
  39. Bill Kneels Beside Johnny: “My Buddy” Donaldson
  40. Somebody Find Bill Williams: “Dram. Andante No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  41. Sally and Bill (Seated) Back In Hut: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  42. That Night On The: “Duppel Schanzen” by Piefke
  43. Johnny Climbs Down From Three: Repeat No.16.5 “Where Do We Go From Here?”
  44. Back To German Trenches: “The Crafty Spy” by Borch
  45. Back To Sally and Bill: Repeat No.7 “The Bee and the Floweret”
  46. Bill Strikes Table With Hand: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  47. The Café Glacier: “Madelon” by Robert
  48. Shadow of Woman On Screen: “Petite Tonkinoise” by Scotto
  49. Oriental Dancer Appears: “Vision of Salome” by Lampe
  50. Back To Bill and Girl In Cape: “Mon Homme” by Yvain
  51. Bill Strikes Sergeant: “Agitato No.1” by Kempinski
  52. Sally Out of Car: Repeat No.8 “Romance”
  53. Airplane Appears: Orchestra Tacet—Snare Drum Solo or Airplane Effectrs
  54. Back To Interior of Café: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  55. S. Army Motor Seen: “Karma” by Herbert
  56. Daybreak At The Billets: Trumpet Solo

SEGUE: Tympany Solo

  1. Sally Seen: Repeat Sally Theme No.1
  2. Motor Car Seen: “Mysterioso Furioso” by Langey
  3. Entering The Front Line: “Nibelungen March” by Wagner (Trio)
  4. Write a Letter: Repeat No.19 “Hail America”
  5. Back To German Trench: “Battle of Ypres” by Borch
  6. Sergeant and Spy Join Two German Soldiers: “Agitato No.1” by Kempinski
  7. After Explosion of Bill’s Bomb: “Agitato No.3” by Langey
  8. Officer Blows Whistle: Repeat No.29 “Over There”
  9. Sally Sees Bill: “Yankee Doodle Boy” by Cohan
  10. Johnny Appears: Repeat Johnny Theme No.10
  11. Somebody Will Catch: Repeat Sally Theme No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: 3nTFxPwCE8

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