White Shadows in the South Seas

Title: White Shadows in the South Seas

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (Play RED once—WHITE to cue)
  2. But The White man: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (LT. GREEN)
  3. Sebastian: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (RED)
  4. Catch Me A Bigger Pearl: “The Shark Dance” by Schoenfeld (YELLOW)
  5. After Dancer Shows Man: “Nocturne” by Crist
  6. You’ve Wrecked Their Bodies: “Wai-Loa” by Schoenfeld
  7. The Peril Of: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (DK. BLUE)
  8. Two Divers Get Back Into Boat: “Pathetique No.9” by Norton
  9. Man With Collapsed Lungs Being Rescued From Water: Repeat DK. BLUE
  10. Get Back To Work; Repeat RED
  11. Native Carried From Scene: Repeat DK. BLUE
  12. The Ordeal Lasted: “Melody” by Franck
  13. Doctor Comes From house with Towel: Repeat YELLOW
  14. A Strange Ship: “Repentance” by Kempinski
  15. Sure, Everyone Dead: “Emotional Agitato” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  16. Days In, Days Out: “Storm, Tempest” by Schifferl
  17. Fade-Out As Doctor Is Seen On Beach; “Creole Serenade” by Freire
  18. Doctor Swims In: “A South Sea Romance” by Stoughton
  19. Girls Swim Off After Native Girl Awakes: Repeat RED
  20. Doctor Offers To Shake Hands With Native Chief: “In Pensive Mood” by Berge (not slow)
  21. Lomi, Lomi: “Symphonic Color Classic No.4” by Hauenschild (WHITE)
  22. Great Evenets: Repeat YELLOW
  23. Play Once and Segue: “Mo-Ana” by Olsen
  24. The Feasters Were Summoned: Muted Trumpet or Horn
  25. Once Scene: Repeat YELLOW (Hula Drums)
  26. Girl Stops Dancing Before Doctor: Repeat RED (very dramatic)
  27. Can You Not See: Repeat YELLOW
  28. Nights Filled With: Repeat LT. GREEN
  29. Doctor and Girl Go Out In Boat: “My Own Iona” by Gilbert
  30. Native Man Making Basket: Repeat LT. GREEN
  31. Boat Seen: Repeat DK. BLUE
  32. Girl Up In Tree: Repeat WHITE
  33. Interrupt with Alarm on Bamboo Log: Repeat DK. BLUE
  34. Boy Being Held Up By Logs: “Repentance” by Neinass
  35. Doctor Stops Working On Boy: Lamento” by Brockton
  36. Doctor Sees There Is Hope: “Effervescence” by Wolf
  37. After Boy Comes Back To Life: Repeat WHITE
  38. So Matthew Lloyd: “Pekoe Dance” by Tschakoff
  39. Native Fish Hook Seen: “Pathetic Melody’ by Borch
  40. So Across The Sun: Continue No.39
  41. Girl Hides When She Sees Lover: Repeat WHITE
  42. He Was Only A White Man: “Suspicions” by Baron
  43. Fire Burning: “Prelude Satanic” by Kempinski
  44. Girl Seen On Screen: “Fading Flowers” by Kempinski
  45. Matta Loa is Mad: Repeat No.43 “Prelude Satanic”
  46. Girl Seated Before Idol: Repeat No.44 “Fading Flowers”
  47. Doctors Drinking: Repeat DK. BLUE
  48. Stay Back: Repeat RED
  49. Boat Captain Seen In Hatchway: “Spirit of Spring” by Reiser
  50. Boat Captain Takes Pearl From Girl: Repeat DK. BLUE
  51. Boats Land: Repeat RED
  52. You Give Me The Cramps: “Agitato Dramatico” by Fresco
  53. End of Night—Doctor Falls Down: Repeat DK. BLUE
  54. Doctor Walking Off Scene: “Love Romance” by Bruhns
  55. Fade Out of Lovers: “Sorrow” by Macat
  56. One Scene After Title “WHITE SHADOWS”: Repeat YELLOW
  57. After One Dancing Scene: Repeat WHITE

Proper Orchestral Rest Period is Nos. 28 to 40 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 Cornoration. 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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