A Texas Steer

Title: A Texas Steer

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1927


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “Aurora” by Von der Mehden
  2. The great open spaces: MAVERICK THEME, “Carmencita Shea” by Densmore
  3. The polls had closed: “Cheer Up” by Kaufman
  4. Brander elected: “There’ll Be a Hot Time” by Beyer
  5. Washington: Repeat Maverick Theme No. 2
  6. Washington’s official hotel: “Halimar” by Banta
  7. Maverick at desk talking to president: “I’m Sitting on Top of the World” by Henderson
  8. Brassy gall: “Marionette” by Arndt
  9. Dixie enters room: DIXIE THEME, “She Knows Her Onions” by Yellen
  10. Bossy playing piano: “Oh Boy, What a Girl” by Green
  11. Mother enters all dressed up: “Ain’t She Sweet” by Ager
  12. Mother sees Dixie leave private office: “Cheatin’ On Me” by Pollack
  13. Alice Bright: “Smile a Little Bit” by Morton
  14. Steps of capital: “Colossal” by Floyd
  15. Horseback riding: “Horses” by Gay
  16. What’s the idea, Bossy: “When the One You Love, Loves You” by Whiteman
  17. Mother on horse: Repeat No. 15 “Horses”
  18. She starts to walk: “Thanks for the Buggy Ride” by Buffano
  19. Washington was about: “Allegro Seintillante” by Kempinski
  20. I’m Mrs. Brander’s secretary: “He’s a Ladies’ Man” by Henderson
  21. Flash to Maverick and hobby horse: “Out West” by Pinard
  22. Lafayette—colored man enters: “A Coon Band Contest” by Pryor
  23. Long shot of Lincoln Memorial: “Glory, Glory Hallelujah”
  24. Maverick at office desk: Repeat Maverick Theme No. 2
  25. Dixie enters office again: Repeat Dixie Theme No. 9
  26. Wife opens door—sees Dixie in husband’s arms: Repeat No. 12 “Cheatin’ On Me”
  27. Wife leaves room: “Dramatic Hurry No. 1” by Baron
  28. There are times when: “I’m Walking Around in Circles” by Phillips
  29. Insert—newspaper heading: “Imprecations” by Baron
  30. Brander was not the only one: “Burlesque on Lange’s Flower Song” by Kempinski
  31. The social fates were: “Valse a la Mode” by MacCLure
  32. Corridor—three pals appear: PAL THEME, “Hunkatin” by Levy
  33. We’re not to see Congressman Brander: Repeat Maverick Theme No. 2
  34. Wife sees three pals: “Elopement” by Carrrozzini
  35. Three pals enter upstairs room: Repeat Pal Theme No. 32
  36. Start to pour drink: “Blue Law Blues” by Lake
  37. Flash-back to card game in pantry: Repeat Maverick Theme No. 2
  38. Flash-back to three pals: “Two In a Bar” by Copping
  39. They see hobby horse: “Zip” by Frey
  40. Flash to reception: “Turbulence” by Borch
  41. I’m voting for Texas: “What’s the Matter With Father” by Van Alstyne
  42. Brander and friends: “Karma” by Herbert
  43. Three pals start shooting: “Defense of Honor” Zamecnik
  44. Mother and pals sad: “Broken Dreams” by Spitalny
  45. The eyes of Texas: “Pomp and Circumstance” by Elgar
  46. A lonely house: “Mysterioso No. 1” by Kempinski
  47. Flash-back to mother and pals: “Disturbance” by Zamecnik
  48. Have I got time: “Galloping Furies” by Rapee
  49. He enters hall of Congress: “American Guard” by Bergh
  50. All in favor—please rise: “There’ll Be a Hot Time” by Beyer

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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