No Place To Go

Title: No Place To Go

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At Screening: “Dancing Nymphs” by Braine
  2. Night In The Jungle: “Jungle Drums” by Ketelbey
  3. Girl Starts To Dance: “N***** Heaven Blues” by Oppenheimer

NOTE: Play Tom-Tom ad lib throughout entire sequence.

  1. Curtains Close-In: “Someday You’ll Say O.K.” by Donaldson
  2. Dancers Stop On Dance Floor: “Mon Plaisir” by Roberts
  3. Ambrose Playing Bass Violin: “He Knows His Groc’ries” by Breau

NOTE: Play on Bass or imitate on Cello—lower register.

  1. In Due Time: “Our Jackies” by Laurendeau
  2. The South Sea: “Ain’t We Got Fun” by Whiting

NOTE: Play on Bass or imitate on Cello.

  1. It’s After Twelve: “Goodnight Ladies” by Adams
  2. Ambrose Starts To Play Bass Again: “Sweet Adeline” by Lake

NOTE: Play on Bass or imitate on Cello.

  1. He Stops Playing Bass: “Mosquito Parade” by Cortelyou
  2. One O’Clock: “Second Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  3. Flash-Back To Ambrose: “The Hobbledehoy” by Olsen
  4. Flash-Back To Sally and Hayden: Repeat No.12 “Second Misterioso a la Valse”
  5. Ambrose Smoking: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  6. I Hope There’ll Be An Osteopath: “Impression Dramatique” by Bradford
  7. The Next Morning: “Love In Aready” by Wood
  8. Sally Starts Phonograph: “Sa-Lu-Ta” by Donaldson
  9. Hayden, Don’t You Fell Romantic?: Repeat No.5 “Mon Plaisir”
  10. Flash To Yacht: “Scherzando Hurry” by Frey
  11. Breakfast The Zero Hour: “Chatter” by Kahn
  12. It Starts To Rain: “Oh, Didn’t It Rain” by Leonard

NOTE: Storm and rain effects ad lib.

  1. The Only Thing More Capricious: Repeat No.5 “Mon Plaisir”
  2. Uncle and Mother: “Gossip” by Borch
  3. Flash-Back To Sally and Hayden: Repeat No.5 “Mon Plaisir”
  4. You Never Know What’s Over The Hill: Repeat No.2 “Jungle Drums”

NOTE: Tom-Toms ad lib.

  1. Two Cannibals Appear At Sally’s Side: “A Cannibal Carnival” by Levy
  2. So Sorry We Must Be Going: “Fourteen Fathoms Deep” by Lake
  3. Vision of Dance: Repeat No.3 Girl Starts To Dance: “N***** Heaven Blues”

NOTE: Play Tom-Toms ad lib throughout sequence.

  1. They Escape From Dancing Natives: “Dramatic Hurry No.1” by Baron
  2. Yacht Appears: “Pandora” by St. Clair
  3. There’s Only One Way: “Butterfly” by Densmore
  4. So Mrs. Montgomery: “Bridal Chorus” by Wagner

NOTE: Play “PP”—Organ Solo.

  1. Two Japanese Servants Standing At Attention: “Rendez-vous” by Aletter
  2. That’s Fine Now See That You Stay: “Lazy Bones” by Edwards
  3. Hayden Puts On Record—Starts Machine: “I Wonder What’s Become of Sally?” by Ager

NOTE: Thump Piano with both hands against phonograph.

  1. The Next Morning: “Hello Baby” by Whiting
  2. Telephone Rings: “The Woodland Flirt” by Ring-Hager
  3. Phone Rings Second Time—Chainman On Wire: “Otaki” by Bereny
  4. At Midnight: “Twelve O’Clock At Night” by Handman
  5. Hayden Grabs Sally By Arm: “Symphonic Incidentals No.5” by Marquardt
  6. I Wish That Were True: “Broken Hearted” by Henderson
  7. Sally’s Dream of Romance: Repeat No.2 “Jungle Drums”

NOTE: Tom-Tom ad lib throughout sequence.

  1. Sally Rushes From Bedroom: “March Burlesque” by Gillet
  2. Insert—The Robinson Crusoe Roof: “Cute and Cunnin’” by Kempinski
  3. Sally, What Do You See: Repeat No.5 “Mon Plaisir”

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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