Captain Careless

Title: Captain Careless

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Cameo Music Co., 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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THEME: “Ain’t That A Grand And Glorious Feeling” by Ager

  1. At screening: “”The Jovial Rogue” by Bradford
  2. But a second love: “Langey’s Flower Song” by Kempinsky
  3. How’s that: “The Two Imps” by Alfred
  4. Ruth Forsythe: “Flapperette” by Mills
  5. Jerry sees Ruth in Ralph’s arm: “I Ain’t Got Nobody” by Graham
  6. If we weren’t leaving: “Cute and Cunning” by Kempinsky
  7. Ruth’s father: “Mignonette” and Jackson
  8. Three weeks after the party sailed: “Reve Affreux” by Andrieu
  9. Jerry speaks to Mr. Forsythe: “Furieux Poursuite” by Gabriel Marie
  10. Don’t worry, we’ve got one more chance: “Commotion” by Minot
  11. Plane takes off: “Air Flight” by Zamecnik
  12. Adrift in the South Seas: “A Contrapuntal Misterioso” by Schad
  13. Natives Appear: “Jungle Dance” by Rapee
  14. We’re low on gas: “Air Flight” by Zamecnik
  15. Flash to natives: “A Cannibal Carnival” by Levy
  16. Flash back to boys in plane: “Storm” by Eggert
  17. The storm passed: “At Dawn” by Delje
  18. Boys start to walk toward jungle: “Smugglers’ Rendezvous” by Beghon
  19. Jerry sees foot print in mud: “Forest Murmurs” by Friml
  20. They see fruit tree: “Flocons de Neige” by Bradford
  21. Six bunches of bananas: “Yes We Have No Bananas” by Silver
  22. Flash to natives: “Cannibal Dance” by Herbert
  23. Natives see strange animal on hilltop: “In the Jungle” by Langey
  24. Boy on top falls: “Agitato No. 1” by Kempinsky
  25. Boys making up as natives: “Jazz Agitato No. 1” by Carbonara
  26. It’s now or never: “The Call for Aid” by Pasternack
  27. Ruth embraces Jerry: “Ain’t That a Grand and Glorious Feeling” by Ager – THEME
  28. Natives beating brush: “Savage Carnival” by Rapee
  29. Ruth and Jerry: “Dramatic Reproach” by Berge
  30. Brace up: “Panic” by Varnier
  31. Flash to ship: “Jack Tar” by Sousa
  32. After second flash of ship: “Disturbance” by Zamecnik
  33. Sailors land from small boat: “Defense of Honor” by Zamecnik
  34. Flash back to natives: “Hurry No. 33” by Minot
  35. On board destroyer: “Laocoon” by Leuschner
  36. Men turn and see Jerry at rail: “Vengeance” by Baron
  37. I’m so glad: “Glorious Feeling” by Ager – THEME

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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