The Cowboy Kid

Title: The Cowboy Kid

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At screening: “Prelude to Western American Drama” by Baron
  2. Jim Barrett: “He Was a Cowboy” [no composer given], SEGUE to “The Stampede” by Luscomb
  3. Small calf seen: “In a Shady Nook” by Golden
  4. Evening – the chuck wagon: “Happy Go Lucky” by Kaufman
  5. Woman seen in front of microphone: “Carissima” by Penn
  6. John Grover: “Gay Deceivers” by Claypoole
  7. Fade-on to town: “Headin’ West” by Lakay
  8. Change of scene to gang of men: “Stalking the Prey” by Kempinski
  9. Change of scene to town: “Commotion” by Conterno
  10. Girl and driver being chased: “The Call For Aid” by Pasternack
  11. Car starts backing up: “Comic Hurry” by O’Hare
  12. Car backs up through jail wall: ‘Moon Madness” by Lodge
  13. Change of scene to couple on settee: “Is She My Girl Friend?” by Ager
  14. Shorty goes into dentist’s office: “The Jesters” by Carbonara
  15. Change of scene to ice cream parlor: “Rambler Roses” by Wheeler
  16. Sheriff sprays his throat: “Morning” from Peer Gynt No. 1 by Grieg
  17. Change of scene to Shorty in dentist’s chair: “Children’s Game” by Ascher
  18. Change of scene to ice cream parlor: “Intermezzo Giocoso” by Egener
  19. Lilly leaves: THEME – “Happy Go Lucky Lane” by Meyer
  20. Change of scene to party: Repeat No. 5 “Carissima”
  21. Demijona Jin: “Mystery” by Baynes
  22. I see a big handsome man: “Lily of the Valley” by Gilbert
  23. Lady gives Jim baby to hold: “Poupee Valsante” by Poldini
  24. Woman on bench gets up: “London Bridge is Falling Down” by Ascher
  25. Change of scene to jail: “The Plotters” by Carrozzini
  26. At pistol shot: “Comedy Allegro” by Haines
  27. You stay here: Repeat No. 25 “The Plotters”
  28. Why don’t you see what: Repeat No. 21 “Mystery”
  29. At explosion: “Animated Agitato” by Levy
  30. I am sorry, Mr. Grover: “Uneasiness” by Borch
  31. Fade-in to crowd outside bank: “Panicy Agitato” by Berge
  32. Villain walks into broadcasting station: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw
  33. Girl walks into broadcasting room: “A Critical Moment” by Becce
  34. Jim unties rope: “Help! Help!” by Kovacs
  35. Jim gets on horse: “Presto” by Brockton
  36. Girl gets on motorcycle: “Comedy Allegro” by Berg
  37. I heard about the hold-up: “Agitato Misterioso” by Becce
  38. Armored car is held up: “The Snake in the Grass” by Srawley
  39. Jim jumps on armored car: “The Rabble” by Herbert
  40. Armored car seen in village street: “Joyous Allegro” by Borch
  41. I’ll show you the cause: “Evil Motive” by Hoffman
  42. Here’s your prisoner: Repeat No. 14 “The Jesters”
  43. I’m grateful, Jim: Repeat Theme No. 19

Source: Carl Braun Collection

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