Heading for Danger

Title: Heading for Danger

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 “La Rosita” by Zamecknik

  1. At Screening: “Mystic Glades” by Kempinski
  2. At the Marshall Home: “Moorings” by Bradford
  3. Flash Back to Jerry: “Mystic Glades” by Kempinski
  4. Insert “Jimmy Marshall’s Big Score”: “Around the Sundial” by Castillo
  5. Manuel Appears: “Harbanera ‘Natoma’” by Herbert
  6. Somewhere Along the Border: “Conspiracy” by Zamecnik
  7. Jimmy Appears in Fliver: “Humoreske” by Herrmann
  8. A Detachment of Rurals: “Don Jose” by Zamecnik
  9. Rurals See Thorpe and Pursue Him: “Sarabunde Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  10. Thorp Stops in Front of Jimmy: “The Captive” by Savino
  11. Rurals See Jimmy in Black Costume: “Pursuite” by Gabriel Marie
  12. The Ramirez Hacienda: THEME “La Rosita” by Zamecknik
  13. Flash Back to Exterior: “Ruy Blas” by Mendelssohn
  14. Viola Appears at Window: THEME “La Rosita” by Zamecknik
  15. Who Are You: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  16. Thorpe Appears at Window: “Suspicions” by Baron
  17. I’ll Never Marry You: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  18. A Forest Retreat: “Shadowed” by Zamecnik
  19. Romance: THEME “La Rosita” by Zamecknik
  20. Thorpe Appears on Horse: “Athalia” by Mendelssohn
  21. Jimmy Out of Window: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  22. Early Next Morning: “Estrellita” by Ponce
  23. That’s the Kid: “Amorita” by Zamecnik
  24. Argument Starts: “Allegro Precipitoso” by Savino
  25. Thorpe Forced Me: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  26. Viola Appears on Horse: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  27. Jimmy Grabs Guard: “Ruy Blas” by Mendelssohn
  28. Exit of Fencing Master: “Coriolan” by Beethoven
  29. Jimmy Throws Body Into Thorps Arms: “Hurry No.33” by Minot
  30. Viola Confronts Thorpe: “L’Epouvante” by Tremisot
  31. Thorpe Mounts Horse: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  32. Thorpe and Jimmy Fall From Horses: “Allegro Vigoroso” by Stahlberg

Son You’ve Surprised Me: THEME “La Rosita” by Zamecknik

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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