Baby Cyclone

Title: Baby Cyclone

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At screening: “Budding Blossoms” by Schoenfeld
  2. Good old Sandy: “Love’s Voyage” by Barrett
  3. Cody puts dog out of window: “Scherzo Silhouette” by Marquardt (RED)
  4. Goodbye: “Alice” by Hauenschild
  5. Shut up and you can carry home an elephant: “Star Eyes” by Evans
  6. Fade-out of girl on street screaming: “Just Another Light” by Donaldson
  7. Fade-out of telephoning scenes: “Captain Cupid” by Bratton
  8. Play once and segue: “Alluring Coquetry” by Baron
  9. Fade as man falls over park bench: “Flirtation” by Cross
  10. Cody gets ready to bathe dog: “Lunita” by Loraine
  11. Lew Cody falls over coal pile: Repeat No. 3 (RED)
  12. I see you hiding there: “Lovelight” by Adams
  13. Lew Cody seen standing on street: Repeat No. 3 (RED)
  14. Who ever said: “Thrills” by Sanders (LT. BLUE)
  15. Close-up of detective after Aileen Pringle goes off screen: “On the Mountain” by Frommel
  16. Somebody has separated you from your brains: Repeat No. 3 (RED)
  17. Your fiancé is untrue to you: Repeat No. 14 (LT. BLUE)
  18. Don’t weaken: Repeat No. 3 (RED)
  19. What’s this all about: “Thrills” by Sanders (LT. BLUE)
  20. Certainly I am gonna take you: “Great Snakes” by Reeves
  21. Play once and segue: “Two In a Bar” by Copping
  22. Play once and segue: “Staggering Uncertainty” by Lakay
  23. Stop with effects as electric light globe bursts: “Un Pensee Tendre” by Cazabon
  24. Men on floor get up: “Spring Fancies” by Marquardt
  25. Dog put out in hall: “Misterioso No. 1” by Langey
  26. Girl in bed touches burglar’s head: Repeat No. 3 (RED)
  27. I’ll let you escape: “A Remembered Kiss” by Vannah
  28. Just married: “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn
  29. Bride throws bouquet back to bridesmaid: Repeat No. 6 “Just Another Night”

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos. 13 to 19 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


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