Buck Privates

Title: Buck Privates

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “American Festival March” by Riesenfeld
  2. Cast: “Over There” by Cohan
  3. Captain, you will find: “Where Do We Go From Here?” by Wenrich
  4. The boys celebrated: “Mess – Trumpet Call”
  5. Boys eating chow: “Soup Song” by Archer
  6. Anna appears: ANNA THEME – “Douce Fievre” by Y’Ener
  7. Under an arrangement: HULDA THEME – “Schuhplattler Tanz” by See
  8. Boys stop at Hartmann’s house: Repeat No. 3 “Where Do We Go From Here?
  9. Officer walks up: “The American Guard” by Bergh
  10. Go on in, if that egg kills you: “Razzing Theme” by Rapee
  11. Anna appears: Repeat Anna Theme No. 6
  12. The Army: Burlesque on “How Dry I Am” by Kempinski
  13. Flash-back to Anna and John: Repeat Anna Theme No. 6
  14. Anna walks from house: “Following You Around” by Kahn
  15. John starts to play sausages and sing: “Love Me and the World is Mine” by Ball
  16. Anna starts for home: “Ain’t She Sweet?” by Ager
  17. Come on Buddy: SERGEANT THEME – “Down By the Winegar Woiks” by Donovan
  18. He kisses Hulda: “Gigue” by Bradford
  19. Flash to boys at bar drinking: “Sweet Adeline”
  20. Two boys stagger from bar room: “Two In a Bar” by Copping
  21. Sergeant appears: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  22. Hulda joins hum at table: Repeat Hulda theme No. 7
  23. Hulda face close-up – changes expression: ‘Mal de Mer” by Lange
  24. Hulda on street – slow motion: “Yip-I-Addy-I-Aye”
  25. Citizens see her queer actions: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  26. Flash-back to Hulda: Repeat No. 23 “Mal de Mer”
  27. Insert – announcement: “La Fee Melusine:” by Cas
  28. What right: “Assembly Call”
  29. Commanding officer appears: “The Big Parade” by Axt
  30. Anna in room dressing: Repeat Anna theme No. 6
  31. Sergeant appears: Repeat Sergeant theme No. 17
  32. Hulda appears: “It Had to Be You” by Jones
  33. Sergeant Butts: “Repeat No. 29 “The Big Parade”
  34. Flash-back to Anna and John: Repeat Anna theme No. 6
  35. Hartmann appears: “Chatter” by Kahn
  36. John sees statuette on mantel: “Nibelungen March” by Wagner
  37. Bugle sounds assembly: Repeat No. 28 “Assembly Call”
  38. Exterior – soldiers gathering: “National Emblem March” by Bagley
  39. Hartmann drags Anna from scene: “Gossip” by Borch
  40. John greeted by his buddies: “My Buddy” by Donaldson
  41. Night scene – John in garden: “Whispering Flowers” by Von Blon
  42. Anna meets John in garden: Repeat Anna theme No. 6
  43. Hartmann and committee: Repeat No. 36 “Nibelungen March”
  44. Men leave house – peek over fence: “Animal Cartoonix No. 2” by Aborn
  45. Sergeant appears: Repeat Sergeant theme No. 17
  46. Sergeant embraces Anna: “Camorra” by Joels
  47. Scissors handed to Hartmann: “Berceuse” by Jarnefelt
  48. Anna in boudoir weeping – opens present: Repeat Anna theme No. 6
  49. Hartmann and Anna with officer: Repeat No. 29 “The Big Parade”
  50. The next morning: “Ain’t We Got Fun” by Whiting
  51. Hulda enters Anna’s boudoir: “Intermezzo Perpetual” by Lowitz
  52. Hulda in bridal gown: Burlesque on “Mendelssohn’s and Wagner’s Wedding March” by Kempinski
  53. Flash-back to boys: “Gigue” by Gretry-Mottl
  54. Flash-back to wedding ceremony: Burlesque on “Mendelssohn’s and Wagner’s Wedding March” by Kempinski
  55. Boys rush into room and kidnap bride: “Aeroplane Galop” by Lamothe
  56. Sergeant lifts bride’s veil: Repeat Hulda theme No. 7
  57. Johnny, please don’t hit me: Repeat Anna theme No.6

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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