True Heaven

Title: True Heaven

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: THEME “True Heaven” by Kernel
  2. In A Belgian Village: “Hurry No.3” by Lake
  3. Any Town Looks Jolly After: “Tommy Atkins” by Friml
  4. –Dieser Offizier Von Der: “Fraueuther Porzellan-Puppchen” by Lincke
  5. O’Brien Walks Into Headquarters: “British Patrol” by Linden
  6. O’Brien Leaves Headquarters: Repeat No.4
  7. Fade-In To Interior of Home: Repeat No.3 “Tommy Atkins”
  8. O’Brien Enters Café: “Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo?” by McHugh

SEGUE: Play “Keep The Home Fires Burning” by Novello

  1. Girl Jumps Up On Bar and Embraces O’Brien: Repeat No.4
  2. My Name Is—Judith: Repeat THEME No.1
  3. Look Out for Barbed Wire: Play “Keep The Home Fires Burning” by Novello (Play Lively)
  4. O’Brien and Judith Enter Room: Repeat No.3 “Tommy Atkins”
  5. Judith Sits On O’Brien’s Lap: Repeat THEME No.1
  6. Siren Horn Blows: “Battle of Ypres” by Borch
  7. Judith Walks Over To O’Brien After Explosion In Cellar: “Romance in F” by Tschaikowsky
  8. Fade-In To Judith and O’Brien After She Cauterizes His Wound: Repeat THEME No.1
  9. Judith Is Rescued: “Cheer, Boys, Cheer” by Lake
  10. Get Ready At Once: Repeat THEME No.1
  11. Change of Scene To Hospital: Repeat No.4
  12. On The Outskirts of Hautecroix: “Loyal Comrades” by Blakenburg
  13. Change of Scene To English Headquarters: Repeat No.5 “British Patrol”
  14. Close-Up Of German Cross: “Looms of Fate” by St. Saens
  15. Fade-In To O’Brien Walking Thru German Village: “German Patrol” by Schrader (Play quietly)
  16. Another Bavarian Comrade: “Der gute Kamerad” by Lake
  17. Band Seen Playing: “Bierwalzer” by See
  18. O’Brien Sees Girl Sitting On Fence: Repeat No.4
  19. O’Brien Enters Church: “Verlassen bin I” by Lake (Organ Solo)
  20. People Start To Leave Church: Repeat THEME No.1
  21. O’Brien and Judith Seen Outside of Church: Frhlingsliebe” by Pasternack
  22. O’Brien and Judith Enter Home: “Happiness” by Schad
  23. To The End of the War: Repeat THEME No.1
  24. Judith Sees Vision of Herself Taking Oath; “Deutschland uber Alles” by Lake
  25. O’Brien Walks Over To Judith: Repeat THEME No.1
  26. Second Fade-In To Judith Taking Oath: Repeat No.32 “Deutschland uber Alles”
  27. Judith Leaves Room: “Desperation” by Schad
  28. Judith Returns To Room: Repeat THEME No.1
  29. Fade-In To Clock: “The Desperate Lover” by Carr
  30. After Fade-Out of Soldiers: “Demande d’Amour” by Drigo
  31. O’Brien Sees German Soldiers Thru Window: “Seduction” by Baron
  32. I Can Understand—It Was: Repeat THEME No.1
  33. O’Brien Leaves: “Ondes Mysterieuses” by Franceschi
  34. Judith Sees O’Brien Captured By Two Soldiers: “Ich Liebe Dich” by Grieg
  35. German Headquarters Seen: “Facing Death” by Becce
  36. Fade-In To Judith With German Officer: “Supplication” by Baron
  37. You Say I Have Earned: “Extase” by Ganne
  38. Then You Will Save Him: “Grand Dramatic Scene” by Leuschner
  39. Judith Sees O’Brien Thru Window: “Cortege” by Rapee-Axt
  40. Change of Scene To Officers: “Fate” by Biermann
  41. Armistice: Repeat THEME No.1

Source: Carl Braun Collection


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