Music and Performing Arts Library Frank Skinner Movie Scores and Sound Recordings

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Title: Music and Performing Arts Library Frank Skinner Movie Scores and Sound Recordings, 1937-1966Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 35/3/100

Primary Creator: Skinner, Frank (1897-1968)

Extent: 6.25 cubic feet

Arrangement: This collection is organized into two series: Series 1: Movie Scores (1938-1966), and Series 2: Sound Recordings (1940-1942). Series 1 is organized chronologically by each film score's year of composition and then alphabetically within each year. Series 2 is organized alphabetically by the title of the movie.

Date Acquired: 10/11/2019. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Composers, film music, Instrumental music, Music, Music -- Illinois, Music - United States, Music Composition, Music Library

Formats/Genres: Sheet music

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of film scores by the composer Frank Skinner and audio recordings. The scores in this collection were created between 1938-1966, during Skinner's time working at Universal Studios. Accompanying many of the scores are copyright documents which list publisher and other information about each of the compositions within the score, as well as clerical information about the score. The vast majority of the scores in the collection are published scores, but this collection also contains multiple publisher drafts.

The audio recordings of Skinner's movie scores are songs and other music by Frank Skinner.

Biographical Note

Frank Skinner (1897-1968) was born in Meridosia, Illinois on December 31, 1897. He began his musical career playing piano with his brother Carl on several American vaudeville circuits. In the 1930s, he began arranging songs for New York area dance bands. In 1934 he published F. Skinner's Simplified Method of Modern Arranging. In 1936, he moved to Hollywood to become a film composer, his debut came in an arrangement for MGM's The Great Ziegfield. The bulk of his career was spent at Universal Studios, where he worked from 1937 until 1966. During this time he became known for his horror film music, although he wrote music for several other genres including westerns, historical hiction, and romance films. His most significant film scores were written for Son of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Saboteur, Arabian Nights, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Spring Parade, House of the Seven Gables, Mad About Music, Shenandoah, The Amazing Mrs. Holiday, Written on the Wind, Black Street, Imitation of Life, and Ride to the Hangman's Tree. He was nominated for five oscars for best music score in 1939, 1941, 1942, 1943, and 1944, but never won.

Subject/Index Terms

Composers
film music
Instrumental music
Music
Music -- Illinois
Music - United States
Music Composition
Music Library

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: 12 CDs of sound tracks from Skinner movie scores donated by Ray Faiola on November 24, 2021.

Acquisition Source: University of Illinois, Music and Performing Arts Library

Acquisition Method: Transferred from the University of Illinois Music and Performing Arts Library to the Sousa Archives on October 11, 2019.


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Series 1: Movie Scores, 1937-1966Add to your cart.

Includes scores by Frank Skinner dated between 1938-1966. Contains the sheet music of both bound published scores and publisher drafts, as well as a summary sheet showing the order in which each piece appears in the movie and the corresponding Reel number. Arranged alphabetically by title of movie. Detailed description of each movie included. Titles of pieces in each score are shown in order in which they appear in the movie, including Reel number (when available) and number of each piece.

Composer of each piece within a movie is Frank Skinner unless otherwise noted. This material is found on both a summary sheet usually included in the bound volume and in the accompanying score. Pieces composed by composers other than Skinner are noted and include the composer's name. The scores of such pieces are sometimes included in the bound volume. If the score is not included, the description will so indicate. When a composition is used in multiple places throughout the movie and is composed by someone other than Skinner, sometimes the piece will not include the score and sometimes (when it is part of another item) it will include the score for identified measures. In such cases, the description for each item is assumed to have a score unless otherwise noted that the score is not included.

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Folder 1: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 0: "Emblem"; 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Monster #1"; 3) "Just a Wolf"; 4) "The House of Horrors."  Reel II: 5) "Dracula's Legend, Part 1"; 6) "Dracula's Legend, Part 2"; 7) "Dracula Rises"; 8) "Franken Skinner's Monster."  Reel III: 9) "Out Monstered"; 10) "Simple Brain."  Reel IV: 11) "Almost a Wolf."  Reel V:  12) "The Monster's Lap"; 13) It's Swing Again."  Reel VI: 14) "Diary of Live and Death"; 15) "Master"; 16) "It Happened Again" from "Ride the Pale Horse," score not included.  Reel VII: 17) "Theme - Fox Trot" from "Hi, Beautiful," score not provided; 18) "One More Kiss" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 19) "Sandra, the Vampire"; 20) "Broussard, Jr."; 21) "Theme -  Fox Trot" from "Hi, Beautiful," score not included; 22) "Dracula Hits Jackpot."  Reel VIII: 23) "The Bloodhounds"; 24) "Preparing the Monster"; 25) "Wilbur Trapped."  Reel IX: 26) "Monster Chase, Part I"; 27) "Monster Chase, Part II'; 28) "Monster Chase, Part 2"; 29) "End Title aand Cast."
Folder 2: All That Heaven Allows, 1956Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: "Main Title"; 2) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3) "Main Title"; 4) "A Love of Trees (Why?)," composed by Robert Schumann, arr. by Frank Skinner; 5) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 6) "Radio."  Reel II: 7) "Dance #1"; 8) "I Am, Are You?", composed by Milton Rosen; 9) "Why?", composed by Robert Schumann, arr. by Frank Skinner; 10) "Harvey Proposes"; 11) "Why?", composed by Robert Schumann, arr. by Frank Skinner; 12) "Ron's Home"; 13) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel III: 14) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 15) "Love Is Born"; 16) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 17) "Love Is Born"; 18) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 19) "I'll See You"; 20) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner. 21) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 22) "May In December."  Reel IV: 23) "Ron's Faith"; 24) "Symphony #1." composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 25) "Ron's Faith"; 26) "Rovey Eye," composed by Frederick Herbert and Arnold Hughes; 27) "To the Old Mill."  Reel V: 28) "It Cannot Be"; 29) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 30) "It Cannot Be"; 31) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 32) "It Cannot Be"; 33) "Consolation #3," composed Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 34) "At Last"; 35) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr.. by Frank Skinner; 36) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 37) "At Last"; 38) ""Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr by Frank Skinner; 39) "Town Gossip"; 40) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VI: 41) "Outsider (Consolation #3)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 42) "Slightly Sentimental," score not included, composed by Everett Carter and Milton Rosen.  Reel VII: 43) "Slightly Sentimental," score not included, composed by Everett Carter and Milton Rosen; 44) "Ned's Bitter Ultimatum"; 45) "Anguish."  Reel VIII: 46) "Altar of Convention"; 47) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 48) "Alter of Convention"; 49) "Surprise Meeting"; 50) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 51) "Joy To the World," score not included, composed by G. F. Handel.  Reel IX: 52) "Sad Christmas"; 53) "Why?", composed by Robert Schumann, arr. by Frank Skinner; 54) "Doctor's Prescription."  Reel X: 55) "Hunting Accident"; 56) "Midnight Summons"; 57) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 58) "Where the Heart Is"; 59) "Why?", composed by Robert Schumann, arr. by Frank Skinner; 60) "End Title"; 61) "Symphony #1," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 62) "Consolation #3," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 63) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Appaloosa, The, 1966Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "The Lie."  Reel II: 3) "The Lie"; 4) "Trini Trapped"; "5) "No Sale"; 6) "Seeing Chuy Chewed"; 7) "Vamos A Pescar," score not included, composed by Frank Skinner, lyrics by Amapola Del Vando; 8) "The Intruder."  Reel III: 9) "Horses Pass"; 10) "Rancheros"; 11) "Horse Stealing."  Reel IV: 12) "Horse Stealing"; 13) "It's a Drag"; 14) :"Adios."  Reel V: 15) "Determined"; 16) "Vaya Con Dios"; 17) "The Hanging Man."  Reel VI: 18) "Grave Situation"; 19) "Canteena Guitars, #1"; 20) "Canteena Guitars #2"; 21) "Canteena Guitars #1."  Reel VII: 22) "Welcome Matt"; 23) "Gringo Go"; 24) "Trini"; 25) "Caughr In the Act."  Reel VIII: 25) "Caught In the Act."  Reel IX: "The Losers";  27) "Where There's Life"; 28) "No Witch Doctor"; 29) "The Hideout."  Reel X: 30) "Trini's Story"; 31) "Crude Awakening"; 32) "Up and At 'Em."  Reel XI:  33) "Word of Warning"; 34) "Adios Ramos"; 35) "Silent Tribute"; 36) "The Set Up"; 37) "Sweating It Out."  Reel XII: 38) "Duel In the Sun"; 39) "Back To the Ranch"; 40) "End Title and End Cast."
Folder 4: Arabian Nights, 1943Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary sheet not included; no Reel numbers. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "A Story of Bagdad"; 3) "The Execution, Part 1"; 4) "Carnival"; 5) "The Execution, Part 2"; 6) "The Arrow"; 7) "The Ring"; 8) "Aladdin's Lamp"; 9) "Leaving Town"; 10) "The New Caliph"; 11) "Beardless"; 12) "Sheheradzade";  13 "Caliph Summons Sheherazade"; 14) "Sold To Slavery"; 15) "Reading Of Proclamation"; 16) "Torture Chamber"; 17) "Slave Market"; 18) "Slave Girl Auctions Herself"; 19) "Sheherazade On Auction Block"; 20) "Jail Break"; 21) "Go El Sahmra"; 22) "Blacksmith Shop"; 23) "Together At Last"; 24) "Tent City"; 25) "On the Spot"; 26) "Sabu Enters Harem"; 27) "Ali Delivrs Message"; 28) "Nadan's Plan"; 29) "Escort"; 30) "Ali To the Rescue"; 31) "Haroun's Command"; 32) " A Story of Bagdad"; 33) "Arabian Dance," composed by Charles Previn and George Parrish; 34) "The Rightful Caliph"; 35) "Fight To a Finish"; 36) "End Title"; 37) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: Away All Boats, 1956Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Dave and His Ship"; 3) "Belinda Talks." Reel II: 4) "Underway (Alternate)," composer, Heinz Roemheld; 5) "Shakedown"; 6) "Battle Practice," composer, Heinz Roemheld. Reel III: 7) "Trial Run"; 8) "Not Good Enough"; 9) "Dave Wounded"; 10) "Ambition. Reel IV: 11) "First Action"; 12) "Makin' Landing. Reel V: 13) "Battle Montage. Reel VI: Tacet. Reel VII: 14) "The Albatross"; 15) "Accident"; 16) "Paravanes, Part I"; 17) "Paravanes, Part II"; 18) "By the Book." Reel VIII: 19) "Introduction to 8=AX," composer, Heinz Roemheld; 20) "I'll Remember April," composers: Don Raye, Gene De Paul and Pat Johnson; 21) "The Loved and the Lonely, Part I"; 22) "The Loved and the Lonely, Part II'; 23) "Sunday Morning"; 24) "From Me to You. Reel IX: 25) "Angry Dave"; 26) "Okinawa Montage." Reel X: 27) "Direct Hit"; 28) "Disabled Captain." Reel XI: 29) "Desperate Measures"; 30) "Dave Dives Down"; 31) "Air Bubble." Reel XII: 32) "The Captain's Plan"; 33) "Final Anchor"; 334) "End Title"; 35) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Back Street, 1961Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Jump For Joy, Source #1 (Jitterbug)"; 3) "Someday, Source #2"; 4) "Brief Encounters"; 5) "Come To Me, Source #3."  Reel II:  6) "Come To Me, Source #3"; 7) "The Beginning"; 8) "2nd Piano Concerto (Getting Acquainted)," composer: Johannes Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 9) "Love On a Picnic"; 10) "4th Symphony," composer: Johannes Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 11) "Love On a Picnic"; 12) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 13) "Love On a Picnic"; 14) "Discord."  Reel III: 15) "Discord"; 16) "3rd Symphony," composer: Johannes Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 17) "Discord"; 18) "Matter of Seconds"; 19) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 20) "Matter Of Seconds"; 21) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 22) "Matter of Seconds"; 23) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 24) "Matter of Seconds"; 25) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 26) "Matter of Seconds"; 27) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 28) "Matter of Seconds"; 29) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner.  Reel IV: 30) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 31) "Dalian's of New York"; 32) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 33) "Dalian's of New York"; 34) "News From Janie"; 35) "Good News"; 36) "Street Scene"; 37) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 38) "Street Scene."  Reel V: 39) "Gentle Rebuff"; 40) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 41) "Gentle Rebuff"; 42) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 43) "Dalian's Of Rome"; 44) "Giaconda, Source #4."  Reel VI: 45)"Remember When" ("Royal Lady" from The Tattered Dress), composers: Al Skinner and Frank Skinner; 46) "Portrait of Liz"; 47) "The Children"; 48) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner;49) "The Children"; 50) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 51) "The Children"; 52) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 53) "Reflections"; 54) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 55) "Reflections," Frank Skinner; 56) "Rae's Decision."  Reel VII: 57) "Rae's Decision"; 58) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 59) "Rae's Decision"; 60) "Moonlight Swim"; 61) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 62) "Bitter Pill"; 63) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 64) "Bitter Pill"; 65) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 66) "Silent Farewell."  Reel VIII: 67) "Silent Farewell"; 68) "Candles & Cables"; 69) "Gay Paree"; 70) "2nd Piano Concerto," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 71) "Gay Paree"; 72) "Romantic Interlude"; 73) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 74) "Romantic Interlude."  Reel IX: 75) "Romantic Interlude"; 76) "Exposed"; 77) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner.  Reel X: 78) "Exposed"; 79) "You, Source #6"; 80) "Lonely Interlude"; 81) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 82) "Lonely Interlude"; 83) "Omaha, Source #7"; 84) "Homesick"; 85) "Bitter Onslaught."  Reel XI: 86) "Defiant Son"; 87) "Fashion Poster Montage"; 88) "Bridal Gown"; 89) "Hell Hath No Fury"; 90) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 91) "Hell Hath No Fury"; 92) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 93) "Hell Hath No Fury"; 94) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 95) "The Last Call"; 96) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner.  Reel XII: 97) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 98) "Last Call"; 99) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 100) "Last Call"; 101) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 102) "What Might Have Been"; 103) "2nd Piano Concerto," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 104) "What Might Have Been"; 105) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 106) "3rd Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 107) "4th Symphony," composer: J. Brahms; adaptation: Frank Skinner; 108) "End Title."
Folder 3: Battle Hymn, 1956Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr: by Frank Skinner; 3) "Sunday Morning"; 4) "Not With Me"; 5) "The Big Mistake"; 6) "The Big Mistake."  Reel !!: 7) "What a Friend We Have In Jesus," public domain, score not included; 8) "New Beginning"; 9) "Briefed and Briefing."  Reel III:10) "Shaping Up"; 11) "Future Developments"; 12) "Fledgling Flyers"; 13) "Little Brown Jug," arr. by Frank Skinner; 14) "Thanksgiving Grace"; 15) "Wait for the Wagon," arr.. by Frank Skinner.  Reel IV: 16) "Plenty For All"; 17) "Those Little Kids."  Reel V:  18) "Faith Pays Off"; 19) "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr. by Frank Skinner; 20) "Womanly Wiles"; 21) "Worthless Report"; 22) "Problem Solved, Part 1."  Reel VI: 23) "Problem Solved, Part 2"; 24) "For Admiral Herman."  Reel VII: 25) "The Safe Place"; 26) "Found Out"; 27) "Storked."  Reel VIII: 28) "Legend of the Pines'; 29) "Bitter Choice."  Reel IX: 30) "These Troubled Times"; 31) "Korean Folk Song," public domain, score not included.  Reel X: 32) "Target Straight Ahead"; 33) "The Last Pass."  Reel XI: 34) "How To Die"; 35) "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr. by Frank Skinner; 36) "A Measure of Peace"; 37) "Korean Lullaby," arr. by Frank Skinner; 38) "Premonition"; 39) "Attack On Temple."  Reel XII: 40) "Weary Cavalcade"; 41) "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," public domain, score not included; 42) "Strafed"; 43) "Written Off"; 44) "The Orphanage"; 45) "End Title, Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr. by Frank Skinner.; 46) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: Because Of You, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Because of  You (Main Title)," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 2) "Chaquita"; 3) "Mister Five By Five," composed by Don Raye and Gene de Paul, score not included; 4) "Life Begins (Revised)"; 5) "Here's Your Kiss," composed by Everett Carter and Milton Rosen, score not included; 6) "This Is the Life."  Reel II: 7) "I Didn't Mean It."  Reel III: 8) "When We're Married"; 9) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 10) "When We're Married"; 11) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 12) "When We're Married"; 13) "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," composed by Don Raye and Hugiie Prince, score not included; 14) "Gazin' At the Moon"; 15) "Secret Wedding"; 16) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson.  Reel IV: 17) "Cielito Lindo," public domain, score not included; 18) "A Long Time Ago"; 19) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 20) "A Long Time Ago"; 21) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 22) "Surprise Package (New Introduction); 23) "Surprise Package"; 24) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson.  Reel V: 25) "Kim Montage"; 26) "Out Of the Past"; 27) "La Cucaracha," public domain, score not included; 28) "Cielito Lindo," public domain, score not included.  Reel VI: 29) "Dope Smuggling."  Reel VII: 30) "Marriage Dissolved"; 31) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 32) "Marriage Dissolved"; 33) "Magic Montage."  Reed VIII: 34) "Magic Record"; 35) "Magic Record"; 36)  "Miss Marvel, Part 1"; 37) "Miss Marvel, Part 2": 38) "Letter From Daddy."  Reel IX: 39) "Face To Face"; 40) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 41) "Goodbye Kim"; 42) "Mickey Mouse"; 43) "Angel Face.  Reel X: 44) "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year," composed by Frank Loesser; 45) "Letter From Marvie, Part 1"; 46) "Letter From Marvie, Part 2"; 47) "Because Of You," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson; 48) "Letter from Marvie, Part 2"; 49) "End Title (Because of You)," composed by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson.
Folder 2: Bed Time For Bonzo, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main TItle"; 2) "Don"t Jump Bonzo."  Reel II: 3) "Cradle Song," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 4)  "Cradle Song," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel III: 5) "Just Like a Baby"; 6) "Mama Loves Papa"; 7) "What Are Little Boys Made Of?", public domain, score not included; 8) "Bonzo's Bedtime."  Reel IV: 9) "Mama Loves Papa"; 10) "Experimental Bonzo"; 11) "Theme - Fox Trot (Hi, Beautiful)," score with this title not included; 12) What Are Little Boys Made Of?", public domain, score not included; 13) "Sweet Dreams, Bonzo."  Reel V: 14) "Bonzo Up a Tree"; 15) "Bonzo Turns In the Alarm."  Reel VI: 16) "Broken Engagement."  Reel VII: 17) "Monday: Dr. Norman"; 18) "Happy Birthday, Bonzo"; 19) "Double Trouble"; 20) "The Necklace, Part 1."  Reel VIII: 21) "The Necklace, Part 2"; 22) "Peter Trapped."  Reel IX: 23) "Bonzo Returns Necklace"; 24) "End Title"; 25) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Bonzo Goes To College, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "My Old Kentucky Home," public domain, score not included; 3)" Blue Danube Waltz," public domain, score not included; 4) "My Old Kentucky Home," public domain, score not included; 5) "Blue Danube Waltz," public domain, score not included; 6) "Old Folks At Home," public domain, score not included; 7) "Darling Nellie Gray," public domain, score not included; 8) "Bonzo Hits the Road"; 9) "Reel 1 - CX."  Reel II:10) "Banana Termites"; 11) "Boys Will Be Boys, part 1 (Week End With Father)"; 12) "Gateson T.V. Music"; 13) "At the Lake (Swell Guy)."  Reel III: 14) "Bonzo Moves In"; 15) "My Dream (Ride the Pink Horse)," score not included; 16) "Betsy's Surprise"; 17) "A Chimpanzee?"; 18) "Ready For Breakfast"; 19) "Adopting Bonzo, Part 1."  Reel IV: 20) "Adopting Bonzo, Part 2";  21) "Alias Elmer Greer"; 22) "Bonzo Carries the Mail, Part 1"; 23) "Reel 4:CX" - (New ending "Bonzo Carries the Mail, Part 1").  Reel V: 24)  "Bonzo Carries the Mail, Part 2"; 25) "Judge's Decision"; 26) "Grandpa Gateson"; 27) "Gateson's Telegram."  Reel VI: 28) "Bonzo Kidnapped"; 29) "C.B. Meets Bonzo"; 30) "C.B. Reforms."  Reel VII: 31) "College Exam"; 32) "Bonzo's Training Montage"; 33) "Reel 7:BX" (New ending for "Bonzo's Training Montage"); 34) "Bonzo's Double."  Reel VIII: "35) "Bonzo Kidnapped"; 36) "Cheer the Team"; 37) "Owens March"; 38) "Owens March"; 39) "At the Dock (Back Street)," score not included; 40) "Cheer the Team"; 41) "At the Dock (Back Street)," score not included 42) "Cheer the Team); 43) "Owens March"; 44) "At the Lake (Swell Guy)," score not included.  Reel IX: 45) "Bonzo Locked Up"; 46) "Bonzo Escapes"; 47) "Down the Field"; 48) "Pawlton"; 49) "Pawlton"; 50) "Pawlton"; 51) "Pawlton"; 52) "End Title."
Folder 4: Canyon Passage, 1946Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary sheet not included. Many pieces not included in the bound scores. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include: 1) No score for #1; 2) "Logan Stuart"; 3) "Freshening Up"; 4) "Belle Off the Ball"; 5) "Attempted Robbery'; 6 - 8) No score for #6-8; 9) "Bed Time'; 10 - 17) No score for #10-17; 18) "Cabin Raising"; 19) "Cabin Completed"; 20 - 28) No score for #20-28; 29) "Bragg's Attack"; 30) "Indian Girl"; 31 - 35) No score for #31-35; 36) "Bartletts Killed"; 37) "Dances Attacked"; 38) "Bragg Killed"; 39) "Caroline Home."
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Folder 1: Captain Newman, M.D., 1963Add to your cart.

Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Emblem"; 2) "Main Title."  Reel II: 3) "Yankee Doodle,'" public domain, parody lyric by Frederick Herbert and Richard L. Breen, score not included. Reel III: 4) "Hey Good Looking (Hawaiian Nights)," composed by Frank Loesser and Matty Malneck, score not included.  Reel IV: 5) "I'll Remember April (Ride 'Em Cowboy)," composed by Don Raye and Gene De Paul, score not included; 6) "Little Brown Jug (The Glen Miller Story)." public domain, arr. by Henry Mancini, score not included; 7) "Little Brown Jug (The Glen Miller Story)." public domain, arr. by Henry Mancini, score not included; 8) "Little Brown Jug (The Glen Miller Story)." public domain, arr. by Henry Mancini, score not included.  Reel V: 9) "Departure and Arrival."  Reel VI: 10) "Guitar Noodling."  Reel VII: Tacet.  Reel VIII: 11) "Blue Grotto"; 12) "Slumber Party."  Reel IX 13) "Slumber Party."  Reel X:  14) "Tragic Bliss"; 15) "Washington Post March," public domain, composed by John Philip Sousa, score  not inckuded; 16) "The Thunderer," public domain, composed by John Philip Sousa, score  not included.  Reel XI: Tacet.  Reel XII: Tacet.  Reel XIII: Tacet.  Reel XIV: 17) "We Three Kings," public domain, arr. by Milton Rosen; 18) "Adeste Fideles," public domain, arr. by Milton Rosen; 19) "Santa Lucia March," public domain, arr. by Russell Garcia; 20) "Ha-Vah Na-Gi-Lah," public domain, arr. by Milton Rosen; 21) "Santa Lucia March," public domain, arr. by Russell Garcia; 22) "Jingle Bells, End Title," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner..

Deleted from picture, scores included in bound score: "Ward Seven";  "Looking Ahead"; "The Winstons"; "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear," public domain, arr. by Milten Rosen.

Folder 2: Chief Crazy Horse, 1954Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Once Upon a Time"; 3) "Prophesy"; 4) "Indian Death Chant"; 5) "Crazy Horse's Vision."  Reel II; 6) "Crazy Horse Grown Up"; 7) "Little Big Man"; 8) "White Man Rescued"; 9) "Father and Son"; 10) "Indian Love, Part 1."  Reel III: 11) "Indian Love, Part 2"; 12) "Indian Courting Chant"; 13) "Little Big Man Disgraced"; 14) "Outcast"; 15) "Bugle Call," score not included.  Reel IV; 16) "Forbidden Gold"; 17) "Broken Treaty Montage."  Reel V: 18) "Bugle Call," score not included; 19) "Bugle Call," score not included; 20) "Crazy Horse, War Chief"; 21) "Returning Braves"; "22) "After Victory."  Reel VI: 23) "Twists Peril"; 24) "Stallion Of the Vision"; 25) "Stallion Of the Vision, Part 2"; 26) "Indian Chant and War Dance"; 27) "Fateful Decision"; 28) "Indian Chant and War Dance"; 29) "Red Backed Hawk."  Reel VII: 30) "Battle Of the Rosebud, Part 1"; 31) "Battle Of the Rosebud, Part 2"; 32) "General Crooks Defeat."  Reel VIII: 33) "Release Him"; 34) "Cartwright's Justice"; 35) "Victorious Warriors"; 36) "Indian Death Chant"; 37) "Ethereal Voices"; 38) "Custer."  Reel IX: 39) "Indian Chant and Scalp Dance"; "40) "Defeat By Winter"; 41) "Crazy Horse Gives Up"; 42) "Bugle Call and Drums," score not included; 43) "On the Reservation."  Reel X: "Prophecy Fulfilled"; 45) "End Title"; 46) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Comanche Territory, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) James Bowie"; 3) "Bowie Captured"; 4) "Arrows Of Death."  Reel II: 5) "Quisima"; 6) "Knife Cuts Two Ways"; 7) "Indian Camp"; 8) "Quisima Friend"; 9) "Katie Agrees"; 10) "Katie"; 11) "Beer Gallop."  Reel III: 12) "Piano Improvising," score  not included.  Reel IV: 13) "Pass the Word"; 14) "Ciarmela"; 15) "Stacey, the Boss"; 16) "Quisima Doubts."  Reel V: 17) "False Tongue"; 18) "Tommyhawk"; 19) "Katie Agrees"; 20) "Herb Revere"; 21) "Oh, Mirandy."  Reel VI: "Heigho! The Morning Dew (Irish Folk Song)," public domain; 23) "Daniel In the Lion's Den."  Reel VII: 24) "Being Missed"; 25) "Piano Improvising," score not included; 26) "Comanches Betrayed"; 27) "Wagon Chase."  Reel VIII: 28) "Stacey's Raid, Part 1"; 29) "Stacey's Raid, Part 2"; 30) "End Title"; 31 "End Cast."
Folder 4: Dark Mirror, 1946Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Dimitri Tiomkin and Frank Skinner. Summary sheet not included. Compositions include: Reel 1-A: 1) "Main Title, composed by Frank Skinner.  Reel 1-B: 2) "Witnesses Identify Teeresa," composed by Dimitri Tiomkin; 3) "Unexpected Shock, Part 1," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 2-A: 4) "Unexpected Shock, Part 2," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 2-B: 5) "Twin Sisters, Part 1," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 2-C: 6) "Twin Sisters, Part 2," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 3-A: 7) "Police Line-Up," composed by D. Tiomkin; 8) "Rusty Surprised," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 4-A: 10) "Lieutenant's Request," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 4-B: 11) "Ruth's Fear," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 4-C: 12) "Terry's Ink Blot Test, Part 1," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 5--A:  13) "Terry's Ink Blot Test, Part 2, composed by D.Tiomkin; 14) "Ruth's Ink Blot Test," composed by D. Tiomkin; 15) "Terry's Warning," composed by F. Skinner.  Reel 5-B: 16) "One Insane," composed by F. Skinner; 17) "Ruth's Association Test," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 6-A:  18) "Scott and Ruth," composed by F. Skinner; 19) "Sleeping Pills," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 7-A: 20) "Lie Detector - 1," composed by F. Skinner; 21) "Lie Detector - 2," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 7-B: 22) "Telephone Call," composed by D. Tiomkin; 23) "Sky Room," composed by D. Tiomkin. Scores for # 24 & 25 not included. Reel 8-B: 26) "Date With Elliott," composed by D. Tiomkin; score for # 27 not included; 28) "Music Box," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 9-A: 29) "Terry's Bluff, Part 1," composed by D. Tiomkin; 30) "Terry's Bluff, Part 2," composed by D. Tiomkin.  Reel 9-B: 31) "Terry's Lie," composed by D.Tiomkin; score for # 31 not included; 33) "End Title," composed by D. Tiomkin.
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Folder 1: Desert Hawk, The, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Caliph Arrives"; 3) "Sand Dance"; 4) "The Desert Hawk"; 5) "Princess"; 6) "Signal."  Reel II: 7) "Omar Discovered"; 8) "End Title"; 9) "Sabu Enters Harem (Arabian Nights)"; 10) "Night In Paradise," composed by Jack Brooks and Frank Skinner; 11) "The Proposal"; 12) "The Marriage"; 13) "The Morning After."  Reel III: 14) Gong (no score included); 15) "It Reeks"; 16) "Hawk Chased"; 17) "It Reeks"; 18) Gong (no score included); 19) "Kibar's Delight."  Reel IV: 20) "Kibar Trifles"; 21) "Dirty Assassin"; 22) "Slave Market."  Reel V: 23) "Slave Market"; 24) Horn call (no score included); 25) "Omar Discovered"; 26) Gong (no score included); 27) "Princess Sold."  Reel VI: 28) "Princess Sold"; 29) "Oasis"; 30) "Princess Subdued"; 31) "Tricked"; " 32) "Princess Subdues"; 33) "Tricked"; 34) "Caliph Arrives"; 35) "Kibar Passes."  Reel VII: 36) Gong (no score included); 37) Gong (no score included); 38) "High Dungeon"; 39) "The Shadow."  Reel VIII: 40) "Caliph Arrives"; 41) Gong (no score included); 42) "Kibar Passes"; 43) "Murad Hawked"; 44) "Boudoir"; 45) "End Title"; 46) "Completely Yours," composed by Dan Shapiro and Lester Lee.
Folder 2: Desert Legion, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) Bugle call (no score included); 3) Bugle call (no score included);4) Bugle call (no score included); 5) Bugle call (no score included); 6) "Paul Ambushed, Part 1."  Reel II: 7) "Paul Ambushed, Part 2"; 8) "Trust Me."  Reel III: 9) "Plevko's Afflictrion"; 10) "Letter From Morjana."  Reel IV: 11) "Madara, Part 1"; 12) Drums (no score included); 13) "Madara, Part 2"; 14) "Sing Along," public domain, lyrics by Lewis Meltzer; arr. by Milton Rosen; 15) "Morjana Watches."  Reel V: 16) Gong and bells (no score included); 17) "Sword Dance, Part 2"; 18) "Sword Dance, Part 3"; 19) "Sword Dance, Part 4"; 20. Gong (no score included).  Reel VI: 21) "Let's Pretend"; 22) "Falling In Love."  Reel VII: 23) "Attempted Murder"; 24) Bugle call (no score included); 25) "The Jereed."  Reel VIII: 26) "Omar Takes Over"; 27) "The New King"; 28) "Death By Stoning"; 29) "The Acrobats."  Reel IX: 30) Drums (no score included). 31) "Khalil's Plan"; 32) "Dungeon Break"; 33) "Paul To the Rescue, Part 1."  Reel X: 34) "Hold Your Fire"; 35) Bugle call (no score included); 36) Bugle call (no score included); 37) "Paul To the Rescue, Part 2"; 38) Bugle call (no score included); 39) "Omar Dies"; 40) "End Title (French Legion March)"; 41) "End Cast (French Legion March)".
Folder 3: Double Crossbones, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main TItle"; 2) "Brook Duel"; 3) "Pant Trouble"; 4) "Governor's Carriage."  Reel II: 5) "Davey's Escape"; 6) "Caleb's Murder"; 7) Piano improvising (no score included).  Reel III: 8) Piano improvising (no score included); 9) Piano improvising (no score included); 10) Piano improvising (no score included); 11) Piano improvising (no score included); 12)" Percy Had a Heart!," composed by Dan Shapiro and Lester Lee; 13) "Sea Voyage"; 14) "Captain's Orders."  Reel IV: 15) "The Pox"; 16) "Ship Ahoy"; 17) " Bloodthirsty Dave."  Reel V: 18) "Lady Sylvia Accepts"; 19) "Captain Bloodthirsty"; 20) "Song of Adventure," composed by Dan Shapiro and Lester Lee; 21) "Captain Bloodthirsty"; 22) "Pirate Duel."  Reel VI: 23) "Davey's Waltz"; 24) "Davey's Minuet."  Reel VII: 25) "Davey Returns"; 26) "Bott's Plan"; 27) "Davey Escapes."  Reel VIII: 28) "Pirate Allies, Part 1"; 29) "Pirate Allies, Part 2"; 30. "Captain Bloodthirsty"; 31) "End Title"; 32) "Cast."
Folder 4: Egg and I, The, 1947Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Introduction"; 2) "Main Title"; 3) "The Homeymoon March," composed by George Posey, score not included.  4) "Goat Eats Hat";5) "Farmhouse #1"; 6) "Farmhouse #2"; 7) "Schedule"; 8)  Whistling ad lib (no score included); 9) "Repairing the Farm."  Reel 2: "10) "Indians"; 11) "Billy Reed"; 12) "Kettle Family."  Reel III: 13) "Betty's Garden"; 14) "The Headache"; 15) "Wedding Anniversary, Part 1"; 16) "Wedding Anniversary, Part 2"; 17) "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," composed by Beth Slater Whitson and Leo Friedman, score not included.  Reel IV: 18) "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," composed by Beth Slater Whitson and Leo Friedman, score not included; 19) "The Egg and I," composed by Harry Akst, Herman Ruby, Bert Kalmar and Al Jolson, score not included; 20) "Screen Test," composed by Freddy Slack, score not included; 21) "I Want To Be Talked About," composed by Jack Brooks and Edgar Fairchild, score not included; 22) "Tiger Rag," composed by Feist, score not included; 23) "Bounce Me Brother With a Solid  Four," composed by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, score not included; 24) "Tia Juana Tea Party," composed by Larry Russell, score not included; 25) "Jumpin' On Saturday Night," composed by Jack Brooks and Edgar Fairchild, score  not included; 26) "The Egg and I," composed by Harry Akst, Herman Ruby, Bert Kalmar and Al Jolson, score not included; 27) "Forest Fire, Part 1."  Reel V: 28) "Forest Fire, Part 2"; 29) "Morning After Fire"; 30) "Friendly Neighbors"; 31) "Hawaii Sang Me To Sleep," composed by Frank Loesser and Matty Malneck, score not included; 32) "Blue Danube Waltz," public domain, composed by Johann Strauss, score not included; 33) "The Sideshow," composed by Sam A. Pery, score not included; 34) "Sobre Las Olas," public domain, composed by Juventino Rosas, score not included; 35) "A Family Quarrel"; 36) "Southern Roses," public domain, composed by Johann Strauss, score not included; 37) "The Sideshow," composed by Sam A. Perry, score not included; 38) "Kaloe"; 39) "Waiting For Bob."  Reel 6:  40) "Albert, the Invisible"; 41) "TIme To Go Back"; 42) "I'm Through"; 43) "A New Chick"; 44) "Suspicious Woman"; 45) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Exile, The, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include:1) "Main Title"; 2) "The Market Place, Part 1"; 3) "The Market Place, Part 2" and "Come Live With Me," composed by Frank Skinner and Christopher Marlowe, arr. by Frank Skinner; 4)  "The Market Place, Part 1"; 5) "Time Not Ripe"; 6) "Charles' Plan"; 7) "The Barge"; 8)  "Katie Hires Charles" and "Come Live With Me," composed by Frank Skinner and Christopher Marlowe, arr. by Frank Skinner; 9) "Ingram's Mission"; 10) No title or score included; 11) "Pinner's Hoax"; 12) "A Suckling Pig"; 13) "Jan Lurks, Part 1"; 14) "Jan Lurks, Part 2"; 15) "A Helpful King" (based on "Come Live With Me"); 16) "The Countess"; 17) "Music Box"; 18) "Music Box";19) "Music Box"; 20) "The Countess Leaves, Part 1"; 21) "The Countess Leaves, Part 2"; 22) "Katie Jealous"; 23) "The Mortgage Paid"; 24) "Enter Ingram"; 25) "Look At Me"; 25) "Eluding the Roundheads, Part 1"; 27) "Eluding the Roundheads, Part 2"; 28) "The Mill Chase"; 29) "The Duel': 30) "Cavalier To the Rescue"; 31) "Unconditional Return"; 32) "Unconditional Return"; 33) "Long Live the King"; 34) "Preparations Musicale #1"; 35) "Preparations Musicale #2"; 36) "Preparations Musicale #1"; 37) "Preparations Musicale #2"; 38) "Katie's Farewell"; 39) "Charles' Farewell"; 40) "Fan Fare"; 41) "End Title."
Folder 2: Family Honeymoon, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Hen Party"; 3) "The Family" and "London Bridge," arr. by Frank Skinner; 4) "K-K-K Katy," composed by Jack Brooks and Godfrey O'Hara, score not included; 5) "Park Bench, Part 1."  Reel II: 6) "Park Bench, Part 1"; 7) "Park Bench, Part 2"; 8) "Pie Party"; 9) "Wedding Preparations."  Reel III: 10) "Getting Married"; 11) "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin, composed by Richard Wagner, score not included; 12) "Interrupted Love"; 13) "K-K-K Katy," composed by Jack Brooks and Godfrey O'Hara, score not included; 14) "Interrupted Love."  Reel V: 15) "Boys Found"; 16) "Bedfellows"; 17) "Insomnia"; 18) "Substitute Park Bench."  Reel VI: 19) "Grand Canyon"; 20) "Honeymoon Hotel"; 21) "Home On the Range," public domain, score not included; 22) "Going Western."  Reel VII: 23) "Minna's Trick"; 24) "Family Returns"; 25) "Daddy Takes Over"; 26) "Rescuing Panda."  Reel VIII: 27) "Rescuing Panda"; 28) "Family Gone."  Reel IX: 29) "Homecoming Plans"; 30) "Happy Homecoming To You," composed by Dane Lussier and Milton Schwarzwald, score not included; 31) "Gimme Some Skin My Friend," composed by Don Raye, Red Mack and Gene De Paul, score not included; 32) "I'm Looking For a Prince Of a Fellow," composed by Sidney Miller and Inez James, score not included; 33) "Park Bench, Part 1"; 34) "Please Louise," composed by Don Raye and Gene De Paul, score not included; 35) "Katie Hides."  Reel X: 36) "Happy Homecoming To You," composed by Dane Lussier and Milton Schwarzwald, score not included; 37) "End Title"; 38) "Cast."
Folder 3: Flame Of New Orleans, 1941Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title," composed by Frank Skinner and Charles Previn; 2) No title given, no score included; 3) "After the Opera"'; 4) "A Plot," composed by Frank Skinner, Charles Previn and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 5) "Stop the Horses," composed by Frank Skinner and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 6) through 14) No titles given, no scores included; 15) "Blooming Love," composed by Frank Skinner and Charles Previn; 16) "Dolled Up," composed by Frank Skinner and Charles Previn; 17) "Stopped," by Frank Skinner and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 18) No title given, no score included; 19) "Gowns," composed by Frank Skinner, Charles Previn and G. Donizetti, arr.by Frank Skinner; 20) through 23) No titles given, no scores included; 24) "Impersonation," composed by Frank Skinner, Charles Previn and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 25) "Showdown"; 26) No title given, no score included; 27) "Doing the Bamboola," composed by Charles Previn; 28) "Spying," composed by Frank Skinner and Charles Previn; 29) "Shanghaied," composed by Frank Skinner and Charles Previn; 30) "One Thrilling Night," composed by Frank Skinner and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 31) "One Thrilling Night," composed by Frank Skinner and G. Donizetti, arr. by Frank Skinner; 32) No title given, no score included; 33) "Mine at Last."
Folder 4: For the Love of Mary, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "White House"; 3) "Gustav, No. 1."�  Reel II: 4) "Gustav., No. 2"; 5) "Gustav, No. 3; 6) "On The Wings Of a Song" from "Roses From the South," composed by Johann Strauss, lyrics by Sidney Miller, adapted by Edgar Fairchild; 7) "Gustav, No. 4"; 8) "Brief Bridge."�  Reel III: 9) "The President In the Bag"; 10) "Eight-Thirty."�  Reel IV: 11) "Moonlight Bay," composed by Edward Madden and Percy Wenrich, score not included; 12) "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," public domain, composed by Thomas P. Westendorf, score not included; 13) "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," composed by Beth Slater Whitson and Leo Friedman, score not included; 14) "In the Gloaming," public domain, composed by Lady Arthur Hill, score�  not included; 15) "Cherry Blossoms"; 16) "Hiccup and Kiss."�  Reel V: 17) "The Square"; 18) "It's My Duty"; 19) "News Reel (Senator Was Indiscreet)," composed by L.E. De Francisco, score not included; 20) "Gustav, No. 5."�  Reel VI: "Gustav, No. 6"; 22) "Chase, Part 1" (from "Frontier Gal"), score not included;�  23) "Gustav, No. 7"; 24) Jozsi�  Bacsi" (from "Prescription For Romance"), composed by Charles Previn, score not included; 25) "Gustav, No. 9"; 26) "Wrong Again, Part 1."�  Reel VII: 27) "Wrong Again, Part 2"; 28) "Page One"; 29) "Romance"; 30) "Largo Al Factotum Della Citta," public domain, composed by Gioachino Rossini, lyrics by Cesare Sterfini, score not included; 31) "That Barber."�  Reel VIII: 32) "My Hat."�  Reel IX: 33) "What's Buzzin'?"; 34) "Gustav, No. 10."�  Reel X: 35) "Gustav, No. 6"; 36) "Gustav, No. 2"; 37) "Gustav, No. 1"; 38) "End Title"; 39) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: Forbidden, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price, bars 8 to end of  piece 1; 3) "Macao #2"; 4) "Eddie's Business"; 5) "Our Hero"; 6) "Macao #1."  Reel II: 7) "Romeo"; 8) "Forbidden"; 9) "The Old Flame, Part 1"; 10) "The Old Flame, Part 2."  Reel III: 11) Piano improvising, no score included; 12) "Symphony No. 3, Op. 55," public domain, composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, score not included; 13) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price; 14) "Forbidden."  Reel IV: 15)  "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price;16) "Handle With Care," composed by Frederick Herbert and Arnold Hughes, score not provided; 17) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price;18) "Noodlin' (Andy and Della Russell Musical Short)," composed by Henry Mancini, score not included; 19) "Still In Love, Part 1"; 20) "Still In Love, Part 2."  Reel V: 21) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price; 22) "Still In Love, Part 2"; 23) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price;  24) "Not Married"; 25) "Tempest In the Storm"; 26) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price; 27) "Tempest In the Storm"; 28) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price.  Reel VI: 29) "You Belong To Me," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price; 30) "Christine's Surprise"; 31) "Macao #2"; 32) " Eleven O'Clock Appointment, Part 1."  Reel VII: 33) "Eleven O'Clock Appointment, Part 2"; 34) "Chris Runs Out"; 35) "Hear My Song"; 36) "Pretty Please."  Reel VIII: 37) "Cliff Gets His"; 38) "Running Out"; 39) "Boat Ride."  Reel IX: 40) "Boat Fight, Part 1"; 41) "Boat Fight, Part 2"; 42) "The Verdict"; 43) "End Title (You Belong To Me)," composed by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart and Chilton Price; 44) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Fox Fire, 1955Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No summary sheet. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include: 1) "Preface to 'Fox Fire'," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 2) "Desert Pickup"; 3) "Dance Music #1"; 4) "Fox Fire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 5) "Amanda Proposes"; 6) "Fox Fire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 7) "Hot Lunch"; 8) "No Tears"; 9) "Dream Of Gold"; 10) "Dizzy Signals"; 11) "Spoiled Picnic"; 12) "Indian Locker"; 13) "Apache Morals"; 14) "Fox Fire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 15) "Dance Music #3"; 16) "Dance Music #4"; 17) "Dance Music #5"; 18) No score or title included; 19) "Cold Husband"; 20) "Amanda's Search"; 21) No score or title included; 22) "Indian Wife"; 23) "Farmer's Daughter's Blues"; 24) "Wedded Strangers"; 25) "Familiar Symptom, Part 1"; 26) "Familiar Symptom, Part 2"; 27) "Hospital (Fox Fire)," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 28) "Cave-In"; 29) "Dart's Triumph"; 30) "Where Is Amanda?" 31) "Fox Fire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 32) "End Title"; 33) "Fox Fire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 34) "End Cast (Fox Fire)," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini.
Folder 3: Francis, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title (Revised)"; 2) "Boycotted."  Reel II: 3) "Jimmy #1"; 4) "Jimmy #2."  Reel III: 5) "Don't Move" from Patrick the Great, score not included, composed by Inez James and Sidney Miller; 6) "I Want To Be Talked About," score not included; composed by Jack Brooks and Edgar Fairchild.  Reel IV: 7) "Jimmy #3."  Reel V:  8) "Examination Montage"; 9) "Jungle Patrol"; 10) "Phoney Camp."  Reel VI: 11) "Jimmy #4."  Reel VII: 12) "Air Raid, Part 1"; 13) "Air Raid, Part 2"; 14) "Jimmy #5"; 15) "General #1."  Reel VIII: 16) "Rack 'Em Up" from City Across the River, score not included, composed by Walter Scharf..  Reel IX: Tacet.  Reel X: 17) "At the Lake" from Swell Boy, score  not provided; 18) "My Bonnie," public domain, score  not included; 19) "End Title"; 20) "Cast."
Folder 4: Francis Goes to the Races, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Pals"; 3) "Where Is Francis?"  Reel II: 4) "La Cucaracha," public domain, score not provided; 5) "Pain In the Neck"; 6) Bugle call, no score included.  Reel III: 7) "Please, Mr. Stirling"; 8) "Good Night, Ladies," public domain, score not included; 9) "The Hiding Place"; 10) "My Bonnie," public domain, score not provided.  Reel IV: 11) "Hard Luck"; 12) "Francis Takes a Powder"; 13) "Oakwood Gal Returns."  Reel V: 14) "It's In the Bag."  Reel VI: 15) "Cop Theme #2"; 16) "He Wouldn't Believe Me"; 17) "Who Do You Like In the Fifth?"  Reel VII: 18) Bugle call, no score included; 19) "So You Won't Talk?"; 20) "Kickapoo Juice."  Reel VIII: 21) "Looped"; 22) "My Bonnie," public domain, score not provided; 23)  "My Bonnie," public domain, score not provided; 24) "Hangover"; 25) "Come Into My Stable."  Reel IX: 26) "Back To the Stables"; 27) Operation Francis"; 28) Bugle call, no score included.  Reel X: 29) "My Bonnie," public domain, score not provided; 30) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Free For All, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Little Brown Jug," public domain, score not included.  Reel II: 3) Humming ad lib, no score; 4) "You're a Sweetheart," score  not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 5) "Just a Fuel."  Reel III: 6) "Put-Put Bridge."  Reel IV: 7) "No-No"; 8) "Alva"; 9) "Anchors Away."  Reel V: Tacet.  Reel VI: 10) "Dumb Love"; 11) "Thorgelson Shrinks."  Reel VII: 12) "Blair Shares."  Reel VIII: Tacet.  Reel IX: 13) "The Getaway"; 14) "Love In a Haze"; 15) "End Title"; 16) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Frontier Gal, 1945Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No summary sheet. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Rod Chased"; 3) "Rod Escapes"; 4) through 7) Titles and scores not included; 8) "Frontier Gal"; 9) and 10) Titles and scores not included; 11) "Trick"; 12) "Deputies Eluded"; 13) "Lorena Kidnapped"; 14) "Lorena Resists"; 15) Title and score not included; 16) "Morning After #1"; 17) - 19) Titles and scores not included; 20) "Morning After #2"; 21) "Johnny and Mary:; 22) and 23) Titles and scores not included; 24) "Fatherhood"; 25) "Rattlesnake'; 26) through 28) Titles and scores not included; 29) "The Winthrops"; 30) "Mary Ann Kidnapped"; 31) "Chase Part #1"; 32) "Chase, Part 2"; 33) "Catching Up": 34) "Caught"; 35) "Orphan Annie"; 36) "The Fight'; 37) "Mary Ann's Rescue"; 38) "End Title."
Folder 3: Gal Who Took the West, The, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Old Timers"; 3) "Going Western" from "Family Honeymoon," score not included; 4) "Family Returns" from "Family Honeymoon," score not included; 5) "Old Timers"; 6) "Lillian Sick"; 7) "Wilbur Arrives," from "Feudin', Fusin' and A-Fightin'," composed by Leith Stevens, score not included; 8) "Bed Fellows" from "Family Honeymoon," score not included; 9) "The Boys In the Backroom," composed by Frank Loesser and Frederick Hollander, score not included."  Reel II: 10) "Sprucing Up"; 11) "Little Joe, the Wrangler," score not included, arr. by Frederick Hollander; 12) "O'Hara Home"; 13) Lillian Drunk"; 14) "Wilbur Arrives," from "Feudin', Fusin' and A-Fightin'," composed by Leith Stevens, score not included; 15) "Bed Fellows" from "Family Honeymoon," score not included; 16) "Unfair" from "When the Daltons Rode," score not included.  Reel III: 17) Piano improvising, no score; 18) "Killarney," public domain, score not included; 19) "Killarney," score not included, public domain, lyrics by Jack Brooks; 20) "Clancy Lowered the Boom," score not included, composed by Johnny Lange and Hy Heath; 21) Piano improvising, no score included.  Reel 4: 22) "Little Joe, the Wrangler, score not included, arr. by Frederick Hollander; 23) "Lee Returns"; 24) "Money Mad"; 25) "Money Mad"; 26) Wilbur Arrives," from "Feudin', Fusin' and A-Fightin'," composed by Leith Stevens, score not included; 27) "Money Mad"; 28) "Salon Music, Part 1."  Reel V: 29) "Salon Music, Part 2."  Reel VI: 30) "Body Guards"; 31) "Lillian Kidnapped."  Reel VII: 32) "Grant's Proposal"; 33) "Jervis Dead" from "Ivy," composed by Daniele Amfitheatrof, score not included; 34) "Grant Tricked"; 35) "Lee's Proposal"; 36) Bugle call, no score; 37) "To the Opera."  Reel VIII: 38) "To the Opera"; 39) "Frankie and Johnny," public domain, lyrics by Jack Brooks.  Reel IX: 40) "Hawley Leaves"; 41) "Mrs. O'Hara; 42) "Lillian's Story"; 43) "Lillian's Decision."  Reel X: 44: "End Title"; 45) "End Cast."
Folder 4: Harvey, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "The Dowd Home"; 3) "My Rabbit and I"; 4) "The Bunny Hug."  Reel II: 5) "My Love," composed by Walter Scharf, lyrics by Jack Brooks; 6) "Valse," Op. 54, No. 1, composed by Frederic Chopin, score not included; 7) "The Rest Home."  Reel III: 8) Padded Cell.  Reel IV: Tacet.  Reel V: Tacet.  Reel VI: 9) "Things To Come, Part I."  Reel VII: 10) "Things To Come, Part 2"; 11) "Psychos and No Roses"; 12) "Save the Doctor"; 13) "The Wilson Hop."  Reel VIII: 14) "The WIlson Hop"; 15) "The Evening Wore On"; 16) "It, Part I."  Reel IX:  17) "It, Part 2"; 18) "Chumley's Chum (revised)."  Reel X:  19) "Formula 977."  Reel XI: 20) "The End"; 21) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: I'll Be Yours, 1947Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary page not included. Compositions include: Reel 1-A: 1) "Main Title."  Reel 1-B: 2) "Grand Central."  Reel 2-A: 3) "Goulash 35<span style="mso-bidi-font-family:Calibri;mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-latin">Ã?¢."  Reel 2-B: 4) "Wechsberg."  Reel 2-C: 5) "The Hat."  Reel 2-D: 6) "Honest Lawyer."  Reel 2-E: 7) "Theatre Lobby."  Reel number not included:: 8) "Cobleskill School Song," composed by Jack Brooks.  Reel 3-A: 9) "Good Old Pat."  Reel 3-B: 10) "Usherette."  Reel 3-C: 11) "Screen Drama, Part 1."  Reel number not included: 12) "Daddy," composed by Bob Troup.  Reel 3-E: 13) "Screen Drama, Part 2."  Reel 4-B: 14) "Front Steps."  Reel number not included: 15) "Samba Blanca,"  composed by Hans J. Salter; 16) "After Tonight," composed by Jack Brooks, Desi Arnaz and Milton Schwarzwald; 17) "Samba Lenora," composed by Hans J. Salter; 18) "Granada," composed by Agustin Lara.  Reel 5-C: 19) "Nelson's Apartment, Part 1."  Reel 6-A: 20) "Nelson's Apartment, Part 2."  Reel 6-B: 21) "Nelson's Apartment, Part 3." 22) Title and score not provided.  Reel 7-A: 23) "The Pencil Sharpener."  Reel 7-B: 24) "Legal Adviser."  Reel 8-A: 25) "Her First Orchid."  Reel number not included: 26) "It's Dreamtime," composed by Walter Schumann, lyrics by Jack Brooks.  Reel 8-C: 27) "Misunderstanding"; 28) "Misunderstanding."  Reel 9-B: 29) "Busy Signal."  Reel 9-C: 30) "Date With Nelson, Part 1."  Reel 9-D: 31) "Date With Nelson, Part 2."  Reel 10-A: 32) "Lie Uncovered."  Reel number not included: 33) "One More Kiss," 34) "Love's Own Sweet Song," composed by Emmerich Kalman, lyrics by C.C.S. Cushing and E.P. Heath; 35) "End Title."</span>
Folder 2: Imitation of Life, 1959Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 3-A) "Blue Danube," score  not included, composed by Johann Strauss, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3-B) "The Gillman Stomp" from "Revenge of the Creature," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 3--C) "Coney Island," composed by Irving Gertz; 3-D) "From Dixie" from "Walking My Baby Back Home," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 3-E) "Tana's Theme" from "Touch of Evil," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 3-F) "Home From Work"; 4) "Home From the Beach."  Reel II: 5) "Home From Work"; 6) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 7) "Gentle Web Theme" from "Unguarded Moment," score  not included, composed by Herman Stein.  Reel III: 8) "Exposed"; 9) "One Last Advance" from "Tattered Dress"; 10) "Disappointed."  Reel IV: 11) "Disappointed"; 12) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 13) "Disappointed"; 14) "Rejected"; 15) "Side Tracked"; 16) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster.  Reel V: 17) "Break Up"; 18) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 19) "Break Up"; 20) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 21) "Break Up."  Reel VI: 22) "Skyline of Old Manhattan," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 23) "Success Montage"; 24) "Skyline of Old Manhattan," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 25) "Success Montage"; 26) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 27) "Skyline of Old Manhattan," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 28) "Skyline of Old Manhattan," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner.  Reel VII: 29) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 30) "Reunion"; 31) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 32) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 33) "Wishing Star"; 34) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 35) "Wishing Star, 36) "Imitation of Life," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 37) "Wishing Star."  Reel VIII: 38) "Coney Island," composed by Irving Gertz; 39) "Being Childish"; 40) "Shocked."  Reel IX: 41) "Invitation To the Dance," public domain, score not included, arr. by William Loose; 42) "Valse Brilliante," score not included, public domain, arr. by William Loose; 43) "Sarah Jane"; 44) "Out For a Ride"; 45) "In Love With Love," score not included, composed by Milton Rosen and George Waggner; 46) "The Truth."  Reel X: 47) "The Truth"; 48) "Dance #3" from "So This Is Paris," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 49) "Empty Arms," no score included, composed by Frederick Herbert and Arnold Hughes; 50) "New Orleans Blues" from "The Square Jungle," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 51) "Heartbreak."  Reel XI: 52) "Moulin Rouge, Part 1," composed by Irving Gertz; 53) "Moulin Rouge, Part 2," composed by Irving Gertz; 54) "Kyles; Bottle" from "Written On the Wind," score not included, composed by Frank Skinner, Al Skinner and Victor Kirk; 55) "Goodbye"; 56) "Secrets.."  Reel XII: 57) "Secrets"; 58) "Going To Glory."  Reel XIII: 59) "Going To Glory"; 60) "Soon I Will Be Done WIth the Trouble of the World," public domain, score not included; 61) "The Road To Glory"; 62) "Imitation of Life/End Title," composed by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster; 63) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Interlude, 1957Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 2) "Main Title"; 3) "Arrival In Munich"; 4) "Getting Acquainted, Part 1."  Reel II: 5) "Getting Acquainted, Part 2"; 6) "Symphony #1," score not included, composed by Robert Schumann; 7) "Helpful Henrig."  Reel III: 8) "Consolation," score not included, composed by Franz Liszt; 9) "Tannhauser Overture," score not included, composed by Richard Wagner; 10) "Making Amends."  Reel IV: 11) "Goodnight Again"; 12)  "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 13) "Minestrone Mambo/Cha Cha Cha For Gia" from "Four Girls In Town," score not included, composed by Henri Mancini; 14) Piano improvising, no score included; 15) "Stay With Me" from "The Viennese Sonatinas," composed by W.A. Mozart, arr. by David Tamkin; 16) "Invitation To Salzburg" from "The Viennese Sonatinas," composed by W.A. Mozart, arr. by David Tamkin; 18) "Tyro In the Tyrol."  Reel V: 19) "Salzburg Sites," 20) "Mozart Magic" from "Symphony  #36," composed by W.A. Mozart, arr. by Frank Skinner; 21) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 22) "Rain Check"; 23) "Linzer Concerto," score not included, composed by W.A. Mozart; 24) "What's Wrong?'  Reel VI: 25) " I Need You"; 26) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 27) "I Need You"; 28) "High Voltage Picnic"; 29) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 30) "Sitting Out the Storm"; 31) "Raindrop Sonata/Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner.  Reel VII:32) "Love In the Rain"; 33) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 34) "Love In the Rain"; 35) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 36) "Love In the Rain"; 37) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 38) "After the Storm"; 39) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 40) "Sweets For Sweet."; 41) "Back To Reality"; 42) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 43) "Back To Reality."  Reel VIII: 44) "Wine, Women and Song," composed by Johann Strauss, arr. by Frank Skinner; 45) "We Went Dancing"; 46) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 47) "It Had To Be You"; 48) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 49) "Trink! Trink! Da Ist Ein Hofbrauhaus Im Munchen," public domain, score not included; 50) "Face the Facts, Part 1."  Reel IX: 51) "Face the Facts, Part 2"; 52) "Where Is Tonio?"; 53) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 54) "Symphony #1," score not included, composed by Johannes Brahms; 55) "They Can't Help It"/"Interlude," composed by Frank Skinner and Paul Francis Webster.  Reel X: 56) "Helen Must Stay"; 57) Sonata Quasi una Fantasia"/"Moonlight Sonata," score not included, composed by Ludwig van Beethoven; 58) "Reni Upset"; 59) "Symphony #1," score  not included, composed by Johannes Brahms.  Reel XI:  60) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 61) "Involved"; 62) "Wet Rivals"; 63) "It Cannot Be"; 64) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 65) "It Cannot Be"; 66) "Interlude," composed by Paul Francis Webster and Frank Skinner; 67) "End Title"/"Interlude," composed by Frank Skinner and Paul Francis Webster; 68) "End Cast"/"Interlude," composed by Frank Skinner and Paul Francis Webster.
Folder 4: It Grows On Trees, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include :Reel I: 1) "Main Title (Revised)"; 2) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 3) "Main Title (Revised)"; 4) Vocalizing ad lib, no score included; 5) "Five Dollar Bill."  Reel II: 6) "Ten Dollar Bill"; 7) "Oh, Phil - Look"; 8) "Just a Smidgin"; 9) "Let's Give It Back."  Reel III: 10) "Thanks, Darling"; 11) "Money Blossoms."  Reel IV: 12) "Is It Legal"; 13) "Letter From the Treasury."  Reel V: 14) "In the Can"; 15) "Dolling Up Montage."  Reel VI: 16) "Wagon Chase" from "Comanche Territory," score not included; 17) "Bragg Killed" from "Canyon Passage," score not included; 18) "Going, Going, Gone."  Reel VII: 19) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 20) "It Grows On Trees"; 21) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach.  Reel VIII: 22) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach.  Reel IX: 23) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 24) "Salon Music, Part 2" from "The Gal Who Took the West," score not included; 25) "Weather Montage, Part 1"; 26) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 27) "Weather Montage, Part 1."  Reel X: 28) "Weather Montage, Part 2"; 29) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 30) "Weather Montage, Part 2"; 31) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 32) "Ten Dollar Bud"; 33) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach; 34) "Ten Dollar Bud"; 35) "Dead Money"; 36) "End Title; 37) "Trees," composed by Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach.
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Folder 1: Kathy -O, 1958Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Prologue"; 2) "Main Title"/"Jingle Bells," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 4) "Main Title"; 5) "Meet Miss O'Rourke"; 6) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 7) "Meet Miss O'Rourke"; 8) "Big Blow Up"/ "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph.  Reel II: 9) "Hands Of Fate"; 10) "Date With the Past"; 11) "Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 12) "You Are the One"; 13) "Happy, Harry?, Part 1."  Reel III: 14) "Happy Harry?, Part 2"; 15) "Wise Wife"; 16) "Where Are You?", composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 17) "Wise WIfe"; 18) "It's a Deal"/"Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 19) "Super Snooper."  Reel IV: 20) "Convertible"; 21) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 22) "Convertible"; 23) "Ex and Sex"/"Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.  Reel V:  24) "Sweet Dope"; 25) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 26) "Happy Anglers"; 27) "Pre-Xmas Montage"; 28) "Tears For Two"/"Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph.  Reel VI:  29) "Xmas On T.V.'; 30) "Down the Field" from "The Unguarded Moment"; 31) "Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 32) "A Dash Of Bitters"; 33) "Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 34) "Little Runaway"; 35) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 36) drums, no score included.  Reel VII:  37) "Only Lonely"; 38) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 39) "Only Lonely"; 40) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 41) "On the Spot"; 42) "Boy Barbers"; 43) "Hairbreadth Harry"; 44) "Silent Night, Holy Night," public domain, score not included; 45) "Night Watch"; 46) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 47) "Night Watch"; 48) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 49) "Night Watch"; 50) "Adeste Fidelis," public domain, score not included; 51) "Merry Chase"; 52) "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph.  Reel X: 53) "Wifely Wisdom"; 54) "Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 55) "Wifely WIsdom"; 56)  "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 57) "Kathy's Cap"; 58)  "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph.  Reel XI: 59) " Where Are You," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 60) "Exhibit A"; 61) "End Title"/ "Kathy-O," composed by Charles Tobias, Jack Sher and Ray Joseph; 62) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Katie, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Clarence"; 3) "The Paint On Katie's Hat"; 4) "Prayer, Op. 48, No. 1," score not included, composed by Ludwig van Beethoven; 5) "The Librarian."  Reel II: 6) "Katie Makes a Decision"; 7) Whistling ad lib, no score included; 8) "Katie's Big Swim."  Reel III: 9) "Sweet Genevieve," score  not included, composed by George Cooper and Henry Tucker; 10) "A Little Old Cape Cod Cottage," composed by Dan Shapiro and Lester Lee; 11) "January Morn."  Reel IV: Tacet.  Reel V: 12) Piano chords and humming, no score included; 13) "January."  Reel VI: 14) "New York"; 15) "Carry Me Back To Old Virginny," score not included, composed by Oscar Brodney and James Bland; 16) "A Little Old Cape Cod Cottage," composed by Dan Shapiro and Lester Lee;17) "Katie Disrobes."  Reel VII:  18) "Sketching Montage"; 19) "Night Club Scene"; 20) "Champagne Dream"; 21) Whistling ad lib, no score included.  Reel VIII: 22) "Peter's Nephew"; 23) "Katie Does It"; 24) "Katie Gets a New Face"; 25) "Katie Did Montage."  Reel IX: 26) "Wedding March," score not included, composed by Felix Mendelssohn; 27) "Funeral March," score not included, composed by Frederic Chopin; 28) "End Title"; 29) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Lady Gambles, The, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No summary page. Reel numbers not provided. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Las Vegas"; 3) "Vagrant Lady"; 4) "Las Vegas"; 5) "Shill"; 6) "Shill (cont'd)"; 7) "One More Kiss" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 8) "Gambling Fever"; 9) "The Camera"; 10) "The Ticket"; 11) "Money Regained"; 12) "David Gives In"; 13) "Ruth"; 14) "It Happened Again" from "Ride the Pink Horse," score not included; 15) "Stop It"; 16) "David Calls"; 17) "Stolen Kiss"; 18) "Gambling Lady"; 19) "It's Me, Johnnie"; 20) "Money Regained"; 21) "See You Later, Part 1"; 22) "See You Later, Part 2"; 23) "Help Me David"; 24) "Joan and David"; 25) "Mi Ranchito" from "Ride the Pale Horse," score  not included; 26) "Promise Broken"; 27) "Joan Breaks"; 28) "David Leaves"; 29) "Horse Racing"; 30) "Divorce"; 31) "Tempted"; 32) "The Odds Fall"; 33) "Stop It"; 34) "Vagrant Lady"; 35) "Goodbye Corrigan, Part 1 (revised)"; 36) "Goodbye Corrigan, Part 2"; 37)  No title and no score included; 38) No title and no score included; 39) "Lost"; 40) "The Window"; 41) "Joan Saved"; 42) "End Title and Cast."
Folder 4: Lady Pays Off, The, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Thought Voice"; 3) "Shocking Advice."  Reel II: 4) "Cover Girl"; 5) "Inner Office"; 6) "High Card, Part 1."  Reel III: 7) "High Card, Part 2"; 8) "First Morning"; 9) "First Lessor"; 10) "Evelyn and Diane"; 11) "Matt Returns."  Reel IV: 12) "Getting Acquainted"; 13) "Moonlight and I.O.U."; 14) "Alter Ego"; 15) "Diane Cupid, Part 1."  Reel V: 16) " Diane Cupid, Part 2"; 17) "Mush"; 18) "Poison Oak."  Reel VI: 19) "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," score not included, composed by Thomas P. Westendorf; 20) "Moonlight Walk."  Reel VII: 21) "Thar She Blows"; 22) "Off the Deep End"; 23) "Fishermen Return."  Reel VIII: 24) "Mother Love"; 25) "Theme - Fox Trot " from "Hi, Beautiful," score not included; 26) "Father Love"; 27) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Life of Riley, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Make Way"; 3) Novachord improvising, no score included; 4) "The Grindstone, Part 1."  Reel II: 6) "The Grindstone, Part 2"; 6) "Stolen Posies" ; 7) "Silly Ash."  Reel III: 8) "Luigi's"; 9) Piano improvising; 10) Piano improvising; 11) "A Pig and a Dope."  Reel IV: 12) "Picnic Grounds"; 13) "Sands of Time."  Reel V: 14) "Elephant Pit"; 15) "So Smooth"; 16) "Floating On Love"; 17) "Money Hungry."  Reel VI: 18) "In the Drink"; 19) "Brain Wave."  Reel VII: 20) "Executive Riley"; 21) "My Bonnie," score not included, public domain; 22) "Interrupted Romance"; 23) Novachord improvising, no score included.  Reel VIII: 24) "I Consent"; 25) "Bridal Veil."  Reel IX: 26) "Revoltin' Development"; 27) Novachord improvising, no score included; 28) Organ improvising, no score included; 29) "Bridal Chorus," score not included, composed by Richard Wagner; 30) "End Title"; 31) "Cast."
Folder 2: Lights Out, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main TItle."  Reel II: 2) "Thumbs Up."  Reel III: 3) "Toccata in E Minor," composed by J.S. Bach; 4) "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," score  not included, composed by Don Raye and Hughie Prince; 5) "Cow-Cow Boogie," score not included, composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Benny Carter. Reel IV: 6) "Hello Mother"; 7) "Bounce Me Brother With a Solid Four," score  not included, composed by Don Raye and Hughie Prince."  Reel V: 8) "You're As Pretty As a Picture," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 9) "Mister Five By FIve," score not included, composed by Don Raye and Gene de Paul; 10) "My Own," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 11) "I'll Remember April," score not included, composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 12) "Larry Loses a Friend (Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen)," arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VI: 13) "He's My Guy," score not included, composed by Don Raye and Gene de Paul; 14) "John's Son"; 15) "John's Reunion."  Reel VII: 16) "Oh, My Darling Clementine," score not included, public domain; 17) "Judy and Larry."  Reel VIII: Tacet,  Reel IX: 18) "Chris Sees Larry"; 19) "Good TImes Together"; 20) "Daddy Takes Over" from "Family Honeymoon" from "Family Honeymoon," score not included; 21) "Sailing Along."  Reel X: 22) "For All Our Lives."  Reel XI: 23) "End TItle"; 24) "Main Title"; 25) "End Title."
Folder 3: Louisa, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:�  Reel I: 1) "Main Title," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks; 2) "Who Loves Louisa"; 3) "Poppa Talks."�  Reel II: 4) "Poppa Takes a Tramp"; 5) "Ladies Auxiliary"; 6) "Louisa," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks; 7) "Main Title (Universal News Reel #298)," score not included, composed by L.E. De Francesco; 8) "King Of the Air (Universal News Reel #298)," score not included, composed by Carl Everlof.�  Reel III: Tacet.�  Reel IV: 9) "Demand Performance," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks.�  Reel V: 10) "Romantic Decision," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks; 11) "It's That Old Reason."�  Reel VI: 12) "The Boss Is Lost"; 13) "A Short Drive," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks; 14) "Two Old Hot Rods"; 15) "He's Certainly Abel [sic]"; 16) "Pinned."�  Reel VII: 17) "Burnside Burns"; 18) "Square Dance"; 19) "Happy TImes," composed by Walter Scharf; 20) Drum roll, no score included; 21) "Happy Times," composed by Walter Scharf; 22) "Juvenile Jive" from "City Across the River," score not included, composed by Blake Reynolds; 23) "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," score not included, public domain.�  Reel VIII: 24) Drum roll, no score included; 25) Drum roll, no score included; 26) Chord, no score included; 27) "It's Bigamy."�  Reel IX: 28) "To the Rescue, Part 1," composeed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks.�  Reel X:�  29) "To the Rescue, Part 2"; 30) "End TItle," arr. by Frank Skinner; 31) "End Cast," composed by Frank Skinner and Jack Brooks.
Folder 4: Mad About Music, 1938Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary sheet and  reel numbers not included Compositions include:1) "Main Title," composed by Frank Skinner, Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson; 2) " Chinese Theatre Opening"; 3) "I Love To Whistle," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 4) "I Love to Whistle (Bicycle chase),"  composed by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson; 5) "The Punctured Bicycle," composed by Charles Previn; 6) "Ave Maria," score not included, composed by J.S. Bach and Charles Gounod; 7) "The Unfortunate Photo," composed by Charles Previn, Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson; 8) "Shoe Plattler Number," composed by Charles Previn; 9) "The Confectionary Shop," composed by Charles Previn; 10) "Chapel Bells," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 11) "After Chapel Bells," composed by Charles Previn; 12)  "Key Sequence," composed by Charles Previn; 13) "Packing for Paris," composed by Charles Previn; 14) "Train Sequence"; 15) "I Love To Whistle (Train Sequence)," composed by Frank Skinner, Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson; 16) "In the Compartment," composed by Charles Previn; 17) "Paris"; 18) "Disappointed"; 19) "A Serenade To the Stars," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 20) "End Title"; 21) "I Love To Whistle (Chase music)," composed by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson.
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Folder 1: Madame X, 1966Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel !: 1) "Main TItle"; 2) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 3) "Main Title"; 4) "A Mother's Farewell"; 5) "Waltzing In a Dream," composed by Bing Crosby, Ned Washington and Victor Young; 6) "All Or Nothing At All," composed by Arthur Altman and Jack Lawrence; 7) "Headlines and Holly Montage (Swedish Rhapsody)," composed by Charles WIldman; 8) "Christmas Holly"; 9) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 10) "Christmas Holly"; 11) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman.  Reel II: 12) "Career Bound"; 13) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 14) "Career Bound"; 15) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 16) "Career Bound"; 17) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles WIldman; 18) "Career Bound"; 19) "I'll Never Smile Again," score not included, composed by Ruth Lowe; 20) "Lonely Holly"; 21) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 22) "Lonely Holly"; 23) "I Love You Too Much," composed by Chaim Towber, Don Raye and Alexander Olshanetsky; 24) "Kiss Of Fire," score not included, composed by Lester Allen and Robert Hill.  Reel III: 25) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 27) "Let's Take It From Here"; 28) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 29) "Let's Take It From Here"; 30) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles WIldman; 31) "Let's Take It From Here"; 32) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 33) "Let's Take It From Here"; 34) "I'll Remember April" from "Ride 'Em Cowboy," composed by Don Raye and Gene de Paul; 35) "Tel Tale Scarf"; 36) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 37) "Tell Tale Scarf."  Reel IV: 38) "Depths Of Despair"; 39) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles WIldman; 40) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 41) "Depths Of Despair"; 42) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles WIldman; 43) "Depths Of Despair"; 44) "A Mother's Farewell"; 45) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 46) "A Mother's Farewell"; 47) "A New Life."  Reel V:  48) "Echoes Of Despair (revised)"; 49) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 50) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 51) "Echoes Of Despair"; 52) "Consolation," score not included, composed by Franz Liszt; 53) "Danish Dreams (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VI: 54) "Come With Me (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 55) "Trying Ties"; 56) "Trying Ties (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 57) "Trying Ties"; 58) "Refusal To Wed (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 59) "Refusal To Wed"; 60) "Refusal To Wed (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner;61) "Deserted Dane"; 62) "Deserted Dane (Consolation)," composed by Franz Liszt, arr. by Frank Skinner; 63) "Road To Ruin"; 64) "Italian Cafe"; 65) "Slum Bums"; 66) "Mexi-Mania, #2"; 67) "Woman Lost"; 68) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 69) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 70) "Woman Lost."  Reel VII: 71) "Slip Of the Lip"; 72) "Evidence of Gold (revised)"; 73) :"Back To the States."  Reel VIII: 74) "Plot Overheard"; 75) "Fatal Act"; 76) "Evidence Of Gold (original)"; 77) "Madame Makes an X"; 78) "Depths Of Despair"; 79) "Breaking Point"; 80) "Her Past Is Present"; 81) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman.  Reel X:  82) "Swedish Rhapsody," composed by Charles Wildman; 83) "Her Past Is Present"; 84) "My Heart Still Hears the Music," composed by Mario Panzeri; 85) "Her Past Is Present"; 86) "A Mother's Farewell"; 87) "Her Past Is Present"; 88) "Holly Testifies."  Reel XI: 89) "The Defense Rests"; 90) "Final Hour (End Title)"; 91) "Final Hour (Swedish Rhapsody)," composed by Charles Wildman.
Folder 2: Magnificent Obsession, 1954Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 3) "Death Of Dr. Phillips"; 4) "Helen's Devotion (Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1)," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner.  Reel II: 5) "The Wilson Hop (Sally and St. Anne)" from "Harvey"; 6) "The Wilson Hop (Sally and St. Anne)" from "Harvey"; 7) "Dr. Phillip's Secrets (Symphony No. 9)," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner.  Reel III: 8) "Awkward Situation"; 9) "Return To Hospital (Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1)," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 10) "Leave Me Alone"; 11) "The Evening Wore On" from "Harvey"; 12) "Danger."  Reel IV: 13) "Haunted"; 14) "Dr. Phillip's Philosophy"; 15) "Symphony No. 9," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner.  Reel V: 16) "Helen's Accident"; 17) "Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 18) "Time Passes"; 19) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 4," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 20) "Robbie Robinson, Part 1"; 21) "Robbie Robinson, Part 2" from "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 22) "Obsession (Symphony No. 9)," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner; 23) "Joyce Discovers Robbie"; 24) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner;  Reel VII: 25) "First News From Helen"; 26) "Nocturne, Op. 2, No. 1," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 27)  "First News From Helen"; 28) "Second News From Helen"; 29) "Doctor's Verdict"; 30) "Helen's Despair, Part 1."  Reel VIII: 31) "Helen's Despair, Part 2"; 32) "Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 33) "Timely Arrival"; 34) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 35) "Timely Arrival."  Reel IX: 36) "Pisha-Paysha Polka," composed by Herman Stein; 37) "Vienna Life," composed by Johann Strauss, adapted by Frank Skinner; 38) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 39) "A New Day"; 40) "Helen Runs Out"; 41) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 42) "Helen Runs Out."  Reel X: 43) "Out Of the Past"; 44) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 4," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank SKinner; 45) "Out Of the Past,"; 46) "Symphony No. 9," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner; 47) "Out Of the Past"; 48) "Helen's Memories"; 49) "Vienna Life,," composed by Johann Strauss, adapted by Frank Skinner; 50) "Helen's Memories."  Reel XI: 51) "Immediate Surgery"; 52) "The Operation (revised)"; 53) "Symphony No. 9," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner; 54) "The Operation (revised)"; 55) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3." composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 56) "Vigil"; 57) "Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 58) "Vigil"; 59) "Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 3," Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 60) "End Title"; 61) "Etude, Op. 10, No. 3," composed by Frederick Chopin, adapted by Frank Skinner; 62) "End Title"; 63) "Symphony No. 9," composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, adapted by Frank Skinner; 64) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Man From the Alamo, The, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Defense Of the Alamo"; 3) "Colonel Travis' Reply."  Reel II: 4) "The Black Bear"; 5) "Stroud's Exit"; 6) "Destruction Montage."  Reel III: 7) "Evacuating Franklin"; 8) "Stroud Goes To Jail."  Rees IV:  9) "Wade's Raiders"; 10) "Franklin Jail Break."  Reel V: 11) "Join the Guerrillas"; 12) "Ambush"; 13) "Ambush Spoiled."  Reel VI: 14) "Stroud Falls"; 15) "Carlos Leaves"; 16) "Finding Stroud"; 17) "Stroud Recovers."  Reel VII: 18) "Wade's Raiders"; 19) "Stroud Takes Over."  Reel VIII: 20) "Guerrilla Chase"; 21) :"Stand At the River"; 22) "Wade Attacks"; 23) "Waterfall Fight"; 24) "End Title"; 25) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: Mark Of the Renegade, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 3) "Main TItle"; 4) "Pirate Ship"; 5) "Outsmarted"; 6) "The Inn"; 7) Guitar chord, no score included; 8) "Marcos Overpowered."  Reel II: 9) "Marcos Discovered"; 10) "Marcos To the Rescue"; 11) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 12) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 13) Guitar improvising, no score included; 14) "Marcos In Hot Water"; 15) "Marcos Meets Anita."  Reel IV: 16) "Drugged Wine"; 17) "House Of Pleasure Fight"; 18) "Marcos Escapes."  Reel V: 19) "Amorana,"  composed by Milton Rosen.  Reel VI:  20) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 21) "Manuela and Marcos"; 22) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 23) "Bardoso Captured."  Reel VII: 24) "Fiesta" from "One Way Street," score not included; 25) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 26) "The Runaway."  Reel VIII: 27) "House Of Pleasure"; 28) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen; 29) Guitar improvisation, no score included.  Reel IX: 30) "Marcos Revenge"; 31) "Amorana," composed by Milton Rosen.
Folder 2: Mississippi Gambler, The, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Hard Times Come Again No More," composed by Stephen Foster; 3) End Title (short version)"; 4) "De Lawd's Plan," composed by Frank Skinner, Frederick Herbert and Henry Mancini.  Reel II: 5) "The Necklace"; 6) "Forewarned."  Reel III: 7) "Emergency Landing."  Reel IV: 8) "Family Heirloom"; 9) "Haitian Devil Song," score not included, composed by Le Roi Antoine.  Reel V: 10) "Secret Revealed"; 11) "Care Breaker, Waltz #1," composed by Johann Strauss, arr. by David Tamkin; 12) "Party Sequence #1 (Songs of the Danube)," arr. by Frank Skinner; 13) "Schoenbrunner Waltz  #3," composed by Joseph Franz Karl Lanner, arr. by David Tamkin; 14) "I Don't Understand"; 15) "Down By the River."  Reel VI: 16) "End Title"; 17) "Suicide."  Reel VII: 18) "Mam'selle"; 19) "Wrong Man Proposes."  Reel VIII: 20) "A Duel Of Hearts," 21) "A Cowardly Trick": 22) "Nothing More To Say."  Reel IX: 23) "Wedding Invitation"; 24) "Bridal Chorus," composed by Richard Wagner; 25) "Wedding March," composed by Felix Mendelssohn; 26) "A Coward Dies."  Reel X: 27) "Goodbye Angelique."  Reel XI: 28) "Ann's Heartbreak";  29) :Piano improvising, no score included; 30)  "De Gospel Train (Songs Of Sunny South)"; 31) Piano inprovising, no score included; 32) "End Title (original version)"; 33) "End Cast (Main Title)."
Folder 3: My Man Godfrey, 1957Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Got Her Goat"; 3) "Real Gone Goat"; 4) "Animal Kingdom."  Reel II: 5) "Enter Godfrey"; 6) "Rags To Riches"; 7) "A New One."  Reel III: 8) "Meeting the Madam"; 9) "Good Morning Irene"; 10) "Her Man, Part 1"; 11) "Her Man, Part 2."  Reel IV: 12) "Wayward Girls"; 13) "Nervous Service"; 14) "Lovely," composed by Joseph Gershenson; 15) "Lovely," composed by Gershenson; 16) "Butler Bait."  Reel V: 17) "Hot Pursuit"; 18) Piano improvising, no score included; 19) Piano improvising, no score included; 20) "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin," score not included, composed by Richard Wagner; 21) "My Dream," from "Ride the Pink Horse."  Reel VI: 22) "It's Written In the Stars" from "Written On the Wind," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 23) "Lazy Afternoon" from "Written On the Wind," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 24) "Ladie's Lament"; 25) "Lovely," composed by Joseph Gershenson; 26) "A Woman Roused"; 27) "Lovely," composed by Joseph Gershenson.  Reel VII: 28) "Lost Business."  Reel VIII: 29) "Congratulations"; 30) "First To Know"; 31) "Last Supper"; 32) "Lovely," composed by Joseph Gershenson; 33) "Last Supper."  Reel IX: 34) "Poor Cinderella."  Reel X: 35) "Jaguar Race"; 36) "End TItle"; 37) "End Cast (Lovely),"
Folder 4: Naked City, The, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner and Miklos Rozsa.. Compositions include:Ã?  Reel I: 1) "New York At Night"; 2) "You're a Sweetheart," score not included, composed by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson; 3) "After Tonight," score not included, composed by Milton Schwarzwald, Jack Brooks and Desi Arnaz;Ã?  4) "New York At Daybreak"; 5) "Wearing Of the Green," score not included, public domain.Ã?  Reel II: Tacet.Ã?   Reel III: 7) "Investigation for Murder."Ã?   Reel IV: 8) "Wearing Of the Green," score not included, public domain; 9) "Halloran's At Home."Ã?   Reel V: 10) "The Batorys On the Dock"; 11) "New York At Night; 12) "Over the Waves," score not included, composed by Juventino Rosas; 13) "Walking Investigation."Ã?   Reel VI: 14) "Niles Gives Himself Away."Ã?   Reel VII: 15) "Ruth's Hysteria"; 16) "Halloran Makes Progress"; 17) "Ever See a Man?"Ã?   Reel VIII: 18) "Ever See a Man?"; 19) "Over the Waves," score not included, composed by Juventino Rosas; 20) "Dr. Stoneman Breaks Down, Part 1," composed by Miklos Rozsa.Ã?   Reel IX: 21) "Dr. Stoneman Breaks Down, Part 2," composed by Miklos Rozsa; 22) "Violin Etude No. 2," score not included, composed by R. Kreutzer; 23) "Garza Attachs Halloran," composed by Miklos Rozsa; 24) "Garza Takes a Powder," composed by Miklos Rozsa.Ã?   Reel X: 25) "Halloran On the Chase," composed by Miklos Rozsa; 26) "The Chase Begins," composed by Miklos Rozsa; 27) "The Ascent," composed by Miklos Rozsa; 28) "Epilogue," composed by Miklos Rozsa.
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Folder 1: Never Say Goodbye, 1955Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Titles"; 2) "For the First Time," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 3) "Memories' Web"; 4) "Her Father's Keeper"; 5) "Goodbye."  Reel II: 6) "Welcome Accident"; 7) "Lisa's Rib"; 8) "Retrospect"; 9) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 10) "Retrospect"; 11) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 12) "Retrospect"; 13) "Liebestraume," score not included, composed by Franz Liszt; 14) "Wedding March," score not included, composed by Felix Mendelssohn.  Reel III: 15) "Carry Me Home"; 16) "For the First Time," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 17) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 18) "Lisa's Future"; 19) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 20) "Lisa's Future"; 21) "No Night Cap"; 22) "Thousand and One Nights," score not included, composed by Johann Strauss.  Reel IV: 23) "A New Life"; 24) "Tales From the VIenna Woods," score not included, composed by Johann Strauss; 25) "So Married"; 26) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 27) Piano improvising, no score included; 28) "For the First Time," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.  Reel V: 29) "Uncle Victor"; 30) "Little Miracles"; 31) "Late Mate"; 32) "Together Again"; 33) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 34) "Together Again."  Reel VI: 35) "Suspicions"; 36) "Gossip's Poison"; 37) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 38) "Gossip's Poison"; 39) "Double Run Off"; 40) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 41) "Double Run Off"; 42) "Russian Hide and Seek, Part 1."  Reel VII: 43) "Russian Hide and Seek, Part 2"; 44) "Lisa's Pupil"; 45) "Go Away"; 46) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 47) "Go Away"; 48) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.  Reel VIII: 49) "Mother's Dilemma"; 50) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 51) "Mother's Dilemma."  Reel IX: 52) "Strange Mother"; 53) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 54) "Strange Mother"; 55) "Suzy the Unbeliever."  Reel X: 56) "Resentful Suzy."  Reel XI: 57) "Lisa's Problem"; 58) "End Title, Part 1"; 59) "End Title, Part 2"; 60) "For the First Time," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 61) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Night In Paradise, 1946Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: 1) "Signature"; 2) no composition; 3) "Prologue"; 4) "Courtyard"; 5) "Croesus"; 6) "Phrygia's Emissary"; 7) "Aesop Arrives"; 8) "Aesop Arrives"; 9) "Delarai Welcomed"; 10) "Aesop's Fable"; 11) "Atossa's Anger"; 12) "Sorcery"; 13) "Atossa's Magic"; 14) "Evil Influence"; 15) "The Wager"; 16) "Aesop Wins"; 17) "The Ring"; 18) no composition; 19) "Pearl Necklace"; 20) "Atossa's Poison"; 21) "The Note"; 22) "Aesop's Answer"; 23) "Preparation for Love"; 24) "Jason of Tyre"; 25) "Charm Interpreter"; 26) "Jason Substitutes"; 27) "Love Fulfilled"; 28) "Leonidas Condemned"; 29) "Morning Visitor"; 30) "Death March"; 31) "Execution Chamber"; 32) "Cold Treatment"; 33) "Message from the Gods"; 34) "Aesop Leaves"; 35) "Delarai and Atossa"; 36) "Delphi"; 37) "Message for Croesus"; 38) Delarai Gone"; 39) "Priest's Anger"; 40) "Captured"; 41) "Over the Cliff."
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Folder 1: No Room For the Groom, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Las Vegas"; 2) "Main TItle"; 3) "Las Vegas"; 4) "First Night"; 5) "Small Pox."  Reel II: 6) "Don't Scratch"; 7) Whistling ad lib, no score included; 8) "Korean Front"; 9) "The Dying Cowboy," score not included, public domain.  Reel III: 10) "Oh! My Heart"; 11) "Why Didn't You Tell Me," 12) "Quick, The Smelling Salts."  Reel IV: 13) "Almost Caught"; 14) "Mama's Heart Again"; 15) "I Couldn't Sleep."  Reel V: 16) "Here We Go Again"; 17) 'The Dying Cowboy," score not included, public domain.  Reel VI: 18) "I Dream Of Jeanie WIth the Light Brown Hair," score not included, composed by Stepher Foster; 19) "The Dying Cowboy," score not included, public domain; 20) "Alone At Last."  Reel VII: 21) "I'll Wait For You"; 22) "Pig Foot Pete," score not included, composed by Don Ray and Gene de Paul; 23) "Square Dance" from "Louisa"; 24) "I'll Wait For You"; 25) "The Dying Cowboy," score not included, public domain.  Reel VIII: 26) "The Dying Cowboy," score  not included, public domain; 27) "Sweet Dreems"; 28) "So That's It"; 29) Bugle call, no score included.  Reel IX: 30) "Come Back, Alvah."  Reel X: 31) "I'll Wait For You"; 32) "But I Love Grapes"; 33) "End TItle (revised)"; 34) "End Title."
Folder 2: O'Flynn, The, 1948Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "The O'Flynn"; 2) "O'Flynn Meet Benedetta"; 3) "Dream Girl"; 4) "Castle O'Flynn"; 5) "O'Flynn Reminisces."  Reel II: 6) "O'Flynn Reminisces"; 7) "Rhyme With Reason"; 8) "O'Flynn's Love."  Reel III: 9) "Fancy Free Trapped"; 10) "Conacher"; 11) "The O'Flynn"; 12) "Rory O'More," score not included; composed by Lover; 13) Drums ad lib, no score included.  Reel IV: 14) "What Is It?"; 15) "Packet Recovered"; 16) "The Viceroy's Garden."    Reel V: 17) " Rhyme With Reason"; 18) "Captain O'Flynn"; 19) "Dooley the Banker"; 20) "Irish Recruiting Song," lyrics by Jack Brooks.  Reel VI: 21) "Public Trust" from "Senator Was Indiscreet," score not included, composed by Daniele Amfitheatrof'; 22) "In the Lake" from "River Lady," score not included, composed by Paul Sawtell; 23) "The Man I Marry"; 24) "Fancy Free"; 25) "Take Your Places."  Reel VII: 26) "O'Flynn Trapped."  Reel VIII: 27) "Treasure Chest"; 28) "To Save O'Flynn"; 29) Drum ad lib; 30) Drums ad lib, no score; 31) Drums ad lib, no score; 32) "Rory O'More"; 33) "As You WIsh"; 34) "It's O'Flynn, Part 1"; 35) "It's O'Flynn, Part 2."  Reel IX: 36) "Not O'Flynn's"; 37) "At Last"; 38) "Sedgemouth Unmasked"; 39) "Passing Fancy."  Reel X: 40) "Viceroy's Cavalry"; 41) "O'Flynn's Own"; 42) "O'Flynn Shot"; 43) "In, Like O"Flynn"; 44) "O'Flynn Smokes"; 45) "End Title"; 46) "Main TItle."
Folder 3: Once Upon a Horse, 1958Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 2) "Prologue"; 3) "Main Title - Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 4) "Man and Strife"; 5) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 6) "Even Stephen"; 7) "Wedding March," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 8) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel II: 9) "Wall Street Woman"; 10) "Trains Arrival"; 11) "Love and Larceny"; 12) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 13) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel III: 14) "Cattle Sighted"; 15) "Cattle Wrestling"; 16) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 17) "Grab a Calf."  Reel IV: 18) "High Hopes ("Once Upon a Horse"), composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans;19) "She's the Top"; 20) "No Deal"; 21) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 22) "No Deal"; 23) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 24) "Bar Fun"; 25) "Cowtown, Part 1."  Reel V: 26) "Cowtown, Part 2"; 27) "Posse Pursuit";  28) "Caught Again"; 29) "Persistent Posse"; 30) "Confession"; 31) "Nova Scotia Reel" from "The World In His Arms."  Reel VI: 32) Piano improvising, no score included; 33) Piano improvising, no score included.  Reel VII: 34) "Toothless"; 35) "Romancin' and Robbin'"; 36) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel VIII: 37) "Daily Constitutional"; 38) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 39) "Mouse Trapped"; 40) "Meanwhile"; 41) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 42) "Meanwhile"; 43) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 44) "Easy Credit"; 45) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel IX: 46) Piano improvising, no score included; 47) "Slugging Cellmates"; 48) "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 49) "Surrounded"; 50) "End Title and End Cast  - "Once Upon a Horse," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
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Folder 1: One Desire, 1955Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 3) "Main TItle"; 4) "Oh You Kid"; 5) "Tired Little Boy"; 6) "Pink Palace"; 7) "Restless Clint."  Reel II: 8) "Big and Little Brother"; 9) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini;10) "Tacey Goes Along"; 11) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini;12) "What Tacey Wants"; 13) "A New Life, Part 1"; 14) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 15) "A New Life, Part 1."  Reel III: 16) "A New Life, Part 2"; 17) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini;18) "Neighbor Girl"; 19) "Poor Seely"; 20) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 21) "A Talent For Money"; 22) "A Tiff."  Reel IV: 23) "Seely Orphaned"; 24) "Changed Tacey"; 25) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 26) "Spoiled Picnic"; 27) "Amorous Careerist"; 28) "De Camptown Races," score not included, composed by Stephen Foster.  Reel V: 29) "Tacey Makes Up'; 30) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 31) "Tacey Makes Up"; 32) "Trouble Ahead"; 33) "Tacey's Lost Appeal."  Reel VI:  34) "Judith's Victory"; 35) "Tacey Leaves"; 36) "Where Is Tacey?"; 37) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini;38) "Where Is Tacey?"; 39) "White Palace - #1."  Reel VII: 40) "Letter From Seely"; 41) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 42) "Letter From Seely"; 43) "Alone and Afraid"; 44) "Seely Grows Up."  Reel VIII: 45) "You Can't Do It"; 46) "Bringing Seely Home"; 47) "I'm Here To Stay"; 48) "Tacey Returns, Part 1"; 49) "Tacey Returns, Part 2"; 50) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 51) "Tacey Returns, Part 2."  Reel IX: 52) "Tacey Returns, Part 3"/"One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 53) "Saunder's Party"; 54) "Judith"; 55) "Love's Reunion"; 56) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini;57) "Love's Reunion."  Reel X:  58) "Cleansing Fire"; 59) "End Title"; 60) "One Desire," composed by Jeff Chandler and Henry Mancini; 61) "End Cast."
Folder 2: One Way Street, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Doc and Laura."  Reel II: 3) "Don't Look Back"; 4) "Arnie Killed."  Reel III: 5) "To Mexico."  Reel IV: 6) "Unknown Quest"; 7) Guitar improvising, no score included.  Reel V: 8) "Too Late"; 9) Guitar improvising, no score included; 10) "The Kiss"; 11) Guitar improvising, no score included.  Reel VI: 12) "Gracias, Doctor"; 13) "Doc Takes a Powder."  Reel VII: 14) "In Love"; 15) Guitar improvising, no score included; 16) "Santiago Shot."  Reel VIII: 17) "Dead Bandito"; 18) "Fiesta"; 19) "I'll Go Back"; 20) "Goodbye Padre."  Reel IX: 21) "Date With Death"; 22) "Fatal Reunion"; 23) "End Main Title."
Folder 3: Perfect Furlough, The, 1958Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Psychologist's Conference"; 3) "Frozen Boredom"; 4) "Furlough, Furlough."  Reel II: 5) "Argentine Bombshell"; 6) "Paul's Great Idea"; 7) "Lucky Number, Part 1."  Reel III: 8) "Lucky Number, Part 2"; 9) "Paul Meets Sandra."  Reel IV: 10) "Paul Military Policed"; 11) "Pictured Together"; 12) "Bastile Day Party."  Reel IV: 13) "Bastile Day Mambo"; 14) Whistle and hum improvising, no score included; 15)  "Paul's Balcony Approach"; 16) "Paul's Bellhop Blues"; 17) "Lamp Bulb"; 18) "Paul's Bellboy's Blooper."  Reel VI: 19) "Paul's Walking Dodge"; 20) "Sandra's Secretly Married."  Reel VII: 21) "Out of Gas"; 22) "Sandra's Wine Bath"; 23) "Loren's Forced Visit"; 24) Humming improvising, no score included; 25) Humming improvising, no score included; 26) "Loren's Dinner Gown."  Reel VIII: 27) "The New Loren"; 28) "Lieutenant Surrenders."  Reel IX: 29) "Protective Custody Again"; 30) "Human Fly Escape."  Reel X: 31) "Paul Chases Loren"; 32) "Father of Two."  Reel IX: "End Title."
Folder 4: Raging Tide, The, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:Ã?  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Prince Murder"; 3) "Alibi Missing"; 4) "Fourth Way Out."Ã?   Reel II: 5) "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," score not included, composed by Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll; 6) "Bruno Escapes"; 7) "Stowaway."Ã?   Reel III: 8) "Stowaway, Part 2"; 9) "First Sunrise"; 10) "Setting the Lines"; 11) "Fourth Way Out"; 12) "Kelsey's Montage."Ã?  Reel IV: 13) "Fish Hooks."Ã?   Reel V: 14) "Bruno's Message"; 15) "Corky's Memory."Ã?   Reel VI: 16) "Fiddler's Green"; 17) "Sextette" from "Lucia di Lammermoor," score not included, composed by G. Donizetti; 18) "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," score not included, composed by Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll; 19) "Waterfront Fight."Ã?   Reel VII: 20) "Dearest Norma" from "Norma," score not included, composed by Vincenzo Bellini; 21) "Carl Apologizes."Ã?   Reel VIII: 22) "Ave Maria," composed by Franz Schubert, arr. by Frank Skinner; 23) "Finding the Wreckage."Ã?   Reel IX: 24) "Finding the Wreckage, Part 2"; 25) "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," score not included, composed by Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll; 26) "Connie's Help"; 27) "Framing Carl."Ã?   Reel X: 28) "Albacore Fishing"; 29) "Stormy Sea"; 30) "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," score not included, composed by Joseph McCarthy and Harry Carroll; 31) "Connie Moves Over."Ã?   Reel XI: 32) "Bruno Relents"; 33) "Lost At Sea"; 34) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Ride the Pale Horse, 1947Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "La Barca de Oro,'" score not included, composed by Luis Mars and Abundio Martinez; 2) "Carmelita"; 3) "Mi Ranchito"; 4) "My Dream."  Reel II: 5) "My Dream"; 6) "Waltz"; 7) "Nicola"; 8) "Blue"; 9) "One More Kiss" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 10) "Waltz.."  Reel III: 11) "Romance," score not included, composed by Anton Rubenstein; 12) "Guadalajara," score not included, composed by Pepe Guizar; 13) "Zozobra"; 14) "La Barca de Oro," score not included, composed by Luis Mars and Abundio Martinez.  Reel IV: No music.  Reel V: No music.  Reel VI: 15) "The Victor March" from "Back Street," score not included; 16) "The Victor March" from "Back Street," score not included; 17) "Zozobra"; 18) "It Happened Again"; 19) "Don't Move" from "Patrick the Great," score not included, composed by Inez James and Sidney Miller.  Reel VII: 20) "I Want To Be Talked About," score not included, composed by Jack Brooks and Edgar Fairchild; 21) "One More Kiss" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 22) "El Toro";  23) "La Chiquita"; 24) "Mi Ranchito"; 25) "Carmelita"; 26) "La Chiquita"; 27) "Mi Ranchito."  Reel VIII: 28) "Carmelita"; 29) "La Chiquita"; 30) "Fiesta"; 31) "El Toro."  Reel IX: 32) "Zozobra"; 33) "La Chiquita"; 34) "Carnival March" from "The Magnificent Brute," score not included, composed by Paul Van Loan; 35) "Fiesta"; 36) El TOro"; 37) "At the Lake" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 38) "The Victor March" from "Back Street," score not included.  Reel X: 39) "The Victor March" from "Back Street," score not included; 40) "La Chiquita"; 41) "Zozobra"; 42) "Fiesta"; 43) "Carnival March" from "The Magnificent Brute," score not included, composed by Paul Van Loan; 44) "El Toro"; 45) "The Victor March" from "Back Street," score not included.  Reel XI:  46) "Mi Ranchito"; 47) "Carmelita"; 48) "La Chiquita"; 49) "Mi Ranchito"; 50) "La Chiquita."
Folder 2: Runaround, The, 1946Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary page not included; no Reel numbers. Compositions include:1) "Main Title"; 2) "Going To Work'; 3) No title or score; 4) "The Ruse"; 5) No title or score; 6) No title or score; 7) "Attempted Escape"; 8) No title or score; 9) "On the Make"; 10) "Whistle Stop"; 11) "Face Slapped"; 12) "The Fighting Irish"; 13) "Together Again"; 14) "The Icebag"; 15) No title or score; 16) "Money Gone"; 17) "Seven O'Clock Call"; 18) "Willis Exposed"; 19) No title or score; 20) "Auto Accident"; 21) No title or score; 22) No title or score; 23) "Going Home"; 24) No title or score; 25) "Going Home"; 26) "Wrong Girl"; 27) "End Title."
Folder 3: Sally and Saint Anne, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title (Revised)"; 2) "Substitute Saint"; 3) "McCarthy"; 4) "Snitcher"; 5) "Grandpa's Advice"; 6) "Grandpa's Tree"; 7) "McCarthy's Black Eye."  Reel II: 8) "Sally Grows Up"; 9) "The Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow," score not included, public domain; 10) "Reel 2-C"; 11) Piano ad lib, no score included; 12) Piano ad lib, no score included; 13) Piano ad lib, no score included; 14) "The Big Kiss."  Reel III: 15) "Reel 3-A"; 16) "A Roof For the Church"; 17) Piano ad lib, no score included; 18) Piano ad lib, no score included; 19) "Candy for Grandpa"; 20) "The Big Kiss"; 21) "The Big Kiss"; 22) "Supervisor's Blues."  Reel IV: 23) "Grandpa Evesdrops"; 24) "Man Bait"; 25) "See What I Mean"; 26) "You're a Sweetheart," score not included, composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 27) "Sally's Bait"; 28) "Country Club"; 29) "Jitterbug Routine," composed by Henri Mancini; 30) "Marie" from "The Beautiful Cheat," score not included.  Reel V: Not listed on Summary sheet.  Reel VI: 31) "The Wilson Hop," from "Harvey"; 32) "The Big Kiss"; 33) "The Big Kiss"; 34) "The Big Kiss"; 35) "Lost House"; 36) "Wonderful Time"; 37) "McCarthy's New Neighbors"; 38) "Summons Montage, Part 1"; 39) "Summons Montage, Part 2."  Reel VII:  40) "Grandpa's Advice"; 41) "Grandpa's Tree."  Reel VIII: 42) Piano ad lib, no score included; 43) "Fight Routine - #1," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 44) "Fight Routine - #2," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 45) "McCarthy"; 46) "Fight Routine - #2," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 47) "Fight Routine - #2," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 48) "Substitute Saint"; 49) "Fight Routine - #1," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 50) "Fight Routine - #3, composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 51) "Fight Routine - #4," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers.  Reel IX: 52) "Fight Routine - #5," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 53) "Fight Routine - #6," composed by Frank Skinner and Tommy Chambers; 54) "End Title."
Folder 4: Shenandoah, 1965Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Emblem"; 2) "Main TItle" ("Shenandoah"), public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3) "Charge"; 4) "Distant Cannon"; 5) "The Boy"; 6) "Grave Tribute" ("Shenandoah"), public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 7) "Rock of Ages," public domain.  Reel II: 8) "Rock of Ages," public domain; 9) "Ripe For Pickin'."  Reel III: 10) "Roll Call"; 11) "Roll Call"; 12) "Closing In."  Reel IV: 13) "The Loved Ones"; 14) "Horseplay"; 15) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr.by Frank Skinner; 16) "Horseplay."  Reel V: 17) "Wedding March," score not included, composed by Richard Wagner; 18) "Ominous Report"; 19) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VI: 20) "Ambush"; 21) "Young Captives"; 22) "Battle Hymn of the Republic," public domain, score not included, traditional.  Reel VII: 23) "Search Begins."  Reel VIII: 24) "Surprise Prisoner"; 25) "Burn It"; 26) :"Bridal Sweet:"; 27) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 28) "Bridal Sweet."  Reel IX: 29) "Bridal Sweet"; 30) "The Runaways"; 31) "The Runaways"; 32) "Yellow Rose of Texas," public domain, traditional; 33) "Prepare For Combat"; 34) "War Is Hell"; 35) "What Foe?"  Reel X: 36) "What Foe?"; 37) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 38) "The Butchers (Revised)"; 39) "Fatal Shot"; 40)  "Charlie's Curse"; 41) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 42) "Charlie's Curse."  Reel XI: 43) "The Dead and Living"; 44) "Memorium"; 45) "Shenandoah," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 46) "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," public domain, traditional; 47) "Praise God From [Whom} All Blessings Flow," public domain, traditional; 48) "End Title" ("Shenandoah"), public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.
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Folder 1: Shrike, The, 1955Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 3) "The Wrong Name (Revised)."  Reel II: 4) "Jim Mad At Interview."  Reel III: 5) "The Beginning"; 6) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 7) "The Beginning."  Reel IV: 8) "Most Pleasing (Revised)"; 9) "Most Pleasing"; 10) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 11) "Most Pleasing"; 12) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 13) "Ann's Persistence"; 14) "Walk Out"; 15) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer.  Reel V: 16) "Be Sure To Phone'; 17) "Restaurant Scene"; 18) "Home To Ann"; 19) "Home To Ann - Tag"; 20) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 21) "First Flop (Revised)"; 22) "Dark Clouds, Part 1."  Reel VI: 23) "Dark Clouds, Part 2 (Revised)"; 24) "Shipping"; 25) "Enough Is Enough."  Reel VII: 26) "Ugly Woman," score not included, Hubert Charles; 27) "Calinga," score  not included, composed by Joe Comadore; 28) "Matilda, Matilda," score not included, composed by Harry Thomas.  Reel VIII: 29) "Encouragement"; 30) "Undercurrent."  Reel IX: 31) "That's OVer"; 32) "Know Yourself."  Reel X: 33) "Crushed"; 34) "My Love, My Love," composed by Jose Ferrer; 35) "Crushed"; 36) "A Wife's Custody"; 37) "End TItle" ("My Love, My Love"), composed by Jose Ferrer; 38) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Sleeping City, The, 1950Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Signature"; 2) "Tony Rescued" from "Swell Guy, score not included; 3) "The Test" from "Swell Guy," score not included; 4) "Foster Walks."  Reel II: Tacet.  Reel III: Tacet.  Reel IV: 5) "Insulin Spasm."  Reel V: 6) "Two Cigarettes In the Dark."  Reel VI: Tacet.  Reel VII: 7) "Pop's Note Book."  Reel VIII: 8) "More White Stuff."  Reel IX: 9) "Hospital Chase, Part 1"; 10) "Hospital Chase, Part 2"; 11) "Case Closed, Part 1"; 12) "Case Closed, Part 2."
Folder 3: Smash Up, 1947Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No Summary page; reel numbers shown on some scores. Compositions include:1) "Life Can Be Beautiful (Main Title)," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.  2) "Critical Case"; 3) "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 6) "Ken and Angie,' composed by Frank Skinner and "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy Mchugh; 9) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 10) "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 11) "Lonely Little Ranch House," composed by Edgar Fairchild, lyrics by Jack Brooks; 12) 9) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 13) "Bringing Presents"; 14) "Angie Suffers"; 15) "A Cowboy's Never Lonesome," composed by Jack Brooks; 16) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 17) "Country Home"; 18) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 19) "Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 20) "Angie's Fright"; 21) "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh; 22) "Conway Success Montage, #1"; 23) "Conway Success Montage, #2"; 24) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 25) "Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 26) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 27) "Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 28) No item #28; 29) "Insidioius, Parts 1 and 2"; 30) "Insidious, Parts 1 and 2"; 31) "Angie's Nightmare"; 32) "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 33) No item #33; 34) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 35) No item #35; 36) "Hangover"; 37) "After Thought"; 38) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 39) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 40) "Pneumonia"; 41) "Crisis Over"; 42) "Martha"; 43) "Just As I Left"; 44) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 45) "Proverb"; 46) "The Party"; 47) No item #47; 48) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 49) "The Fight"; 50) "Divorce"; 51) No item #51; 52) "Self Hatred"; 53) "I Miss That Feeling," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 54) "Ralegh Club"; 55) No item #55; 56) "Life Can Be Beautiful," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 57) "Drunk Montage"; 58) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 59) "Angie's Idea"; 60) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 61) "Angie's Idea"; 62) "Good Night (Cradle Song)," composed by Johannes Brahms, arr. by Frank Skinner; 63) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 64) "Past and Present"; 65) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 66) "Past and Present"; 67) "The Fire"; 68) " Hush-A-Bye Island," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 69) "Life Can Be Beautiful (End Title)," composed by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.
Folder 4: Son of Frankenstein, 1939Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No Summary sheet included. No reel numbers. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "The Message"; 3) "The General"; 4) "The Discovery"; 5) "The Discovery"; 6) ) "The Examination"; 7) "The Examination"; 8) "The Result of the Examination"; 9) "The Result of the Examination"; 10) "The Giant"; 11) "Looking For a Monster"; 12) "Looking For a Monster"; 13) "Blute [sic] Solo"; 14) "Blute Solo"; 15) "Blute Solo"; 16) "The Discovery"; 17) " Death of Ygor"; 18) "The Monster Appears"; 19) "The Monster's Lament"; 20) "Monster on Rampage"; 21) "The Menace Destroyed"; 22) "End Title"; 23) "The Cast."
Folder 5: Star In the Dust, 1956Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3) "Main Title"; 4) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel II: 5) "Date At Dawn"; 6) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 7) " Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel III: 8) "Heated Schoolhouse (Alternate)"; 9) "Heated Schoolhouse"; 10) "School of Hard Knocks"; 11) "Inlaw or Outlaw."  Reel IV; Tacet.  Reel V: 12) "Cut Lines (Intro)"; 13) "Cut Lines"; 14) "Gun Smuggling."  Reel VI: 15) "Double Cross"; 16) "Plot Foiled (Alternate)"; 17) "Nellie's Letters"; 18) "Sam Hall (New arrangement), arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VII: 19) "Bill Meets Farmers"; 20) "Knocked Cold"; 21) "Ranchers Are Coming, Part 1."  Reel VIII: 22) "Ranchers Are Coming, Part 2"; 23) "Five Minutes To Go"; 24) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 25) "Time Is Up."  Reel IX: 26) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 27) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 28) "Death At Sundown"; 29) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 30) "End Title (Sam Hall)," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 31) "Sam Hall," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.
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Folder 1: Swell Guy, 1947Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. No Summary sheet included. No reel numbers. Compositions include:1) "Main Title"; 2) "Carmelita"; 3) "The Duncan Home"; 4) "Don't Move," composed by Inez James and Sidney Miller; 5) "I Don't Know Why," composed by Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert; 6) "I Want To Be Talked About," composed by Jack Brooks and Edgar Fairchild; 7) "After Thought," composed by Jack Brooks, Dezi Arnaz and Milton Swarzwald; 8) "One More Kiss"; 9) "Jim's Excuse"; 10) "Tony"; 11) "You're No Good"; 12) "Jim Montage"; 13) "Old Friend"; 14) "Jim's Office"; 15) "Crap Game"; 16) No item #16; 17) "One More Kiss"; 18) "Getting Even"; 19) "At the Lake"; 20) No item #20; 21) "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow," public domain; 22)  "Success March"; 23) "Mother and Son"; 24) "One More Kiss"; 25) "The Test"; 26) "Marion's Secret, Part 1"; 27) "Marion's Secret, Part 2"; 28) "Marie"; 29) "Jim and Tony"; 30) "Father and Son"; 31) "Last Chapter"; 32) "Mike's Love"; 33) "Jim and Ann"; 34) "Running Away, Part 1"; 35) "Running Away, Part 2"; 36) "Tony Rescued"; 37) "End Title."
Folder 2: Sword In the Desert, 1949Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title."  Reel II: Tacet.  Reel III: Tacet.  Reel IV: Tacet.  Reel V: 2) "The Traitor."  Reel VI: 3) "Surprised."  Reel VII: Tacet.  Reel VIII: Tacet.  Reel IX: 4) "Sabra"; 5) "Silent Night," score not included, composed by Joseph Mohr and Franz Gruber; 6) "I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls" from the opera "The Bohemian Girl," score not included, composed by Michael William Balfe.  Reel X: 7) "Dashing White "Sergeant," score not included, public domain; 8) "God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen," score  not included, public domain; 9) "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," score not included, composed by Felix Mendelssohn; 10) "Good Bye, My Lover, Good Bye," score not included, public domain; 11) "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," score not included, public domain.  Reel XI: 12) "End Title (Adeste Fidelis), public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 13) "Main Title."
Folder 3: Tammy, 1957Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I:1) "Main Title"; 2) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 3) "Reflections"; 4) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 5) "Reflections"; 6) "Survivor"; 7) "Shoo I'm Back"; 8) "Out of Time, Part 1."  Reel II: 9) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 10) "Out of Time, Part 2"; 11) "Or Is You Ain't (Tammy)," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 12) "I Can Learn"; 13) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 14) "Old Rockin' Chair (Tammy)," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel III: 15) "Some Fool Law"; 16) "The Parting"; 17) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 18) "Tammy's Trek"; 19) "Mary Lee - #2" from "Written On the Wind"; 20) "Sleepy Minuet (Minuet In G)," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel IV: 21) "The Outside World"; 22) "Initiation"; 23) "Old Southern Custom, Part 1 and 2"; 24) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 25) "Old Southern Custom, Part 1 and 2."  Reel V: 26) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 27) "Depressed Guest"; 28) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 29) "Depressed Guest"; 30) "Romantic Plans"; 31) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 32) "Romantic Plans"; 33) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 34) "Intro to Tammy"; 35) "Tammy," and "Tammy (Tag)," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.  Reel VI: 36) "Be Yourself."  Reel VII: 37) "Wolf and the Lamb"; 38) "Between the Lines"; 38) "Between the Lines"; 39) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 40) "Tammy (Humming visual)," score not included, composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 41) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 42) "Wolfess"; 43) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 44) "Pen Pal."  Reel VIII: 45) "Tammy's Round"; 46) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 47) "Miss Understood."  Reel IX: 48) "Grandmother's Gown"; 49) "Growed"; 50) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 51) "Pilgrimage Waltz"; 52) "Walkin' Woman."  Reel X: 53) "Strange Things"; 54) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 55) "Broken Spell."  Reel XI: 56) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 57) "Real Gone Girl"; 58) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 59) "Wrong Kind Of Love"; 60) "End Title"; 61) "Tammy," composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans; 62) "End Cast."
Folder 4: Tarnished Angels, The, 1957Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title'; 2) "Dixie Land," score not included, public domain; 3) "Who's Who?"; 4) "Southern Roses," score not included, public domain; 5) "Listen To the Mocking Bird," score not included; 6) "Not Tonight."  Reel II: 7) "Patriotic Poster Passion"; 8) "Romantic Notions"; 9) "A Sense Of Shame"; 10) "Night Cap, Part 1."  Reel III: 11) "Night Cap, Part 2"; 12) "At the Lake" from "Swell Guy"; 13) "Blue Danube Waltz," score not included, composed by Johann Strauss; 14) "Fire and Water"; 15) "Plane Lost."  Reel IV: 16) "Auld Lang Syne," score not included, public domain; 17) "Southern Roses," score not included, public domain; 18) "Raw Deal"; 19) "Loves Beginning."  Reel V: 20) "Jam Session" from "Walking My Baby Back Home," composed by Henry Mancini; 21) "Birth Of Fire"; 22) "Not Funny."  Reel VI: 23) "Over the Waves," score not included, composed by J. Rosas; 24) "Suffering Heel"; 25) "Dixie Land," score not included, public domain.  Reel VII: 26) "Old Folks At Home," score not included, composed by Stephen Foster; 27) "Silver Threads Among the Gold," score not included, public domain; 28) "Over the Waves," score  not included, composed by J. Rosas; 29) "Cielito Lindo," score not included, public domain; 30) "Over the Waves," score not included, composed by J. Rosas; 31) "Fire and Water"; 32) "Cielito Lindo," score not included, public domain.  Reel VIII: 33) "Darling Nelly Gray," score not included, public domain; 34) "Mixed Emotions"; 35) "La Marchande d'Oranges" from "The Orange Vendor," public domain, arr. by Herman Stein.  Reel IX: 36) Piano improvising, no score included; 37) "Forsaken."  Reel X: 38) "Throw the Clown Out"; 39) "End Title"; 40) "End Cast."
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Folder 1: Tattered Dress, The, 1957Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1)  "Main Title"; 2) "Shots In the Night."  Reel II: 3) "In the Swim"; 4) "What Else"; 5) "Guided Tour, Part 1."  Reel III: 6) "Guided Tour, Part 2"; 7) "Counselor and Client."  Reel IV: 8) "One Last Advance"; 9) "Loyal Lady."  Reel V: 10) "Game Gone"; 11) "Family Reasons."  Reel VI: 12) "Nerves."  Reel VII: 13) "Hot Rod" from "The Unguarded Moment," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 14) "Dark Blue" from "The Unguarded Moment," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 15) "That Man," score  not included, composed by Paul Francis Webster and Sammy Fain; 16) "Grim Game"; 17) "Hokey."  Reel VIII: 18) "No More Laughter"; 19) "Battered and Bloody."  Reel IX: 20) "Strange New Thoughts."  Reel X: 21) "Either Way"; 22) "Just an Act:"; 23) "End Title"; 24) "End Cast."
Folder 2: Taza, Son Of Cochise, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Geronimo's Village"; 3) Indian chant, no score included; 4) "A New Chief"; 5) Indian chant, no score included; 6) "Fight For Oona"; 7) "Geronimo's Village"; 8) "Fight For Oona";  9) "Guarding Naiche, Part 1."  Reel II: 10) "Guarding Naiche, Part 2"; 11) "Naiche's Escape"; 12) "Naiche Chased"; 13) Bugle call, no score included.  Reel III: 14) "Treaty Broken"; 15) "Fort Apache"; 16) "Fort Apache Falls"; 17) Bugle call, no score included; 18) "Disarming the Army."; 19) "Indian Supplies."  Reel IV: 20) Bugle call, no score included; 21) "Lance Fight"; 22) "Oona's Dream."  Reel V: 23) "Geronimo's Arrival"; 24) "Oona's Scars."  Reel VI: 25) "Apaches Punish Apache"; 26) "Bride For Sale"; 27) Indian drums, no score included.  Reel VII: 28) Indian drums, no score included; 29) Indian chant,  no score included; 30) Indian drums, no score included; 31) "Confined To Post"; 32) "Police Revolt."  Reel VIII: 33) "Ambushed"; 34) "Taza To the Rescue"; 35) "Surrender"; 36) "End Title"; 37) "End Cast."
Folder 3: Thunder Bay, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 3) "Main Title"; 4) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 5) "Foreigners."  Reel II: 6) "A Nose For Oil."  Reel III: 7) "Gue-Gue Solingaie, public domain, arr. by Milton Rosen.  Reel IV: 8) "Stella's Past"; 9) "Bombing the Shrimp Beds"; 10) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 11) "Bombing the Shrimp Beds."  Reel V: 12) "Teche Goes Swimming"; 13) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 14) "Fishermen Violence, Part 1"; 15) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 16) "Fishermen Violende, Part 2"; 17) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 18) "Fishermen Violence, Part 2."  Reel VI: 19) "Construction Montage"; 20) "Sisterly Advice, Part 1."  Reel VII: 21) "Sisterly Advice, Part 2"; 22) "Unexpected Visitor"; 23) "Steve and Stella"; 24) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 25) "Dynamiting the Rig"; 26) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner"; 27) "Dynamiting the Rig."  Reel VIII: 28) "Phillipe Killed"; 29) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 30) "Phillipe Killed"; 31) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 32) "Phillipe Killed"; 33) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 34) "Phillipe Killed"; 35) "Drilling Montage."  Reel IX: 36) "Blowout"; 37) "The Bride Leaves Home"; 38) "Stirring Up Trouble (Gue-Gue Solingaie)," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel XI: 39) "Stella's Messenger"; 40) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 41) "Stella's Messenger"; 42) "Fishermen's Invasion"; 43) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 44) "Fishermen's Invasion."  Reel XII: 45) "The Well Blows In"; 46) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 47) "The Well Blows In"; 48) "End Title"; 49) "Gue-Gue Solingaie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 50) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Top of the Town, 1937Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary sheet not included. Reel numbers not included. Compositions include: 1) "Jamboree (Vocal)," composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 2) "Salt Mine"; 3) "Hamlet Soliloquy"; 4) "Where Are You?"; 5) "Main Title, A"; 6) "Main Title, B"; 6) "Elevator Sequence"; 7) "Sailor Opening"; 8) "Second Sailor Entrance"; 9) "Radio Theme," composed by Charles Henderson; 10) "Blame It On the Rumba (New Niesen Vocal)"; 11) "Camel Walk"; 12) "Where Are You? (Instrumental)"; 13) "Foolish Feeling"; 14) "Foolish Feeling"; 14) "Fireman Number"; 15) "Ladder Sequence"; 16) "Foolish Feeling"; 16) "Planting Reaping"; 17) "Foolish Feeling"; 18) "Where Are You?", composed by Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson; 19) "News Paper Insert"; 20) "Where Are You?"; 20) "Fireman, Save My Child"; 21) "No Two Ways About It'; 22) "No Two Ways About It"; 23) "There's No Two Ways About It"; 24) "Storm Music"; 25) "Parade Of the VIce Presidents"; 26) "Foolish Feeling"; 27) "Fanfare"; 28) "Top Of the Town Dance"; 29) "Blame It On the Rhumba"; 30) "Foolish Feeling"; 31) "Ballet Moderne"; 32) "Overlap"; 32) "Overlap"; 33) "Jamboree (New Niesen Vocal)"; 34) "Round" (from "Jamboree"); 35) "Gene's Dance"; 35) "Interlude To Gene's Dance"; 36) "Murphy's Dance"; 37) "Potomac"; 38) "Trailer."
Folder 2: Ugly American, The, 1963Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "New Emblem"; 2) "Freedom Road"; 3) "Main Title"; 4) "America the Beautiful," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 5) "Martinson's Murder"; 6) "Propaganda"; 7) "America the Beautiful," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel II: Tacet.  Reel III: 8) "America the Beautiful," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 9) Thai chants, no score included, traditional, public domain.  Reel IV: 10) "A Friendly Note (Revised)"; 11) Platter Chatter; 12) "Friendly Reunion (Revised)."  Reel V: 13) "Friendly Reunion (Revised)"; 14) "Friendly Reunion (Revised)"; 15) "Annie Laurie," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel VI: 16) "Food For Thought."  Reel VII: 17) "East Is East"; 18) "Disillusioned"; 19) "Freedom Road"; 20) "Good Samaritans."  Reel VIII: 21) "Hunger Strike"; 22) "The King."  Reel IX: Tacet.  Reel X: 23) "Dedication Ceremony March"; 24) "Sarkhanese Hail The Chief"; 25) Thai ceremonial chant, no score included, traditional, public domain; 26) "Sarkhanese Pomp and Circumstance"; 27) "Desolation"; 28) "Communist Invasion."  Reel XI: 29) "Chain Of Friendship."  Reel XII: 30) "Moment Of Decision"; 31) "Urgent Reunion."  Reel XIII: 32) "The Assassin"; 33) "Deong's Farewell"; 34) "End Title (America the Beautiful)," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner;
Folder 3: Weekend With Father, 1951Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) Piano ad lib, no score included.  Reel II: 3) Piano ad lib, no score included; 4) "First Night Out"; 5) "Are You In Love," composed by Frederick Herbert, Joseph Gershenson and Milton Rosen; 6) "Falling In Love"; 7) Piano ad lib, no score included; 8) "Are You In Love," composed by Frederick Herbert, Joseph Gershenson and Milton Rosen.  Reel III: Tacet.  Reel IV: 9) "Bridle Path"; 10) "Train Markers, Part 1."  Reel V: 11) "Trail Markers, Part 2"; 12) "Kid's Dance."  Reel VI: 13) "Try Try Again"; 14) "Sack Race"; 15) "Boat Race."  Reel VII: 16) "Harness Race."  Reel VIII: 17) "Growing Up"; 18) "Boys Will Be Boys, Part 1."  Reel IX: 19) "Boys Will Be Boys"; 20) "Search Begins"; 21) "Come Back, Henry"'; 22) "End Title."
Folder 4: White Savage, 1943Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Summary sheet not included. Reel numbers not included. Compositions include: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Williams' Discovery"; 3) "Miller Chokes Williams"; 4) "Entering the Harbor"; 5) "Princess Tahia's Arrival"; 6) "Good Fishing"; 7) "Tahia"; 8) "Kaloe"; 9) "Tahia's Boudoir"; 10) "Kaloe Meets Blossom"; 11) "Masquerading"; 12) "The Clinch"; 13) "Wong's Place"; 14) "Friends"; 15) "Kidnapped"; 16) "Accused"; 17) "Little Fixer"; 18) "The Temple"; 19) "The Gold Pool"; 20) "A Family Quarrel"; 21) "Confession of Love"; 22) No item #22; 23) No Item #23; 24) "Festival Prelude"; 25) "Drum Dance"; 26) "The Knife"; 27) "Lion Pit"; 28) "Cris Captured"; 29) "Holding the Bag"; 30) "To Arms"; 31) "Avalanche"; 32) "The Ruins"; 33) "End Title."
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Folder 1: Wings Of the Hawk, 1953Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "Bonita Canyon Mine"; 3) "Ruiz Takes Over"; 4) "Marcos Killed."  Reel II: 5) "Insurrecto Ambush"; 6) "Insurrecto Camp"; 7) "The Operation."  Reel III: 8) "The Inn" from "Mark of the Renegade."  Reel IV: 9) "The Priest's Message"; 10) "Wanted For Murder"; 11) "Irish's Mistake"; 12) "Jail Break"; 13) "La Adelita"; 14) "Mexican Hat Dance," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner.  Reel V: 15) "Chiquita"; 16) "Carmelita" from "Ride the Pink Horse"; 17) "Mi Ranchito"  from "Ride the Pink Horse"; 18) "The Inn" from "Mark of the Renegade"; 19) Piano notes, no score included; 20) "The Inn" from "Mark of the Renegade"; 21) "Ruiz and Elena."  Reel VI: 22) "The Traitor"; 23) "Federales Attack"; 24) "The Survivors"; 25) "Mass Murder."  Reel VII: 26) "Liquid Fire, Part 1"; 27) "Liquid Fire, Part 2"; 28) "Gun Running."  Reel VIII: 29) "Raquel's Sacrifice"; 30) "Arturo Gets His"; 31) "Insurrecto Trap, Part 1."  Reel IX: 32) "Insurrecto Trap, Part 2"; 33) "Insurrecto Trap, Part 3"; 34) "End Title and Cast."
Folder 2: Wonderful Years, The, 1958Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 3) "The Wonderful Years," composed by Carolyn Leigh and Sammy Fain; 4) "Main Title"; 5) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 6) "Main Title"; 7) "Teasing Melinda," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner;  8) "Tea For Teacher"; 9) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 10) "Tea For Teacher"; 11) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson;12) "Tea For Teacher"; 13) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson;14) "Tea For Teacher"; 15) "The Wonderful Years," composed by Carolyn Leigh and Sammy Fain;  Reel II: 16) "Yo Yo #1," from "The Unguarded Moment," score not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 17) "T.V. Parade March."  Reel III: 18) "Gentle Courtship"; 19) "Racing Along"; 20) "Lazy Afternoon" from "Written On the WInd," score  not included, composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner.  Reel IV: 21) "The GIllman Stomp" from "The Revenge of the Creature," score  not included, composed by Henry Mancini; 22) "Only a Dream Ago" from "Written On the Wind," score not included, composed by Frank Skinner, Al Skinner and VIctor Kirk.  Reel V: 23) "Mary Lee #2" from "Written On the WInd," score not included; 24) "A Part to Play"; 25) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 26) "A Part To Play."  Reel VI: 27) "Mother's Outburst"; 28) "Cha Cha, Part 1," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner.  Reel VII: 29) "Cha Cha, Part 2, composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 30) "Love's Discovery"; 31) "The Wonderful Years," composed by Carolyn Leigh and Sammy Fain; 32) "Wedding March," score not included, public domain; 33) "Love's Discovery"; 34) "Light Cavalry," score not included, public domain; 35) "Rosamunde Ballet" from "Hers to Hold," score not included, public domain.  Reel VIII: 36) "My Dream" from "Ride the Pink Horse," score not included; 37) "Broken Spell" from "Tammy," score not included; 38) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 39) "Fight's Aftermath"; 40) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 41) "Fight's Aftermath."  Reel IX: 42) "No Need For Tears"; 43) "The Wonderful Years," composed by Carolyn Leigh and Sammy Fain; 44) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 45) "End Title"; 46) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 47) "End Title"; 48) "I'll Remember April," composed by Don Raye, Gene de Paul and Pat Johnson; 49) "The Wonderful Years," composed by Carolyn Leigh and Sammy Fain.
Folder 3: World In His Arms, The, 1952Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include:  Reel I: 1) "Main Title"; 2) "San Francisco, Part 1"; 3) "San Francisco, Part 2."  Reel II: Tacet.  Reel III: 4) "Party Sequence #1" from "Song of the Danube," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; 5) "Party Sequence #2" from "Song of the Danube," public domain, arr. by Frank Skinner; "Nova Scotia Reel,"  Reel IV: 7) "The Girl I Left Behind Me," score not included, public domain; 8) "Russian Cafe"; 9) "Gypsy Love #1"; 10) "With a Kiss."  Reel V: 11) "In a Fog"; 12) "Roses"; 13) "The Pilgrim."  Reel VI: 14) "When We're Married"; 15) "Gypsy Love #1"; 16) "Gypsy Love #2"; 17) "Marina Gone"; 18) "Gypsy Love #3."  Reel VII: 19) "The Big Race, Part 1"; 20) "The Big Race, Part 2."  Reel VIII: 21) "The Big Race, Part 3"; 22) "Marina Captured:; 23) "Jonathan In Danger."  Reel IX: Tacet.  Reel X: 24) "Jonathan Captured"; 25) "Please Believe Me"; 26) "On Trial"; 27) "Fifty Lashes"; 28) "Marina's Sacrifice"; 29) "Back To Sitka"; 30) "Russian Dance."  Reel XI: 31) "Arrival At Sitka"; 32) "Russian Dance"; 33) "The Kingdom of Heaven," score not included, traditional, public domain; 34) "We Go"; 35) "The Duel"; 36) "End Title."
Folder 4: Written on the Wind, 1956Add to your cart.
Musical Score by Frank Skinner. Compositions include: Reel I: 1) "Prologue"; 2) "Main Title (Written on the Wind)," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 3) "Display"; 4) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn.  Reel II: 5) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 6) "Abduction From '21'"; 7) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 8) "Abduction From '21'"; 9) "Point of No Return"; 10) "It's Written In the Stars," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 11) "Borrowed Splendor"; 12) "Kyle Nonplussed."  Reel III: 13) "You Came My Way"; 14) "Pistol Wedding, Part 1."  Reel IV: 15) "Pistol Wedding, Part 2"; 16) "Mary Lee #1."  Reel V: 17) "Mitch's Bad Girl"; 18) "Children's Voices"; 19) "Only a Dream Ago," composed by Frank Skinner, Al Skinner and Victor Kirk; 20) Ukelele strumming ad lib, no score included.  Reel VI: 21) "Mary Lee #2"; 22) "Let's Dance the Moonlight Waltz Again," composed by Al Skinner, Victor Kirk and Frank Skinner; 23) "River Picnic"; 24) "Kyle's Weakness"; 25) "Lazy Afternoon," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner.  Reel VII: 26) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 27) "Cops In Paradise"; 28) "Demon Alcohol"; 29) "Temptation," composed bt Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown; 30) "Post Mortem, Part 1."  Reel VIII: 31) "Post Mortem, Part 2"; 32) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 33) "From Bad To Worse"; 34) "Goodbye Mitch, Part I (Written on the Wind)," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn.  Reel IX: 35) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 36) "Goodbye Mitch, Part 2"; 37) "Kyle's Bottle," composed by Frank Skinner, Al Skinner and Victor Kirk; 38) "Is It Good News"; 39) "Kyle Goes Berserk."  Reel X: 40) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 41) "Miscarriage"; 42) "Written on the Wind," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn; 43) "Miscarriage"; 44) "Rockin' Chair Roll," composed by Frank Skinner and Al Skinner; 45) "Bedlam"; 46) "Kyle's End."  Reel XI: 47) "Inquest"; 48) "Far From the River"; 49) "End Title (Written on the Wind)," composed by Victor Young and Sammy Cahn.

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