A Woman Against the World

Title: A Woman Against the World

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:


  1. At screening: “Le Moulin Hante” by Snock
  2. New York City: “My New York” by Berlin
  3. Presses turning out newspapers: “Le Retour” by Bizet
  4. Insert—“Chorus Girl Murdered”: “Humoresque by Herrmann
  5. Well, here I am: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  6. Insert—“Police Baffled”: “Misterioso No. 1” by Rapee-Axt
  7. Insert—“John Stillman To Marry”: “Intermezzo Perpetual” by Lowitz
  8. Wedding processions starts: “Bridal Chorus” from Lohengrin by Wagner
  9. Bride before clergyman: “The Swan” by St. Saens
  10. Carol at desk: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  11. Change of scene—John and bride in boudoir: “Mystic Magic” by Bradford
  12. Carol appears at desk in hotel: “Thrills” by Sanders
  13. What do you know about: “Forebodings” by Herbert
  14. Detectives at door—enter room: “Appassionato Lirico” by Berge
  15. These men are detectives: “Anticipation of Danger” by Becce
  16. Insert—“Jury still out”: “Funebris” by Gabriel Marie
  17. Gee, I’m sorry kid: THEME, “Chanson Algerian” by Bradford
  18. Insert—“Stillman To Die In Chair”: “Two Preludes—No. 1” by Chopin
  19. Boss, he isn’t guilty: “Recitativo Patetico” by Peele
  20. Stillman handcuffed to deputy: Repeat Theme No. 17
  21. Reporters waiting on walk for prisoner to appear: “Characteristic Allegro” by Moskowski
  22. Carol with Stillman in auto: “Andante Mesto (Symphonic Love Theme)” by Savino
  23. Flash-back to reporters: “Gossip” by Borch
  24. Light of prison appears in distance: “Spirit of the Night” by Neinass
  25. Stillman enters prison: “Souvenir” by Herbert
  26. Insert—“Stillman Goes To Chair Tonight”: “Berceuse” by Jarnefelt
  27. Stillman enters warden’s office: Repeat Theme No. 17
  28. Insert—“Servant Strangled In Bed”: “Agitato No. 1” by Kempinski
  29. Telegraph instrument close-up: “Valse Triste” by Sibelius
  30. A race against time: “Angosciosamente” by Gabriel Marie
  31. Bob starts to question prisoner: “The Third Degree” by Kempinski
  32. Stillman led from cell: “Les Perses” by Leroux
  33. Insert—“Execution of Stillman”: Repeat Theme No. 17

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: St7zr4m2DF

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