The Barker

Title: The Barker

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: “Carnival Frolics” by Lakay
  2. Carrie starts to dance: “Hawaiian March and One-Step” by Berger
  3. All for a thin dime: “Sakes Alive” by Howard
  4. Hello Dad: BOY THEME, “The Evening Hour” by Kussner
  5. Interior of tent—Hawaiian dance: “Hilo” by Kaili
  6. Carrie finishes dance: CARRIE THEME, “Chanson Algerian” by Bradford
  7. Chris, this is Lou: “Love Song” by Wright
  8. Carrie, I’ve got a surprise for you: “Changing Moods” by Jacquet
  9. Exterior flash: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  10. Chris and Nifty seated on bunk: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4
  11. I’m sorry Carrie: Repeat Carrie Theme No. 6
  12. I’ve got a quart of mule: “Blue Law Blues” by Lake
  13. Well kid, how do you like: “That’s My Weakness Now” by Green
  14. We’d better put him to bed: “Implorations” by Pasternack
  15. Carrie opens satchel—takes out revolver: “Vehement Desire” by Bradford
  16. Chris and Nifty in dark room: “Destiny’s Call” by Jacquet
  17. Flash-back to Chris and Nifty: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4
  18. Flash-back to plotting girls: “Hovering Shadows” by Hahn
  19. Like father, like son: “La Petite Coryphee” by Tracy
  20. Gee, I bet you must have been: LOVE THEME, “I’ll Never Forget” by Kahn
  21. Engine seen: “Sarabande Perpetuelle” by Bradford
  22. Holiday in Mill Town: “Strawberries” by Kaufman
  23. Man takes hold of Lou’s leg: “Ferocity” by Carrozzini
  24. Nifty bending over Chris: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4
  25. Nifty leaves room: Repeat No. 7 “Love Song”
  26. Let’s get married first: Repeat Love Theme No. 20
  27. Nifty appears: “The Spectre” by Engleman
  28. Chris wants to marry me: “Melodie Poetique” by Huerter
  29. Chris and Nifty in state room alone: “Preludio” by Cordova
  30. Insert—Elmer F. Post—Justice of the Peace: “Let a Smile be Your Umbrella” by Fain
  31. See if you can find Nifty: “Elegie” by Ernst
  32. I said I’d pay you: “Baker’s Boy and the Chimney Sweep” by Herbert
  33. Nifty enters tent: “Andante” from Pathetique Symphony No. 6 by Tschaikowsky
  34. And in case you’d like to know: “Allegro Agitato” by Hahn
  35. Exterior of train: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4
  36. Carrie enters deserted state room: “All Alone” by Berlin
  37. Another barker: “Hawaiiana” by Kaiulaua
  38. Carrie at counter: Repeat Carrie Theme No. 6
  39. Nifty falls to ground: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  40. How’s business: “Razz Berries” by Banta
  41. Carrie starts to dance: “On the Beach at Waikiki” by Lake
  42. I have a job in Chicago: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4
  43. Nifty leaves platform: Repeat Carrie Theme No. 6
  44. You too get in there: Repeat Boy Theme No. 4

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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