Baby Mine

Title: Baby Mine

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At screening: “Beneath the Balcony” by Lacombe (YELLOW)
  2. The lucky ones: “Six Furlongs” by Bub
  3. Fade to college boy sharpening razor: “There’s A Trick In Pickin’ A Chick-Chick-Chicken” by Tobias
  4. Boy opens window: Wind Effect by Drummer and Organist
  5. Papers blown out of window: “Symphonic Incidentals No. 10” by Marquardt (LT. BLUE)
  6. Fade-out of Charlotte Greenwood: “Entr’ Act To A Comedy” by Axt
  7. Champion being examined by young doctor: “Aubade Fleurie” by Ganne
  8. Champ on doctor’s table stops moving legs: “A Busy Thoroughfare” by Baron
  9. Jimmie’s favorite subject: “Lucky In Love” by Henderson (WHITE)
  10. Woman with toothache at door: “Heap Big Injun” by Sawyer
  11. Woman takes boy out of house: “I’m Sitting On Top of the World” by Henderson
  12. Telephone bell rings: “Serenata amara” by Culotta
  13. Fade-out of Karl Dane at telephone to girl: “Lucky In Love” by Henderson (WHITE)
  14. Telephone bell: Repeat No. 12 “Serenata amara”
  15. I lost my fur: “Beneath the Balcony” by Lacombe (YELLOW)
  16. Oswald’s failure: “Intermezzo Giocoso” by Egener
  17. Girl shows on screen after boys walk off: Repeat No. 15 (YELLOW)
  18. Charlotte Greenwood shows in mirror: “Figaro’s Wedding” by Mozart
  19. Karl Dane brought back into room: Repeat No. 15 (YELLOW)
  20. Karl Dane pushes Greenwood on couch: “Pacific Train” by Gabriel Marie
  21. Sweetheart: “Mountain Laurel” by Allen
  22. Preparing for the wedding: “The Kewpies’ Redezvous” by Kempinski
  23. He’s so nervous. He’s speechless: “Burlesque on Mendelssohn’s Wedding March” by Kempinski
  24. Love’s awakening: “Lucky In Love” by Henderson (WHITE)
  25. For the next twelve months: “Love Sparks” by Holzmann
  26. Child taken off screen: “Symphonic Incidentals No. 10” by Marquardt (LT. BLUE)
  27. Oswald enters room with baby toys: “Cupid’s Surprise” by Gross
  28. The one on my left needs something: Repeat No. 26 (LT. BLUE)
  29. Lilliputian baby brought into room: “The Jolly Rover” by Schoenfeld
  30. Baby puts liquor into milk bottle: Repeat No. 26 (LT. BLUE)
  31. What was your idea: “Lucky In Love” by Henderson (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 12 to 21 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Corporation, 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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