By Whose Hand?

Title: By Whose Hand?

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1927


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “The Interrupted Rendez-vous” by Gooublier
  2. Insert – X – 9: “Abandon” by Siewert
  3. At a night club: “Meditation from Thais” by Massenet
  4. Let me introduce: “Turkish Towel” by Mills
  5. Dancing starts: “Smile” by Heywood
  6. Dancing stops – Smith meets Pansy: “A Scenic Impression” by Sibelius
  7. Dance music starts again: “You Don’t Like It—Not Much” by Cohn
  8. The following afternoon: “By the Mill Stream” by Smith
  9. Guests greeted by Pansy: “Love Letters” by Jackson
  10. Listen Sugar: “Nigger Heaven Blues” by Nathan
  11. I was just laying out your things: “Forget-Me-Not” by Macbeth
  12. Insert – Have succeeded in making: “Queer Antics” by Zamecnik
  13. Smith telephoning: “Valse Dramatique” by Rapee
  14. It’s an Easy Layout: “The Smugglers” by Axt
  15. That butler, who is he?: “Suspicions” by Baron
  16. Sambo looking at painting: “A Staggering Uncertainty” by Lakey
  17. Guests playing cards: “Quelques Fleurs” by Baron
  18. Big boy, what happens: “Oh! Is That So” by Dreyer
  19. Clock striking: “A Kiss From You” by Maffay
  20. Ghost appears from chime clock: “In the Night” by Noack
  21. Flash-back to card game: THEME – “Hugs and Kisses” by Alter
  22. Lights extinguished: “Appassionato Lirico” by Berge
  23. Pansy enters boudoir: “Agitato a la Valse” by Savino
  24. Footsteps softly walking down hall: “Pizzicato Misterioso” by Minot
  25. Fight in garden starts: “Heavy Agitato” by Noyes
  26. Let’s tie him up: “Uneasiness” by Mendelssohn
  27. Smith accused: “Spring Song” by Mirovitch
  28. Now ladies and gentlemen: “The Captive” by Savino
  29. Colored girl leaving: “Mammy” by Donaldson
  30. Who is that guy?: “Appassionato Patetico” by Bradford
  31. And now I want to speak to you alone: Repeat Theme No. 21

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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