The Man Who Laughs

Title: The Man Who Laughs

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series: Greater Thematic Music Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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BARKILPHEDRO THEME: “The Captive” by Savino

LOVE THEME: “Trees” by Rasbach

JOSIANA THEME: “Brise du Soir” by Gillet

QUEEN THEME: “The Great Adventure” by Tours

GWYNPLAINE THEME: “Laugh, Clown, Laugh” by Fiorito

DEA THEME: “Chanson Algerian” by Bradford

Part I

  1. At Screening: “Marie Stuart” by Benoit
  2. 17th Century: “Marche Noble” by Bach
  3. Barkilphedro Enters Through Panel: BARKILPHEDRO THEME
  4. Hood Removed From Prisoner: “Bertrand du Guesclin” by Fauchey
  5. Insert—Boarding Ship—Storm Ragining: “Dans la Tempete” by Andrieu
  6. Child Alone In Snow—Discovers Woman and Baby: “Sur le Rhin” by Fosse
  7. Who Disturbs The Rest of Ursus: “Dans la Montagne” by Fourdrain
  8. Prosperous Years Followed: “Joyous Spirits” by Savino
  9. Insert—“Old Doc Etc.”: “Suspicions” by Baron
  10. You Have A Wonderful Clown: “Mock Morris” by Grainger
  11. Soutwark Fair: “At The Fair from ‘Countryside Suite’” by Coates
  12. Dea and Gwynplaine: LOVE THEME
  13. Crowd Sees Lovers: “Spring Cleaning” by Bradford
  14. Castle Gates: “La Fiancee du Pecheur” by Carel
  15. Barkilphedro Drives Up: BARKILPHEDRO THEME
  16. He Enters Josiana’s Room: JOSIANA THEME
  17. The Scandal Starts: “Penelope’s Garden” by Ancliffe
  18. Insert—“But Lord Clancharlie Has An Heir”: “Rivalite” by Snoek
  19. Musicians Start To Play Again: “Rosamunde Ballet—Part 2” by Schubert
  20. Flash To Fair: “Gigue” by Bradford
  21. Are You The Dr. Hardquanonne?: “On Fuir?” by Gabriel Marie
  22. Flash-Back To Tent: “The Festivities from ‘Romantic Suite’” by Stanley
  23. Crowd Yelling—Lovers In Wagon: LOVE THEME
  24. Josiana On Street With Strangers: “Entr’Act To A Comedy” by Axt
  25. Say We Saw Her First: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  26. Flash-Back To Palace Reception: “Promenade from ‘At The Bal Masque’” by Smith
  27. Josiana Appears: QUEEN THEME
  28. You Allow Ruffians: JOSIANA THEME
  29. Insert—Program: “Torch Dance from ‘Two Entr’ Actes” by Thomas
  30. Dea and Gwynplaine: LOVE THEME
  31. Ursus Enters Dressing Room: “Bachanalian Dance” by Ferraro
  32. Dea Appears On Stage: “Whispering Flowers” by Von Blon
  33. Gwynplaine Lowers Scarf From Mouth: “In Merry Mood” by Axt
  34. What A Success: GWYNPLAINE THEME
  35. Handed Note from Josiana: DEA THEME
  36. Gwynplaine Pacing Before Fire: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesck
  37. Gwynplaine In Carriage: “Ou Fuir?” by Gabriel Marie
  38. Hoodwink Removed From Gwynplaine’s Eyes: “Intermezzo” by Granados
  39. Insert—“Order from the Queen”: QUEEN THEME
  40. Flash To Dea At Wagon: DEA THEME
  41. Dea Awakens: LOVE THEME
  42. Soldiers Appear Looking For Gwynplaine: “La Fille du Contrebandier” by Mouton
  43. Enter Prison: “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky



  1. Bell Tolling: “Les Perses” by Domergue
  2. Queen Anne At Desk: QUEEN THEME
  3. Dea Alone Waiting For Gwynplaine: “Love Tragedy” by Savino
  4. The Performance Must Go On: “Prologue to ‘Pagliacci’” by Leoncavallo
  5. Curtains Part—Dea Appears: “Lohengrin Selection” by Wagner
  6. You Are Banished: “Desesperance” by Ourdine
  7. Street Scene: “The King’s Horses” by Riesenfeld
  8. Some Buffoons Have Blocked: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  9. Queen Appears: QUEEN THEME
  10. Dirry-Moir Sees Dea On Street: “Amorous Adventure” by Bradford
  11. Flash To House of Lords: “The Gum-Suckers March” by Grainger
  12. Dea In Hallway: “Indecision” by Snoek
  13. Gwynplaine Stopped In Corridor: “Excitement” by Breil
  14. Where Is Dea?: “Furioso” by Andrieu
  15. Flash To Ship: “Traque” by Fevrier
  16. Gwynplaine Appears On Ship: GWYNPLAINE THEME


Source: Carl Braun Collection


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