Captain Swagger

Title: Captain Swagger

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: “Prelude” by Jarnefelt
  2. In 1917: “Razzing Theme” by Rapee
  3. And what have you done: HUGH THEME – “The Joker” by Srawley
  4. Interior – soldier dancing: “Pastime” by Clutsam
  5. Phil enters – they perform Russian dance: “Russian March” by Olsen
  6. Officer appears on balcony: “French National Defile March” by Turlet
  7. Planes appear in sky: “Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Mendelssohn
  8. After crash: “Stormy moments” by Bierman
  9. Hugh takes off in plane: “Air Flight” by Zamecnik
  10. 1928 for High: Repeat Hugh Theme No. 3
  11. Night scene on lonely road: “Le Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  12. They hear motorcycle approaching: “Vivacity” by Conterno
  13. Hugh and girl enter apartment: “Flapperette” by Greer
  14. Hugh shows Sue hotel letter: “Shannon River” by Friml
  15. Hugh enters again with overcoat on: LOVE THEME – “In a Little Love-Nest” by Tucker
  16. Wrecked auto at curb: Repeat Hugh Theme No. 3
  17. Flash-back to Sue in bed: “Berceuse” by Preston
  18. Morning: “Scherzo Misterioso” by Beghon
  19. Hugh leaves room—enters pawn shop: “Beatitude” by Breil
  20. Baron recognizes gun: “Pals of Long Ago” by Gunsky
  21. Flash to café: Repeat Love Theme No. 15
  22. I’m going to find a job: “Canzonetta” by Carrozzini
  23. Louis you must give: ‘Speedy Boy” by Greer
  24. Sue starts to dance: “Crazy Words – Crazy Tune” by Ager (piano solo)
  25. She stops dancing: “Mystic Magic” by Bradford
  26. Chorus resumes rehearsal: Repeat No. 5 “Russian March”
  27. Phil enters: “Rendez-vous d’Amour” by Edwards
  28. Cars driving up to café: “Nymphs Frolic” by Bradford
  29. Curtains open: “Whispering Flowers” by Von Blon
  30. Start dance: Repeat No. 5 “Russian March”
  31. General dancing starts: “Cinnamon Cake” by Zoeller
  32. Do you intend to keep those: “Dramatic Finale” by Smith
  33. Hugh leaves dressing room: “Sugar Foot Strut” by Pierce
  34. I want you to drop that old fluff: “Le Reve de l’Apache” by Donaldson
  35. Bandit appears on balcony: “Turbulent Waters” by Jacquet
  36. Enter waiting car: “Panic” by Varnier
  37. They enter cabaret joint: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  38. Hugh and Baron enter apartment: Repeat No. 20 “Pals of Long Ago”
  39. Bell rings – She enters: “Love Triumphant” by Joels
  40. Baron appears: “A Merry March” by Roland
  41. Phil and girl on sidewalk enter auto: Repeat Love Theme No. 15

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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