Beware of Blondes

Title: Beware of Blondes

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: “Flapperette” by Greer
  2. Dark street—man prowling about: “Marche Pittoresque” by Cazabon
  3. Jeffrey Blake: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  4. In the office of John Maitland: “Scherzoso” by Friml
  5. Salesman enters telephone booth: CROOK’S THEME, “Witty Witch” by Finck
  6. The first day out: “Frolic” by Borch
  7. Harry appears on deck: Repeat Crook’s theme No. 5
  8. Salon: “Fiora” by Markush
  9. All right, Mary: “Flocons de Neige” by Bradford
  10. Harry in stateroom: Repeat Crook’s theme No. 5
  11. Flash-back to deck: “Giggles and Chuckles” by Fincks
  12. Harry and pal appear: “Sarcasm” by Kempinski
  13. Ballroom: “Dream Kisses” by Jerome
  14. Fanchon and Harry appear on deck: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  15. Thank you very much: LOVER’S THEME, “All Day Long” by Stanley
  16. What are you doing in my cabin?: “Rushing Waters” by Savino
  17. I happened to overhear: “Marche Mignonne” by Poldini
  18. On a balmy tropical night: Repeat Lover’s theme No. 15
  19. Well, let’s see what the emerald: “Day of Doom” by Joels
  20. The last night on board: “Valse Minore” by Oriental Ballet by Riesenfeld
  21. He drinks champagne: “The Tragic Discovery” by Patou
  22. In dock in Honolulu Harbor: “The Rebelion” by Patou
  23. In Honolulu: “Hawaiiana” by Kaiulaua
  24. He sees Harry on street: “La Foret Perfide” by Gabriel Marie
  25. Headquarters of Crooks: “Agitato No. 1” by Kempinski
  26. Since it is useless: “Warriors Bold” by Joels
  27. Police leave room: “Marche Mysterieuse” by Schad
  28. I told you once, Jeff: “Amorous Adventure” by Bradford
  29. Here’s a wire from the boss: Repeat Lover’s theme No. 15

Source: Carl Braun Collection

SFSMA ID: 26x2J2ukLt

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