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The Legion of the Condemned

Title: The Legion of the Condemned

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  2. From All Parts of the World: “Overture Italienne” by Zerco
  3. Monte Carlo: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  4. A Road Near London: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  5. East 135th Street: “Humoreskimo” by Wendling
  6. And the Year Being 1917: “Over There” by Cohan
  7. Wounded Removed From Plane: “Affection” by Berge
  8. Canteen: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  9. We’ll Gamble For This: “Hasty Moments” by Savino
  10. They Cut Cards: “Mysterioso No.1” by Kempinski
  11. Boy Draws Ace: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  12. The “Lame Rabbit”: “Madelon” by Robert
  13. I’ll Match You: BOY THEME “Chauson Algerian” by Bradford
  14. Car Drives In Front of Hangar: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  15. Mechanic Spins Propeller: “Air Flight” by Zamecnik
  16. Boy Sees Enemy Running Toward Plane: “Agitato No.1” by Kempinski
  17. Prisoners Tied To Stake: GERMAN THEME “Nibelungen March” by Wagner (Trio)
  18. Boy Refuses To Have Eyes Covered: BOY THEME “Chauson Algerian” by Bradford
  19. After Execution of Prisoners: “Taps”
  20. Flash-Back to “Lame Rabbit”: “Cantabile (Symphonic Love Poem)” by Savino
  21. Change of Scene: “Perpetuum Mobile” by Rapee
  22. Christine In Boudoir: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  23. Insert—Card: “Valse Celeste” by Wittstein
  24. Christine and Gale in Garden: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  25. You May Dance With Her: “Valse Fascinante” by Kempinski
  26. After The Reception: “Chopinata” by Doucet
  27. Gale Sees Christine Sitting On Officer’s Knee: “Laocoon” by Leuschner
  28. And So Another Recruit: “Wild Chase” by Becce
  29. Plane Lands On Flying Field: “The Minnesota March” by Sousa
  30. Gale Enters Quarters: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  31. Who Wants This More Than I Do: “Symphonic Incidentals No.5” by Marquardt
  32. Note Placed On Table: “Romance In F” by Tschaikowsky
  33. Girl Refuses Money: “Charmaine” by Rapee
  34. Car Drives In Front of Hangar: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  35. Gale Recognizes Christine: “Recitative Heroique” by Rapee
  36. Forgive Me: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  37. Christine Lifted Into Plane: “In The Clouds” by Rapee-Axt
  38. Plane Lands—Christine Alights: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  39. But Within Three Days: GERMAN THEME “Nibelungen March” by Wagner (Trio)
  40. Colonel, I Have Just Learned: “An Argument” by Breil
  41. Close-Up of Champagne Bottles: “Ouch” by Kaufman
  42. Tomorrow Morning and the Girl I Love: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  43. Bonne Charee!: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  44. French Entanglements: “Panic” by Varnier
  45. Gale At Plane—Takes Off: “In The Clouds” by Rapee-Axt
  46. Gale Discovers Germans Surrounding Him: GERMAN THEME “Nibelungen March” by Wagner (Trio)
  47. Flash To Legion Headquarters: “Celebrated Canzonetta” by Mendelssohn
  48. Messenger Enters: “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky
  49. How’s The Weather: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  50. Planes Take Off: “Orgies of the Spirits” by Ilynsky
  51. German Court Marshall: GERMAN THEME “Nibelungen March” by Wagner (Trio)
  52. May I Saw Good-Bye?: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik
  53. I Am Ready: “Berceuse” by Jarnefelt
  54. Bomb Explodes: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  55. Legion Headquarters—Colonel Removes Names Of Fallen Aviators: “Taps”
  56. Gales’ Name Removed: LEGION THEME “Marching Song of the Foreign Legion” by Bradford
  57. Plane Takes Off: CHRISTINE THEME “Wings” by Zamecnik

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID:  DDKmnuKvH8

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