The Last Warning

Title: The Last Warning

Author: James C. Bradford

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1928

Series:  Greater Thematic Music Cue Sheet

Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: James C. Bradford

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McHUGH THEME: “Les Perses” by Domergue

LOVE THEME: “Love Song” by Wright

SINISTER THEME: “Le Seigneur De Kermor” by Gabriel Marie

BROADWAY THEME: “My New York” by Berlin

  1. At Screening: “Overture Italienne” by Zerco
  2. Cast: “Evening Hour” by Lichenstein
  3. Revolving Lights: BROADWAY THEME “My New York” by Berlin
  4. Entrance To Theatre: “Allegro Fugoso” by De Saa
  5. Quiet Please: “Nightmare” by Roland
  6. Narrative Of Accident: “Anguish of Soul” by Eggert
  7. Nobody Leaves: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesek
  8. Well, When I Went To Call: “Grand Dramatic Scene” by Leuschner
  9. Detective Sneaks Into Dressing Room: “Rhythmic Misterioso” by Damesek
  10. The Coroner: “Danger Conjure” by Gabriel Marie
  11. Insert—“Stage Star Slain”: “Ghost Scene” by Broy
  12. Interior of Desolate Theatre: “Scherzo Misterioso” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  13. Since They Are Re-Opening: “Andantino Idillico” by Drigo’s Cinema Classics
  14. That’s The Guy: “Ferocity” by Carrozzini
  15. Woman Appears: “In The Night” by Noack
  16. Quaile Enters: “Dave Theme” by Zamecnik
  17. That’s The Guy That Killed: “In the Night—Death Speaketh” by Noack
  18. McHugh Enters: McHUGH THEME
  19. Quaile, I Was John Woodford’s: “On Trial” by Beghon
  20. Doris Appears: “Suite Domestica No.2” by Risenfeld
  21. Sorry I Must Leave You Alone: LOVE THEME
  22. Did YoU Receive A Telegram?: “Pastime” by Clutsam
  23. Insert—“Do Not Accept”: SINISTER THEME
  24. Flash-Back To Doris and Quaile: LOVE THEME
  25. Sorry McHugh, She Will Not Be In: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  26. Where Did You Enter The Theatre?: McHUGH THEME
  27. Carleton Speaks To Doris: “Euridice’s Dream” by Bradford
  28. Carleton Opens Script: SINISTER THEME
  29. Smoke Appears: “Allegro Agitato” by Stahlberg
  30. Please Take Miss Terry To Her Room: “Amorous Adventure” by Bradford
  31. Quaile, I Want You To Meet: “March from ‘Scenes Pittoresques’” by Massenet
  32. Two Girls In Dressing Room: “Amorous Adventure” by Bradford
  33. Figure At Dressing Table: “Bimbo Morente No.2” by Culotta
  34. Insert—Script Of Play: “To Spring” by Grieg
  35. Carleton Takes Hold Of Candle Stick: “Anger” by Palumbo
  36. Ghastly Figure Appears: SINISTER THEME
  37. You’re Going To Stay: “Symphonic Incidentals No.9” by Marquardt
  38. We’re Going To Search: “Implorations of Neptune” by Massenet
  39. Quaile Sees Purse: “Symphonic Incidentals No.3” by Marquardt
  40. Door Opens—Body Falls Out: SINISTER THEME
  41. McHugh Open Door—Enters Doris’ Dressing Room: “Fingal’s Cave” by Mendelssohn
  42. Warning Again: SINISTER THEME
  43. Lights Flash—Audience Arriving: “Toy Soldiers Parade” by Ring-Hager
  44. Curtain Ascends: “Intermezzo” by Granados
  45. McHugh Blows Whistle: “Violent Struggling” by Roland
  46. Now Mike, Did You Kill: “Vehement Desire” by Bradford
  47. Doris and Quaile Alone: LOVE THEME
  48. Lights Of Broadway: BROADWAY THEME

NOTE: Optional finish—cue 47 may be continued to end of picture if desired


Source: Carl Braun Collection


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