Hey Rube

Title: Hey Rube

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: “A Round of Country Dance Tunes” by Berliner
  2. A Big Event: “Uncle Silas” by Losey
  3. Step Right Up: “Come, Come” by Sherman
  4. Only A Dime: “The Booster” by Lake
  5. Old Spinster Appears: “She May Have Seen Before Days from ‘Old Timers’” by Lake
  6. At the Associate Office: “Glittering Crystals
  7. “Duke” Welford: “Conspiracy” by Zamecnik
  8. Zelda and Bathing Girls Appear: “At the Country Fair March” by Bruhns
  9. Zelda Appears From Tank: “On the Farm” by Goldman
  10. “Duke” Appears—Enters Wagon: Repeat No.7 “Conspiracy”
  11. Next Morning: “Canzonetta” by Carrozzini
  12. Girls Washing Clothes: “Fascinatin’ Vamp” by Nussbaum
  13. Girls Start Fighting: “Dance of the Furies” by Gluck
  14. Andy and “String” in Wagon: “La Roisseau” by Bradford
  15. The best Alibi in the World: “A Villainous Theme” by Engleman
  16. Flash to Dance: “You’ll Never Know” by Jolson
  17. Applause After Dance Stops: “Rustic Caprice’ by St. Clair
  18. Parade of Bathing Girls Starts: “March of the Mannikens” by Onivas
  19. You Started Something This Morning: THEME “At Last” by Davis
  20. Moffatt Back at Table: Repeat No.18 “March of the Mannikens”
  21. I Thought, You Wanted to See More of Her: “When Sweet Susie Goes Steppin’ By” by Bibo
  22. “String” Appears at Wagon: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  23. Among Gamblers: “Anxiete” by Srawley
  24. Office of Committee: “Dainty Blossoms” by Kahn
  25. Flash-Back to Wheel: “Rubenesque” by Slater
  26. “String” Sees Lutie: “Dramatic Tension” by Ancliffe
  27. Flash-Back to Wheel: “Down Home Rag” by Sweatman
  28. You Were Up Against Crooked Game: “Banana Peel Rag” by Winkler
  29. Insane with Jealousy: “Misterioso Fantastico” by Becce
  30. Men At Wheel Start Fight: “Excitement” by Breil
  31. Zelda Turns on Gasoline: “The Fall of Pompei” by Leuschner
  32. It’s Gone, The Money for Andy’s Operation: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  33. Give the Men Back Their Money: Repeat THEME No.19

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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