The Last of Mrs. Cheyney

Title: The Last of Mrs. Cheyney

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Prelude to Heroical Love Drama” by Baron
  2. London, After Theatre: “Dramatic Suspense” by Hahn
  3. How Terrible: “Serenade d’Extase” by Fletcher
  4. Fortunately I Wasn’t Wearing My Pearls: “Intermezzo” by Crist
  5. Fade-Out Of Two Ladies On Couch: “Breath Of Morn” by Kempinski
  6. Fade-Out After Telephoning Scenes: “Rose of Spring” by Bicchiere
  7. Rather Striking: “Celestine” by Vargas
  8. Cheyney Leaves Florists: “I’ll Dream Of You” by Shilkret (WHITE)
  9. Fade-Out As Man Reads Card: Organ Solo ad lib on screen
  10. Butler Closes Folding Doors: “A Villianous Theme” by Engleman (RED)
  11. Doors Opened After Title “WE HAVE NEVER MET BEFORE”: “Mignonette” by Sodero
  12. Cheyney, I Want You To Meet: Repeat No.8 (WHITE)
  13. Fade-Out After Title “THE PLEASURE IS MINE”: “Sweet Memoires” by Singorsky
  14. Old Man Leaves Room To Make Speech: “Winged Hours” by Bath
  15. I Telephoned You: Repeat No.8 (WHITE)
  16. Will You Please Ring For The Butler: Repeat No.10 (RED)
  17. Fade-Out After Title: WELL I’LL REMEMBER”: “Bridal Paths” by Langford
  18. Guests Leave—Mrs. Cheyney Closes Door: Repeat No.8 (WHITE)
  19. Cheyney Walks To Piano; Piano Solo ad lib to screen
  20. When We Get The Necklace: “Evil Motive” by Hoffman
  21. The Week-End: Piano Solo ad lib to screen
  22. Do Listen To This: Repeat No.20 “Evil Motive”
  23. I Got Your Message: “Sadness” by Engleman
  24. Crook Walks From Mrs. Cheyney: “Gratitude” by Schoenfeld
  25. Crook Leaves Garden—Old Man Sees Mrs. Cheyney Asleep: Repeat No.13 “Sweet Memories”
  26. Cheyney Has Contracted A Headache: Repeat No.10 (RED)
  27. Man Takes Telephone From Mrs. Cheyney: “I’ll Dream Of You” by Shilkret (WHITE)
  28. Play Once and Segue: “Heart’s Pleading” by Rapee-Axt
  29. Garden Scene—Light In Mrs. Cheyney’s Window Seen: “Incid. Symphony No.30” by Kempinski
  30. Clock Dial On Screen: “Misterioso Irresoluto” by Langey
  31. Cheyney About To Throw Jewelry Box Out of Window: “At the Shrine of Love” by Kempinski
  32. Champagne, Cigarettes: “Lover’s Quarrel” by Baron
  33. Man Kisses Mrs. Cheyney: “Unrest” by Geehl
  34. Just A Moment: “Romance of Autumn” by Marquardt
  35. Arthur, We Shall Leave You In Charge: Repeat No.24 “Gratitude”
  36. Morning: “Dance of the Sylphes” by Marquardt
  37. Play Once and Segue: “Agitato a la Valse” by Savino
  38. You Shouldn’t Be President: “Langueurs Amoureuses” by Barbirolli
  39. Play Once and Segue: “Cynical Scherzando” by Axt
  40. Lord Elton At Table Writing Check: “Isabel” by Bowers
  41. Fade To Crook and Mrs. Cheyney Leaving House: Repeat No.27 (WHITE)

Proper Orchestral Rest Period is Nos. 25 to 32 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

SFSMA ID: LJlqK2vn0w

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