Chinatown Charlie

Title: Chinatown Charlie

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: BOY THEME – “Charley, My Boy” by Fiorito
  2. Times Square: “My New York” by Berlin
  3. Chuck appears with fingers tied up: “Hunkatin” by Levy
  4. Bus starts off: “Old Timers” by Lake
  5. Elmer misses scare pin: “Sarabande Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  6. Flash-back to Chuck playing accordion: “Old Chestnuts” by Lake
  7. Bus stops at curb: “Hello Cutie” by Friend
  8. Child on street picks up auto horn: “Dolly Dimples” by Alter
  9. The Bowery Mission: “The Bowery” by Old Timers by Lake
  10. Charlie starts to address congregation: Repeat Boy Theme No. 1
  11. Man peeling onions and weeping: “Strawberries” by Kaufman
  12. Now boys, pack up your troubles: “Pack Up Your Troubles” by Chappell
  13. We’ll all join and sing: “Going Up” by Hirsch
  14. Congregation resume seats: “Allegro Scherzando” by Frey
  15. I’ll tell you what’s up: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  16. Chinese Restaurant: “Varsity Drag” by Henderson
  17. Acrobats appear: “The Skyrocket” by Frey
  18. How is Mrs. Glass: GIRL THEME – “Side By Side” by Woods
  19. This ring bears a legend: “Destiny’s Call” by Jacquet
  20. Yellow Face, one of Monk’s gang: “Melodious Agitato” by Lakay
  21. The back room of Monk’s museum: “Who’s Who?” by Morris
  22. Boys revive: “Allegro Misterioso” by Axt
  23. Door opens – Monk standing in doorway: Repeat No. 21 “Who’s Who?”
  24. Annie rapping on door with heel of slipper: “Second Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  25. Take the dame to the Mandarin’s house: “Ondes Mysterieuses” by Franceschi
  26. The Mandarin’s house: “Danse des Mandarins” from Oriental Suite by Berge
  27. Charlies appears on street: “Suspicious” by Baron
  28. Monk says kill the guy: “Mysterioso No. 1” by Kempinski
  29. Chuck rushes into police station: “Allegro Scherzoso No. 1” by Jacquet
  30. Charlie at mirror making up as chinaman: “Chang” by Finck
  31. Chuck on street – pursued by policeman: “Hurry No. 26” by Minot
  32. Charlie dressed as mandarin and Annie: Repeat Boy Theme No. 1
  33. Chinese girl enters and starts fight with Annie: “Gigue” by Bradford
  34. Him Yat, the slave dealer: “Chinatown, My Chinatown” by Schwartz
  35. Slave dealer leaves room: “Ching Chang” by Brooks
  36. Police break into museum: “Flick and Flock” by Patou
  37. Chuck punches watch for wax figure: “Gossip” by Borch
  38. Insert – “I have gone to mandarin’s house”: “Disturbance” by Zamecnik
  39. Don’t worry, darling: “Allegro Perpetuo” by Savino
  40. Charlie opens basket: “Hearts and Flowers” by Tobani
  41. Chuck leaves with mandarin: Repeat Girl Theme No. 18

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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