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Unidentified Cue Sheet Pages

Title: Unidentified Cue Sheet Pages

Author: Unknown

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, n.d.

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Contents: Various unmatched pages of cue sheets

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, n.d.

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Contents:

28. Buddy Appears in Hallway: BUDDY “Rosette” by Claypoole (Irving Berlin)

  1. Young Lady: DARROW “Hustle Bustle” by Delille (Irving Berlin)
  2. Well, Why Didn’t You Finish: LOVE “For A Girl Like You” by Rice (M. Witmark & Sons)
  3. Maid Enters Room: “There Ain’t No Sweet Man” by Fisher (Desilva, Brown, Henderson)
  4. You’d Better Go Now: LOVE “For A Girl Like You” by Rice (M. Witmark & Sons)
  5. It’s Your Father: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford (Carl Fischer)
  6. Father Enters Room: “Chatter” by Kahn (Sonnemann)
  7. Maid On Ladder: MAID “Monkey Hop” by Rapee (Belwin)
  8. Buddy Appears at Door: BUDDY “Rosette” by Claypoole (Irving Berlin)
  9. You Can’t Make Me Cuckoo For Five Bucks: MAID “Monkey Hop” by Rapee (Belwin)
  10. The Difference Between: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini (Carl Fischer)
  11. I Don’t Care What Happens: “Moto Perpetuo” by Byng (Hawkes & Son)
  12. Mouse Appears on Floor: “Astir” by Berge (Robbins Music Co.)
  13. I Guess He’s Crazy Too: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford (Belwin)
  14. You’ve Spoiled Everything: LOVE “For A Girl Like You” by Rice (M. Witmark & Sons)
  15. George Appears in Hallway: “Around the Sundial” by Castillo (Walter Jacobs)
  16. Maid Appears in Hallway: MAID “Monkey Hop” by Rapee (Belwin)
  17. Door Opens – Officers Enter: “Babilage” by Gillet (Carl Fischer)
  18. Let’s Go In: LOVE “For A Girl Like You” by Rice (M. Witma

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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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 Yellow-Back

Title: The Yellow-Back

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1926

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Laurentian Echoes” by Laurendeau
  2. Elsie Enters Room; “Circassian Circle” by Beaulac
  3. Man Grabs Elsie: “Ferocity” by Carrozzini
  4. You’d Better Get Away: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  5. O’Mara Polishing Shoes: “Bizzaria” by Laurendeau
  6. We’ve Learned Who Killed: “Carillon” by Laurendeau
  7. Jules Eating: JULES THEME “The Jovial Rogue” by Bradford
  8. Indian Sees O’Mara Riding Forward: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  9. Jules Enters Room; Repeat Jules Theme No.7
  10. I Will Not Go Unless: “Intermezzo from ‘Sigurd Jorsolfar’” by Grieg
  11. O’Mara Rides Into Clearing: “In The Night” by Noack
  12. O’Mara Draws Revolver: “Yelva Overture” by Reissiger
  13. Jules Joins Crowd Outside: Repeat Jules Theme No.7
  14. Miniature Dancing Doll: “Flapperette” by Greer
  15. It Will Take A Better Man: “Drollery” by Kilenyi
  16. But O’Mara Believed: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  17. O’Mara Enters Room; “Scenes Infernales” (A) by Lake
  18. O’Mara Lights Lamp: “Incognito” by Kilenyi
  19. Soon There Were Two; “Fingal’s Cave” by Mendelssohn
  20. Indian Plunges Knife; “Prelude from First Suite ‘Carmen’” by Bizet
  21. M’Sieur You Are One Smart Man: LOVE THEME “Reverie d’Amour” by D’Aquin
  22. It Is Lucky For Me: “Chatter” by Kahn
  23. O’Mara Goes To Sleep; “Andante Mysterioso” by Lake
  24. O’Mara Finally Awakens: Repeat No.8 “Dramatic Allegro”
  25. Insert—“Dead Man’s Landing”: “La Canadieene” by Tavan
  26. Elsie Enters: Repeat No.10 “Intermezzo”
  27. Jules Grabs Her: “Vehement Desire” by Bradford
  28. O’Mara Confronts Jules; “Elements Unbound” by Eggert
  29. Jules Falls Wrapped In Curtain: “Gigue” by Bradford
  30. I Will Never Quarrel: Repeat Love Theme No.21

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Yellow Lily

Title: The Yellow Lily

Author: Eugene Conte

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Eugene Conte

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Hungarian Fantasia” by Tobani
  2. A Holiday In A: “Slavonic Dance No.3” by Dvorak
  3. The Archduke: “Marche Hongroise” by Berlioz
  4. Isn’t He Wonderful?: Repeat No.2 “Slavonic Dance No.3”
  5. Close-Up of Palace Steps: Repeat No.3 “Marche Hongroise”
  6. Guests Enter Room: “Le Chavalier Printemps” by Jacquet
  7. Evening At The: Repeat No.2 “Slavonic Dance No.3”
  8. Exterior: “Agitated Appassionato” by Kilenyi
  9. We Were Sitting: “Chanson Bohemienne” by Boldi
  10. Girl Kisses Archduke: Repeat No.8 “Agitated Appassionato”
  11. Archduke Enters Judith’s Room; Repeat No.6 “Le Chevalier Printemps
  12. I’m Sure He Can’t: “Sourvenir d’Amour” by Conte
  13. Archduke Goes To Piano: Repeat No.6 “Le Chevalier Printemps
  14. Sick Girl Leaves After She Sees Archduke: THEME “Liebesleid” by Kreisler
  15. Archduke Leaves: “La Peche Valse” by Auvray
  16. Sleigh Leaves: “Sylvia” by Speaks
  17. Fade-Out of Doctor With Newspaper: Repeat Them No.14 (Violin Solo)
  18. Doctor Enters Judith’s Room: “Joyous Appassionato” by Carbonara
  19. Judith Goes To Archduke: Repeat No.16 “Sylvia”
  20. Judith Slams Door On Archduke: “Happy Bohemians” by Axt
  21. The Palace In Budapest: “Humoresque” by Mikulicz
  22. Mother With Letter: Repeat No.18 “Joyous Appassionato”
  23. Insert—Telegram; “Entr’Act To A Comedy’ by Axt
  24. Fade-Out—Kinkerlin Helps Archduke With Coat: “Pomposo” by Borch
  25. Archduke Goes To Judith And Brother: Repeat Theme No.14
  26. Play The Yellow Lily: “Waltz Viennesse” by Lakay
  27. Archduke Kisses Judith; “Viennese Melody” by Kreisler
  28. Where Is My Sister?: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  29. Exterior Scene: Repeat No.18 “Joyous Appassionato”
  30. Close-Up of Doorbell: “The Third Degree” by Kempinski
  31. Doctor Leaves; “Third Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  32. Fade-In—Judith After Kinkerlin With Key; “Moonlight Memories” by Edwards
  33. Archduke Enters Room; “Tragic Moments” by Becce
  34. Perhaps You Are Right: “The Old Refrain” by Kreisler
  35. Exterior: “Affolement” by Ourdine
  36. Shot: “Molto Drammatico e Grandioso” by Borch
  37. Exterior—People At Gate: “The Crisis”by Pasternack
  38. Judith Enters To Archduke’s Parents: “Love’s Despair” by Siewert
  39. After Anxious Days: Repeat No.27 “Viennese Melody”
  40. What Do You Mean Has: “Broken Dreams” by Spitalny
  41. I Forbid You To Ever; Repeat No.8 “Agitated Appassionato”
  42. Judith In Cell: Repeat No.34 “The Old Refrain”
  43. Can You Ever Forgive Me?: “Lovers Meeting” by Kempinski
  44. They Leave Cell: Repeat Theme No.14

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Wright Idea

Title: The Wright Idea

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: “Aurora” by Von Der Mehden
  2. Insert—“Wright’s Magic Ink”: JOHNNY THEME “Somebody” by Little
  3. Scene Between Two Men In Alley; “Sarabande Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  4. Escort Me To My Car: “Valse Elise” by Friml
  5. Start Off In High Powered Auto: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  6. As A Rewarde: “Pastime” by Clutsam
  7. Starts Off In Car Again: “I’m Sitting On Top of the World” by Henderson
  8. He Sees Girl: “The Butterflies’ Coquetry” by Voelker
  9. Officer Appears: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  10. Helen Misses Bonds: “Intermezzo” by Arensky
  11. Helen Enters Detective’s Office: DETECTIVE THEME “Funny Faces” by Ring-Hager
  12. Johnny Enters Office: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  13. Boss Opens Door: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford
  14. Johnny Leaves Office: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  15. Gee! I’m Glad I Run Into You: HELEN THEME “Two Imps” by Warren
  16. He’s Got A Satchel Full of Ink: Repeat Detective Theme No.11
  17. Four O’Clock: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  18. Johnny Enters Office: “Breezin’ Along With The Breeze” by Whiting
  19. Two Men Enter; “Got No Time” by Kahn
  20. They Enter Private Office: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  21. They All Leave Office: “A Rube Festival” by Peele
  22. Water Front Scene: “Conspiracy” by Zamecnik
  23. Once I Get These Blotter Men: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  24. The Yachting Part Was: “Marionette” by Arndt
  25. One of the Mysteries of the Sea: “Mal de Mer” by Lange
  26. Johnny Joins Helen and Man; “Chianti” by Friml
  27. Two Business Men Discussing Purchase of Ink: “Silver Sandals” by Moore
  28. Detective Appears: Repeat Detective Theme No.11
  29. Helen Writes Note: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  30. Parker Enters Meeting: “En Visite” by McDonald
  31. Helen and Detective On Dock: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  32. Helen Enters Room; “Dramatic Andante No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  33. Radio Room of Yacht: “Restless Bows” by Srawley
  34. Captain On Deck: Repeat No.22 “Conspiracy”
  35. Flash-Back To Cabin: “Moto Perpetuo” by Weiss
  36. Revenue Cutter Appears: “Emotional Agitato” by Savino
  37. Johnny Climbs Over Side of Yacht: “Animated Agitato” by Levy
  38. After The Revenue Men Had Restored: Repeat Johnny Theme No.2
  39. They Appear On Upper Deck: Repeat Helen Theme No.15

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

OCLC Number:

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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Women’s Wares

Title: Women’s Wares

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Selling Gowns from ‘Maytime’” by Romberg
  2. Department Store: “Avril Frileux” by Mouton
  3. Jimmy Takes Seat At Counter: THEME “I Never Dreamed” by Shapiro
  4. When A Man Hires A Taxi: “Tonight’s My Night With Baby” by Meyer
  5. A Boy, A Girl, A Moonlight Night: “End The Day With A Smile” by Glogau
  6. Key Poked In Door: “The Midnight Parade” by Marquardt
  7. After Fall: Repeat Theme No.3
  8. Dolly Draws Away From Jimmie: “Karma” by Herbert
  9. The Shanghai Gesture Worked: “Fanchonette” by Klemm
  10. Stanton Descends Stairs: “Aubade Printaniere” by Lacombe
  11. Stanton Leaves Dolly’s Room; “Advneture d’Amour” by Bradford
  12. When you Play With Fire: “Gavotte Piquante” by Pierson
  13. Doorbell Rings: “Danse des Mirlitons” by Tschaikowsky
  14. Won’t You Put It On?: “Isabel” by Bowers
  15. Dolly Appears With Dressing Gown On: Repeat No.8 “Karma”
  16. Dolly Picks Up Telephone: “Symphonic Incidentals No.5” by Marquardt
  17. Street Scene—Car At Curb: “In A Merry Mood” by Axt
  18. Is It Not Beautiful: “Cant’ You Hear Me Say I Love You” by Brown
  19. Masie, I’ve Just Met A Man: “Au Vieux Chateau” by Marling
  20. For The Second Time That Day; “Following You Around” by Kahn
  21. Another First Dinner; “Me and My Shadow” by Jolson
  22. Insert—Theatre Tickets: Repeat No.18 “Can’t You Hear Me Say I Love You”
  23. Where Some Men: “Someone Like You” by Little
  24. Girl Dancing: “Jig Walk” by Ellington
  25. You Lovable Little Fraud: Repeat No.11 “Adventure d’Amour”
  26. The Humiliation: “Reproach” by Zamecnik
  27. Jimmy Had An Accident: “Infante Gavotte” by Gabriel Marie
  28. You Poor Fellow: “Broken Vows” by Kempinski
  29. Insert—Card: Repeat No.18 “Can’t You Hear Me Say I Love You”
  30. Bob Sees Jimmy Standing In Door: “Affliction” by Baron
  31. Jimmy!: Repeat Theme No.3

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Woman Wise

Title: Woman Wise

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “There Once Was An Owl” by Herbert
  2. A Town In Persia: “A Street In Algiers” by Ansell
  3. Muffingham!: “The Joker” by Srawley
  4. Brad Wilson—Soldier: “The Jolly Rover” by Schoenfeld
  5. Brad Wilson Jumps On Horse Of Carriage: “The Calif of Bagdad” by Boieldieu (Allegro Move.)
  6. Brad Wilson! I Haven’t: “Joy” by Zamecnik
  7. Brad Wilson and Girl Enter Consul’s Office: “A Gay Lothario” by Bierman
  8. Maybe She Used To Belong: “Tonight You Belong To Me” by David
  9. The Pasha!: “Persian March” by Strauss
  10. This Man Is An Abductor: “The Merry Wives of Windsor” by Nicolai
  11. Pasha Accepts The Purse: Repeat No.9 “Persian March”
  12. Your Life Depends: “The Bayadere” by Rieger
  13. Girl Enters With Bowl of Fruit: “In Bagdad” by Leigh
  14. Consul Receives Letter: “En Visite” by McDonald
  15. Brad Wilson Plays The Harmonica: “Hindustan” by Wallace
  16. George, For A Man: Repeat No.7 “A Gay Lothario”
  17. Exterior Seen: Timpany Rumble and Tom-Tom when Consul comes out to street
  18. Brad Seen Playing Harmonic: Repeat No.15 “Hindustan”
  19. Brad’s Hat Is Shot: “Fuga” by Gabriel Marie
  20. Midnight By The Sultan’s Watch; Arabian Night” by Mildenberg
  21. Change of Scene To Exterior—Brad Seen: Repeat No.15 “Hindustan”
  22. Brad Runs To Consul In Bedroom: “Intermezzo” by Arensky
  23. A Natural Born Bachelor: THEME “Magic Love” by Bradford
  24. Brad Comes Into The Assistant Secretary’s Office: “Rapture” by Zamecnik
  25. Change of Scene To Pasha: “Weird Oriental Theme” by Levy
  26. Change of Scene To Brad and Girl; “Silver Threads” by Danks (Direct Cue)
  27. There’s Only One Tune: Repeat No.15 “Hindustan”
  28. You and That Harmonica: “Exultation” by Hosmer
  29. Brad Plays Harmonica: “The Awakening” by Zamecnik
  30. Persians Climbing Over Wall: “Allegro Infernale” by Aborn
  31. Consul Is Bitten By Reptile: “Salvo” by Gabriel Marie
  32. Change of Scene To Pasha: “Conspiracy” by Savino
  33. The Consul Recovered: Repeat Theme No.21
  34. That Requires Your Endorsement: “Love’s Impulse” by Jacquet
  35. Brad Wilson Comes Downstairs: “Adieu” by Karganoff
  36. Say, What In Thunder Have: “Astir” by Berge
  37. Ali Baba! Ali Baba!: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  38. Persian Shot Falls Into Water: “Merry Wives of Windsor” by Nicolai (Allegro Move.)
  39. Rescue Party Shake hands With Consul and Brad: “Joyous Allegro” by Borch
  40. Henchmen Return To Pasha: “Imprecations” by Baron
  41. Pasha Is Stabbed: Timpany Rumble
  42. Change of Scene To Brad, Consul, and Girl: “Farewell” by Howgill
  43. Brad and Girl Sitting On Sofa: “Lovers Meeting” by Kempinski
  44. The Sidewalk Flew Up: Repeat Theme No.23
  45. Change of Scene To Brad: Repeat No.4 “Jolly Rover”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Woman I Love

Title: The Woman I Love

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: LOVE THEME “Sunny Skies” by Gilbert
  2. Bird In Cage: “Old Song” by Borch
  3. Insert—“New Year’s Eve”: “The Acrobatic Flivver” by Lake
  4. See Here John Reed: “Him and Her” by Lake
  5. What’s The Matter Dear: “Impression Frivole” by Bradford
  6. I Don’t Think I Should Go: EDNA THEME “Amorous Adventure” by Bradford
  7. Café Scene: “La Rosita” by Dupont
  8. Fade-In Hand On Ledger: “Elegy” by Sommer
  9. Flash To Café and Dancing: “Don’t Do That to the Poor Puss-Cat” by Sarony
  10. A New Day and A New Number: HAMILTON THEME “Marche Mignonne” by Poldini
  11. Dial of Clock: “Aubade Printaniere” by Lacombe
  12. By The Way Martin, What Day Is This?: Repeat HAMILTON THEME
  13. Parker Appears In Room; “Intermezzo” by Granados
  14. Ken Offers Mrs. Parker Drink: “Appassionato Romantico” by Bradford
  15. John Enters Apartment: “The Prim Little Miss” by Bradford
  16. Why John, What Brings You Home: “Serenade” by Chaminade
  17. Palmer At Door: Repeat No.13 “Intermezzo”
  18. John Enters With Cocktails: “Valse Mimi” by Axt
  19. Boy Appears With Box With Flowers; “Lamento” by Berge
  20. Hamilton Leaves Elevator: Repeat HAMILTON THEME
  21. Insert—Telegram; Repeat LOVE THEME
  22. I’m Sorry Mr. Hamilton: “Prelude-Largamente” by Savino
  23. The Thursday Express: “Flapperette” by Greer
  24. John Opens Hamilton’s Satchel: “Camorra” by Joels
  25. Edna Setting Table: Repeat Edna Theme No.6
  26. John Appears: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  27. Hamilton Enters Apartment: Repeat HAMILTON THEME
  28. That’s All Tonight Martin: “After Midnight” by Bradford
  29. After Shots Are Fired In Dark Room; “Finale” by Jentsch
  30. Edna Enters Mrs. Parker’s Room; “Andante Cantabile” by Tschaikowsky
  31. Two Gentlemen Enter: Repeat EDNA THEME
  32. Insert—“New Sensation”: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  33. You Say You Were At Hamilton’s Apartment: “Prelude ‘Cyrano’” by Damrosch
  34. Parker Rises From Seat; “Adriana Lecouvreur” by Cilea
  35. I Can Tell You Who Killed Hamilton: “Implorations of Neptune” by Massenet
  36. John Reed’s Bullet Struck Me: Repeat LOVE THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: JyyReEgNZN

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