Do Your Duty

Title: Do Your Duty

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: “Aurora” by Von der Mehden
  2. Sergeant Tim Maloney: TIME THEME – “A Bit O’Blarney” by Helf
  3. Motor cars crash: “Gigue” by Gretry-Mottl
  4. Tim’s friend, Andy: “Highland Schottisch” by Tobani
  5. Time studied for his promotion: Repeat Time Theme No. 2
  6. Patrolman Danny Sheehan: “The Blarney Stone” by Engleman
  7. Mary Ellen: LOVE THEME – “Roguish Rosie Reilly” by Franklin
  8. Mary Ellen and Danny leave room: Repeat Time Theme No. 2
  9. The baby: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini
  10. Boy sharpening pencil with razor: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford
  11. Children leave room: “Restless Bows” by Srawley
  12. In spite of his family: POLICE THEME – “National Emblem March” by Bagley
  13. Tim enters dark dining room: “What’s the Matter with Father” by Van Alstyne
  14. They all sit at table: “Hail, Hail, the Gang’s All Here” by Lake
  15. Andy appears playing bagpipe: “The Campbells Are Comin’” from From the Highlands by Langey
  16. Flash to children in bed: “Shamrock Waltz” by Tobani
  17. I suggest that we now hear from: “Irish Patrol” by Puerner
  18. It’s a queer world: “Burlesque on Lange’s Flower Song” by Kempinski
  19. Ritzy Dalton and his gang: “The Devil’s Elixir” by Marquardt
  20. Girl starts to scream from window: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  21. Insert – Police Commissioner: “Londonderry Air” by O’Connor
  22. Mary Ellen in bridal gown: Repeat Love Theme No. 7
  23. Tim, you and Mary Ellen: “Bridal Chorus” by Wagner
  24. Here are the pictures: “A Gaelic Dream-Song” by Foulds
  25. Each day Tim became: “Film Theme No. 7” by Roberts
  26. Policeman marching down street: Repeat Police Theme No. 12
  27. One hour before: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  28. Mary Ellen looking at wedding presents: “Intermezzo” by Arensky
  29. Andy appears in hallway with clothes: “A Spooky Adventure” by Pasternack
  30. Thug opens door: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  31. Flash-back to Tim and family: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  32. Isn’t it terrible: “Nellie Kelly I Love You” by Cohan
  33. Flash to thug and girl in room: “Vengeance” by Baron
  34. It’s the gang that framed you: Repeat No. 11 “Restless Bows”
  35. Flash to wedding guests at station house: “A Hot Time” by Beyer
  36. Jewelry store: “Gigue” by Bradford
  37. Gang enter jewelry store: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  38. Tim telephones to police: “A Highland Lad My Love Was Born” by Ascher
  39. Dalton, here’s where you go to jail: Repeat Tim Theme No. 2
  40. Insert – police shield: Repeat Police Theme No. 12
  41. Wedding ceremony: “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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