A Girl In Every Port

Title: A Girl In Every Port

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheets, 1928


Format: Cue sheet

Document type: Cue sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At screening: “She Was Just a Sailor’s Sweetheart” by Burke
  2. Pounding up and down: “Before the Mast” by Laurendeau
  3. Amsterdam: “Peasants’ Dance” from Norwegian Suite by Schytte
  4. Couple seen on bicycle: “Norwegian Dance No. 2” by Grieg
  5. Rio de Janiero: “Julio of Argentina” by Olsen
  6. Victor McLaglen enters café: “La Bella Argentina” by Roberto
  7. “Victor McLaglen leaves café: “Spanish Love Theme” by Saenger
  8. Girl walks into her private room: “Rio Rita” by Tierney
  9. Spaniard throws knife: “Comic Hurry” by O’Hare
  10. Central America: “A Los Toros” by Salvans
  11. Blonde girl walks down stairs of café: Repeat No. 5 “Julio of the Argentina”
  12. Sailors start fighting: “Allegro Agitato” by Becker
  13. The guards!: “The Rabble” by Herbert
  14. Fade-in to McLaglen in jail: “La Comedienne” by Hosmer
  15. Two sailors brought into courtroom: “Melancholic Andante” by Pintel
  16. Sailors walk off arm in arm: “Tramp, Tramp, Tramp” by Lake
  17. Sailors fall overboard: “Farcical Allegro” by Aborn
  18. Sailors come out of water: “Comrades” from Old Timers by Lake (play PP)
  19. Policeman is pushed overboard: “Sailor’s Hornpipe”
  20. Close-up of feet: “Characteristic No. 2” by Roberts
  21. McLaglen sees girl seated at table: “Spanish Eyes” by Rose
  22. McLaglen knocks out his pal: Repeat No. 18 “Comrades”
  23. Alongside—at San Pedro: “He’s Me Pal” by Edwards, segue: “My Buddy” by Donaldson
  24. Sailors walk into apartment: Repeat No. 1 “She Was Just a Sailor’s Sweetheart”
  25. Did you know my daddy?: “Clair de Lune” by Thome
  26. Spike and Bill: Repeat No. 18 “Comrades”
  27. Through the Mediterranean: Repeat No. 2 “Before the Mast”
  28. Loading in Marseilles: “A La Paree” by Verdin
  29. Close-up of band: “Paris March” by Mezzacapo
  30. I’m sorry you’re all wet: “Just Once Again” by Donaldson
  31. Fade-in to sailor with toothache: Repeat No. 23 “He’s Me Pal”
  32. McLaglen seated on bench: “My Blue Heaven” by Donaldson
  33. Fade-in to Buddy taking drink of whisky[sic]: “It’s a Million to One You’re In Love” by Davis
  34. And nobody but a sap: “Fuga” by Gabriel Marie
  35. Sailing time: “Devotion” by Deppen
  36. Pal comes in with bundles: Repeat No. 23 “He’s Me Pal”
  37. Girl seen: “No Wonder I’m Happy” by Davis
  38. McLaglen leaves pal and sweetheart in tent: Repeat No. 1 “She Was Just a Sailor’s Sweetheart”
  39. Girl leaves with manager to do her act: “Ain’t She Sweet” by Ager
  40. McLaglen seen shining girl’s shoes: “Chanson sans Paroies” by Heller
  41. Pal leaves McLaglen and sweetheart: “Worryin’” by Fairman
  42. Fade-in to girl entering house at night: “Love’s Impulse” by Jacquet
  43. McLaglen comes home: “Sinfulness” by Borch
  44. Where is he?: “Dramatic Tension” by Axt
  45. Spike comes down into café: “Plainte Passionnee” by Baron
  46. McLaglen takes drink: “Lamento” by Brockton
  47. There ain’t nothing ever going to come between us again: Repeat No. 23 “He’s Me Pal”

Notes: Cues transcribed by James Doering

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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