The Warning

Title: The Warning

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: “Sounds of England” by Langey
  2. Sir James Gordon: “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky
  3. Number Twenty-Four Covered: “Dramatic Suspense” by Vrionides
  4. Mary Blake: “Destiny’s Call” by Jacquet
  5. Captain Tom Jordon: “Ye Bold Buccaneer” by Copping
  6. London Charlie: “Hunkatin” by Levy
  7. You’ll Need These, Charlie: Repeat No.5 “Ye Bold Buccaneer”
  8. Jordan Leaves Room—Re-Enters By Other Door: “Second Misetrioso a la Valse” by Savino
  9. Wu Fang Says: “Silent Night” by Rebikov
  10. Charlie Enters Cellar: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  11. There’s Something You’ll Never Get: “Defense of Honor” by Zamecnik
  12. Someone Is Apt To Be Ugly: “Allegro Precipitoso” by Savino
  13. Get Away From That Door: “Mysterious Furioso” by Langey
  14. Now Beautiful, Get Out: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  15. Wu Fang, Leader of the Gang: “Dramatic Allegro” by Savino
  16. Forgive Me Old Dear: “Diabolical Allegro” by Bergunker
  17. Better Get The Stuff Out of the Cellar: “Cryptic Shadows” by BEcce
  18. The Oriental Hotel: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesek
  19. Jordan Appears In Doorway: “The Captive” by Savino
  20. Mary’s Zeal To Capture: “Marche Mysterieuse” by Schad
  21. That Night At One of the Secret Entrances: “Treacherous Knave” by Zamecnik
  22. The Ancient Chamber: “Anticipation of Danger” by Becce
  23. You’d Be All Right Charlie: Repeat No.5 “Ye Bold Buccaneer”
  24. Mary and Spy Enter: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  25. Spy Hails Gang From Top of Stairs; “Tragic Andante” by Savino
  26. Your Twenty Four: “Implorations of Neptune” by Massenet
  27. Shooting Starts: “Storm and Fire” by Gentil
  28. Police Headquarters: “Cup of Bitterness” by Zamecnik
  29. In A Hong Kong Hospital: “Remorse” by Zamecnik
  30. You’ve Seen A Good Deal of The Prisoner: “Hearts of Oak ‘Sounds from England’” by Langey
  31. You See, I Know: “The Song Is Ended” by Berlin

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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