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United States Smith

Title: United States Smith

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

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Contents:

THEME: “A Marine Hymn”

MOLLY THEME: “Molly Ol”

BOY THEME: “Bad Little Boy” by Feist

STEVE THEME: “Big Boy” by Ager

  1. At Screening: THEME
  2. Steamer: “Could I?” by Ager
  3. Steerage: “Gray Days” by Johnson
  4. Man Abuses Boy: “Tensive Allo.” by Abron
  5. Man Knocked Off: STEVE THEME
  6. Sure, I Can Talk English: BOY THEME
  7. Molly Seen: MOLLY THEME
  8. It’s Bad News: Simple Meditation” by Smetsky
  9. What Pretty Chrysanthemums: MOLLY THEME
  10. Ice Cream Vendor Seen: “Ice Cream” by Shapiro
  11. You Must Have Been: STEVE THEME
  12. Knock On Door: “Pulchinello” by Herbert
  13. There’s A Refuge; “A Legend of Erin” by Johnson
  14. Children Drilling: “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” by Marks
  15. If I’ve Got to Drill: BOY THEME
  16. Buglers Seen: “Sunset Salute”
  17. Segue: “Gay Lothario” by Bierman
  18. I Pledge Allegiance: “America” by Fischer
  19. Loving Your Country: “Sunny Hours” by Rich
  20. Naw—He Ain’t: BOY THEME
  21. Boy Sees Quarrel: “Trouble” by Bierman
  22. Boy Wins Fight: “Parade of Toys” by Schertzinger
  23. Boy Measured For Uniform: BOY THEME
  24. From Now On: STEVE THEME
  25. Boy In Uniform: THEME
  26. Molly’s Home: “Jamma” by Drumm
  27. Little Boys Shouldn’t Suck: “Pulchinello
  28. Steve Eats Biscuit: STEVE THEME
  29. It’s Guys Like You: “Bide-A-Wee” by Loraine
  30. Stage: “Stay Out of the South” by Mills
  31. Announcer: “Giggles and Chuckles” by Finck
  32. He Did It To ME?: “Comic Conversation” by Baron
  33. Fight: “Allegro Scherzoso No.2” by Pintel
  34. Steve Dropped: “Ouch!”
  35. Bell: “Allo. Scherzoso No.3” by Pintel
  36. Steve Wins: STEVE THEME
  37. What d’ya Suppose: BOY THEME
  38. Danny Will Never: MOLLY THEME
  39. You Can’t Blame Me: “The Show-Off” by Sanders
  40. A Little Egg Can: BOY THEME
  41. Two Men Enter Office: “Dram. Tension” by Ancliffe
  42. Powder Dropping Out of Keg: Tympani
  43. If It Hadn’t Been For That Kid: “By Firelight” by Grunn
  44. If You’ll Throw The Fight: “The Plotters” by Sonnemann
  45. It’s A Bad Burn: “Broken Heart” by Gillet
  46. You Saved My Life: “My Buddy” by Donaldson
  47. A Week: “Caroma” by Pabst
  48. Riley Will Keep: “The Crisis” by Pasternack
  49. Boy Leaves Room: “Dram. And. No.2” by Axt
  50. There Ain’t Enough Money: THEME
  51. Plotters Enter: “Evil Intentions” by Kempinski
  52. Arena: “All America” by Zamecnik
  53. Bell: “Furious Enemies” by Damour ALTERNATE WITH “Ballade Moderne” by Bennet FOR REST PERIODS
  54. Steve Wins: STEVE THEME – Segue – THEME
  55. Steve Sees Molly and Jim Embrace: MOLLY THEME
  56. Segue: “The Sacrifice” by Zamecnik
  57. You Can’t Fool Me: BOY THEME
  58. Marines Enter: THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Turn Back The Hours

Title: Turn Back The Hours

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

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COWARDICE THEME “Terreur” by Maurice Baron

TIZA THEME: “Ripples” by Fox

KEARNEY THEME: “Miserioso Dramatic No.22” by Borch

GANG THEME: “Dramatic Agitato No.38” by Minot

  1. At Screening: “Song of the Clocks” by Collinge
  2. Bugler: Bugle Calls
  3. After Second Close-Up Bugler: COWARDICE THEME
  4. Fade to Street Corner: “Bygone Days” by Carr
  5. Las Cruces Island: “Famabella” by Grimm
  6. El Diable: GANG THEME
  7. Musicians Seen: “La Spanola” by Rosey
  8. If There Was A Law: KEARNEY THEME
  9. Liney Stokes: “Eccentric Comedy Character” by Belwin
  10. Loot Being Divided: GANG THEME
  11. Muck and Mire: TIZA THEME
  12. Tiza Sees Man In Water: “Serenade” by Chaminade
  13. Gang: GANG THEME
  14. At The Hacienda: “El Castillo” by Ascher
  15. Tiza Stops Dancing—Sees Phillip: TIZA THEME
  16. But I’m Beginning: “I’m Falling In Love With Someone” by Herbert
  17. It’s What We Call: COWARDICE THEME
  18. Tiza Returns With Shaving Outfit: TIZA THEME
  19. Senor Torren—Once: “By The Garden Gate” by Nathan
  20. That’s Ace Kearney: KEARNEY THEME
  21. I’m Through Being Polite: “Dram. Recitativo No.2” by Levy
  22. Why Don’t You Do Something; COWARDICE THEME
  23. Get Out of Here: “Anguish” by Bierman
  24. Tiza Reads Note: “Broken Dreams” by Fox
  25. Fadeout Tiza: “Estudiantina” by Ascher
  26. Liney “Thrown Out”: “Burlesco Pomposo” by Lowitz
  27. Kearney On Scene: KEARNEY THEME
  28. Why Don’t You: “Dram Recitative No.1” by Levy
  29. Someday: “Animal Cartoonix No.1” by Aborn
  30. Tiza Brought In—Captive: GANG THEME
  31. Coward: COWARDICE THEME
  32. Philip Wins: “Love’s Festival” by Axt
  33. Run, Get Out of Here: “The Meeting” by Bierman
  34. Hours of Cruel Torture: “The Torture Chamber” by Rapee-Axt
  35. We Won’t Wait: GANG THEME
  36. Philip Escapes: “Hurry No.23” by Norton
  37. Tiza, Father, and gansters: “The Captive” by Savino
  38. Kearney Enters: KEARNEY THEME
  39. Philip Strikes Kearney: “Sinister Suspense” by Kempinski
  40. Gun Batte: “The Challenge” by Bierman
  41. Commander Stares At Phillip: COWARDICE THEME
  42. Philip Drake, You’re A Brave Man: “Cupid’s Conquest” by Kahn

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Through The Breakers

Title: Through The Breakers

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

OCLC Number:

Contents:

TAYA THEME: “Aloma” by Bowers

DIANE THEME: “Seduction” by Hahn

EUSTICE THEME: “Jovial Jiffkins” by Lafleur

  1. At SZcreening: “Legend of the Sea” by Zamecnik
  2. Kiloaland: “Ka-Lu-A” by Kern
  3. Shark Seen: “Impending Danger” by Kempinski
  4. Safe On Shore: TAYA THEME
  5. Interior Shack; “Untold Secrets” by Hauenschied
  6. John Looks At Diane’s Photo: DIANE THEME
  7. Fade Back To John: “Gage D’Amour” by Janssen
  8. Taya Enters Cabin: TAYA THEME
  9. This Is Madness: “Appassionata” by Norton
  10. Have Either of You Seen: EUSTACE THEME
  11. Yoo-hoo Girls: “Chasing The Chickens” by Forster
  12. Red Sunset: “Honolulu Moon” by Feist
  13. While Beyond The Breakers: “I’m Afraid Of You” by Berlin
  14. Diane and Man On Deck: DIANE THEME
  15. Radiogram: “Imagination” by Meyer
  16. I’ll Auction: “Polly” by Zamecnik
  17. We’re Afire: “Floundering Ship” by Hahn
  18. Through The Breakers: “On The Lagoon” by Schad
  19. John Seen: EUSTACE THEME
  20. Gamboa Carrying Diane: “Lento” by Tours
  21. John Recognizes Diane: “Romance” by Rubenstein
  22. The Welcome of the South Seas: “Luanita” by Stoughton
  23. Diane Seen: DIANE THEME
  24. It Isn’t So Bad: “Mo-Na-Lu” by Brean
  25. Eustice Falls: “Batty Bill” by Anthony
  26. Taya Dances: TAYA THEME
  27. Turquiose Days: EUSTACE THEME
  28. John and Diane: DIANE THEME
  29. Diane Jumps Into Water: “Turbulent Waters” by Berlin
  30. Diane and John Safe (close-up): “My Desire” by Cadman
  31. It Isn’t So Easy: DIANE THEME
  32. John Leaves Diane: “Dram. Tension No.52” by Noyes
  33. Two Women and A Man; “Defiant Love” by Schad
  34. White Man Choose: TAYA THEME
  35. Fade To Festivities: “Pow-Wow” by Rubens
  36. Wedding Ceremony: “Sunset Land” by Kawelo
  37. Taya Draws Knife: “Emotion” by Lowitz
  38. Taya Dies: TAYA THEME
  39. After Taya Brought Out To Sea: “True Love” by Ketelbey

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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San Francisco Nights

Title: San Francisco Nights

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

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Contents:

THEME: “Chant D’Amour” by Jacquet

FLO THEME: “The Glad Girl” by Remick

RED THEME: “The Jesters” by Robbins

FLASH THEME: “Evil Intentions” by Kempinski

  1. At Screening: “Shadow of the Night” by Marks
  2. Girl Running: “Evil Plotter” by Zamecnik
  3. John Shuts Window: “Fleeting Shadows” by Sanders
  4. What Do These Men Want: FLO THEME
  5. Red: RED THEME
  6. Remember—No Funny Business: “Divertissement” by Banes
  7. Doorbell: “Sinistra” by Schultze
  8. John’s Wife Leaves: THEME
  9. Red Wakes Up: RED THEME
  10. The Pat Is Long: “Amerinda” by Smith
  11. Orchestra Plays: “Winnebago” by Allen
  12. You’re The Champion: FLO THEME
  13. Flo Sees John: “Despondency” by Williams
  14. Orchestra Plays: “harmony Rag” by Nichols
  15. Flash Strikes John: “Evil Motive” by Robbins
  16. John Brought Into Room: “Evening Melody” by St. Clair
  17. Ruth—Ruth Why Did: THEME
  18. Red At Stove: RED THEME
  19. Rain: “Oh Boy—How It Was Raining” by Berlin
  20. Flo Greets John: FLO THEME
  21. They Breakfast: “Charming” by Zivelli
  22. Flo Starts Phonograph: “A Little Later On” by Cobb
  23. Barbary Coast Was: “The Walking Frog” by King
  24. I Don’t Know: “Dramatic Andante” by Kempinski
  25. Dancers: “Carbolic Acid” by Weley
  26. Party Seated: “Batty Bill” by Anthony
  27. John Recognizes Wife: THEME
  28. I’m Pulling This: “Sarcasm” by Kempinski
  29. John and Wife In Cab: “THEME
  30. Morning Sunlight: “Second Misterioso” by Savino
  31. Perhaps I Can Help: “Gloaming” by Kempinski
  32. Newspaper Insert: “Silver Sandels” by Moore
  33. Flash Enters: FLASH THEME
  34. Police Enter: “Agitato No.1” by Kempinski
  35. Brooding: FLASH THEME
  36. John and Police Sergeant: “Frivolous Patrol” by Schrimer
  37. Weeks of Separation: “Serena” by Harms
  38. Flash and John: FLASH THEME
  39. Flo and John: “Had I But Known” by Axt
  40. Red Enters: RED THEME
  41. Red Throws Flo Aside: “Imprecations” by Baron
  42. You’re Not Cold-Blooded: “Wistful Longings” by Baron
  43. He’s Nothing: “Love Is Best Of All” by Herbert

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Hellship Bronson

Title: Hellship Bronson

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Publications, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

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Contents:

MRS. BRONSON THEME: “Lost Happiness” by Patou

TIM THEME: “Boy o’Mine” by Witmark

BRONSON THEME: “Fourteen Fathoms Deep” by Lake

  1. At Screening: “O’er the Billowy Sea” by Forster
  2. Crew On Deck: “Heave Ho! Copping” by Berlin
  3. One Hit: TIME THEME
  4. Second Mate Points To Distance: “Golden Gate” by Berlin
  5. Angry Crew Approaches: “Scene Dramatique” by Benoit
  6. One Hit One Cigar: TIM THEME
  7. Ship Listings: MRS. BRONSON THEME
  8. Exterior—Bar: Pianist Only (Clog Dance or Two Step)
  9. End of Dance: “Fun On Deck” by Howgill
  10. Blonde Begins Singing: “Heaven Help A Sailor” by Mills
  11. Ned Interferes: “Burlesco Pomposo” by Lowitz
  12. You Know What To Do: “A Sailor’s Sweetheart” by Feist
  13. Bronson Enters Room—Sees Wife: MRS. BRONSON THEME
  14. Well, Dad, How’s The Dame: TIM THEME
  15. Well, What Do You Think: BRONSON THEME
  16. Bronson Walks out: “Cherro” by Finck
  17. Bronson Leaves Room: MRS. BRONSON THEME
  18. In A Room: “A.B.C. No.16” by Luz
  19. Mary Runs Out: SAME: No.2
  20. Fade—Ship Scene: SAME: No.3
  21. Sunrise: “Jolly Buccaneer” by Schertzinger
  22. Bronson, Mary and Tim: “By the Lake” by Lange
  23. Deck Scene: BRONSON THEME
  24. Bronson and Wife, Alone: MRS. BRONSON THEME
  25. Tim Enters: TIM THEME
  26. Tim Leaves: “Contemplation Marine” by Snock
  27. Fade To Deck: “Eccentric Comedy” by Character
  28. Bronson Reading: “Secret of the Sea” by Zamecnik
  29. Deck Scene (Mary and Tim): “Rippling Tide” by Chappell
  30. Tim Sees Mary and Ned: “Under The Sea” by Lake
  31. And You Call Yourself: “Deep Sea Romance” by Lake
  32. I Was Wrong: BRONSON THEME
  33. It’s Time You and I: “Love’s Impulse” by Jacquet
  34. Bronson Interferes: “Appassionata No.2” by Tyson
  35. I Am Your Mother: TIM THEME
  36. Bronson Interferes: BRONSON THEME
  37. Closeup Tim and Mother: “Mother o’Mine” by Berlin
  38. Fade To Rough Sea: Effect—Segue—“Legend of the Sea” by Zamecnik
  39. We’re In For A Blow: “Threatening Sea” by Photoplay
  40. My Father Taught Me: MRS. BRONSON THEME
  41. Bronson Tells Story of Past: “Golden Memories” by Weidt
  42. Boy Greets Dad (Bronson): TIM THEME
  43. Bronson Confronts Wife: BRONSON THEME
  44. Fade Back To Cabin: “A Mother’s Love” by Morris
  45. Deck Storm: “Second Peer Gynt Suite” by Grieg
  46. Bronson Falls Off Mast: “Destiny’s Call” by Jacquet
  47. Once More: “Dream Boat” by Dixon

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Head of the Family

Title: The Head of the Family

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Publications, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

OCLC Number:

Contents:

DAD THEME: “Poor Papa” by Woods

BILL THEME: “Ho-Ho-Hogan” by Schuster

MABEL THEME: “The Gold Digger” by Hanley

MAGGIE THEME: “Bridget O’Flynn” by Shapiro Bernstein

  1. At Screening: DAD THEME
  2. Midnight: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  3. Broken Water Pipe: “The Jesters” by Carbonara
  4. Maggie Appears: MAGGIE THEME
  5. Michael With Packages: “Entr’Acte to A Comedy” by Axt
  6. Water Shut Off: BILLY THEME
  7. Alice Seen: “Charming” by Zivelli
  8. Aren’t You Ashamed: “Dram. And. No.2” by Axt
  9. Charley Seen: “Just A Little Drink” by Gay
  10. Dad Gets Heart Attack: DAD THEME
  11. Daniel: MAGGIE THEME
  12. The Next Day: “Simple Meditation” by Ludwig
  13. Exterior: BILLY THEME
  14. I’ll Teach You Two: DAD THEME
  15. Maggie Enters: MAGGIE THEME
  16. Charlie and Mabel Enter: MABEL THEME
  17. That Guy May Be: DAD THEME
  18. After Dinner: MAGGIE THEME
  19. Bill and Michael Enter: BILL THEME
  20. I Can Handle: MAGGIE THEME
  21. I’m The Head of the Family: BILL THEME
  22. Alice On Phone: “Gotta Big Date” by Feist
  23. Alice Walks Away From Bill: “Pulchinello” by Aletter
  24. Bill Sees Michael at Keyhole: BILL THEME
  25. Alice Throws Powder At Bill: “Humorous Escapade” by Delille
  26. There Were Three Members: “Prudence” by Luz
  27. Bill Sees Alice: “In A Little Love Nest” by Siras
  28. Let Someone Talk: MAGGIE THEME
  29. There Were Three: MABEL THEME
  30. Oh, Please Sit Down: “She Knows Her Onions” by Ager
  31. So He Became Dear: “Dainty Blossoms” by Kahn
  32. Charlie Gets “Bad News”: “Emotional Agitato” by Savino
  33. Better Take Off: MABEL THEME
  34. Exterior—Fast Auto: “Melodic Agitato” by Savino
  35. Alice Sees Bill and Mabel: “A Musical Thought” by Teitelbaum
  36. Say, You Don’t Mean: MABEL THEME
  37. Sullivan Returns: DAD THEME
  38. Bill and Michael: “Hedge Roses” by Frey
  39. Bill Enters Bathroom: BILL THEME
  40. Maggie Enters: MAGGIE THEME
  41. What You Need: “What D’Ya Say” by Henderson

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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The Cheer Leader

Title: The Cheer Leader

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

OCLC Number:

Contents:

  1. At Screening: “College Capers” by Zamecnik
  2. September: “Freshie” by Shapiro
  3. Love and Kisses: “The Show Off” by Sanders
  4. Percival Plays Sax: “Oh! Harold” by Forster
  5. The First Football: “Pins and Needles” by Berlin
  6. Let’s You and I: “Whose Who Are You” by Robbins
  7. That Night: “Charming” by Zivelli
  8. Dick With Jean: Repeat “The Show Off”
  9. Moonlight: “A Night In June” by Remick
  10. The Last Practice: “More Candy” by Fox
  11. I Talked To You: “Evil Intentions” by Berlin
  12. What’s Wrong Al: “Ballade Moderne” by Bennett
  13. Elizabeth Catches Percival: “The Simpleton” by Berlin
  14. If You Don’t Tell: “Melodie Poetique” by Huerter
  15. Exterior (Dick and Al): Repeat “Evil Intentions”
  16. Girls In Room: “The Co-Ed” by Shapiro
  17. Jimmy In Room: “Caroma” by Ludwig
  18. The Red Mill Roadhouse: “Together-We-Two” by Berlin
  19. Room: “Gerbe De Roses” by Franceschi
  20. Cabaret: “When I Look At You” by Remick
  21. Al Sees Jean: “Inspiration” by Edwards
  22. Al and Jimmy: “That’s What I Call A Pal” by Berlin
  23. With Usual Collegiate: “Miss Anabelle Lee” by Berlin
  24. Jimmy In Room: “Mirabilis” by Smid
  25. Exterior: “Just Once Again” by Feist
  26. Stop Dancing: Repeat “The Show Off”
  27. Dancing: “I Need Lovin’” by Remick
  28. Dick Recognizes “She’s” A He: “Allo. Buffonesco” by Kempinski
  29. Hallway: “Burlesco Pomposo” by Lowitz
  30. Jean and Jimmy: “I Never Knew What The Moonlight Could Do” by Berlin
  31. Al On Scene With Lady’s Clothes: “Whims” by Savino
  32. The Big Game: “College Yell” by Fox
  33. That’s My Dress: “Prattle” by Lowitz
  34. The Kick-Off: “Step On It” by Kaufman
  35. Grandall: “I’ll Be A College Boy’s Dear” by Schrimer

SEGUE: “Varsity” by Fox

  1. End Of Quarter: “Novellette” by Marquis
  2. GRANT: “Collegiate” by Shapiro
  3. Game Starts Again: “Cheer Up” by Kaufman
  4. As The Game Ends: “Frat” by Fox
  5. Interior: “Does He Love Me-Positively-Absolutely” by Coslow

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Blondes By Choice

Title: Blondes By Choice

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1927

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

OCLC Number:

Contents:

LOVE THEME: “IT All Depends On You” by Henderson

HORACE THEME: “The Gauky Rube” by Berlin

BANKER THEME: “Evil Intentions” by Kempinski

TOWN FOLKS THEME: “Scandal-Mongers” by Patou

  1. At Screening: LOVE THEME
  2. Sing: “Polly” by Zamecnik
  3. Clinton Harbor: “A Little One Horse Town” by Morris
  4. Cliff Speaks To Bonnie: “My Idea of Heaven” by Berlin
  5. Clinton Harbor Was: “Charming” by Robbins

SEGUE: “Rendez-Vous” by Aletter

  1. Banker Enters; BANKER THEME
  2. Banker Leaves: “Quandary” by Schad
  3. Magazine: “Cute and Cunnin’” by Kempinski
  4. Immoral I Calls It: TOWN FOLKS THEME
  5. Banker’s Home: BANKER THEME
  6. Oh Father: “Mimi, Leigh” by Jacobs
  7. In Cliff’s Secret Effort: “Springtime, Atherton” by Ditson
  8. That Afternoon: “Rosemary” by Fox
  9. Can You Imagine: TOWN FOLKS THEME
  10. Miss Clinton I’d: LOVE THEME
  11. What A Wonderful: TOWN FOLKS THEME
  12. Dancing: “Gorgeous” by Remick
  13. Cliff and Bonnie: LOVE THEME
  14. Horace Rush: HORACE THEME
  15. Horace Seeks Pen: “Allo. Scintillante” by Kempinski
  16. You Girls Should Know: “Gloaming” by Kempinski
  17. Orchestra Plays: “Me and My Shadow” by Berlin
  18. Shove Off Mate: HORACE THEME
  19. The Punch Was So Weak: “Just A Little Drink” by Gay
  20. Three Quarts Of An Hour: “A Staggering Uncertainty” by Berlin
  21. Cliff Discovered: “Ooh! Maybe It’s You” by Berlin
  22. Girls As I Live: TOWN FOLKS THEME
  23. Cliff Sees Bonnie: “Don’t Be Angry With Me” by Donaldson
  24. That Evening: LOVE THEME
  25. Success: “She’s A Good Fellow” by Kern

SEGUE: “Oh! Kay” by Gershwin

  1. Zilch’s Wig Blown Off: TOWN FOLKS THEME
  2. Horace Turns Off Blower: “Mam’selle Coquette” by Boosey
  3. My Pal!: HORACE THEME
  4. Cliff Calls On Banker: “Serenade” by Chaminade
  5. Horace and Valet: HORACE THEME
  6. Well I’m Here: BANKER THEME
  7. Banker Leaves: “Wistful Ways, Hersom” by Jacobs
  8. Shall I Make: LOVE THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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Bare Knees

Title: Bare Knees

Author: Joseph E. Zivelli

Publisher: Gotham Production, 1928

Series: A Zivelli Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Joseph E. Zivelli

OCLC Number:

Contents:

BILLIE THEME: “She Knows Her Onions” by Ager

  1. At Screening: BILLIE THEME
  2. It All Begins: “A Shy Coquette” by Harms

SEGUE: “Ludicia” by Hawkes

  1. Hanford City: “Sylvan Reveries, Gary” by Ascher
  2. Stop Dancing: “Paragraphs” by Ascher
  3. Percival Sings: “Nobody’s Darling” by Shapiro
  4. Stops Singing: SILENCE
  5. Billie Seen: BILLIE THEME
  6. Introduce Me: “Charming, Zivelli” by Robbins
  7. Wait Till You See: BILLIE THEME
  8. Play Something: “Mary Ann” by Berlin
  9. John Stops Music: “Colinette, Klemm”
  10. Billie and Girls: BILLIE THEME
  11. The Game Was Called: “In The Clover” by Hawkes
  12. Girls Appear: “Who’s That Pretty Baby” by Morris
  13. Game Starts: “Dolly Dimples” by Fox
  14. Newspaper: “Crinoline, Millegram”
  15. John Enters: “Ballade Modern, Bennett”
  16. Billie Enters Room: BILLIE THEME
  17. Bilie Leaves: “Moon Shadows” by Harms
  18. The Pom Pom Pleasure Pier: “Hallelujah” by Harms
  19. It Isn’t Being Done: BILLIE THEME
  20. Girl “Pirate” Seen: “Nothing Could Be Sweeter” by Harms
  21. Card game: “When Shadows Fall” by Sherman Clay
  22. Joan and Paul Alone: “One Alone, Romberg”
  23. Exterior—Auto Seen: “Give Me A June Night” by Remick
  24. Joan and Paul: “Love’s Plaint” by Harms
  25. At The Office: “A Musical Thought, Teitlebaum” by Belwin
  26. Café: “Moonlight Shadows” by Belwin
  27. Joan Enters Room—Greets Paul: “One Golden Hour With You” by Riesenfeld
  28. I’ve Never Seen: “Extase Melodieuse, Littau” by Belwin
  29. Billie Sees John: BILLIE THEME
  30. John Sees Handbag: “reverie, Drumm” by Belwin
  31. Fire: “Threatening Elements” by Schad

SEGUE: “Disaster” by Savino

  1. Letter: “Tenderness” by Schad
  2. Larry and Billy: “I’ll Take Care of Your Cares” by Remick
  3. Joan Enters: “Let’s Misbehave” by Harms
  4. Joan Leaves Billy: BILLIE THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: RN5e7MYba5

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