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98 results for "sentimental" in 27 films — see also love | romantic

FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)So Help Me (If I Don't Love You)0:19:36 - Rocky leaves the nightclubadvance plot | conversing | gangster | lawyer | leading man | popular music | room | sentimental | source music

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Rocky and Laury0:41:37 - Laury pushes her way through the crowdaltered dominant | arriving | close-up | conflict | heartbroken | leading lady | love interest | rushing | sentimental | shop
Beyond the Forest (1949)Chicago (Mink Coat)0:29:01 - Rosa sees Carol's mink coatadvance plot | conversing | familiar tune | jealousy | leading lady | popular tune | sentimental | train station

Beyond the Forest (1949)

Chicago (Jealous)0:29:33 - Rosa glares at Caroladvance plot | conversing | dark | familiar tune | jealousy | leading lady | popular tune | sentimental | train station

Beyond the Forest (1949)

I’m in a Jam with Baby0:54:39 - Rosa walks down the streetadvance plot | arriving | bouncer | club | crying | departing | jazz | leading lady | sentimental | sitting | source music | stranger

Beyond the Forest (1949)

Chicago (Molto Tranquillo)1:20:35 - Rosa in bedadvance plot | banging | calm | familiar tune | leading lady | maid | murderer | popular tune | recovering | resting | room | sentimental | sickness

Beyond the Forest (1949)

Chicago (Molto Expressivo)1:20:43 - The maid in the kitchenadvance plot | familiar tune | leading lady | maid | murderer | popular tune | recovering | resting | room | sentimental | sickness | upbeat
His Greatest Gamble (1934)Blue Ridge Moon0:53:16 - Philip talks with Aliceadvance plot | conversing | daughter | gentle | leading lady | love interest | mansion | popular music | radio | sentimental | source music | waltz

His Greatest Gamble (1934)

Morning Glory Waltz (Radio)0:57:06 - Philip talks with Alice9th chord | advance plot | conversing | daughter | fugitive | gentle | leading lady | leading man | mansion | mode mixture | radio | score to source | sentimental | source music | transcribed by ear | walking
City for Conquest (1940)Tone Poem D (Main Title)0:01:00 - Credits over a city skyline9th chord | 64 chord | added-note chord | blue note | bluesy | cast list | city | countermelody | mode mixture | opening title sequence | sentimental | skyline

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Soliloquy)0:02:50 - Old-timer talks with cop9th chord | 13th chord | arguing | bluesy | bridge | chromatic parallelism | city | establish setting | old man | police | sentimental | soliloquy

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Soliloquy 2)0:05:44 - Old-timer talks to a stone carver9th chord | 13th chord | bluesy | child | chromatic parallelism | conversing | establish character | fragmentation | love | old man | romantic | sentimental | soliloquy | street | worker

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Waltz Grazioso)0:06:09 - Two children playing9th chord | child | conversing | establish character | foreign key modulation | love | Neapolitan | old man | romantic | sentimental | soliloquy | street | waltz

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Farewell)0:55:31 - Peggy bids farewell to Danny9th chord | appoggiatura | augmented sixth chord | conversing | crying | embracing | enharmonic respelling | farewell scene | leading lady | leading man | leaving | mode mixture | plagal cadence | romantic | sentimental | street

City for Conquest (1940)

Where Were You When the Moon Came Out (Sad)1:20:48 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | altered dominant | blur | brother | composer | leading man | musician | on-screen music | playing | room | sentimental | source music | victim | watching

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1:32:32 - Violins playing9th chord | 11th chord | 13th chord | audience | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | deceptive resolution | dramatic | Gershwinesque | leading lady | listening | musician | on-screen music | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | sequence | source music | watching | zoom in

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Grandioso)1:36:11 - Audience enjoying the performance9th chord | 13th chord | altered dominant | audience | bold | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | deceptive resolution | double exposure | dramatic | Gershwinesque | leading lady | leading man | listening | musician | on-screen music | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | smiling | source music | watching

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A (Tutti 2)1:36:41 - Danny's figure appears in the concert hall9th chord | 13th chord | AABA structure | added-note chord | audience | bold | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | crying | deceptive resolution | double exposure | dramatic | Gershwinesque | leading man | listening | mode mixture | musician | on-screen music | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | smiling | source music | watching | zoom out

City for Conquest (1940)

Sidewalks of New York (Soliloquy)1:42:56 - Old timer talks to himselfaltered dominant | chromatic parallelism | conversing | countermelody | old man | resolution | sentimental | soliloquy
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)On the Make (Appassionato)1:25:51 - Peggy wants to go with Johnnie9th chord | altered dominant | climax | detective | embracing | kissing | leading lady | leading man | leaving | linear chromaticism | mode mixture | pedal tone | romantic | room | sentimental | sigh gesture | tender
Deep Valley (1947)Homestead (Sordini)0:16:14 - Ellie talks with Libbyadvance plot | calm | conversing | delicate | leading lady | memory | mother | past | room | sentimental
The FBI Story (1959)Lucy A (Exhausted)1:19:38 - Lucy gets a phone call saying Chip is okayemotional | flashback | relieved | sentimental

The FBI Story (1959)

Lucy A (Con Moto)1:27:53 - Lucy and the kids drive to meet with Chipflashback | heroine | sentimental

The FBI Story (1959)

Lucy A (Peaceful)1:29:21 - Lucy reads a love letter from Chipflashback | heroine | letter | sentimental
Flamingo Road (1949)If I Could Be With You0:07:53 - Field hears music playingcarny | conversing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | parallel period | police | radio | room | sentimental | singer | singing | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

Can't We Be Friends0:13:38 - Lane and Field at the cafeAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | leading lady | leading man | police | popular music | restaurant | sentimental | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You (Dolce)0:17:22 - Lane and Field talkconversing | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | pedal tone | police | porch | sentimental | source to score

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You (Ethereal)0:18:06 - Lane watches Field drive awaycommon-tone diminished 7th | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | leaving | love interest | pedal tone | police | porch | sentimental | source to score

Flamingo Road (1949)

It Had to Be You0:23:44 - Politicians gamble and talkABAC structure | advance plot | club | gambling | leading man | police | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music | waitress

Flamingo Road (1949)

Somebody Loves Me0:25:19 - Politicians plotAABA structure | advance plot | club | leading man | plotting | police | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You0:26:58 - People gamble and danceclub | dancer | dance scene | dancing | fighting | gambling | leading lady | leading man | musician | on-screen music | playing | police | sentimental | sheriff | singer | singing | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby0:43:13 - A woman sings and plays the pianoadvance plot | conversing | employer | leading lady | on-screen music | room | sentimental | singer | singing | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

Through a Thousand Dreams0:56:41 - The Olympic City hotelclub | conversing | dance scene | dancing | dining | leading lady | leading man | love interest | on-screen music | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

Don't Take Your Love From Me0:58:50 - Dan and Lane sit at a tableABAC structure | club | conversing | dance scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | on-screen music | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

If I Could Be With You0:59:52 - A woman sings with the dance bandclub | conversing | dance scene | dancing | dining | leading lady | leading man | love interest | on-screen music | politician | sentimental | sheriff | singer | singing | source music | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan1:01:40 - Lane and Dan talk at their tableclub | conversing | dance scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

Lute Mae (Delicato)1:33:28 - Lane smiles as Dan13th chord | added-note chord | crying | delicate | husband | kissing | leading lady | leading man | prison | resolution | reuniting | romance | self-borrowing | sentimental | wife
Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)Hell on Frisco Bay0:23:26 - Marcia talks to Steveclub | conductor score | conversing | establish character | investigator | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | pianist | playing | popular music | sentimental | source music | source score

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Hell on Frisco Bay0:24:15 - Steve goes homeadvance plot | arriving | conductor score | leading man | room | sentimental

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Hell on Frisco Bay0:25:00 - Marcia entersadvance plot | conductor score | entering | leading lady | leading man | room | sentimental

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Anna0:46:05 - Anna talks with Amatoantagonist | conductor score | conversing | establish character | gangster | gentle | leading man | room | sentimental | warning | wife | worrying

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Anna0:48:38 - Anna comforts Marioadvance plot | comforting | conductor score | gangster | gentle | room | sentimental | wife
Her Kind of Man (1946)Something to Remember You By0:08:02 - Georgia singsAABA structure | club | dancer | dancing | leading lady | leading man | music scene | on-screen music | popular music | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | stage

Her Kind of Man (1946)

It Had to Be You0:12:33 - Steve whistlesestablish character | gambler | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | on-screen music | room | sentimental | singer | source music | whistling

Her Kind of Man (1946)

April in Paris0:12:48 - Steve enters Georgia's dressing roomAABA structure | conversing | establish character | gambler | kissing | leading lady | leading man | love interest | love scene | popular music | room | sentimental | singer | source music
I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)Family0:25:26 - Matt looks at a photo albumadvance plot | baby | common-tone modulation | deceptive resolution | double exposure | flashback | foreign key modulation | gentle | leading man | letter | looking | love | memory | mode mixture | photograph | room | self-borrowing | sentimental | smiling | son | tender | thinking | undercover agent | voice-over | writing

I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)

Family (Molto Expressivo)0:26:15 - Matt writes a letter to his son9th chord | added-note chord | advance plot | baby | deceptive resolution | double exposure | flashback | foreign key modulation | gentle | leading man | letter | looking | love | memory | photograph | room | self-borrowing | sentimental | smiling | son | tender | thinking | undercover agent | voice-over | writing

I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)

Don'cha Go 'Way Mad0:42:08 - Matt talks to agents in a back roomadvance plot | agent | conversing | jazz | planning | record player | record shop | sentimental | source music
In This Our Life (1942)Caring0:23:19 - Asa talks to Roy9th chord | chromatic parallelism | conflict | conversing | father | leading lady | room | sentimental | underscoring

In This Our Life (1942)

Minerva and Parry1:13:29 - Minerva talks with Roy9th chord | 11th chord | advance plot | blue note | calm | chromatic mediant | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | foreign key modulation | leading lady | maid | mellow | mother | questioning | room | sentimental | solemn | spiritual

In This Our Life (1942)

Stanley (Slowly)1:16:07 - Craig reads a note9th chord | altered dominant | conflict | lawyer | leading man | note | office | sentimental | thinking | whole-tone chord

In This Our Life (1942)

Autumn Nocturne1:17:45 - Stanley puts on a recordAABA structure | accusing | arguing | conflict | criminal | defending | leading lady | lying | popular music | record player | room | sentimental | source music
The Informer (1935)Katie (Poster)0:47:58 - Gypo looks at the America posteradvance plot | antagonist | leading man | pondering | poster | sentimental | street | transcribed by ear

The Informer (1935)

Katie (Thinking)0:49:37 - Gypo looks at the money and the poster9th chord | advance plot | antagonist | leading man | money | pondering | sentimental | street

The Informer (1935)

Katie (Mistaken Identity)0:52:34 - Gypo thinks he sees Katie, but it's someone elseadvance plot | antagonist | augmented sixth chord | hallucinating | hallucination | leading lady | leading man | party | sentimental | transcribed by ear

The Informer (1935)

The Wearin' o' the Green (Fragment)0:57:42 - Dan and Mary talk about a rebel meetingconversing | familiar tune | folk song | hero | love interest | love scene | room | sentimental

The Informer (1935)

Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms0:58:23 - Singing continues (from the previous scene)advance plot | antagonist | crowd | crying | familiar tune | folk song | leading man | on-screen music | party | sentimental | singing
Key Largo (1948)I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues0:04:21 - Frank speaks with people in the barconversing | establish character | gangster | hotel | jazz | leading man | moll | radio | sentimental | source music

Key Largo (1948)

Moanin’ Low (Appassionato)1:25:01 - Gaye pleads for Rocco to take her alongadvance plot | boss | deceiving | deception | desperate | desperation | familiar tune | gangster | hotel | moll | pleading | sentimental
Mildred Pierce (1945)Kay and Veda (Sentimental)0:25:37 - Veda and Kay see their father leavingchild | establish character | interrupting | leaving | mode mixture | packing | sentimental | somber | stopping | street
The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)Old Lavender (Ethereal)1:05:26 - Ranny talks to Joan's parentsadded-note chord | common-chord modulation | conflict | conversing | daughter | leading man | love interest | mode mixture | pedal tone | room | sentimental | wife

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

A Boy and a Girl1:07:00 - John and Vergie listen to the radioadvance plot | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | conversing | leading lady | leading man | listening | room | secret lover | sentimental | simulated source music | source to score | transcribed by ear
Kid Galahad (1937)Heart's Affair (Yearning)0:44:11 - Ward and Nick leave the farmadvance plot | altered dominant | car | deceptive resolution | driving | farm | leading man | leaving | manager | mother | not by Steiner | parting | sentimental | sister | transcribed by ear | yearning gesture

Kid Galahad (1937)

The Moon Is in Tears Tonight1:08:40 - Louise sings in a night clubleading lady | music scene | night club | on-screen music | playing music | sentimental | singing | source music | transcribed by ear
Traveling Husbands (1931)There's a Sob in My Heart (Sentimental)1:10:39 - People are sad as the radio playsAABA structure | altered dominant | augmented sixth chord | countermelody | crying | leading lady | leading man | popular song | radio | resolution | room | salesman | sentimental | somber | transcribed by ear
We Are Not Alone (1939)Frohe Botschaft (Somber)0:38:52 - Leni reacts9th chord | antagonist | common-chord modulation | conflict | conversing | evaded cadence | familiar tune | folk song | garden | German | heroine | mode mixture | quotation | sentimental | sigh gesture | somber
Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)I'm Just a Vagabond Lover0:17:00 - Curley talks to BarbaraABAC structure | advance plot | comic | conversing | goofing around | love interest | office | prisoner | radio | sentimental | source music
Ladies of the Jury (1932)Lady0:00:15 - Title of film, starring list, cast listABA structure | cast list | common-tone diminished 7th | mode mixture | opening title sequence | sentimental | starring list | title of film | transcribed by ear

Ladies of the Jury (1932)

There's a Sob in My Heart (Radio)0:45:27 - Jurors deliberateAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | dancing | juror | jury room | leading lady | radio | self-borrowing | sentimental | source music
The Roadhouse Murder (1932)Lady1:12:12 - End titlescommon-tone diminished 7th | end title sequence | mode mixture | self-borrowing | sentimental | The End
Sing and Like It (1934)Your Mother0:10:15 - Annie sings on stageAABA structure | ballad | boss | crying | gangster | leading lady | listening | musician | music scene | on-screen music | piano | robbery | score to source | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | stage | stealing

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother0:13:55 - Annie sings on stageAABA structure | ballad | boss | crying | gangster | leading lady | listening | musician | music scene | on-screen music | piano | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | stage

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother0:23:01 - Call board for a dress rehearsalAABA structure | arguing | ballad | boss | conversing | gangster | leading lady | listening | musician | music scene | on-screen music | piano | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | stage

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother0:35:20 - Toots plays the pianoadvance plot | ballad | gangster | leading lady | moll | musician | on-screen music | piano | playing | room | sentimental | singing | source music | teasing | tone cluster

Sing and Like It (1934)

Hearts and Flowers0:36:11 - Toots plays the pianoadvance plot | conversing | gangster | leading lady | moll | musician | on-screen music | parallel period | piano | playing | popular song | room | sentimental | source music

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother0:44:50 - Annie sings with a tenorAABA structure | actor | advance plot | ballad | boss | gangster | leading lady | on-screen music | piano | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | stage

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother1:04:54 - A man conducts the pit orchestraAABA structure | ballad | boss | conducting | conductor | critic | crowd | crying | dancing | gangster | gun | leading lady | moll | musical | musician | music scene | on-screen music | performer | performing | playing | sentimental | singer | singing | source music | theater | threatening | watching

Sing and Like It (1934)

At Sunset1:09:46 - The crowd leaves the partyboss | conversing | gangster | leading lady | moll | parallel double period | party | party | room | sentimental | singer | source music

Sing and Like It (1934)

Your Mother (End Title)1:11:36 - The Endadded-note chord | end title sequence | secondary dominant | sentimental | The End | transcribed by ear
Star of Midnight (1935)Midnight in Manhattan0:00:34 - Cast listadded-note chord | altered dominant | cast list | chromatic scale | mode mixture | mysterious | opening title sequence | sentimental | transcribed by ear

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Warm)0:09:35 - Clay in the theater lobbyadvance plot | altered dominant | conversing | leading man | mode mixture | Neapolitan | score to source | sentimental | source music | theater

Star of Midnight (1935)

What a Night0:37:08 - Clay in a restaurantABAC structure | advance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | producer | restaurant | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

If This Isn't Love0:46:25 - Clay talks with DonnaABAC structure | advance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | restaurant | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Restaurant)0:55:00 - Detective talks on the phoneadvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | parallel double period | restaurant | score to source | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan B0:55:55 - Clay and Donna talk in a restaurantadvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | restaurant | sentimental | source music | suspension

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan0:56:22 - Clay and Donna talk with Mr. Classonadvance plot | conversing | parallel double period | restaurant | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

I'm in Love All Over Again0:58:13 - Clay and Donna talk with Mr. ClassonAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | restaurant | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Phonograph)1:14:27 - Clay plays a record on the phonographadvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | parallel double period | phonograph | room | score to source | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Phonograph)1:19:18 - Clay goes to answer the dooradvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | phonograph | room | score to source | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Phonograph)1:20:25 - Clay goes to answer the dooradvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | phonograph | room | score to source | sentimental | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Phonograph)1:21:40 - Clay enters the roomadvance plot | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | murderer | phonograph | room | score to source | sentimental | source music
We're Only Human (1935)Isn't This a Night For Love (Dance Band)0:33:11 - Pete walks into a dinerAABA structure | advance plot | arguing | conversing | detective | diner | leading lady | leading man | reporter | sentimental | source music

We're Only Human (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Warm)0:36:50 - Mary and Pete in a restaurantadvance plot | altered dominant | arguing | conversing | detective | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | Neapolitan | reporter | restaurant | sentimental | source music
Another Face (1935)You're an Angel0:25:47 - A man knocks on a doorAABA structure | actress | advance plot | arguing | conversing | embracing | kissing | maid | manager | proposal | room | sentimental | source music

Another Face (1935)

Transient Love (End Title)1:08:26 - Joe hugs Sheilaactress | embracing | end title sequence | fiancée | manager | room | sentimental
Mara Maru (1952)Lovers0:13:15 - Stella talks to Gregoryconversing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | room | sentimental

Mara Maru (1952)

Lovers0:39:18 - Stella talks to Benedict | advance plot | antagonist | conversing | leading lady | room | sentimental

Mara Maru (1952)

Ortega is Shot1:34:42 - Ortega is shotaction scene | antagonist | blocking | bodyguard | catacomb | cave | climax | cross | death | dramatic | dying | falling | gun | gunshot | leading man | martyr | murder | murderer | passionate | sentimental | shooting | somber | tunnel | victim