Code of the Scarlet

Title: Code of the Scarlet

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: “Laurentian March” by Laurendeau
  2. In a remote stretch: “Cryptic Shadows” by Becce
  3. Across the lake: “Suspicious” by Baron
  4. And into this region: “Land of the Maple” by Laurendeau
  5. Helen Morgan: “Will O’ the Wisp” by Johnson
  6. Outlaws hiding in underbrush: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  7. They fire at officers: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  8. Bruce assists Helen from wagon: “Chatter” by Kahn
  9. Stranger and prisoner on hill: “The Mystic Rover” by Berge
  10. Caribau Flats: “The Jovial Rogue” by Bradford
  11. The Mounties: “Gigue” by Bradford
  12. Paddy drags prisoner from wagon: “The Captive” by Savino
  13. Stranger back of trees listening: “Mysterious Stranger” by Kay
  14. Night scene—Natives gathering for dance: “French Canadian Airs” by Harris
  15. Music starts: “Essence” from Theatrical Budget by DeWitt
  16. Close-up of Helen: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  17. Perhaps we’d better go: “Much Ado About Nothing” by Srawley
  18. Choose your partners: “Just One More Day” by Mahoney
  19. I’m afraid I’m more tired: “Agitato Pathetic” by Kilenyi
  20. Paddy in room: “Allegro Scherzando” by Frey
  21. Saloon: “Tragic Andante” by Savino
  22. Stranger enters: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  23. Here’s a shot to the mounties: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesek
  24. Paddy enters wrapped in blanket: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford
  25. Take him to jail: “In the Clutches of the Law” by Jacquet
  26. Bruce leaves room: “The Plot Thickens” by Srawley
  27. Weeks passed: “Laurentian March” by Laurendeau
  28. Helen alone in cabin: THEME – “Rosemary” by Zamecnik
  29. Stranger enters room: “Disturbance” by Zamecnik
  30. Doctor enters room: “Love Triumphant” by Joels
  31. Insert – “Following a fair and impartial trial”: “Scene d’Amour” by Baron
  32. Outlaws on shore of lake: “Sarcasm” by Kempinski
  33. Bruce enters room: Repeat No. 23 “Rhythmic Misterioso”
  34. Bruce looks through parted curtains: “Mystere Oppressant” by Gabriel Marie
  35. Fires at lamp: Ferocity” by Carozzini
  36. There he goes: “Furieuse Poursuite” by Gabriel Marie
  37. Flash to Helen and stranger: “Elegie and Appassionato” by Savino
  38. Bruce enters cabin: “Furioso No. 4” by Bergunker
  39. Patrol leaves cabin – into canoes: “L’Abime” by Franceschi
  40. Paddy and lady friend: “Laces and Graces” by Salzer
  41. Now that your brother is clear: Repeat Theme No. 28

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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