Spite Marriage

Title: Spite Marriage

Author: Ernst Luz

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Ernst Luz

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  1. At Screening: “The village Clown” by Axt (YELLOW)
  2. Buster Keaton: “Incid. Symphony No.42” by Damaur
  3. Butler Museum of Art: “Humorous Escapade” by Delille
  4. Keaton Pressing Pants: “Puritana” by Grimm
  5. Girl Seated On Chair In Wing of Stage: “April Message” by Ancliffe
  6. Cocoanut Blocks: “Perpetuum Mobile” by Rapee
  7. Girl Walks To Man On Stage: “Try me” by Schertzinger (WHITE)
  8. After Applause—Lovers Excited: Repeat No.6 “Perpetuum Mobile”
  9. Take Him Away: “Melodic Appassionato No.1” by Marquardt
  10. Girl Faints: “By-Gone Days” by Pintel
  11. Fade-Out To Stage Entrance: “The Two Lovers” by Flath
  12. There Are Only Two Cures For Love: Repeat No.1 (YELLOW)
  13. Keaton Sees Man With Sword: “Film Theme No.11” by Nicode-Roberts
  14. Keaton In Dressing Room Begins To Make Up: “Illusion” by Bustanoby
  15. Keaton Making Up: “The Village Clown” by Axt (YELLOW)
  16. Stage Scene—Curtain Raised: “Haste” by Sanders
  17. Play Once and Segue: “Scherzo Silhouette” by Marquardt
  18. Remember Gal: “Memories” by Kussner
  19. After Curtains Close: “Allegro Perpetuo” by Savino (LIGHT BLUE)
  20. Did You See The Guy: “Whims” by Savino
  21. You Like Me, Don’t You: “In Flowerland” by Golden
  22. Keaton In Pajamas: “Prattle” by Lowitz
  23. The Café La Boheime: “Sunshine and Flowers” by Schoenfeld
  24. I’m Going Over and Celebrate: “Hurry No.4” by Finck
  25. Don’t You Think: “Entr’Act to a Comedy” by Axt
  26. Fade-Out After Keaton Drags Girl: “A Staggering uncertainty” by Lakay
  27. The Dawn Of A Spite Marriage: “The Season’s Greetings” by Marquardt
  28. You See, It’s Me Your Wife’s In Love With: Repeat No.19 (LIGHT BLUE)
  29. Fade-Out After Keaton On Boat: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.2-A1” by Luz
  30. Keaton On Deck Of Boat With Lantern: “A.B.C. Dram. Set No.2-B2” by Luz
  31. This is A Private Yacht: Repeat No.15 (YELLOW)
  32. You Should Have Known: Repeat No.19 (LIGHT BLUE)
  33. Midnight On The High Seas: “Intermezzo” by Whelpley
  34. Waste Begins To Burn: Repeat No.19 (LIGHT BLUE)
  35. How Dare You: Repeat No.33 “Intermezzo”
  36. Nothing Only The Engine Room’s On Fire: Repeat No.19 (LIGHT BLUE)
  37. Girl Lying On Floor: “Golden Morning” by Morton
  38. Fade-Out To Next Morning Scene: “Whims” by Schumann
  39. What Are You Doing Here?: “Autumn Winds” by Bicchiere
  40. Keaton Rescues Girl From Sailor: “Allegro Giocoso” by Engleman
  41. Go Away: “Minor Hurry” by Berge
  42. Boat Tied To Yacht: “Incid. Miniature No.7” by Hauenschild
  43. Kitchen Scene: “Thrills” by Sanders
  44. Keaton and Girl Come From Stateroom: “Butterflies” by Arundale
  45. Keaton Knocks Out Cook: Repeat No.42 “Incid. Miniature No.7”
  46. Are You Sure You Got It Fixed: “Incid. Miniature No.28” by Damaur (Open “P”)
  47. Keaton Puts On Cap: “Try Me” by Scherzinger (WHITE)
  48. Newspaper Article On Screen: “Ripples” by Brewer
  49. Good-Bye: Repeat No.47 (WHITE)

Proper orchestral rest period is Nos.20 to 26 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 Corporation, 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


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