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Woman Wise

Title: Woman Wise

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

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Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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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 From Hell

Title: The Woman From Hell

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: THEME “Honey” by Whiting (Song Style)
  2. Shore Haven Light: “Secret of the Sea” by Zamecnik
  3. Change of Scene To Amusement Park; “Frivolities” by Carbonara
  4. What’s The Idea Of Starin’: “Deep Night” by Henderson
  5. Barker Leaves Girl: Repeat No.3 “Frivolities”
  6. Group Starts Chase After Title “Woman From Hell”: “Here We Go” by Kaufman
  7. All Right, You’ve Caught Me: “Scherzo Serioso” by Lowitz
  8. Skipper and Girl Seen Together: Repeat Theme No.1
  9. So You’re The Fellow: Repeat No.4 “Deep Night”
  10. But You Don’t Belong Here: Repeat Theme No.1
  11. Change of Scene To Girl In Home Packing Valise: “Reflections” by Sanders
  12. Change of Scene To Couple In Motor Boat: Repeat Theme No.1
  13. Pop, I’ve Got A Surprise: “Lady of My Heart” by Roder
  14. Close-Up of Light: Repeat No.2 “Secret of the Sea”
  15. Young Man Meets Wife: Repeat Theme No.1
  16. Change of Scene To Father At Table: “Strande d’Ostende” by Hintz
  17. We’ve Been Married Just A Month; Repeat Theme No.1
  18. Change of Scene To Amusement Park: “Giggles and Chuckles” by Finck
  19. Duck Jumps Out of Man’s hands: “Chicken Reel” by Daly
  20. She’s Back: “Vanity Fair” by Pasternack
  21. Husband Returns To Wife: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  22. Couple Seen In Boat: Repeat Theme No.1
  23. Couple Enter Lighthouse: “Humoresken” by Jones
  24. Wife Seen On Lighthouse Stairs With Duck: “The Water Bug” by Miles
  25. You Selfish Old Jelly-Fish: “Impatience” by Roder
  26. Name Shouldn’t Have Been Reginald: Repeat No.24 “Water Bug”
  27. Husband Leaves Room; “Wistful Longings” by Baron
  28. Close-Up of Water Rushing Again Lighthouse: “Storm or Fire Music” by Haines
  29. Men Seen In Row Boat: “Dramatic Suspense” by Vrionides
  30. Girl Leaves Barker—Continues Turning Light: “Storm-Rain” by Stiller
  31. Barker Forces Girl Away From Light: “Desperation” by Schad
  32. Husband Seen With Duck: “Storm Music” by Langey
  33. Girl Becomes Exhuasted—Falls To Floor: “Pleureuse” by Brunelli
  34. Change of Scene Back To Husband: “After Midnight” by Bradford
  35. Husband Enters Lighthouse: “Agitato Drammatico” by Fresco
  36. If You And I Were As Regular: “Love’s Response” by Marquardt
  37. Husband Goes Over To Wife: Repeat Theme No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Wolf Fangs

Title: Wolf Fangs

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Frozen North” by Rapee-Axt
  2. Ellen—Primitive As: “Shepherds All and Maidens Fair from ‘In Arcady’” by Nevin
  3. Step-Father Walks Over To Ellen; “Rythmic Agitato” by Boehlein
  4. Driven Out By The Hand: “Bide-A-Wee” by Loraine
  5. Vanishing Snow: “Solemn Scenes From Nature” by O’Hare
  6. And With The Passing: “Imprecations” by Baron
  7. Change of Scene To Flock of Sheep and Girl; “Pastorale” by Langey
  8. Nicodemus Sniffen: “The Hobbling Hobo” by Berge
  9. Pistol Shot; “Rustic Allegro” by Savino
  10. Change of Scene To Girl Taking Mattress Off Wagon; “An Arcadian Romance” by Elwain
  11. I’m Nicodemus Sniffen: Repeat No.8 “Hobbling Hobo”
  12. Moonglow In The Eerie: “Darkness” by Brunelli
  13. Thunder Calls Other Dogs: “To The Rescue” by Carbonara
  14. Thunder The General: “La Rencontre des Monstres” by Copping
  15. Change of Scene To Interior—Girl and Step-Father: “After Twilight” by Steindel
  16. Terrence O’Rourke: “The Rangers’ Song from ‘Rio Rita’” by Tierney
  17. These Mountains Have: “The Accuser” by Kay
  18. Change of Scene To Ellen; THEME “The Breath of an Irish Smile” by Bowers
  19. And I’m Afraid My Step-Father: “Appassionata” by Clutsam
  20. Close-Up of Thunder: Repeat No.14 “La Rencontre des Monstres”
  21. Thunder, The Decoy: “Astir” by Berge
  22. Change of Scene To Nicodemus Sniffen: Repeat No.8 “Hobbling Hobo”
  23. Lobo—Disobeying Thunders: Repeat No.6 “Imprecations”
  24. A Captive Foe: “Evil Motive” by Hoffman
  25. Wild Dog, Or Not: “Affection” by Schad
  26. Change of Scene To Exterior of House: Repeat Theme No.18
  27. Step-Father Seen: “Agitato con Moto” by Borch
  28. Three Pines: Repeat Theme No.18
  29. Terrence Runs Away When Ellen Starts Undressing: “Farcical Allegro” by Aborn
  30. Terrence Goes Over To Ellen: Repeat Theme No.18
  31. Close-Up Of Arabian Nights Book; “Castle of Dreams” by Tierney
  32. Step-Father Seen: “Agitato No.30” by Lake
  33. Remember, Ellen Girl: Repeat Theme No.18
  34. Ellen Sees Thunder: Repeat No.25 “Affection”
  35. Step-Father Seen Again: “The Rebellion” by Patou
  36. Change of Scene To Terrence: Repeat Theme No.18
  37. Messenger Enters Terrence’s Cabin: Repeat No.16 “The Rangers’ Song” (Play “PP”)
  38. Wolf_Fang: Repeat No.24 “Evil Motive”
  39. Thunder and Wolf Fang Fight: “The Ambush” by Patou
  40. The Law of the Wild: Repeat No.25 “Affection
  41. Step-Father Seen On Horseback: “A Critical Moment” by BEcce
  42. Girl Goes for Pan of Water: Repeat No.25 “Affection”
  43. Keep Quiet—Don’t Move: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  44. Where’s That Sheep Killer: “Dramatic Agitato” by Borch
  45. Step-Father Starts To Climb Up Ladder: “Tense Misterioso” by Berge
  46. Dog Grabs Step-Father’s Arm: “Fury” by Zamecnik
  47. Thunder Runs Out of House: “Agitato No.2” by Rapee-Axt
  48. Thunder Saved Me: Repeat No.16 “The Rangers’ Song”
  49. Pack of Dogs Chase Step-Father: “Protestation” by Kay
  50. Change of Scene To Lovers: Repeat Theme No.18

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Win That Girl

Title: Win That Girl

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: “Sunshine” by Berlin
  2. When The Civil War: “The Battle Cry of Freedom” by Lake (last 8 bars)
  3. It All Began Back In: “Paderewski Rag” by Klickmann
  4. Time Out: “Bedelia” by Schwartz
  5. Game Starts Again: Repeat No.3 “Paderewski Rag”
  6. And Once Begun: “Happy Days” by Levi
  7. And Again There Was: “Gee, I Wish That I Had A Girl”
  8. Game Starts Again: Repeat No.6 “Happy Days”
  9. Sandford Hasn’t Licked: Repeat No.7 “Gee, I Wish That I Had A Girl”
  10. Fade-In To Door of “Norton & Son”: “Caprice Joyeux” by Seeligson
  11. Street Seen: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini
  12. Rah! Rah! Rah! Mammoth; “Chatter” by Kahn
  13. That Was The Last Straw: “Elegie and Appassionato” by Savino
  14. Thus, In Due Time: “Intermezzo” by Arensky
  15. Two Pounds and Two Ounces: “Mood Pensive” by Applefield
  16. What Nature Left Out Of: “Screening Preludes No.2” by Rapee-Axt
  17. The Brawns Also Were Training: “Gaiety” by Savino
  18. Flash-Back To Norton Home: Repeat No.16 “Screening Preludes No.1”
  19. From Babyhood, Year: “Jingles” by Zamecnik
  20. Football Field Seen; “Shoot” by Kaufman
  21. When The first of Those: “Ain’t She Sweet?” by Ager
  22. I’ll Show You How I Kiss: “Collegiate” by Jaffe
  23. Have You Heard About: “Speedy Boy” by Greer
  24. Crowd In Front of Sweet Shop; Repeat No.22 “Collegiate”
  25. Norton Dressed As Girl Enters Sweet Shop: “Looking At The World Thru Rose Colored Glasses” by Steiger
  26. Change of Scene To Crowd Around Rubbing Table: “Lento” by Tours
  27. So Sandford Lost Again: “Feelin’ Good” by Murphy
  28. Boy Starts To Play Ukulele: “Varsity Drag” by Henderson
  29. Brawn Takes Paper Out of Norton’s Pocket: “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  30. Say, Runt—You’ve Got: “Comic Hurry’ by O’Hare
  31. Insert Of Newspaper: “Allegretto Burlesco” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  32. And So Johnny Came To His: Repeat No.1 “Sunshine”
  33. Change of Scene To Men In Home: “A Funny Story” by Kay
  34. Change of Scene To Johnny And Gloria In Hay Pile: Repeat No.1 “Sunshine”
  35. The Annual Classic: “Razz Berries” by Banta
  36. Kerchoo! I’ll Win Her!: “Ouch” by Kaufman
  37. The Last Quarter: “Cheer Up” by Kaufman
  38. Young Man Hands Gloria Book: Repeat No.1 “Sunshine”
  39. Change of Scene Back To Football: Repeat No.37 “Cheer Up”
  40. Two Minutes Left: Repeat No.23 “Speedy Boy”
  41. Touchdown!: Repeat No.22 “Collegiate”
  42. Johnny and Gloria Seen On Grand-Stand: Repeat No.1 “Sunshine”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Wild West Romance

Title: Wild West Romance

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: THEME “The Answer In Your Eyes” by Savino
  2. Big Water, Arizona: “Cute and Cunnin’” by Kempinski
  3. School Teacher Seen; “School Days” by Edwards
  4. Let Mutt Do Some Tricks: “The Whistler and His Dog” by Pryor
  5. Let’s Do That Ropin’: “Tex” by Stahlberg
  6. I’m Pastor Thorndyke: Repeat Theme No.1
  7. Sheriff, That Pest Is: “Chatter” by Kahn
  8. You Raise More Excitement: “Western Scene” by Berge
  9. Fade-In To Train; “On The Run” by Bierman
  10. Rex Takes Boy off Train; “My Buddy” by Donaldson
  11. Men Seen Along Mountainside Dressed As Indians: “Indian Orgy’ by Rapee-Axt
  12. It’s An Indian Hold-Up; “In The Stirrups” by Zamecnik
  13. It Was A White Man: “Agitated Mysterioso” by Langey
  14. Fade-In To Crowd Running To Sheriff’s Office: “Commotion” by Minot
  15. Anyone’s Apt To Make: “Lady of My Heart” by Roder
  16. Phil’s My Pal: “He’s My Pal” by Edwards
  17. Kids Start To Fight: “Help! Help!” by Kovacs
  18. After Fight Is Over: Repeat No.10 “My Buddy”
  19. Change of Scene To Exterior of Church Tent: “Iris” by Reynard
  20. Close-Up of Watch Seen: Repeat Theme No.1
  21. Portable Wall Falls Over: “Comedy Excitement” by Zamecnik
  22. Rex Sits Down: “Paragraphs” by Fall
  23. Girl Plays Organ: “Adeste Fidelis” by Borch
  24. Fade-In To Exterior of Church Tent Again: “Novelette” by Gade
  25. Listen, Don Juan: “Agitato No.37” by Andino
  26. Change of Scene To Rocks: “Agitated Misterioso” by Rapee
  27. Train Seen: “Agitated Hurry No.2” by Berge
  28. Morning Found The New Foreman: “Causerie” by Macmillen
  29. Change of Scene To Crowd Around Sheriff: “Fuga” by Gabriel Marie
  30. Put Boscoe In The Hospital: “Lazy Bones” by Edwards
  31. Preacher and Party Arrive: Repeat Theme No.1
  32. The School Board: Repeat No.10 “My Buddy”
  33. Sheriff Arrives: “Pique Dame Overture” by Suppe
  34. Turtle Grabs Sheriff’s Finger: “Allegro from ‘Symphonette’” by Berge
  35. Sheriff Sees Brake Martin With Bonds: “The Flight” by Savino
  36. They’re Wise To Us: “The Conspirators” by Roder
  37. Rex Jumps On Man: “The Duel” by Felix
  38. Rex Gets On His Horse: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  39. Rex Is Shot off Horse: “Trailing The Fugitive” by Kempinski
  40. Brake Martin Unhooks Engine: “La Violence” by Casadesus
  41. After Train Stops: “Evening Hour” by Hulten
  42. I Fixed The Other Feller: Repeat No.10 “My Buddy”
  43. Girl Beckons To Rex: Repeat Theme No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Why Sailors Go Wrong

Title: Why Sailors Go Wrong

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: “Sailors Hornpipe”
  2. Insert of Newspaper Clipping; “Sparklets” by Miles
  3. Close-Up of Girl: “Is She My Girl Friend” by Ager
  4. Sammy Beezeroff: “Mazel Tof” by Ascher

SEGUE: “Taxi” by Kaufman

  1. Taxi Arrives At Dock: “Ragging the Waves” by Rosey
  2. Cabby Reaches Dock: “Characteristic Theme No.1” by Roberts
  3. Hep Me Whip That Bully: “Oh Mister” by Frey
  4. Sammy Sees Taxi On Barge: “Burlesque on Chopin’s Funeral March” by Kempinski
  5. Man Leaves With Motor Boat: THEME “Jewish-Irish Comedy Theme” by Rapee
  6. Change of Scene To Couple On Yacht: “Blue Baby” by Klages
  7. Never Mind The Luggage: “Thoughts of Yore” by Frey
  8. Row Boat Seen: Repeat Theme No.9

SEGUE: “Ragging the Waves” by Rosey

  1. Jimmy Gets On Board Yacht: “Impending Danger” by Kempinski
  2. Change of Scene To Water Running Into Row Boat: Repeat Theme No.9

SEGUE: “Peter Gink” by Cobb

  1. Sam And Mac Seen Aboard Yacht: Repeat No.6 “Characteristic Theme No.1”
  2. Sailing, Sailing: “Our Jackies” by Laurendeau
  3. Sammy Comes Up On Deck Eating: “The Whistler and His Dog” by Pryor
  4. Go Aloft and Chase: Repeat No.1 “Sailor’s Hornpipe”
  5. Sammy, I’m Losin’ My: Repeat No.17 “The Whistler and His Dog”
  6. Mac Falls Into Water: Repeat No.5 “Ragging the Waves”
  7. Get Me Some Clothes!: Repeat No.6 “Characteristic Theme No.1”
  8. Quit Crabbin’: “High and Low Jinks from ‘Screening Preludes No.2’” by Rapee-Axt
  9. Sammy and Mac Enter Private Cabin: “A Funny Story” by Kay
  10. Sammy and Mac Leave Private Cabin: Repeat Theme No.9
  11. Midnight—A Roaring Gale: “S-O-S” by Herkan
  12. Jimmy!: “The Erl King” by Schubert
  13. I’m Going To Jump: “Peter Gink” by Cobb
  14. By Morning: “Nobby Gobs” by Frey
  15. Pogo Pogo Island: “Aloma” by Bowers
  16. Monkey Jumps Off Tree: “Monkey-Hop” by Rapee
  17. Two Lions Seen: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  18. Airplane Seen: Repeat No.28 “Nobby Gobs”
  19. There is One Too Many; “Dance of the Savages from ‘Salammbo’” by Ahrends
  20. Are You Hurt, Mac?: “Burlesque on Lange’s Flower Song” by Kempinski
  21. Lions Seen Again: “La Chasse au Lion” by Koelling
  22. Row Boat Seen With Sailors: Repeat No.28 “Nobby Gobs”
  23. Natives Assembled: “A Cannibal Carnival” by Levy
  24. Sailors Fire Shot: “Ship Ahoy” by Frey
  25. Sammy and Mac Jump On Officers: “My Own United States” by Edwards
  26. Money Falls Into Mouth of Crocodile: “Burlesque on Chopin’s Funeral March” by Kempinski
  27. Let’s Try Just Once More: “A Perfect Day” by Bond

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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True Heaven

Title: True Heaven

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: THEME “True Heaven” by Kernel
  2. In A Belgian Village: “Hurry No.3” by Lake
  3. Any Town Looks Jolly After: “Tommy Atkins” by Friml
  4. –Dieser Offizier Von Der: “Fraueuther Porzellan-Puppchen” by Lincke
  5. O’Brien Walks Into Headquarters: “British Patrol” by Linden
  6. O’Brien Leaves Headquarters: Repeat No.4
  7. Fade-In To Interior of Home: Repeat No.3 “Tommy Atkins”
  8. O’Brien Enters Café: “Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo?” by McHugh

SEGUE: Play “Keep The Home Fires Burning” by Novello

  1. Girl Jumps Up On Bar and Embraces O’Brien: Repeat No.4
  2. My Name Is—Judith: Repeat THEME No.1
  3. Look Out for Barbed Wire: Play “Keep The Home Fires Burning” by Novello (Play Lively)
  4. O’Brien and Judith Enter Room: Repeat No.3 “Tommy Atkins”
  5. Judith Sits On O’Brien’s Lap: Repeat THEME No.1
  6. Siren Horn Blows: “Battle of Ypres” by Borch
  7. Judith Walks Over To O’Brien After Explosion In Cellar: “Romance in F” by Tschaikowsky
  8. Fade-In To Judith and O’Brien After She Cauterizes His Wound: Repeat THEME No.1
  9. Judith Is Rescued: “Cheer, Boys, Cheer” by Lake
  10. Get Ready At Once: Repeat THEME No.1
  11. Change of Scene To Hospital: Repeat No.4
  12. On The Outskirts of Hautecroix: “Loyal Comrades” by Blakenburg
  13. Change of Scene To English Headquarters: Repeat No.5 “British Patrol”
  14. Close-Up Of German Cross: “Looms of Fate” by St. Saens
  15. Fade-In To O’Brien Walking Thru German Village: “German Patrol” by Schrader (Play quietly)
  16. Another Bavarian Comrade: “Der gute Kamerad” by Lake
  17. Band Seen Playing: “Bierwalzer” by See
  18. O’Brien Sees Girl Sitting On Fence: Repeat No.4
  19. O’Brien Enters Church: “Verlassen bin I” by Lake (Organ Solo)
  20. People Start To Leave Church: Repeat THEME No.1
  21. O’Brien and Judith Seen Outside of Church: Frhlingsliebe” by Pasternack
  22. O’Brien and Judith Enter Home: “Happiness” by Schad
  23. To The End of the War: Repeat THEME No.1
  24. Judith Sees Vision of Herself Taking Oath; “Deutschland uber Alles” by Lake
  25. O’Brien Walks Over To Judith: Repeat THEME No.1
  26. Second Fade-In To Judith Taking Oath: Repeat No.32 “Deutschland uber Alles”
  27. Judith Leaves Room: “Desperation” by Schad
  28. Judith Returns To Room: Repeat THEME No.1
  29. Fade-In To Clock: “The Desperate Lover” by Carr
  30. After Fade-Out of Soldiers: “Demande d’Amour” by Drigo
  31. O’Brien Sees German Soldiers Thru Window: “Seduction” by Baron
  32. I Can Understand—It Was: Repeat THEME No.1
  33. O’Brien Leaves: “Ondes Mysterieuses” by Franceschi
  34. Judith Sees O’Brien Captured By Two Soldiers: “Ich Liebe Dich” by Grieg
  35. German Headquarters Seen: “Facing Death” by Becce
  36. Fade-In To Judith With German Officer: “Supplication” by Baron
  37. You Say I Have Earned: “Extase” by Ganne
  38. Then You Will Save Him: “Grand Dramatic Scene” by Leuschner
  39. Judith Sees O’Brien Thru Window: “Cortege” by Rapee-Axt
  40. Change of Scene To Officers: “Fate” by Biermann
  41. Armistice: Repeat THEME No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Trent’s Last Case

Title: Trent’s Last Case

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “Parade Fantastique” by Willson
  2. Man Walking Downstairs: “Snooping Around” by Palumbo
  3. Fade-In To Girl: “At The Trysting Place” by Tootell
  4. Has He Been A Beast Again?: “Entreaty” by Zamecnik
  5. Fade-In To Woman In Boudoir: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  6. Maid Seen At Doorway: “Darkness” by Brunelli
  7. Man Seen At Telephone: “Misterioso Patetico” by Brunelli
  8. Thinking of Dying, Are You?: “High and Low Jinks from ‘Screening Preludes’” by Rapee-Axt
  9. Butler Picks Up Cigar Wrapper: “Gruesome Suspense” by Beghon
  10. Uncle Seen Lighting Cigar: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  11. Husband Enters Living Room: Repeat No.9 “Gruesome Suspense”
  12. Man With High Hat Enters Room: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  13. Insert of Page In Book—“CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE”: “Gruesome Tales No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  14. Husband Picks Up Wife’s Picture: “Dramatic Finale” by Noyes
  15. Insert of Page In Book—“INFLICTED WOUNDS”: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  16. Man in High Hat Scene: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  17. Change of Scene Back To Husband: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  18. He’s Sending Me Away: “Andante Appassionato” by Soro
  19. Change of Scene Back To Husband: “A Mysterious Fable” by Juon
  20. Secretary Leaves Office: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw
  21. Early Morning: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  22. Maid Screams: “Gruesome Tales No.2” by Rapee-Axt
  23. Group Seen In Office: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  24. Criminologist Enters Home: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  25. He Died From A Gun Shot: “Suspicions” by Baron
  26. This Is A Cinch: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  27. Uncle, Wife and Help Called In For Examination: “The House of Mistery” by Becce
  28. At Eleven O’Clock A Bell Rang: “Mystification” by Hosmer
  29. Criminologist Seen At Piano: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  30. Do You Know Of, Anyone Who Wanted: “Omens” by Schad
  31. Where Were You Last Night: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  32. Close-Up of Criminologist At Piano: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  33. Detective Interrupts Pianist: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  34. Detective Walks Over To Maid: “Comic Misterioso” by Berge
  35. Detective Walks Over To Wife: “Dramatic Tension No.6” by Zamecnik
  36. Marlow Enters: “The Desperate Lover” by Carr
  37. Now I’m Going To Start Some Third Degreeing: “Angry Tongues” by Weberbauer
  38. Criminologist Starts Playing Piano: Piano Solo—pianist watch screen for amateur playing
  39. Detective Interrupts Piano Playing: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  40. Jack, What Really Hapend: “Love’s Emotion” by Marquardt
  41. Group Enters Bedroom: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  42. Whose Room Is That?: “A Mysterious Event” by Zamecnik
  43. Detective Gets Out of Bed: “Fleeting Shadows” by Weiss
  44. Fade-In To Pistol Shot: Repeat No.5 “Unfinished Symphony”
  45. Tell Them What He Said Isn’t True: “Second Love Tragedy” by Savino
  46. Criminologist Says He Didn’t Do It: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  47. I Was Behind The Curtain: “Symphonic Incidentals No.13” by Marquardt
  48. Murch, We Should Be Proud of Ourselves: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Sin Sister

Title: The Sin Sister

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929

Series:

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: THEME “A Twilight Story” by Russotto
  2. The Last Alaskan: “Frozen North” by Rapee-Axt
  3. Change of Scene To Man and Girl: “Disperazione” by Gabriel Marie
  4. Secretary Goes Over To Girl; “What Do You Say?” by Ager
  5. Pearl Dreams: “Dainty Miss” by Barnes
  6. Man Brings In Bear Skin: “Gatherings” by Savino
  7. Change of Scene to Group—Dancer’s Legs Seen: “Jollifications” by Noyes
  8. Pianist Starts Playing: “The Music Box Rag” by Roberts
  9. Change of Scene To Evangelist: “Onward Christian Soldiers”
  10. Change of Scene Back To Dancing: Repeat No.8 “Music Box Rag”
  11. Stop This Shameless Exhibition: Repeat No.9 “Onward Christian Soldiers”
  12. Dancing Starts Again: Repeat No.8 “Music Box Rag”
  13. Hallelujah—A Sign From Heaven: “Turbulence” by Borch
  14. Caught In The Grinding Jaws of The Ice: “Desolation” by Savino
  15. Dog Driven Sleds Seen: “The Dog Train” by Trinkaus
  16. You Can’t Stay Here: Repeat Theme No.1
  17. We can’t Leave A Woman Here: “Love’s Impulse” by Jacquet
  18. Dog Train Leaves: Repeat No.15 “Dog Train”
  19. Numb and Cold: “From the North” by Sibelius
  20. Group Enters Cabin: “Al Fresco” by Herbert
  21. Pianist Starts To Play: Orchestra Tacet—Piano Solo Imitation of Broken Piano—Watch Sceen
  22. Go To Bed Ethlyn: “A Bedtime Tale” by Swinnen
  23. Change of Scene To Exterior: “Uneasiness” by Borch
  24. He’s Gone! He’s Gone!: “Afflizione” by Gabriel Marie
  25. Close-Up of Music: “Down Among the Sheltering Palms” by Olman (Piano Solo) (4 bars only)
  26. Do Not Forsake Us: Repeat No.9 “Onward Christian Soldiers”
  27. Close-Up of Piano Player: Repeat No.25 “Down Among The Sheltering Palms”
  28. It’s Pretty Decent of You: Repeat Theme No.1
  29. Here’s Some More: Repeat No.9 “Onward Christian Soldiers”
  30. Days—Nights: “Largo Tragico” by Chopin
  31. Pianist Starts Playing: “Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold” by Ball
  32. Secretary and Daughter Seen: “Heart to Heart” by Trinkaus
  33. Secretary and Pearl Seen: Repeat Theme No.1
  34. Pianist Goes To Bed On Pool Table: “Please Go ‘Way and Let Me Sleep” by Von Tilzer
  35. Lover Seen: Repeat Theme No.1 (last 4 bars)
  36. Fade-Out of Lovers: “Pansee” by Manney
  37. Get That Trader In Here: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw
  38. Change of Scene To Pianist: Repeat No.31 “Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold”
  39. Secretary Lifts Board: Repeat Theme No.1
  40. Change of Scene Back To Pianist: Repeat No.31 “Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold”
  41. Evangelist Starts Breaking Piano: “Mutiny” by Zamecnik
  42. Piano Player Reaches Behind Piano for Can of Food: Repeat No.32 “Heart to Heart”
  43. Beans: “Vivacity” by Conterno
  44. Dog Train Seen: “Rustic Allegro” by Savino
  45. No Food—Boss Wants Women First: “Karma” by Herbert
  46. Pistol Shot: “Love Tragedy” by Savino
  47. Change of Scene To man Looking In Mirror: “Extase” by Ganne
  48. Girl Gets Up After Eating: “Dramatic Suspense” by O’Hare
  49. Let Them All Die: “Tumultuoso” by Gabriel Marie
  50. Fade-Out of Pearl and Dog Train: “Symphonic Incidentals No.10” by Marquardt
  51. Eskimo and Pearl Enter Hut: “Ecstasy” by Zamecnik
  52. Pearl Goes Over To Secretary: Repeat Theme No.1 (last half of chorus)
  53. Daughter Brings Can of Food to Secretary: “Dramatic Conversation” by Becce
  54. You Ingrate: Repeat Theme No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The River Pirate

Title: The River Pirate

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: THEME “Out of the Dawn” by Donaldson
  2. Marjorie Caxton: “Ill at Ease” by Jacquet
  3. Jerry Caxton: “Intermezzo” by Sudessi
  4. Insert of Letter: “In the Dark” by Bierman
  5. Oh Dad, I Wish: “Melodious Agitato” by lakay
  6. Change of Scene To Street: “Misterioso Dramatico No.61” by Borch
  7. Thanks, Hallibut: “An Arcadian Romance” by McElwain
  8. Change of Scene To Court Room: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard
  9. Chagne of Scene To Sailor Frink Carrying Bundle: “Sea Song” by O’Hare
  10. Sailor, Here’s Another: “The Little Old Garden” by Hewitt
  11. Then A Letter: Repeat Theme No.1
  12. Getting Ready For The Battle: “A Gay Lothario” by Bierman
  13. And We’ve Decided: “Spirit of Spring” by Reiser
  14. Friendship: “My Buddy” by Donaldson
  15. Another Month: “Agitated Misterioso” by Rapee
  16. Let Me Have It Now: “Affolement” by Ourdine
  17. Back On The River Front: “Leaving Port” by Howgill
  18. There’s A Girl Who Wrote: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  19. What Are You Doing?: “Moto Perpetuo” by Weiss
  20. Officer Leaves: “Rose of Remembrance” by Baron
  21. I Had Given Up Hope: Repeat Theme No.1
  22. Maggie’s Place: “Excitement” by Breil
  23. Seen The Shark?: “Stalking The Prey” by Kempinski
  24. Who Was That?: “Third Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  25. The River Pirate: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  26. Men Come Thru Trap Door: “Andante Cantabile” by O’Hare
  27. Change of Scene to Caxton and Sandy: “Dramatic Andante” by Kempinski
  28. Come Aft, Caxton: “Dram. Recitative No.1” by Levy
  29. Fight Starts: “The Rebellion” by Patou
  30. Change of Scene To Nurse: “Humpty Dumpty’s Funeral March” by Brandeis
  31. Change of Scene To Boy and Girl: Repeat Theme No.1
  32. Change of Scene To Street: “Threatening Elements” by Schad
  33. Great Fog On the River: “The Crisis” by Pasternack
  34. It Hit Me Sort of Hard: Repeat No.14 “My Buddy”
  35. Change of Scene To Marjorie and Father: “Emotions” by Lowitz
  36. Change of Scene to Sandy and Shark: “Darkness” by Brunelli
  37. You’ve Been Getting Yours: “Agitato” by Borch
  38. Change of Scene To Girl: Repeat Theme No.1
  39. Change of Scene To Frink and Shark: “Miserioso No.2” by Hintz
  40. I’ve Got A Gun Now: “Agitato from ‘Synchronizing Suite No.5’” by Lake
  41. Caxton Is Seen: “Allegro Infernale” by Aborn
  42. Sandy Enters: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  43. Give Him A Chance: Repeat No.14 “My Buddy”
  44. Sandy Leaves Warehouse: “Broken Hearts” by Somerville
  45. One Day: “Appassionato Patetico” by Bradford
  46. Sailor Frink Enters: Repeat No.14 “My Buddy”
  47. Change of Scene To Wedding: Repeat Theme No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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