The Devil’s Skipper

Title: The Devil’s Skipper

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: “Overture Italienne” by Zereo
  2. Angola, an ulcer on South Atlantic: “Au Desert” by Grandjean
  3. The devil’s ship: SHIP THEME – “Storm” by Eggert
  4. Flash-back to Angola street scene: “La Fete au Desert” from Suite Mauresque by Dargel
  5. Flash-back to ship: Repeat Ship Theme No. 3
  6. This son of a monkey: SKIPPER THEME – “The Captain” by Savino
  7. Deck of ship: “Fun on Deck” by Howgill
  8. Skipper with monkey: “Animal Cartoonix No. 2” by Aborn
  9. Mate enters cabin: Repeat Skipper Theme No. 6
  10. Fade-in vision: “Mignonette” by Jackson
  11. Child in crib: “Slumber Boat” by Gaynor
  12. Philip: “Wedding Morn” by Luscomb
  13. Tonight Marie: “Autumn Voices” by Bassett
  14. Then: “Nymphs Frolic” by Bradford
  15. Men enter room: “Hurry No. 3” by Zamecnik
  16. Flash-back to cabin: Repeat Skipper Theme No. 6
  17. Deck of ship: “Leaving Port” by Howgill
  18. New Orleans: “The Coquette” by Johnstone
  19. Are you Monsieur le Farge: “Your Love is All” by Zamecnik
  20. Le Farge and mate talking in carriage: “Diabolical Allegro” by Bergunker
  21. Flash on ship: “Silent Night” by Rebikov
  22. Le Farge confronts skipper: Repeat Skipper Theme No.6
  23. Skipper and Le Farge enter hold: “The Toilers” by Axt
  24. They appear on deck again: “Le Rouet d’Omphale” by Saint Saens
  25. Put the lad and girl in irons: “Recitative Heroique” by Rapee
  26. I was a silly girl: “Love Tragedy” by Savino
  27. Among the derelicts: “The Rebellion” by Paton
  28. Tell me before you die: “Moderato (Love Theme)” by Savino
  29. Sailors winding windless: Repeat No. 23 “The Toilers”
  30. Flash to deck: “Uproar” by Neinass
  31. Marie, for God’s sake: “Hopeless” by Neinass
  32. Marie stabbed: “Adriana Lecouvreur” by Cilea
  33. Le Farge at Marie’s bedside: “Lamento” from Pique Dame by Tschaikowsky
  34. Mate leaves cabin – pursues sailor: “Dante’s Inferno” by Borch
  35. Flash-back to Marie: “Tragic Andante” by Sibelius
  36. You’ve been awfully good to me: “Adagio Pathetique” by Godard

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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