How To Handle Women

Title: How To Handle Women

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: “Le Retour” by Bizet
  2. Len Sits At Table With Beatrice: LEN THEME “Jocoso” by Finck
  3. The New York Planet: “Sarabande Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  4. Beatrice Enters Editor’s Office: “Valse Charme” by Miles
  5. Street Scene: “Mandolinata” by Paladilhe
  6. Beatrice In Office: “Chancson Italienne” by Drigo
  7. In The Afternoon: Repeat Len Theme No.2
  8. Your Highness: “The Tin Solider” by Cui
  9. Len Enters Room: Repeat Len Theme No.2
  10. I Think Your Idea Splendid: “I’m Sitting On Top Of The World” by Henderson
  11. A Few Days Later: “Marionette” by Arndt
  12. Hold The Wire: “Dolly Dimples” by Alter
  13. All Right, Boys: “The Toy Bandit” by Finck
  14. Len Removes Shirt: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  15. It Would Be Two O’Clock: “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” by Jessel
  16. Urn With Peanuts Brought In: “Carmencita Shea” by Densmore
  17. Your Highness, Were You Ever In Love?: “Burlesque on ‘Lange’s Flower Song’” by Kempinski
  18. Beatrice Picks Up Sketch: BEATRICE THEME “Take A Chance With Me” by Dellon
  19. Then The Country Went Peanut Mad: “The Water Bug” by Miles
  20. Show Starts: “The Cossacks” by Frey
  21. Old Fellow Spills Salt: “Happy Go Lucky” by Kaufman
  22. Show Girls Exit: “Henderson Stomp” by Henderson
  23. Beatrice and Len Together: Repeat Beatrice Theme No.18
  24. Your Highness: “Intermezzo” by Arensky
  25. Beatrice In Garden: “Emotional Agitato” by Savino
  26. Would It Mean Anything To You: Repeat Beatrice Theme No.18
  27. Time Passes, Gentlemen: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  28. Now For The Prince: “Sweepstakes” by Varnier
  29. They Enter House: “Hurry No.33” by Minot
  30. I Want You To Sign: Repeat Len Theme No.2
  31. Beatrice Darling: Repeat Beatrice Theme No.18

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: U68gsi9Ltz

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