Trent’s Last Case

Title: Trent’s Last Case

Author: Michael P. Krueger

Publisher: Thematic Music Cue Sheet, 1929


Format: Cue Sheet

Document type: Cue Sheet

All authors/contributors: Michael P. Krueger

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  1. At Screening: “Parade Fantastique” by Willson
  2. Man Walking Downstairs: “Snooping Around” by Palumbo
  3. Fade-In To Girl: “At The Trysting Place” by Tootell
  4. Has He Been A Beast Again?: “Entreaty” by Zamecnik
  5. Fade-In To Woman In Boudoir: “Unfinished Symphony” by Schubert
  6. Maid Seen At Doorway: “Darkness” by Brunelli
  7. Man Seen At Telephone: “Misterioso Patetico” by Brunelli
  8. Thinking of Dying, Are You?: “High and Low Jinks from ‘Screening Preludes’” by Rapee-Axt
  9. Butler Picks Up Cigar Wrapper: “Gruesome Suspense” by Beghon
  10. Uncle Seen Lighting Cigar: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  11. Husband Enters Living Room: Repeat No.9 “Gruesome Suspense”
  12. Man With High Hat Enters Room: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  13. Insert of Page In Book—“CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE”: “Gruesome Tales No.1” by Rapee-Axt
  14. Husband Picks Up Wife’s Picture: “Dramatic Finale” by Noyes
  15. Insert of Page In Book—“INFLICTED WOUNDS”: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  16. Man in High Hat Scene: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  17. Change of Scene Back To Husband: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  18. He’s Sending Me Away: “Andante Appassionato” by Soro
  19. Change of Scene Back To Husband: “A Mysterious Fable” by Juon
  20. Secretary Leaves Office: “Eccitamento” by Retlaw
  21. Early Morning: Repeat No.13 “Gruesome Tales No.1”
  22. Maid Screams: “Gruesome Tales No.2” by Rapee-Axt
  23. Group Seen In Office: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  24. Criminologist Enters Home: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  25. He Died From A Gun Shot: “Suspicions” by Baron
  26. This Is A Cinch: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  27. Uncle, Wife and Help Called In For Examination: “The House of Mistery” by Becce
  28. At Eleven O’Clock A Bell Rang: “Mystification” by Hosmer
  29. Criminologist Seen At Piano: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  30. Do You Know Of, Anyone Who Wanted: “Omens” by Schad
  31. Where Were You Last Night: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  32. Close-Up of Criminologist At Piano: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  33. Detective Interrupts Pianist: Repeat No.8 “High and Low Jinks”
  34. Detective Walks Over To Maid: “Comic Misterioso” by Berge
  35. Detective Walks Over To Wife: “Dramatic Tension No.6” by Zamecnik
  36. Marlow Enters: “The Desperate Lover” by Carr
  37. Now I’m Going To Start Some Third Degreeing: “Angry Tongues” by Weberbauer
  38. Criminologist Starts Playing Piano: Piano Solo—pianist watch screen for amateur playing
  39. Detective Interrupts Piano Playing: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  40. Jack, What Really Hapend: “Love’s Emotion” by Marquardt
  41. Group Enters Bedroom: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  42. Whose Room Is That?: “A Mysterious Event” by Zamecnik
  43. Detective Gets Out of Bed: “Fleeting Shadows” by Weiss
  44. Fade-In To Pistol Shot: Repeat No.5 “Unfinished Symphony”
  45. Tell Them What He Said Isn’t True: “Second Love Tragedy” by Savino
  46. Criminologist Says He Didn’t Do It: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”
  47. I Was Behind The Curtain: “Symphonic Incidentals No.13” by Marquardt
  48. Murch, We Should Be Proud of Ourselves: Repeat No.1 “Parade Fantastique”

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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