Title: Outcast

Author: Eugene Conte

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Eugene Conte

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Mosso con Impeto” by Savino
  2. San Francisco: “Emotional Climax” by Becce
  3. Close-Up of Window—Man Roasting Chickens: “Polichinelle” by Rachmoninoff
  4. Insert—To My Dearest: “Sobbing” by Baron
  5. Two Men Enter Room: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  6. Exterior—Street Scene: “Allegro Buffonesco” by Kempinski
  7. Miriam Enters Room: “Ambling Along” by Axt
  8. After Two Men Leave: “Rosette” by Claypoole
  9. Miriam: “Grotesque Comedy” by Zamecnik
  10. Street Scene: “Wedding March from ‘Lohengrin’” by Wagner
  11. Miriam and Jeffrey Walk Down Aisle of Church: “O Promise Me” by DeKoven
  12. Close-Up Of Man At Organ Playing: “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn
  13. Jeffrey Stops Bridal Procession: “Prelude Dramatique” by Porret
  14. Interior of Street Car: “Forgive Me” by Ager
  15. Well, I Was Only A Poor: “A Gay Lothario” by Bierman
  16. Fade-Back To Trolley Car: “The Mischief Makers” by Carbonara
  17. Fourteen Nickels Later: THEME ”Another Kiss” by Schertzinger
  18. With The Coming: “Le Chavalier Printemps” by Jacquet
  19. Jeffrey Enters: Repeat Theme No.17
  20. Close-Up of Hand on Auto Horn: “Melodie” by Huerter
  21. Maid Sits Down At Dinner Table: “Paragraphs” by Fall
  22. Jeffrey Enters: “It Must Be Love” by Archer

NOTE: Play as a ballad.

  1. Hotel Lobby: “If You Don’t Love Me” by Ager
  2. End of Dance—People Applaud: Pause
  3. Dancing Starts Again: “The Girl In Your Arms” by Archer
  4. Orchestra Stops: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  5. Jeffrey Sits At Table—Speaks To Miriam: Repeat No.5 “Adventure d’Amour”
  6. Cooks Parade In With Trays: “The Jesters” by Carbonara
  7. Happy New Year: “Auld Lang Syne”

SEGUE: “Joyous Appassionato” by Carbonara

  1. January First: “Canzone d’Amour” by Lowitz
  2. Miriam Opens Door—Sees Jeffrey and Valentine: “Appassionato No.2” by Tyson
  3. Jeffrey Enters: “Pangs of Love” by Carrozzini
  4. Miriam, You Have Always Been: “Forsaken” by Scholz
  5. Jeffrey Leaves: “Broken Hearted” by Henderson

NOTE: Play “PP” strings only—very slow.

  1. Change to Jeffrey: Repeat No.18 “Le Chevalier Printemps”
  2. Change to Miriam: Repeat No.34 “Broken Hearted”
  3. Close-Up of Phonograph: “Hello Montreal” by Warren
  4. Three Men Singing: “Sweet Adeline from ‘Old Timers’” by Lake
  5. Change to Miriam: Repeat No.20 “Melodie”
  6. Close-Up of Dancing Feet: “Who Wouldn’t Be Blue?” by Davis
  7. Man Enters Miriam’s Room: “Appassionato in A Minor” by Savino
  8. Miriam In Street—Faints: “Souvenir” by Herbert
  9. Jeffrey and Valentine Seen: Repeat No.18 “Le Chevalier Printemps”
  10. Insert—Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sherwood: “Chastity” by Kay
  11. Knock On Door: “Melancholic Appassionato” by Rapee
  12. Where Are You Going?: “Andante Tragico” by Levenson
  13. Miriam Re-Enters: Repeat Theme No.17

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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