Spoilers of the West

Title: Spoilers of the West

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At Screening: “Deer Dance” by Skilton (DARK GREEN)
  2. Wyoming: “War Dance” by Skilton (BROWN)
  3. In Effort To Prevent The Threatened War: Repeat No.1 (DARK GREEN)
  4. Glad You Thought Of Him, Custer: “Roller Coaster” by Schertzinger
  5. If He Handles Indians: Repeat No.1 (DARK GREEN)
  6. Indians Leave Room: “Songe d’Amour” by Sanderson
  7. Fade-Out After Title: “BY GAD”: “Indian War Dance” by Bellstedt
  8. For The Next Twenty-Nine Days: “Cupid and Butterfly” by d’Albert
  9. And At Some Ranches: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (DARK BLUE)
  10. After Fight: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (RED)
  11. Sign Is Torn off Post: “Zip” by Frey
  12. Man Lassoed And Pulled Off Horse: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  13. Lieutenant and Girl Begin To Laugh: “Dainty Blossoms” by Kahn
  14. I’m Sorry: Repeat No.12 (WHITE)
  15. Girl Mounts Horse: “Hurry No.25” by Lake (Open “P”)
  16. Much Obliged: “La Flamme” by Evelyn
  17. Lieutenant Walks Into Stockade: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (RED)
  18. Hey Squaw: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  19. Is The Boss: Repeat No.17 (RED)
  20. Fight: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (DARK BLUE)
  21. End of Fight—Man Handcuffed: “Song Without Words” by Rebikoff
  22. Fade After Lieutenant Walks Out of Stockade Carrying Man: “Elegie” by Lubomirsky
  23. Lieutenant Raps On Girl’s Room Door: “Passing of Summer” by Parker
  24. Lieutenant, I Thought You Were A Gentleman: Repeat No.18 (WHITE)
  25. Lieutenant Begins To Follow Girl: Repeat No.20 (DARK BLUE)
  26. Messenger Leaves Room: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  27. The Last Hour: “Deer Dance” by Skilton (DARK GREEN)
  28. If You Come: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (RED)
  29. Shot: Repeat No.20 (DARK BLUE)
  30. The White Soldier Has Failed: “Sun Dance” by Friedman
  31. Wounded Lieutenant Shows: Repeat No.26 (WHITE)
  32. I Got To Move Them Today: “Indian Orgy” by Rapee-Axt
  33. Indians See Soldiers: “Agitato (B)” by Langey
  34. Red Cloud Is Changing: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)
  35. Do You Love Him: Repeat No.28 (RED)
  36. Man With Girl Holds Up Hands: “Appassionato Lirico” by Berge
  37. He’s A Real Man: “Incid. Symphony No.34” by Kempinski
  38. Lieutenant Stops Indians: “Deer Dance” by Skilton (DARK GREEN)
  39. The Sun is Set: “Air Mail Galop” by Tremblay
  40. Lieutenant, We Surrender: Repeat No.34 (WHITE)
  41. Fade After Title “YOU SHALL NOT BE HARMED”: Repeat No.38 (DARK GREEN)
  42. Lieutenant, Bring Your Prisoner: “Symphonic Color Classic No.3” by Schoenfeld (WHITE)

Proper rest period is Nos. 21 to 31 inclusive.

NOTE: The repetition of numbers in this cue sheet is simplified by the use of the “LUZ” SYMPHONIC COLOR GUIDE, sold by Music Buyers Corporation, 1520 Broadway, New York City. The color suggested for repetition of numbers designates the Mood or Emotion, and is used as a code for such repetitions.

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: n7ZwnxFVsi

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