Street Angel

Title: Street Angel

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At Screening: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  2. Everywhere—In Every: “Moonlight In Naples” by Marquardt
  3. Thief! Circus Vagabond: “Gigue” by Bradford
  4. After Police Leave: Repeat No.2 “Moonlight In Naples”
  5. Doctor Seen In Home: “Nocturne” by Krzazanowski
  6. Girl Leaves Mother: “Nuit Napolitaine” by Duchatel
  7. Girl Is Arrested: “Capriccio Italienne” by Tschaikowsky (From No.1)
  8. Girl Starts To Run Away: “Commotion” by Conterno
  9. Girl Returns Homes: “Pathetic Melody” by Borch
  10. Girl Sees Police Through Window: “Fuga” by Gabriel Marie
  11. Officer Comes Over To Circus Man: “Carneval Revels” by Egener
  12. Close-Up of Picture On Drum: Repeat Theme No.1
  13. Dancer Is Brought Out On Ballyhoo Stand: “A Frangesa” by Costa
  14. Girl Walks Over To Painter: “Tarantella” by Bohm
  15. Girl Goes Back To Circus Ballyhoo Stand: Repeat No.13 “A Frangesa”
  16. Circus Preparing To Leave: “A Gondola Love Song” by Olsen
  17. Angela Starts To Drive Circus Wagon: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee (Verse)
  18. Fade-In To Artist’s Easel: “Forget-Me-Not” by Macbeth
  19. Painter Starts To Whistle: “O Sole Mio” by di Capua
  20. You Make It Hard For Me: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  21. Fade-In To Crowd: “Hidden Charms” by Mosay
  22. Painting Seen: Repeat Theme No.20
  23. Angela Leaves Painter: Repeat No.13 “A Frangesa”
  24. Painter Starts To Whistle: []
  25. Angela Sees Policeman: “Uneasiness” by Borch
  26. Painter Seen Carrying Angela: “Santa Lucia” by Ward
  27. Fade-In To Angela Putting On Shoes: “Gondoliera” by Moszkowski
  28. A Great Bargain: “Chanson Napolitaine” by Boisdeffre
  29. Painter Buys Flower: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  30. Tradesmen Approach Painter: “Gigue” by Bradford
  31. Painter Enters Home: Repeat Theme No.20
  32. But The Food, Gino: “Chanson Italienne” by Drigo
  33. Angela Leaves House: “Love’s Splendor” by Baron
  34. Angela Returns Home: Repeat Theme No.20
  35. Two Policemen Seen: “Suspicions” by Baron
  36. Angela And Lover Seen: “Loves Fantasy” by Frommel
  37. It Was More Than A Painting: “Ave Maria” by Gounod
  38. Now That It Is Gone: Repeat Theme No.20
  39. Street Singers Seen: Repeat No.19 “O Sole Mio”
  40. Police Seen: “Suspicions” by Baron (After Introd.)
  41. Painter Draws Curtain Up: “Affection” by Berge
  42. Couple Seen In Hallway: “Carissima” by Penn
  43. Angela and Painter Seen On Stairway: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  44. Change of Scene To Painter In His Room: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee (Verse)
  45. Painter Starts To Whistle: “O Sole Mio” by di Capua
  46. Change of Scene To Two Men With Portrait: “Serenade Italienne” by Czibulka
  47. Fade-Out On Portrait: “Serenata” by Tarenghi (Strings Only)
  48. Painter Lifts Angela On Chair: Repeat Theme No.43
  49. Knock On Door: Orchestra Tacet
  50. Policeman Grabs Angela’s Arm: “Second Love Tragedy” by Savino
  51. Angela Leaves Policeman: “Remembrance” by Birkedal-Bariod
  52. Drink To The Future: Repeat Theme No.43
  53. Policeman Seen Pacing: Repeat No.40 “Suspicions”
  54. Angela Seen Sitting At Table: Repeat No.47 “Serenata” (Strings Only)
  55. This Is Just The Beginning: Repeat Theme No.43
  56. It Is Time To Say Goodnight: “Appassionato Patetico” by Bradford
  57. Angela Falls At Lover’s Feet: Repeat Theme No.43
  58. Angela Seen With Policeman: “O Sole Mio” by di Capua (Verse)
  59. Portrait Painter Seen: Repeat No.37 “Ave Maria”—Chimes Effect
  60. Change of Scene To Jail: “Capriccio Italienne” by Tschaikowsky
  61. Change Of Scene To Lover: “A Gondola Love Song” by Olsen (After Introd.)
  62. Lover Enters Empty Room: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee
  63. Line-Up Of Girls: Repeat No.45 “O Sole Mio”
  64. Change of Scene To Two Men: “La Voix des Cloches” by Luigini
  65. Change of Scene To Angela: “Chastity” by Kay
  66. People Seen Looking At Portrait: Repeat No.37 “Ave Maria”
  67. Change of Scene To Prison: Repeat No.60 “Capriccio Italienne”
  68. Change of Scene To Theatre Lobby: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  69. Angela Sees Name of Roberti On Picture: “In Despair” by Berge
  70. Change of Scene To Café: Repeat No.50 “Second Love Tragedy”
  71. Change of Scene To Angela Looking Through Window: “Heartaches” by Pasternack
  72. Change of Scene To Café: “Despondency” by Williams
  73. Painter Leaves Table: “Darkness” by Brunelli
  74. Painter Sees Angela At Wharf: “Camorra” by Joels
  75. Bible Falls: Short Pause, then repeat No.37 “Ave Maria”
  76. To Think That I Painted: THEME “Angela Mia” by Rapee

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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