The Drifter

Title: The Drifter

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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  1. At screening: “Prelude to Western American Drama” by Baron
  2. At the edge of the: “Il Trovatore Selection” by Tarvan
  3. Let’s get going: “Flocons de Beige” by Bradford
  4. Tom riding and playing trombone: Repeat No. 2 “Il Trovatore”
  5. Curley falls from horse: “The Flight” by Savino
  6. Curley poking mule: “Western Allegro” by Rapee-Axt
  7. Ruth and Lawson arguing: “Appassionato Romantico” by Bradford
  8. Where’d you get that mule?: TOM THEME – “Princess Pat Fox-Trot” by Herbert
  9. Lawson starts plane: “Farmers Carnival” by Kendall
  10. Insert—“Lazy M Ranch”: “A Rube Festival” by Peele
  11. He said he only paid: “Misterioso alla Valse” by Savino
  12. Dark sleeping room: “Mosquito’s Parade” by Whitney
  13. Exterior—man sneaking around barn: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  14. Tom shuts door of stable: Repeat Tom Theme No. 8
  15. Tom speaks to Ruth: “Adventure d’Amour” by Bradford
  16. There’s one thing: “The Gondolier” by Powell
  17. Sheriff and companion ride up: “Scenes Infernales (A)” by Lake
  18. That’s my grandfather’s mule: “Mysterious Tension” by Axt
  19. If you’d told me that: “Love’s Emotion” by Marquardt
  20. Lawson and gang stop Ruth and companion: “Sinister Agitato” by Becce
  21. Tom and sheriff: Repeat Tom Theme No. 8
  22. Flash-back to outlaws: “Ferocity” by Carrozzini
  23. Lawson with mule: “Dance of the Elves” by Troostwyk
  24. Ruth and outlaw at cabin: “Anguish of Soul” by Eggert
  25. Tell me what you know: “Appassionato Lirico” by Berge
  26. How did you escape?: LOVE THEME – “Magic Love” by Bradford
  27. Place “zooming” above: “Rushing Waters” by Savino
  28. Outlaw captured: “Cripple Creek” by Stringfield
  29. Rastus and Curley leave prisoner: “Elopement” by Carrozzini
  30. Tom enters cave: “Tensive Misterioso” by Peele
  31. Place stops: “Fingal’s Cave” by Mendelssohn
  32. Ruth and friends mount and ride away: “Coriolan” by Beethoven
  33. That ain’t no way: Repeat Tom Theme No. 8
  34. Exterior—Ruth and Tom: Repeat Love Theme No. 26

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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