Oh Kay

Title: Oh Kay

Author: Eugene Conte

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Eugene Conte

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  1. At Screening: Play “Oh Kay” by Gershwin (Harms)
  2. It Was Tag Day: “Down The Stretch” by Balfmoor
  3. Rutfield Hall: “Cute and Cunnin’” by Kempinski
  4. Bragott Who Is My: “Ripples” by Lowitz
  5. Lady Kay Leaves House: “En Mer” by Holmes
  6. The Sea Had Begun: “Storm Music” by Ketelbey
  7. Lucky For Kay: “Fourteen Fathoms Deep” by Lake
  8. Destination: “Heave Ho” by Copping
  9. Mate Leaves Lady Kay: “Characteristic No.1” by Roberts
  10. You Look Dumb: “Two In A Bar” by Copping
  11. Off Long Island: “Third Misterioso a la Valse” by Savino
  12. Lady Kay in Bathing Suit: “Grotesque Comedy” by Zamecnik
  13. The First House on the Right: “Hidden Perils” by Varnier
  14. You May Return to Town: Repeat No.12 “Grotesque Comedy”
  15. Kay Found America: “Distress” by Breil
  16. Fade To Interior of House: “Prelude to ‘Parlor Comedy’” by Baron
  17. Exterior of House: “Omens” by Schad
  18. Revenue Officer Leaves Jimmie and Lady Kay: “Cherro” by Finck
  19. Revenue Officer Enters: Play “Fidgety Feet from ‘Oh Kay’” by Harms
  20. Revenue Officer Leaves Again: “Gigue” by Bradford
  21. After A Hard Night: “The Mischief Makers” by Carbonara
  22. Jimmie Starts To Call Across Room: Play “Do-Do-Do from ‘Oh Kay’” by Harms
  23. Revenue Officer Enters: Repeat No.17 “Omens”
  24. Lady Kay Enters: Repeat No.19 “Fidgety Feet”
  25. Where Did You Get That Dress?: “Frivolities” by Carbonara
  26. Auto Scene: “Potato Bug Parade” by Cobb
  27. What Are You Maniacs: “The Jesters” by Carbonara
  28. Constance Enters: “Caprice” by Somerville
  29. Close-Up of Door Knob: “Humoresque” by Mikuliez
  30. Jimmie and Constance Leave: Repeat No.1 “Oh Kay”
  31. Exterior Scene: “Tell Me Pretty Maiden” by Stuart
  32. Lady Kay and Jimmie: Repeat No.1 “Oh Kay”
  33. Constance and Father Appear: Repeat No.29 “Humoresque”
  34. Butler Comes Up: “Pattering Feet” by Dreier
  35. Revenue Officer Appears: Repeat No.27 “The Jesters”
  36. Exterior Scene: “Paragraphs” by Fall
  37. Jimmie and Lady Kay Alone: “A Game of Tag” by Trinkaus
  38. She’s Impossible: Repeat No.27 “The Jesters”
  39. Constance Eating Soup: “Essence Grotesque” by Lake

SEGUE: “A Ticklish Tale” by Finck

  1. We’ve Had Enough Of This: Repeat No.27 “The Jesters”
  2. Exterior Scene: “Wedding Blues” by Friml
  3. Bridal Procession: “Bridal Chorus from ‘Lohengrin’” by Wagner
  4. Interior—Butler and Kay: “Carnival Grotesque” by Savino
  5. Jimmie, You’ve Deceived Us: Repeat No.17 “Omens”
  6. Relax Folks—The Patrol: “A Gay Lothario” by Bierman
  7. I’m Not A Revenue Officer: “Marche Mignone” by Poldini
  8. May I Use Your Telephone?: Repeat No.1 “Oh Kay”

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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