Burning Daylight

Title: Burning Daylight

Author: Eugene Conte

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Eugene Conte

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  1. At screening: “Dans la Montagne” by Delsaux
  2. Before the great: “Storm Music” by Ketelbey
  3. Interior of bar-room: “Kowboy Komedy” by Aborn
  4. Hey Virgie: “The Simpleton” by Delille
  5. Exterior: “Chariot Race” by Becce
  6. Daylight, Old Pal: “Weird Scenes from Nature” by Kilenyi
  7. It was burning Daylight: “Western Allegro” by Falck
  8. Fade-out – bottles thrown into barrel: “Nights of Gladness” by Ancliffe
  9. Card game at table: “The Gentleman Burglar” by Jacquet
  10. Daylight shows four queens: Repeat No. 4 “The Simpleton”
  11. The stranger: “The Villain” by Kay
  12. Stranger attacks girl in room: “Gruesome Misterioso” by Borch
  13. Daylight throws stranger into snow bank: Repeat No. 3 “Kowboy Komedy”
  14. Daylight goes to Virgie: “Chant d’Amour” by Jacquet
  15. They called him: “The Blizzard” by Aborn
  16. Sunday morning: “Frozen North” by Rapee-Axt
  17. On Bonanza Creek: “Mystic Glades” by Kempinski
  18. Virginia at door hears conversation: “Marche Mysterieuse” by Schad
  19. Fade-in dance hall: Repeat No. 3 “Kowboy Komedy”
  20. Virginia speaks to Daylight: “Excitement” by Breil
  21. I understand you’re going to: “Tragic Moments” by Becce
  22. The Morton crowd: Repeat No. 4 “The Simpleton”
  23. I want to speak to you alone: “Omens” by Schad
  24. Stranger leaves: “The Philanderer” by Srawley
  25. Daylight’s friends gave him: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  26. Daylight starts speech: “The Joker” by Srawley
  27. Fade-in orchestra: “Moon Sprites” by Jacquet
  28. Close-up – tabasco sauce: “Lazy Bones” by Edwards
  29. Eight faux pas: “Good-Bye” by Tosti
  30. Mister, you sure can: Repeat No. 28 “Lazy Bones”
  31. Edwin Bossett: “Monkey-Hop” by Rapee
  32. Under the guidance: Repeat No. 14 “Chant d’Amour”
  33. Fade-in Pals in outer office: “Daisy Bell” from Old Timers by Lake
  34. Elevator man stops dancers: “Scherzando Hurry” by Frey
  35. Daylight and man match strength: “The Toilers” by Axt
  36. Daylight is overpowered: Repeat No. 4 “The Simpleton”
  37. After Daylight pushes man out of office: “And the Night Raven Sings” by Bedford
  38. Daylight answers phone: “Autumn Gold” by Kappey
  39. Sunday afternoon: “Prelude” to Parlor Comedy by Baron
  40. We’re forming a pool: “Turmoil” by Brunelli
  41. The sudden heavy buying: “A Critical Moment” by Becce
  42. Virginia sees other girl: “Desire” by Siewert
  43. Ward Valley Rose: “Facing Death” by Becce
  44. Insert – newspaper: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  45. Bossett and man in office: “Ominous Moments” by Kempinski
  46. Girl enters: Repeat No. 23 “Omens”
  47. Daylight with bag sees Virginia: Repeat No. 14 “Chant d’Amour”

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: 075V40ujAa

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