The Last Command

Title: The Last Command

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

OCLC Number:


  1. At Screening: “Czardas from ‘Ballet Russe’” by Luigini
  2. Hollywood—1928: “Midsummer” by Maquarre
  3. Insert—Photograph of Sergei: LEO THEME “Karma” by Herbert
  4. The Eureka Studios Calling: DESPAIR THEME “Lamento from ‘Pique Dame’” by Tschaikowsky
  5. The Bread Line: “Russian Rag” by Cobb
  6. Sergei Sits at Dressing Table: “Cossack Revels: “Tschakoff
  7. Imperial Russia: “Marche Slave” by Tschaikowsky
  8. Tireless In His Endeavors: SERGEI THEME “Prelude in G Minor” by Rachmaninoff
  9. Let Him Strut A Little Longer: LEO THEME “Karma” by Herbert
  10. Sergei At Mirror: SERGEI THEME “Prelude in G Minor” by Rachmaninoff
  11. Sergei Sees Officer With His Fur Coat On: “Chatter” by Kahn
  12. Natalie and Leo Enter Room: “Prelude” by Reinecke
  13. Leo Taken From Room: “Resignation” by Von Fielitz
  14. Orders From The Imperial Staff: “Prelude from ‘L’Arlesienne’” by Bizet
  15. The New Headquarters: SERGEI THEME “Prelude in G Minor” by Rachmaninoff
  16. Natalie Alone In Room Musing: NATALIE THEME “Apres L’Orage” by Mouton
  17. Flash To Sergei And Officers: “Rivalite” by Snoek
  18. And So: “Procession of the Sardar from ‘Caucasion Sketches’” by Iwanow
  19. Fade-In Battle Front: “Tumult” by Verdi
  20. Flash-Back To Inspection of Troops: “Marche Russe” by Ganne
  21. Czar Speaks To Sergei: “Russian Fantasia” by Tobani [Music blacked out]
  22. After A Week: “Prologue” by Sommer
  23. Sergei Enters Natalie’s Room: NATALIE THEME “Apres L’Orage” by Mouton
  24. Officers Listening At Door: “Funny Faces” by Ring-Hager
  25. The General Staff, Your Highness: SERGEI THEME “Prelude in G Minor” by Rachmaninoff
  26. Prisoners’ Quarters: “Vengeance” by Porret
  27. Flash-Back To Natalie and Sergie: LOVE THEME “Regret” by Zamecnik
  28. Natalie Leaves Room—Procures Revolver: “Coeur Meurtri” by Gabriel Marie
  29. Sergei Enters Room: “Camorra” by Joels
  30. Natalie Collapses In Tears On Divan: LOVE THEME “Regret” by Zamecnik
  31. A Group of Obscure People Meet: REDS THEME “L’International” by Pottier
  32. Communicate With Our Agents: “Angosciosamente” by Gabriel Marie
  33. “Reds” Meeting On Street: REDS THEME “L’International” by Pottier
  34. Guards Appear And Endeavor To Break Up Meeting: “Battle Music” by Zamecnik
  35. Flash To Officer on Train Celebrating: “Russian Nat’l Dance ‘Echoes from the Volga’” by Seredy
  36. “Reds” Close-Up—Switch Pulled: “Furioso” by Savino
  37. You Have Been Our Master: “Tempest” by Ketelbey
  38. Make Him Stoke The Train: “Cossack Revels” by Tschakoff
  39. Sergei Stoking Engine: DESPAIR THEME “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky
  40. Wild Scene Of Revelry In Car: “The Cossacks” by Frey
  41. Natalie Leaves Car—Climbs Into Engine Cab: “Storm Music” by Zamecnik
  42. Sergei Starts Stoking Again: “Furioso No.4” by Bergunker
  43. And So The Backwash: DESPAIR THEME “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky
  44. Studio Stage: “Shenandoah” by Bendel
  45. Leo Orders Extras On Set: “Gossip” by Borch
  46. Director Stops Sergei: “Hunkatin” by Levy
  47. Leo Looking Over Extras: “In Birdland” by Zamecnik
  48. Leo Stops In Front Of Sergei: LEO THEME “Karma” by Herbert
  49. Activity On Set Starts: “Avril Frileux” by Mouton
  50. I Have Waited Ten Years For This: LEO THEME “Karma” by Herbert
  51. Flash-Back To Activity On Set: “Rural Flirts” by Bradford
  52. Music Please: “National Russian Anthem” by Lake
  53. What’s The Difference: “Marche Slave” by Tschaikowsky
  54. Leo Places Arms About Prostrate Sergei: “National Russian Anthem” by Lake
  55. Sergei Collapses: : DESPAIR THEME “Lamento from Pique Dame” by Tschaikowsky
  56. Leo Covers Body With Russian Flag: “National Russian Anthem” by Lake

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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