The Cohens and Kellys in Paris

Title: The Cohens and Kellys in Paris

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series: Greater Thematic Music Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: PICTURE THEME – “The Cohens and Kellys” by Donaldson
  2. New York City: “My New York” by Berlin
  3. Cohen at desk: “Burlesque on Famous Hebrew Melodies” by Kempinski
  4. Kelly appears in corridor: “KELLY THEME – “A Bit O’Blarney” by Helf
  5. Miss Goldsnitz, write a note to Mr. Kelly: PICTURE THEME – “Jewish-Irish Comedy Theme” by Rapee
  6. Two women appear in hallway: “Gigue” by Bradford
  7. Women enter office: PICTURE THEME – “The Cohens and Kellys” by Donaldson
  8. Take a note Kelly: “Razzing Theme” by Rapee
  9. France: “La Belle France” by Tobani
  10. Insert – Pat Kelly: “Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-rai” by Shannon
  11. Sweetheart enters studio: “Jealous” by Little
  12. Insert – letter: “Oriwa” by Bertrand
  13. The Cohen’s dinners were patriotic: COHEN THEME – “Frailach No. 5” by Ascher
  14. The Kelly’s at dinner: KELLY THEME – “A Bit O’Blarney” by Helf
  15. Insert – radiogram: COHEN THEME – “Frailach No. 2” by Ascher
  16. Flash-back to Kellys at table: KELLY THEME – “The B’hoys of Tipperary” by Amers
  17. Once upon the ocean: “Flapper Dance” by Krueger
  18. Cohen enters Mrs. Kelly’s state room: “Ain’t We Got Fun” by Whiting
  19. Cohen starts exercising: COHEN THEME – “Mazel Tof” by Ascher
  20. Kelly looking mysteriously around for something: KELLY THEME – “Queer Antics” by Zamecnik
  21. Insert – bar: “A Prohibition Episode” by Aborn
  22. Seasick woman at ship rail: “Mal de Mer” by Lange
  23. Dinner gong sounds: “Cheer Up” by Kaufman
  24. Where can I get life boat tickets: Repeat No. 22 “Mal de Mer”
  25. Cohen and Kelly recognize each other: “It Had to Be You” by Jones
  26. Paris: “Franco-American Dance” by Loraine
  27. Paulette appears in hallway: “I’m a Red Hot, Hot-House Flower” by Woods
  28. Kelly opens studio door – greets boy: “Biddy” by Zamecnik
  29. Kelly looking at painting: “It All Depends on You” by Henderson
  30. Cohen and his wife drive up: COHEN THEME – “Frailach No. 4” by Ascher
  31. Man passes them in hallway: “Vivacity” by Conterno
  32. Somethin’s rotten in Hoboken: Repeat No. 6 “Gigue”
  33. Sayde opens door – greets mother: “My Yiddishe Momme” by Pollack
  34. Papa, I’m going to get a divorce: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  35. Sayde, when divorce comes in: “Hebrew Melody” by Achron
  36. Insert – Paulette: “Tres Moutarde” by Macklin
  37. They start looking at objects: “A la Paree” by Verdin
  38. Attendants with spears drive them to table: “Carnival Frolics” by Lakav
  39. Wives appear: “March of the Marionettes” by Savino
  40. Flash-back to café: “Laughing Love” by Christine
  41. Apache dancer appears: “Apache Dance” by Offenbach
  42. Cohen and Kelly rush from table: “A Chase Through the Clouds” by Lakay
  43. Paulette and dancer take bow: “Ma Poulette” by Roberts
  44. Here’s to a couple of fools: “When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais” by Nelson
  45. They enter Paulette’s dressing room: “Ain’t She Sweet?” by Ager
  46. Pierre at door: “Grotesque Elephantine” by Brockton
  47. Believe it or not: PICTURE THEME – “Jewish-Irish Comedy Theme” by Rapee
  48. Flash to café – wives at table: Repeat No. 18 “Ain’t We Got Fun”
  49. Cohen and Kelly approach table: “Zip” by Frey
  50. Twelve o’clock at night: “How Could Red Riding Hood” by Randolph
  51. Zat ees Pierre: “Gossip” by Borch
  52. Cohen opens door – enters room: COHEN THEME – “Boruch Habo” by Friedsell
  53. Bell rings: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  54. Pierre enters room: “Suspicious” by Baron
  55. Come out, or I shoot: “Tourments” by Fosse
  56. I came to see Paulette: Repeat No. 6 “Gigue”
  57. He ees ze best duellist in Paris: “Fete Bretonne” by Lazzari
  58. ‘Twas dawn: “Ain’t That a Grand and Glorious Feeling?” by Ager
  59. Change of scene: “The Aeroplane” by Ring-Hager
  60. He forgot to put out his hand: “Burlesque on Lange’s Flower Song” by Kempinski
  61. Paulette informs wives of duel: “Coasting” by Ring-Hager
  62. Flash-back to duellists: “Burlesque on Chopin’s Funeral March” by Kempinski
  63. Killing with guns: “Flapperette” by Greer
  64. In two minutes you will be a corps: “Hearts and Flowers” by Tobani
  65. Take me to the duelling field: Repeat No. 49 “Zip”
  66. Place picks them up: “By Wireless” by Berge
  67. We’ll call first on Lindy: PICTURE THEME – “The Cohens and Kellys” by Donaldson

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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