Romance of the Underworld

Title: Romance of the Underworld

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At Screening: THEME “Judy” by Norman
  2. Florist Sign Seen: “Forsaken” by Scholz
  3. Lady Leaves Florist Shop: “Auld Lang Syne” by Seredy (One Strain)

SEGUE: “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” by McHugh

  1. “Evening Star Club” Door Seen: “Here’s That Party Now In Person” by Ager
  2. Tell Him Derby Dan: “Red Hot Momma” by Rose
  3. Where’s Judy: “Good News” by Henderson
  4. Derby Dan Sits Down At Table With Judy: “Dramatic Tension” by Luscomb
  5. Old Man Seen At Table With Girls: “The Big Butter and Egg Man” by Friend
  6. Flash-Back To Derby Dan and Judy At Table: “Disperazione” by Gabriel Marie
  7. Judy Walks Over To Bar: Repeat No.8 “Big Butter and Egg Man”
  8. Why Play With That: Repeat No.5 “Red Hot Momma”
  9. I’m Taking No Chances: “Jazz Agitato No.1” by Carbonara
  10. I’m Through With This: “Protestation” by Kay
  11. Rolling Doors Are Drawn Together: “Are We Downhearted? No!” by Davis
  12. Close-Up of Three Faces: “Ten Little Miles From Town” by Kahn
  13. Dance Is Over: “Two In A Bar” by Copping
  14. I’ve Been Robbed: “Astir” by Berge
  15. Detective Calls Dan Over To Him: “Stalking the Prey” by Kempinski
  16. Detective Enters Evening Star Club: “Second Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  17. “Champagne Joe” Takes Wallet Out of His Pocket: “A Mysterious Fable” by Juon
  18. Detective Empties Champagne Bottle: “A Prohibition Episode” by Aborn
  19. What’re You Doing: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  20. Girl Leaves Club Room—starts Crying: “A Tender Thought” by Granfield
  21. Insert—“Help Wanted” Bulletin: “Iris” by Reynard
  22. Change of Scene To Restaurant: “Hustle-Bustle” by Delille
  23. Fade-Out of Judy Picking Up Tip from Table: Repeat No.4 “Here’s That Party”
  24. Door of “Eastern Importing and Exporting Co.” Seen: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  25. Young Man Overturns Vase On Desk: Repeat Theme No.1
  26. A New Secretary: “Frivolous Coquette” by Kempinski
  27. Change of Scene to Cabaret: Repeat Theme No.1
  28. Change of Scene to Courtroom: “Symphonic Incidentals No.13” by Marquardt
  29. I’m Awful Glad For You: “Rosemary” by Reynard
  30. Change of Scene To Home: Repeat Theme No.1
  31. Judy Walks Away From Husband: “Dainty Miss” by Barnes
  32. Judy and Husband Leave Child’s Room: Repeat Theme No.1
  33. Close-Up Of Man Reading Newspaper; “Snake in the Grass” by Srawley
  34. Judy Sees Derby Dan: “Love Tragedy” by Savino
  35. After Derby Dan Leaves: “Prelude” by Rachmoninoff (Play subdued)
  36. Close-Up of Shoes Being Shined: “Emotional Agitato” by Savino
  37. Ransom Leaves Detective: “Chansonnette” by Huerter
  38. Close-Up of Door of Evening Star Club: “Fleeting Shadows” by Weiss
  39. Change of Scene to Apartment: Repeat No.5 “Red Hot Momma”
  40. Did You Think I’d Be: “Ferocity” by Carrozzini
  41. Detective Seen In Coroner’s Office: “A Mysterious Event” by Zamecnik
  42. “Champagne Joe” Seen Walking Upstairs: “Tense Misterioso” by Berge
  43. You’re A Great Pal: “Vengeance” by Baron
  44. Change of Scene Back To Coroner’s Office: “Contrapuntal Misterioso” by Schad
  45. Judy Seen In Home: Repeat Theme No.1
  46. Just A Minute Dear: “Exultation” by Hosmer
  47. Detective Leaves Judy: “A Perfect Day” by Bond

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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