Suspenseful music, building up in a crescendo; his cue is borrowed from Crime School
They take Elaine into the cellar
[m. 1] Cue: X X X / molto agitato / sordini; [m. 2] come sopra Reel 8 Part 4 "Crime School!" orig key; [m. 8] rall; [m. 9] fix [caesura]! no tie overs!
[m. 1] Door slams; [m. 8] Whats the matter?
[m. 1] brass muted (and felts)
This dramatic cue features many sequences, rising by whole steps through Bb7(b9) to C7(b9) and D7(b9), then shifting to another pattern that oscillates between diminished 7th chords (still rising by whole steps); there is some metric dissonance as the overlapping patterns repeat at different rates; for example, in m. 6, the patterns repeat twice per measure in the top layer, then 6 times per measure, 4 times per measure, and once per measure; the cue ends with a C#7(b9) chord