Taking A Chance

Title: Taking A Chance

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 “To Know You Is to Love You” by Henderson (De Silva, Brown, and Hende & Sons)
  2. Close-Up of Hands: “County Fair” by Volpatti (E.B. Herbs)
  3. After Two Weeks: “The Flight” by Savino (Robbins Music Corp.)
  4. Men Get Off Their Horses: “Agitato No. 37” by Andino (S.M. Berg)
  5. Men Get Back on Their Horses: “Western Moderato” by Bach (Carl Fischer)
  6. Fade-In To Girl: “Punchinello” by Herbert (Witmark & Sons)
  7. Man Enters Gate: “An Argument” by Breil (Sonnemann Music Co)
  8. Rex Bell Goes Over to Child: Repeat Theme No. 1
  9. Preacher in Carriage Rides Up to Rex Bell and Girl: “Pine Tree Echoes” by Schoenfeld (Photoplay Music Co.)
  10. Calamity Gulch: “Western Intermezzo from ‘A, B, C Dram. Set No. 11’” by Luz (Photoplay Music Co.)
  11. Headquarters of the “Gentleman’s Sanctimonious Society”: “Sparklets” by Tobani (Carl Fischer)
  12. Preacher and Rex Bell Enter Meeting Room: “Merry Pranks” by Rance-Axt (Robbins Music Corp)
  13. Man Takes Slip Around to be Signed: “Comedy” by Ketelbev (Bosworth & Co)
  14. Get Wise to Yourself: “Asitr” by Berge (Robbins Music Corp)
  15. Masked Bandit Enters: “Agitato Misterioso” by Becce (Belwin Inc)
  16. One Thousand Dollars for the Capture: “Agitato No. 16” by Lake (Carl Fischer)
  17. Change of Scene to Home: “Tensive Misterioso” by Peele (Belwin)
  18. Fade-Out of Girl: “Caprice Joyeux” by Seeligson (Belwin)
  19. Bell and Preacher Walk Over to Girl: Repeat Theme No. 1
  20. Slingshot Goes Off: “Adminration” by Jackson (Sam Fox Pub)
  21. Fade-In to Sign—“Tonight A Hot Sermon”: “Ruritania” by Schertzinger (Photoplay Music Co)
  22. Curtain Goes Up: “Mystery Waltz” by Rolfe (M. Witmark & Son)
  23. Ladies and Gentlemen as Chairman of the Town Council: “Comedy Allegro” by Haines (Hawkes & Son)
  24. They Have Gone Far Enough: “Agitato Misterioso” by Delille (G. Schirmer Co)
  25. Change of Scene Back to Stage: Repeat No. 22 “Mystery Waltz”
  26. I’m Not Much On Preaching, but I’ll Take A Chance: “My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice” by Saint-Saens (Carl Fischer)
  27. Preacher Seen with Bandits: “Misterioso Drammatico” by Savino (Robbins Music Corp)
  28. Bassett’s Going to Kill the Parson: “Agitato No. 1” by Kempinski (Irving Berlin Corp)
  29. Bell Gets On Horse: “Fugitive” by Maiorana (G. Schirmer)
  30. What’s This All About: Repeat Theme on No. 1
  31. Just As I Suspected: “Treachery and Vengeance” by Fletcher (Hawkes & Son)
  32. Close-Up of Bell and Girl: Repeat Theme No. 1

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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