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FilmTheme nameInstanceTags
All This, and Heaven Too (1940)The War of the Roses0:27:13 - Henriette plays the harpsichordadvance plot | child | children's song | dancing | governess | leading lady | on-screen music | pleasant | room | singing | source music

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

The War of the Roses0:28:23 - The girls singadvance plot | child | children's song | dancing | governess | leading lady | on-screen music | pleasant | room | singing | source music

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Lullaby0:35:08 - Henriette sings a lullabyadvance plot | calm | caring | child | duke | gentle | governess | illness | leading lady | leading man | lullaby | room | scored source music | singing

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Lullaby0:35:39 - Henriette sings a lullabyadvance plot | calm | caring | child | duke | gentle | governess | illness | leading lady | leading man | lullaby | room | scored source music | singing

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Armide0:49:21 - The opera housearriving | audience | child | concert scene | conversing | duke | governess | leading lady | leading man | opera | regal | source music | theater | upbeat | watching

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

La Parisienne (The King)0:50:33 - The king entersarriving | audience | bowing | child | concert scene | duke | governess | king | leading lady | leading man | not by Steiner | patriotic music | regal | source music | theater | watching

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Plainte de Cloris0:51:08 - They listen to the musical prologueaudience | calm | child | classical music | concert scene | conversing | duke | governess | leading lady | leading man | listening | passionate | source music | theater

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Air pour La Jeunesse0:51:43 - A montage of people applaudingaudience | child | classical music | concert scene | dramatic | duke | governess | leading lady | leading man | listening | source music | theater | watching

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Invitation to the Dance1:04:19 - People waltzingadvance plot | ballroom | child | classical music | crowd | dancing | duchess | duke | leading lady | leading man | simulated source music | upbeat | waltz

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

La Parisienne (The King)1:06:08 - The children watch from the balconyadvance plot | arriving | ballroom | child | crowd | governess | king | leading lady | march | patriotic tune | regal | simulated source music

All This, and Heaven Too (1940)

Loti’s Song1:24:31 - Apples roasting on a firechild | cooking | create suspense | forest | governess | leading lady | old man | scary | scored source music | singer | singing | spooky
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)Una Voce Poco Fa0:00:54 - A woman plays the pianocalm | leading man | listening | on-screen music | party | pianist | room | singer | singing | sneaking | source music | stealing | thief

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

The Last Rose of Summer0:03:14 - A woman singscalm | doctor | folk song | Irish | leading man | listening | on-screen music | party | pianist | room | singer | singing | sneaking | source music | stealing | thief

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

How Dry I Am0:20:16 - People in a hotel lobbyadvance plot | dark | gangster | lobby | mysterious | on-screen music | scored source music | whistling

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

Eine kleine Nachtmusik0:35:00 - Phonograph plays Mozart recordadvance plot | doctor | gangster | leading man | Mozart | neutral | plotting | record player | room | source music | thief

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

Eine kleine Nachtmusik0:41:57 - Phonograph plays Mozart recordadvance plot | doctor | gangster | leading man | moll | Mozart | neutral | plotting | record player | room | source music | thief

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)

How Dry I Am (Nervous)0:47:20 - Criminals talking64 chord | conversing | criminal | doctor | gangster | leading man | nervous | parallelism | pedal tone | robbery | rooftop | source music | thief
Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)Sidewalks of New York0:00:58 - Organ grinder on the streets of New Yorkcheerful | conversing | establish place | establish setting | source music | street | teenager | walking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

I’ve Got a Heartfelt of Music0:08:31 - People in the streetABAC structure | cheerful | crowd | driving | headline | newspaper | radio | source music | street | transition | walking

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Sanctus0:09:13 - Church interior with boys singing in a choir loftboys choir | church | conducting | gangster | leading man | music scene | nun | on-screen music | organ | priest | religious | serious | singer | singing | solemn | source music

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

In My Merry Oldsmobile0:12:55 - Rocky and Jerry singingcheerful | church | gangster | hymn | laughing | leading man | music scene | on-screen music | popular music | priest | singing | source music

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

When a Prince of a Fella Meets a Cinderella0:16:49 - Rocky goes to a night club advance plot | cheerful | conversing | gambling | gangster | lawyer | leading man | night club | parallel double period | popular music | source music

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Monday Morning0:18:15 - Rocky talks to Frazier in his officeadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | gangster | lawyer | leading man | popular music | room | source music

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)

Whistling0:21:14 - Character whistlesadvance plot | cheerful | gang | on-screen music | source music | street | teenager | walking | whistling

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Shuffle Off to Buffalo0:58:27 - Boys in pool hallbetting | develop character | gambling | gang | playful | pool hall | ragtime | source music | teenager

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

From Me to You0:58:56 - Boys in pool hallbetting | develop character | gambling | gang | leading man | playful | playing | pool | pool hall | priest | ragtime | source music | teenager

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938)

Saving Myself For You (I’ve Been)1:02:30 - Rocky and Laury at a night clubAABA structure | advance plot | cheerful | club | drinking | gambling | gangster | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | source music
Are These Our Children? (1931)Hold That Tiger0:13:15 - Young people dancingadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | dance hall | friend | leading man | on-screen music | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Flo Sings)0:17:20 - Flo singsadvance plot | cheerful | dance hall | love interest | on-screen music | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles0:17:38 - Young people talking at a danceadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | dance hall | leading man | love interest | on-screen music | seductive | singing | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Whistling)0:18:46 - Eddie whistles on his way homecheerful | leading man | on-screen music | source music | street | transcribed by ear | transition | walking | whistling

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Eddie Sings)0:19:13 - Eddie sings to himselfcheerful | leading man | on-screen music | singing | source music | street | transcribed by ear | transition | walking

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Eddie Sings)0:19:30 - Eddie arrives homeadvance plot | arriving | cheerful | leading man | on-screen music | room | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Eddie Sings)0:20:44 - Eddie eatsadvance plot | cheerful | eating | humming | leading man | on-screen music | room | source music | transcribed by ear

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Dream Sequence)0:20:51 - Eddie dreamsadvance plot | augmented sixth chord | cheerful | double exposure | dreaming | dream sequence | eating | fragmentation | half-diminished 7th chord | humming | leading man | room | scored source music | sequence | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Whistling)0:23:11 - Eddie walks awayadvance plot | cheerful | leading man | on-screen music | source music | street | transcribed by ear | walking | whistling

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Dreams (Washroom Sequence)0:24:25 - Eddie talks with his friendsadvance plot | chromatic parallelism | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | dance hall | friend | leading man | score to source | somber | source music | transcribed by ear

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Moonbeams0:25:39 - Eddie dances with Floadded-note chord | altered dominant | common-tone diminished 7th | dance hall | dance scene | dancing | leading man | love interest | mode mixture | on-screen music | parallel double period | romantic | source music | waltz

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Whistling)0:28:36 - Eddie arrives homecheerful | leading man | on-screen music | source music | street | transition | walking | whistling

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Humming0:31:57 - Heinie humsadvance plot | calm | humming | old man | room | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Flo Sings)0:32:32 - Flo singsadvance plot | cheerful | leading man | love interest | singing | source music | train | train | traveling

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles (Eddie Sings)0:40:40 - The boys leave the scene of the crimefriend | leading man | murderer | murder scene | nervous | singing | source music | street | walking

Are These Our Children? (1931)

St. James Infirmary0:41:24 - Young people lounging aroundadvance plot | Dixieland | friend | lazy | leading man | lounging | love interest | murderer | radio | room | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

St. James Infirmary0:42:08 - Young people talkingadvance plot | conversing | Dixieland | friend | lazy | leading man | love interest | murderer | radio | room | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Hey! Hey!0:50:14 - Eddie and Flo dance9th chord | AABA structure | altered dominant | augmented sixth chord | cheerful | dance hall | dance scene | dancing | friend | leading man | love interest | murderer | on-screen music | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles0:50:55 - Young people dancingAABA structure | arguing | augmented sixth chord | cheerful | common-tone diminished 7th | dance hall | dance scene | dancing | friend | leading man | love interest | murderer | on-screen music | source music

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Stars and Stripes Forever0:52:14 - Young people cavorting in the streetadvance plot | cheerful | dancing | drunk | friend | leading man | love interest | murderer | on-screen music | singing | source music | street

Are These Our Children? (1931)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles0:53:07 - Drunken young peopleadvance plot | cheerful | dancing | drunk | friend | hallway | leading man | love interest | murderer | on-screen music | singing | source music
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)Take Me Out to the Ball Game0:01:20 - Fans yelling at a ball gamebaseball | baseball player | bass drum | cheering | crowd | establish place | falling | familiar tune | field | fighting | musician | pep band | playing | popular song | punching | rushed | saxophone | simulated source music | source music | sporting event | trombone | umpire | upbeat | yelling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Two by Two0:02:51 - The marriage clerk singsclerk | establish character | marriage | office | on-screen music | singing | source music | upbeat

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Rondo Alla Turca0:06:25 - Teddy plays the harpsichordaunt | brother | classical music | conversing | crazy person | establish character | harpsichord | leading lady | old man | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | upbeat | victim

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride (Full)0:14:00 - Elaine appears in the windowaunt | bride | cheerful | conversing | crazy person | familiar tune | greeting | groom | leading lady | leading man | love | love scene | on-screen music | pleasant | room | score to source | source music | street | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride0:16:37 - Elaine whistlesbride | cheerful | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | love | love scene | on-screen music | source music | street | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride0:17:02 - Mortimer whistlesaunt | cheerful | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | love | love scene | on-screen music | room | source music | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Break the News to Mother0:18:44 - Teddy singsadvance plot | aunt | brother | cheerful | crazy person | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | singing | source music | war song

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride0:19:52 - Mortimer at the window seatadvance plot | familiar tune | groom | leading man | on-screen music | room | source music | upbeat | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Happy Land0:20:06 - Abby singsadvance plot | aunt | cheerful | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | score to source | singing | source music

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride (Elaine Whistles)0:23:44 - Elaine whistles out of her windowagitated | bride | cheerful | dark | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | scored source music | source music | turning point | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride (Tritone)0:23:58 - Mortimer runs to the dooraunt | bride | child | crazy person | dark | familiar tune | groom | Halloween | leading lady | leading man | murderer | room | running | rushing | source music | source to score | trick-or-treating | tritone | turning point

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Happy Land0:24:16 - Abby, Martha, and Mortimer in the kitchenadvance plot | aunt | cheerful | child | crazy person | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | murderer | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride0:26:22 - Elaine whistles on the phoneadvance plot | bride | cheerful | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | source music | telephone | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Break the News to Mother0:29:30 - Mortimer listens to Teddy singadvance plot | brother | cheerful | crazy person | familiar tune | groom | leading man | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Here Comes the Bride0:31:04 - Elaine whistles in Mortimer's earadvance plot | bride | cheerful | familiar tune | groom | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | room | source music | whistling

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Happy Land1:19:56 - Mortimer with the taxi driveraunt | brother | calm | conversing | crazy person | doctor | driver | funeral | groom | hymn | leading lady | leading man | murderer | on-screen music | score to source | singing | source music | street

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Bugle Call1:32:56 - Teddy plays the buglebrother | bugle | bugle call | captive | conflict | crazy person | doctor | dramatic | fear | leading man | murderer | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | victim

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Bugle Call1:49:14 - Mortimer blows the buglebugle | bugle call | climax | dramatic | leading man | on-screen music | playing | room | source music

Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Happy Land1:50:41 - Mortimer singsbugle call | climax | leading man | on-screen music | room | singing | source music | upbeat
The Big Sleep (1946)I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan1:00:50 - Vivian enters a restaurantarriving | club | conversing | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | pleasant | private eye | source music

The Big Sleep (1946)

The Blue Room1:02:15 - Vivan pays Marloweclub | conversing | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | pleasant | private eye | source music

The Big Sleep (1946)

You Go to My Head1:04:25 - Vivian and Marlowe talk in a restaurantclub | conversing | falling in love scene | leading lady | leading man | love interest | pleasant | private eye | source music

The Big Sleep (1946)

And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine1:05:55 - Marlowe arrives at Mars's placeadvance plot | arriving | club | leading lady | leading man | love interest | musician | on-screen music | playing | private eye | singer | singing | source music | upbeat

The Big Sleep (1946)

Wotta Life1:08:09 - Marlowe talks to Marsadvance plot | club | criminal | investigating | leading man | private eye | source music | suspect | upbeat

The Big Sleep (1946)

I'm in a Jam With Baby1:10:53 - Marlowe talks to people at the partyadvance plot | club | gambler | gambling | leading lady | leading man | love interest | private eye | source music | upbeat

The Big Sleep (1946)

Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)1:12:27 - Marlowe leaves the gambling jointconflict | criminal | investigating | leading lady | leading man | love interest | private eye | source music | street | upbeat

The Big Sleep (1946)

What Are You Doin' the Rest of Your Life1:14:35 - Marlowe and Vivian leaveconflict | conversing | leading lady | leading man | love interest | private eye | source music | street | upbeat
Caged (1950)Down in the Valley0:30:00 - Inmate sings part of Down in the Valley to herselffolk song | humming | on-screen music | prison | source music

Caged (1950)

Jingle Bells1:08:01 - Woman plays harmonicaChristmas | harmonica | prison | source music

Caged (1950)

Down in the Valley1:08:07 - Woman plays harmonica and everyone singsharmonica | prison | source music

Caged (1950)

He Leadeth Me1:27:53 - Women singing offscreenchoir | hymn | prison | singing | source music

Caged (1950)

Rock of Ages1:30:31 - Women singing offscreenchoir | hymn | prison | singing | source music
His Greatest Gamble (1934)Home Sweet Home0:03:14 - Philip and Alice go homechild | establish character | gentle | humming | leading man | on-screen music | room | sleeping | source music

His Greatest Gamble (1934)

Russian Waltz0:30:05 - Philip arrives at Florence's home9th chord | arriving | calm | chromatic sequence | common-tone diminished 7th | establish setting | fugitive | leading man | mansion | mode mixture | on-screen music | piano | playing | pleasant | source music | waltz | wandering

His Greatest Gamble (1934)

Nocturne in E-flat Major0:36:29 - Philip looks for Aliceadvance plot | calm | conversing | daughter | fugitive | leading lady | leading man | mansion | nocturne | pleasant | searching | source music | wandering

His Greatest Gamble (1934)

Waltz in C-sharp Minor0:40:28 - Philip talks with Alice and Florenceadvance plot | conversing | daughter | ex-wife | fugitive | leading lady | leading man | mansion | serious | source music | waltz

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)Sidewalks of New York (Street Organ)0:03:10 - A New York street cornerchild | conversing | crowd | dancing | old man | on-screen music | organ grinder | playing | pleasant | score to source | source music | street | street organ | thief | transition | upbeat | walking

City for Conquest (1940)

The Bowery0:05:00 - People on a New York streetchild | conversing | crowd | establish character | on-screen music | playing | pleasant | source music | street | street organ | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Scales0:09:16 - Danny and Peggy go upstairsarguing | conversing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | mother | on-screen music | piano | room | source music | tedious

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A10:10:50 - Eddie plays the pianobrother | composer | conversing | establish character | leading man | musician | piano | playing | romantic | room | score to source | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 + Tone Poem A20:12:16 - Eddie plays the pianobrother | composer | conversing | establish character | explaining | leading man | musician | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 + Tone Poem A20:13:03 - Eddie plays the pianobrother | composer | conversing | establish character | leading man | musician | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

My Old Kentucky Home0:16:04 - Mickey sings to himselfadvance plot | boxer | calm | conversing | folk music | leading man | locker room | manager | singing | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Lullaby of Broadway0:17:00 - A sign for Rose Gardens Casinoboxer | conversing | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | playing | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Latin For Manhattan0:18:29 - Peggy and Danny sit downboxer | conversing | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | playing | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

The Continental0:19:53 - Peggy dances with Murrayboxer | conversing | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | friend | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | playing | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Jalousie0:20:39 - Danny sitting at a tableboxer | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | friend | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

I’m Just Wild About Harry0:21:28 - Peggy dances with Murraycrowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Shadow Waltz0:21:46 - Peggy dances with Murrayconversing | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Fanfare0:22:58 - A trophy is brought outaward | bold | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | fanfare | leading lady | on-screen music | presenting | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

I’m Just Wild About Harry0:23:07 - Close-up of Lilyaward | boxer | conversing | crowd | dance band | dance hall | dancer | dance scene | friend | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem (Composing)0:27:25 - Eddie composes at the pianoadvance plot | brother | composer | composing | leading man | musician | on-screen music | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A10:27:40 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | brother | composer | composing | leading man | musician | on-screen music | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 + Tone Poem A20:27:59 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | brother | composer | composing | leading man | musician | on-screen music | piano | playing | romantic | room | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

The Words Are in My Heart0:29:31 - Peggy dances with Murrayapplause | crowd | dance hall | dancer | dancing | double exposure | gentle | leading lady | montage | source music | waltz

City for Conquest (1940)

Original Rhumba0:29:38 - Peggy dances with Murrayapplause | crowd | dance hall | dancer | dancing | double exposure | leading lady | montage | rhumba | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Original Bolero0:29:43 - Peggy dances with Murrayapplause | bolero | crowd | dance hall | dancer | dancing | double exposure | leading lady | montage | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Original Tango0:29:51 - Peggy dances with Murrayapplause | crowd | dance hall | dancer | dancing | double exposure | leading lady | montage | source music | tango | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Original Foxtrot0:29:57 - Peggy dances with Murrayapplause | crowd | dance hall | dancer | dancing | double exposure | foxtrot | leading lady | montage | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

I’m Just Wild About Harry0:34:32 - Man operating a spotlightaudience | clapping | dancer | dancing | double exposure | leading lady | marquee | montage | source music | stage | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Liberty Day0:39:19 - A boxing matchboxing | boxing ring | montage | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Liberty Day0:39:41 - Old timer talks to workerboxer | boxing ring | celebrating | conversing | crowd | fanfare | leading man | manager | montage | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Negra Consentida0:41:21 - The Carleton Plaza Towersadvance plot | arriving | boxer | dance band | dancer | dancing | leading man | musician | on-screen music | party | playing | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 + Tone Poem A20:42:10 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | boxer | brother | composer | conversing | crowd | leading man | musician | on-screen music | party | piano | playing | romantic | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 (Ragtime)0:43:27 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | boxer | brother | composer | conversing | crowd | leading man | musician | on-screen music | party | piano | playing | ragtime | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

In the Evening0:45:08 - Peggy in her dressing roomarguing | boxer | conflict | conversing | crying | dancer | dressing room | leading lady | leading man | punching | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

A Girl Like You0:46:49 - Danny in Peggy's dressing roomboxer | conflict | crying | dancer | dressing room | leading lady | leading man | leaving | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Adios Muchachos0:50:27 - Peggy arrives homeadvance plot | arriving | cheerful | conversing | dancer | leading lady | record player | room | source music | tango

City for Conquest (1940)

Adios Muchachos0:51:19 - Peggy talks with Murrayadvance plot | arriving | cheerful | conversing | dancer | leading lady | record player | room | source music | tango

City for Conquest (1940)

42nd Street0:51:52 - People arriving at a danceadvance plot | club | crowd | dance band | dancer | dancing | musician | on-screen music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Drum Roll0:52:51 - Peggy and Danny at the danceadvance plot | announcer | announcing | club | crowd | dance band | dramatic | on-screen music | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Drum Roll0:53:08 - People applaud for Dannyadvance plot | announcer | announcing | club | crowd | dance band | dramatic | on-screen music | source music

City for Conquest (1940)

Corn Pickin’0:53:35 - People dancing the jitterbugadvance plot | boxer | club | crowd | dance band | dancer | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Japanese Sandman0:54:33 - Danny and Peggy at the danceadvance plot | boxer | club | crowd | dance band | dancer | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Miramar1:00:44 - Danny prepares for a fightadvance plot | boxer | conversing | leading man | locker room | manager | march | preparing | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Piggy Wiggy Woo1:10:52 - Peggy criesadvance plot | conversing | crying | dancer | dressing room | leading lady | source music | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Where Were You When the Moon Came Out1:19:38 - Danny resting in bedadvance plot | blur | brother | composer | dancing | leading man | listening | musician | on-screen music | playing | room | singer | singing | source music | upbeat | victim

City for Conquest (1940)

Where Were You When the Moon Came Out1:20:48 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | blur | brother | composer | leading man | musician | on-screen music | playing | room | sentimental | source music | victim | watching

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem A1 (The Song of the City)1:23:05 - Eddie plays the pianoadvance plot | brother | composer | leading man | listening | musician | on-screen music | playing | romantic | room | source music | victim

City for Conquest (1940)

Powder My Back1:23:34 - A burlesque marqueeadvance plot | conversing | dancer | dancing | leading lady | manager | on-screen music | singer | singing | source music | stage | upbeat

City for Conquest (1940)

Tone Poem1:32:01 - Orchestra playing in a concert hallaudience | bluesy | bold | Carnegie Hall | concert | concert hall | concert scene | conducting | conductor | double exposure | dramatic | Dutch angle | listening | musician | orchestra | playing | romantic | sentimental | source music | watching
Crime School (1938)Elephant Walk0:04:57 - Kids whistle as cop walks awaycomical | establish character | gang | on-screen music | source music | street | teenager | whistling

Crime School (1938)

Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet0:59:13 - The boys sing in the shoe repair shopadvance plot | cheerful | gang | hammering | on-screen music | reformatory | singing | source music | teenager | worker | working
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)M-O-T-H-E-R0:05:01 - Drunken man singscomical | drunk | establish character | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

So Help Me (If I Don’t Love You)0:05:54 - Johnnie and Goldie relaxingdrinking | floozy | jaunty | kissing | leading man | murder scene | popular song | radio | room | source music

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

When a Prince of a Fella Meets a Cinderella0:06:23 - Johnnie talks to his managerdancing | drinking | floozy | jaunty | laughing | leading man | murder scene | parallel double period | partying | radio | room | source music

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Saving Myself For You (I’ve Been)0:08:02 - Johnnie at a partyAABA structure | attacking | conversing | drinking | fighting | floozy | jaunty | leading man | murder | murdering | murder scene | partying | radio | room | source music | violence

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

They Say0:13:05 - Doc and Goldie in Johnnie's caraction scene | car | car | criminal | drinking | driving | floozy | happy | murderer | radio | source music

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Cowboy From Brooklyn0:25:04 - A young man whistlesestablish character | jaunty | on-screen music | ranch | source music | teenager | whistling | working

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

By a Waterfall0:55:35 - A shower signadvance plot | cheerful | comical | hero | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | ranch | showering | singing | source music | teenager | whistling

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

The Whip1:10:16 - People at the carnivalarena | boxer | cheerful | entering | excited | fighting | hero | leading man | march | sitting | source music | sport scene | teenager

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

World's Record1:13:45 - Boxers prepare for the fightarena | boxer | cheerful | conversing | excited | hero | leading man | march | parallel double period | source music | sport scene

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

Spirit of Independence1:14:53 - Johnnie marches into the ringarena | cheerful | excited | hero | leading lady | leading man | march | preparing | source music | sport scene | teenager
Death of a Scoundrel (1956)Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean0:14:05 - Boat sails into New York harborAmerica | boat | flashback | ocean | patriotic | source music

Death of a Scoundrel (1956)

Bridget (Gershwin)0:16:46 - Clementi and Bridget talk in a bar, then Clementi is searched by the police to see if he had stolen a man's walletflashback | Gershwin | jazz | radio | source music

Death of a Scoundrel (1956)

Waltz0:59:28 - People dancing at a fancy partydancing | flashback | on screen music | source music | waltz

Death of a Scoundrel (1956)

Waltz 21:02:27 - Bridget talks with a rich man at the partydancing | flashback | on screen music | source music | waltz

Death of a Scoundrel (1956)

Waltz 31:03:04 - Stephanie (Mrs. Ryan's secretary) joins the partydancing | flashback | on screen music | source music | waltz
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)Here Comes the Bride0:31:19 - Crowd sings and claps at a weddingcrowd | happy | leading lady | leading man | marriage | on-screen music | source music | theater | wedding

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Here Comes the Bride0:32:48 - Joe kisses Mabelcrowd | happy | leading lady | leading man | marriage | on-screen music | pianist | source music | theater | wedding

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

In a Moment of Weakness0:33:37 - Mabel looks at her wedding ringdevelop character | happy | leading lady | leading man | radio | source music | theater

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Radio Fanfare0:34:20 - Mabel talks to Joechromatic mediant | develop character | happy | leading lady | leading man | radio | source music | theater

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

My Wild Irish Rose0:40:51 - Joe and Mabel in Nick's Dineraccompanied source music | altered dominant | common-chord modulation | diner | establish character | familiar tune | friend | happy | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | parallel double period | popular song | radio | shopkeeper | singing | source music | ternary form

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

My Wild Irish Rose (Waltz)0:44:17 - Mabel and Nick talkdevelop character | diner | familiar tune | friend | gentle | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | pedal tone | popular song | shopkeeper | singing | source music

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Whistling0:45:44 - Joe whistles as he walks64 chord | cheerful | chromatic mediant | deceptive resolution | foreign key modulation | leading man | on-screen music | scored source music | source music | street | traveling scene | whistling

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Whistling (Suspenseful)0:46:25 - Mabel looks out the windowanxious | cheerful | concerned | create suspense | harmonic sequence | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | police | polytonality | room | scored source music | source music | whistling

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)

Dust Be My Destiny (Radio)0:52:28 - Mabel in an apartmentconflict | leading lady | leading man | popular song | radio | room | score to source | somber | source music
Each Dawn I Die (1939)Don’t Give Up the Ship0:26:47 - Prison orchestra playsarriving | entering | military band | murder scene | on-screen music | orchestra | parallel double period | patriotic | prison | prisoner | source music

Each Dawn I Die (1939)

Wings Over the Navy0:28:04 - Prisoners watch a moviedying | film music | knife | movie | murdering | murder scene | patriotic | prison | prisoner | source music | watching
The FBI Story (1959)Liebesträume0:21:33 - Chip and Lucy get marriedchurch | classical music | familiar tune | flashback | organ | source music | wedding

The FBI Story (1959)

Wedding March0:22:25 - Chip and Lucy leave the chapel, now marriedchurch | classical music | familiar tune | flashback | organ | source music | wedding

The FBI Story (1959)

Bye Bye Blackbird0:39:13 - Chip walks down the street of the western townfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Street Music0:51:13 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Pretty Baby0:51:13 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

I'm Just Wild About Harry0:51:22 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Cheyenne0:52:08 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)0:52:07 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Please Don’t Talk About Me When I'm Gone0:54:29 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Little Brown Jug0:56:24 - Chip walks down the street in Ute Cityfamiliar tune | flashback | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Jingle Bells1:03:00 - Chip works on the Christmas treeChristmas | familiar tune | flashback | record | record player | source music | tree

The FBI Story (1959)

Yankee Doodle1:21:55 - Chip puts on a music-playing beanie hatfamiliar tune | flashback | hat | patriotic tune | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Yankee Doodle1:22:44 - Chip spins a music-playing beanie hatfamiliar tune | flashback | hat | patriotic tune | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Yankee Doodle1:24:48 - Close up of the propeller hat as the seasons change outside the windowbeanie | familiar tune | flashback | hat | mickey-mousing | snow | source music | wind

The FBI Story (1959)

I'll String Along With You1:37:41 - Chip comforts his daughter in the carflashback | radio | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Too Marvelous For Words1:44:51 - Music playing at a backyard barbecuefamiliar tune | flashback | record player | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

The Marines' Hymn1:46:14 - Music playing at a backyard barbecuefamiliar tune | flashback | patriotic tune | record player | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Jeepers Creepers2:01:12 - Man plays Jeeper Creepers on the piano at George's anniversary partyflashback | on-screen music | piano | popular music | source music | stride piano

The FBI Story (1959)

Oh You Beautiful Doll2:01:41 - People at the party sing Oh You Beautiful Doll at the partyflashback | on-screen music | popular music | singing | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Church2:07:34 - View of a churchchurch | flashback | organ | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Santa Lucia2:24:26 - Communist enters a restaurantfamiliar tune | flashback | radio | restaurant | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Santa Lucia2:25:07 - Two communists meet in the restaurantfamiliar tune | flashback | radio | restaurant | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Santa Lucia2:25:48 - FBI agents enter restaurantfamiliar tune | flashback | radio | restaurant | source music

The FBI Story (1959)

Yankee Doodle2:27:55 - Chip's family drives aroundfamiliar tune | flashback | hat | patriotic tune | source music
Flamingo Road (1949)Lute Mae0:01:26 - Lute Mae's Roadhouse13th chord | added-note chord | altered dominant | bluesy | club | countermelody | dancing | eating | establish setting | musician | on-screen music | playing | self-borrowing | simulated source music | voice-over

Flamingo Road (1949)

Ain't We Got Fun0:01:41 - A carnival scenecarnival | carny | establish setting | on-screen music | parallel double period | playing | source music | townsfolk | upbeat | voice-over

Flamingo Road (1949)

Vision of Salome0:02:12 - Exotic dancersannouncing | carnival | carny | dancer | dancing | establish setting | exotic | Gypsy minor scale | leading lady | mysterious | on-screen music | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

Arabian Riff0:02:36 - Exotic dancersannouncing | carnival | carny | dancer | dancing | establish setting | exotic | leading lady | mysterious | on-screen music | source music

Flamingo Road (1949)

Vision of Salome0:03:12 - Two men arguearguing | carnival | carny | dancer | establish setting | exotic | Gypsy minor scale | leading lady | mysterious | on-screen music | source music

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)

Put ‘Em in a Box, Tie ‘Em with a Ribbon, and Throw ‘Em in the Deep Blue Sea0:12:05 - The Eagle CafeAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | leading lady | leading man | police | popular music | restaurant | source music | upbeat

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)

Cheatin’ on Me0:19:12 - Lane works at the caféAABA structure | advance plot | café | leading lady | leading man | leaving | police | source music | upbeat | waitress | working

Flamingo Road (1949)

South American Way0:22:08 - Field and Titus arrive at Lute Mae's Tavernadvance plot | club | dancer | dancing | gambling | leading man | musician | on-screen music | playing | police | politician | sheriff | source music | upbeat | waitress

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 danceadvance plot | club | dancer | 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)

Blue Room0:44:58 - Lane dresses for workAABA structure | advance plot | club | conversing | leading lady | politician | sheriff | source music | upbeat | waitress

Flamingo Road (1949)

Jalousie0:46:06 - Woman dancesadvance plot | club | conversing | dancing | employer | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | sheriff | source music | upbeat | waitress

Flamingo Road (1949)

Through a Thousand Dreams0:56:41 - The Olympic City hoteladvance plot | club | conversing | 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 | advance plot | club | conversing | 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 bandadvance plot | club | conversing | 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 tableadvance plot | club | conversing | leading lady | leading man | love interest | politician | sentimental | sheriff | source music | wife

Flamingo Road (1949)

The Girl With the Spanish Drawl1:29:10 - Lane arrives at Lute Mae'sarriving | climax | club | dancer | dancing | leady lady | musician | on-screen music | playing | source and scoring overlap | source music | upbeat
Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)The Very Thought of You0:21:51 - Marcia singing at a clubclub | conductor score | establish character | familiar tune | investigator | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | pianist | popular music | romantic | singer | singing | source music

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)

Adoramus te Christe0:38:32 - A funeralchurch | conversing | friend | funeral | investigator | leading man | somber | source music

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Put 'Em in a Box, Tie 'Em with a Ribbon, and Throw 'Em in the Deep Blue Sea0:40:24 - A dance halladvance plot | club | conversing | dancer | dancing | investigator | jazz | jazz band | leading man | on screen music | source music | upbeat

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

How Many Hearts Have You Broken0:40:22 - A dance halladvance plot | club | conversing | drowning | fighting | gangster | interrogating | investigator | jazz | leading man | mellow | source music

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

It Can't Be Wrong1:09:26 - Amato talks to Lyeadvance plot | antagonist | calm | conversing | gangster | leading man | room | source music

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

It Had to Be You1:17:06 - Marcia sings at a clubadvance plot | calm | club | jazz | leading lady | leading man | on screen music | pianist | singer | singing | source music

Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)

Hell on Frisco Bay1:17:47 - Marcia and Steve talkadvance plot | calm | club | conductor score | conversing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | source music | source score
I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)I'm in a Jam with Baby0:15:20 - Matt enters a bar and calls his teamagent | jazz | jukebox | source music | telephone

I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)

(I'm Gonna Wait) A Little Bit Longer (For That Never-on-Time Baby of Mine)0:39:06 - Matt enters a record store and talks to other agents in a back roomagent | jazz | record player | source music

I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)

Don'Cha Go 'Way Mad0:42:08 - Matt talks to agents in a back room then leaves the record storeagent | jazz | record player | source music

I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)

Ice Cold Katy0:53:21 - Matt and Eve talk in the streetjazz | source music
Illegal (1955)I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues0:42:41 - Vic goes into Garland's office, where woman is playing the pianojazz | on-screen music | piano | source music

Illegal (1955)

Too Marvelous For Words0:53:06 - Angel sings and plays the pianojazz | on-screen music | piano | source music
In This Our Life (1942)South American Way0:24:06 - A spinning recordadvance plot | conversing | dancing | Latin-American | leading lady | leading man | love interest | popular music | record player | room | source music | upbeat

In This Our Life (1942)

Java Jive0:32:41 - A dance halldance hall | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

In This Our Life (1942)

This Time the Dream’s on Me0:33:03 - Stanley and Peter sit at a tableconversing | dance hall | dance scene | dancing | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

In This Our Life (1942)

Blues in the Night0:42:47 - Stanley puts a record on the phonographarguing | blues | conflict | leading lady | leading man | record player | room | source music | upbeat

In This Our Life (1942)

Blues in the Night0:54:51 - Stanley dressesadvance plot | blues | dressing | leading lady | record player | room | source music | upbeat | widow

In This Our Life (1942)

How Do I Know It’s Sunday0:57:12 - Stanley starts a record playingadvance plot | conversing | crying | dancing | father | flirting | leading lady | leading man | popular music | record player | room | sister | source music | upbeat | widow

In This Our Life (1942)

You’re a Lucky Guy1:16:20 - Stanley dancesadvance plot | arriving | conversing | criminal | dancing | drinking | leading lady | popular music | record player | room | source music | upbeat

In This Our Life (1942)

Autumn Nocturne1:17:45 - Stanley puts on a recordaccusing | arguing | conflict | criminal | defending | leading lady | lying | popular music | record player | room | sentimental | source music

In This Our Life (1942)

Underscoring (Tense) + South American Way1:25:34 - Stanley reactsaccusing | climax | criminal | father | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | lying | mother | mysterious | ominous | remembered source music | remembering | room | source and scoring overlap | source music | suspect | tense | underscoring
The Informer (1935)Drinking Song0:02:15 - Gypo and Frankie sing at a pubcheerful | drinking | establish character | flashback | leading man | on-screen music | pub | remembering | singing | somber | source music | street

The Informer (1935)

Rule, Britannia!0:02:32 - Close-up on the 20 pound reward on the posterBritish | dark | establish character | familiar tune | leading man | linear chromaticism | looking | mode change | patriotic tune | poster | source music | street | tense

The Informer (1935)

The Rose of Tralee0:02:54 - Man sings an Irish folk song by a lamp postcalm | establish character | familiar tune | folk song | Irish | leading man | on-screen music | poster | singing | source music | street | walking

The Informer (1935)

Yankee Doodle (Octatonic)0:06:21 - Katie looks at the poster about a trip to AmericaAmerican | comical | conversing | dark | diminished 7th chord | establish character | leading lady | leading man | octatonic | parallelism | patriotic tune | source music | street

The Informer (1935)

The Wearin’ o’ the Green0:07:32 - Frankie looks at reward poster with his picture on it64 chord | dark | establish character | folk song | hero | Irish | marching | mickey-mousing | mysterious | source music | street | thinking

The Informer (1935)

Drinking Song 20:40:12 - Gypo sings a drunken songadvance plot | antagonist | drunk | leading man | on-screen music | singing | source music | street

The Informer (1935)

The Irish Washerwoman0:43:45 - People sing and dance in a pubadvance plot | antagonist | bar | familiar tune | folk song | happy | Irish | leading man | source music | whistling

The Informer (1935)

My Man0:50:19 - Gypo talks with his friendAB structure | advance plot | antagonist | cheerful | conversing | leading man | party | source music | street

The Informer (1935)

Dardanella0:53:41 - Gypo buys drinks at a partyAB structure | advance plot | antagonist | celebrating | cheerful | crowd | drinking | leading man | on-screen music | party | partying | source music

The Informer (1935)

Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms0:55:32 - A woman prepares to sing a song at a partyadvance plot | antagonist | cheerful | crowd | leading man | on-screen music | party | playing | source music
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’ Low0:56:55 - Gaye sings "Moanin' Low"awkward | blues | bluesy | boss | develop character | father | gangster | hostage | hotel | leading lady | leading man | moll | nervous | on-screen music | singer | singing | source music
The Letter (1940)Foxtrot No.1 A1:19:49 - Leslie getting ready for the partyadvance plot | calm | dance music | foxtrot | home | leading lady | sitting | source music

The Letter (1940)

Mrs. Hammond (Foxtrot)1:20:02 - Ong is seen in the mirror dropping somethingadvance plot | antagonist | calm | combination of themes | dagger | dance music | dropping | foxtrot | home | leading lady | mysterious | open fifth | parallelism | pentatonic | source music

The Letter (1940)

Foxtrot No.1 B1:20:05 - Leslie getting ready for the partyadvance plot | calm | dance music | foxtrot | home | leading lady | source music | walking

The Letter (1940)

Mrs. Hammond (Foxtrot 2)1:21:15 - Leslie looks around to see who left the knifeadvance plot | Chinese | combination of themes | dagger | dance music | foxtrot | home | leading lady | looking | mysterious | polytonality | source music | tense

The Letter (1940)

Foxtrot No.1 C1:21:36 - Leslie goes to the partycalm | conversing | dance music | dancing | foxtrot | friend | leading lady | party | party | source music

The Letter (1940)

Foxtrot No.21:22:12 - Leslie dances at the partyconversing | dance music | dancing | foxtrot | friend | happy | husband | leading lady | party | party | source music

The Letter (1940)

Foxtrot No.31:23:25 - Robert talks to friends at the partyconversing | dance music | drinking | foxtrot | friend | happy | husband | leading lady | party | party | source music

The Letter (1940)

Hammond A (Foxtrot No.3)1:25:08 - Leslie leaves the party, stares at the moon, and is worriedclimax | combination of themes | dance music | foxtrot | home | lacework | leading lady | obsession | obsessive | oscillation | sequence | source music | tense | thinking

The Letter (1940)

Foxtrot No.31:33:58 - Camera pans to the party going on in the housecalm | dance music | foxtrot | plantation | resolution | source music | zoom in

The Letter (1940)

Hammond A (Foxtrot No.3B)1:34:18 - Leslie's laceworkcalm | combination of themes | dance music | lacework | plantation | resolution | source music
Lightning Strikes Twice (1951)Too Much Love0:59:02 - Shelly looks at Trev's portraitheroine | party | portrait | source music

Lightning Strikes Twice (1951)

Ave Maria1:10:24 - Shelly and Trev get marriedclassical | familiar tune | Schubert | source music | wedding
Mildred Pierce (1945)You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby0:03:59 - Wally sees Mildred from the windowconversing | establish character | familiar tune | friend | heroine | jazz | leading lady | on-screen music | restaurant | source music | upbeat

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes0:16:07 - Cop whistles to himselfadvance plot | detective | familiar tune | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | police | police station | source music | tense | ticking | whistling

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Waltz Brillante0:26:39 - Veda plays the pianoadvance plot | child | classical music | conversing | dancing | familiar tune | gentle | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | waltz

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Waltz Brillante0:27:21 - Veda plays the pianoadvance plot | child | classical music | conversing | familiar tune | gentle | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | waltz

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Work (Singing Lesson)0:37:17 - Veda singschild | double exposure | heroine | leading lady | montage | on-screen music | room | scored source music | singing | upbeat | voice-over | working

Mildred Pierce (1945)

South American Way0:37:36 - Veda sings and plays while Kay danceschild | dancing | heroine | leading lady | music scene | on-screen music | playing | popular music | room | singing | source music | upbeat

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Mazurka in B-Flat Major (Tense)0:38:47 - Veda plays a Chopin Mazurkaarguing | child | classical music | conflict | familiar tune | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | quotation | room | scored source music | source music | tense | upbeat | waltz

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Mazurka in B-Flat Major + MildredNIF - not in filmclassical music | combination of themes | cut from film | familiar tune | on-screen music | scored source music | source music

Mildred Pierce (1945)

It Can’t Be Wrong0:51:16 - Monte plays a record for Mildredconversing | heroine | kissing | leading lady | love interest | love scene | popular music | record | record player | romantic | room | source music

Mildred Pierce (1945)

T’Ain’t No Good0:57:37 - Mildred at the opening of her restaurantadvance plot | antagonist | busy | conversing | daughter | dining | friend | guest | heroine | leading lady | popular music | restaurant | serving | source music | upbeat | working

Mildred Pierce (1945)

While You’re Away0:59:47 - Monte arrives at the restaurantadvance plot | antagonist | busy | conversing | daughter | dining | friend | guest | heroine | leading lady | love interest | popular music | restaurant | serving | source music | upbeat | working

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Please Think of Me1:01:54 - Monte dances with Vedaadvance plot | antagonist | celebrating | dancing | daughter | friend | heroine | jukebox | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | popular music | restaurant | singing | source music | upbeat

Mildred Pierce (1945)

How Sweet You Are1:08:28 - Veda dances at a clubadvance plot | club | conversing | dance music | dancing | heroine | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | relaxed | source music

Mildred Pierce (1945)

You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby1:16:01 - Wally and Veda in a restaurantadvance plot | antagonist | cheerful | conversing | daughter | drinking | friend | popular music | restaurant | source music | toasting

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Oceana Roll1:27:46 - Veda sings at a restaurantadvance plot | antagonist | cheerful | club | dancing | daughter | ex-husband | heroine | leading lady | on-screen music | playing | popular music | singing | source music

Mildred Pierce (1945)

Sweet Georgia Brown1:29:05 - Mildred confronts Wallyadvance plot | antagonist | club | conversing | daughter | heroine | jazz | leading lady | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat

Mildred Pierce (1945)

It Had to Be You1:30:25 - Mildred and Veda talkadvance plot | antagonist | club | conversing | daughter | heroine | jazz | leading lady | on-screen music | popular music | source music | upbeat
The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)Funeral March0:01:12 - A funeral marchaltered dominant | brass band | classical music | crowd | establish place | funeral | funeral march | marching | mode change | on-screen music | parallel 63s | pedal tone | performer | secondary dominant | somber | source music | street | watching

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Lullaby + Funeral March0:02:32 - Vergie in her jail cellclassical music | combination of themes | funeral | funeral march | leading lady | plagal cadence | pondering | prison | prisoner | sequence | somber | source music | suspect | watching

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

There’ll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight0:12:17 - People rallying for John Shadwelladvance plot | conversing | crowd | on-screen music | popular song | rally | source music | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow0:13:48 - Political rally for John Shadwelladvance plot | conversing | crowd | folk song | on-screen music | politician | rally | source music | spouse | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Oh! You Beautiful Doll0:17:47 - People in a baradvance plot | bar | business man | conversing | mode mixture | ragtime | source music | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider)0:28:55 - People in a baradvance plot | bar | business man | conversing | parallel double period | ragtime | source music | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Semper Fidelis0:30:32 - A march is played outsideadvance plot | celebrating | cheering | child | common-chord modulation | conversing | crowd | gossiper | leading lady | leading man | march | patriotic tune | politician | source music | spouse | street | upbeat

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Darktown Strutters’ Ball0:40:06 - Sadie and Mike in a baradvance plot | business man | club | common-chord modulation | conversing | friend | love interest | plotting | ragtime | source music | upbeat

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

The Life of Vergie Winters (1934)

Funeral March1:17:18 - John's funeral processionaltered dominant | brass band | classical music | crowd | establish place | funeral | funeral march | marching | on-screen music | parallel 63s | somber | source music | street | watching
Rockabye (1932)Improvised Lullaby0:11:04 - Elizabeth sings a lullabyadvance plot | calm | daughter | doll | leading lady | lullaby | mother | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Sleep, My Sweet0:11:20 - Judy sings with her daughteradvance plot | calm | daughter | humming | leading lady | lullaby | mother | on-screen music | room | score to source | singing | source music

Rockabye (1932)

A Bird in a Gilded Cage0:29:09 - Snooks sings to herselfadvance plot | drunk | mother | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Out of the Blue0:33:38 - People at a partyadvance plot | calm | club | conversing | friend | leading lady | on-screen music | pianist | playing | playwright | singer | singing | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Till the Real Thing Comes My Way0:33:55 - Judy at the partyadvance plot | club | conversing | dancing | friend | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | pianist | playing | playwright | source music | upbeat

Rockabye (1932)

Improvisation (in Rockabye)0:35:35 - People at a partyadvance plot | club | conversing | drinking | friend | on-screen music | playing | source music | upbeat

Rockabye (1932)

Out of the Blue (Piano Improvisation)0:35:57 - Judy and Jacobs talkAABA structure | advance plot | calm | club | conversing | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | playwright | score to source borrowing | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Till the Real Thing Comes My Way0:39:24 - Judy sings a songAABA structure | advance plot | club | dancing | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | pianist | singing | source music | upbeat

Rockabye (1932)

Till the Real Thing Comes My Way0:40:21 - Judy sings on top of a truckadvance plot | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | pianist | singing | source music | street | upbeat

Rockabye (1932)

You’ve Got What Gets Me0:53:27 - People at a partyABAB structure | advance plot | cheerful | conversing | manager | mother | party | source music

Rockabye (1932)

You’ve Got What Gets Me0:55:05 - Judy at a partyABAB structure | advance plot | celebrating | cheerful | leading lady | maid | mother | party | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Rockin’ Chair0:59:16 - Judy talks to her managerAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | drinking | leading lady | manager | party | somber | source music

Rockabye (1932)

Till the Real Thing Comes My Way1:01:37 - Judy sings at a partyadvance plot | cheerful | leading lady | love interest | on-screen music | party | playwright | singing | source music
Kid Galahad (1937)Swing for Sale0:04:26 - Dancing at a partyAABA structure | crowd | dancing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | manager | party | partying | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Kid Galahad (1937)

The Ring0:06:38 - People at a partyAABA structure | crowd | establish character | leading lady | leading man | manager | party | partying | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Kid Galahad (1937)

Stride Piano Improvisation 10:08:50 - People at a partyblues scale | crowd | dancing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | manager | on-screen music | party | source music | stride piano | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Kid Galahad (1937)

The Prizefighter and the Lady0:09:36 - Ward helps LouiseAABA structure | crowd | dancing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | manager | on-screen music | party | source music | stride piano | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Kid Galahad (1937)

Stride Piano Improvisation 20:13:24 - People dance at a partycrowd | dancing | establish character | leading lady | leading man | manager | party | partying | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

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

Kid Galahad (1937)

Sand In My Shoes1:10:15 - Ward, Marie, and Louise talk in the clubadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | dancing | leading lady | leading man | night club | on-screen music | sister | source music | transcribed by ear

Kid Galahad (1937)

Green Lady1:12:08 - Ward, Marie, and Louise talk in the clubadvance plot | arguing | cheerful | fighting | gangster | night club | source music | trainer | transcribed by ear
Traveling Husbands (1931)There’s a Sob in My Heart (Whistling)0:01:25 - A man whistles on a traincheerful | establish character | on-screen music | popular song | salesman | source music | train | train | transcribed by ear | whistling

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Singing)0:01:44 - A man sings on a traincheerful | establish character | on-screen music | popular song | salesman | singing | source music | train | train | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Someone0:16:31 - Music is played in a hotel ballroomadvance plot | cheerful | dancing | hotel | leading lady | popular song | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Bicycle Built for Two0:20:51 - Music is played in a bar roomAABC structure | advance plot | bar | calm | conversing | eating | leading lady | popular song | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Sidewalks of New York0:21:01 - Music is played in a bar roomadvance plot | bar | calm | conversing | eating | leading lady | popular song | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Strings)0:23:03 - Music is played in a night clubAABA structure | advance plot | dancing | leading lady | night club | popular song | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Dance0:26:27 - Music is played in a night clubAB structure | advance plot | dancing | Latin-American | leading lady | night club | salesman | source music | tango | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Duet)0:28:54 - Two lovers sing in a hotel roomAABA structure | comedy | love | popular song | romantic | room | salesman | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Radio Waltz)0:32:02 - Music is played on the radiocomedy | listening | popular song | radio | romantic | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Radio Jazz)0:32:29 - Music is played on the radioaltered dominant | comedy | dancing | popular song | radio | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Radio Dance Band)0:32:46 - Music is played on the radioAABA structure | chromatic mediant | comedy | dancing | leading lady | popular song | radio | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Dixieland)0:34:27 - Music is played in a night clubbanjo | countermelody | dancing | Dixieland | double exposure | drums | improvisation | jazz | leading lady | montage | night club | popular song | salesman | source music | taxi | transcribed by ear | trombone | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Hello Beautiful0:35:04 - Music is played in a taxiAABA structure | banjo | dancing | drums | leading lady | montage | night club | popular song | salesman | source music | taxi | transcribed by ear | trombone | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Millie0:35:09 - Hot jazz is played in a night clubAABA structure | banjo | dancing | Dixieland | drums | jazz | leading lady | montage | night club | popular song | salesman | source music | taxi | transcribed by ear | trombone | upbeat

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Arabian)0:35:46 - Music is played on the radioAABA structure | advance plot | Arabian | dancing | exoticism | popular song | radio | romantic | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Arabian)0:38:56 - Music is played on the radioadvance plot | Arabian | dancing | exoticism | leading lady | popular song | radio | romantic | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Chimes0:49:36 - A tune is played on church bellsadvance plot | calm | church bell | leading lady | leading man | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear | waiting

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Chimes 20:51:50 - A tune is played on church bellsadvance plot | calm | church bell | leading lady | leading man | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear | waiting

Traveling Husbands (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Slow Waltz)0:57:47 - Music is played on the radioAABA structure | advance plot | arguing | calm | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | popular song | radio | room | salesman | source music | transcribed by ear

Traveling Husbands (1931)

Ring Around the Rosy1:09:30 - Men sing and dancechildren’s song | dancing | exciting | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | resolution | room | salesman | singing | source music | transcribed by ear
The Unfaithful (1947)Stride Piano0:03:20 - Larry arrives at the partyestablish character | jazz | lawyer | leading lady | on-screen music | party | sister | source music | upbeat

The Unfaithful (1947)

Deep Night0:05:47 - Roger arrives at party and argues with Paulaantagonist | arguing | establish character | lawyer | leading lady | on-screen music | party | sister | somber | source music

The Unfaithful (1947)

Oh But I Do0:32:27 - Ladies talk at a restaurantadvance plot | calm | conversing | husband | lawyer | leading lady | on-screen music | restaurant | sister | source music | transition | victim

The Unfaithful (1947)

Deep Night0:35:15 - Larry answers a phone call and leavesadvance plot | calm | conversing | husband | lawyer | leading lady | on-screen music | restaurant | source music | transition | victim

The Unfaithful (1947)

Ask Anyone Who Knows1:34:08 - Paula reads the paper in her apartmentcalm | conversing | friend | husband | radio | reading | resolution | room | source music

The Unfaithful (1947)

Would You Believe Me1:36:54 - Paula talks with Bobcalm | conversing | friend | husband | radio | reading | resolution | room | source music
We Are Not Alone (1939)Surprise Symphony (Glissando)0:02:20 - David rides his bike homebicycle | classical music | establish character | familiar tune | fragmentation | glissando | Haydn | hero | playful | quotation | score to source | sequence | source music | street

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Theme and Variations)0:02:37 - David enters his homeaugmented triad | classical music | deceptive resolution | establish character | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | home | playful | quotation | scored source music | source music | street | whistling

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony0:17:34 - David whistles while helping a patientclassical music | comical | diminution | doctor | establish character | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | heroine | office | on-screen music | quotation | source music | whistling

We Are Not Alone (1939)

I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside0:17:49 - Exterior of a British dance hallABAC structure | conflict | doctor | familiar tune | helping | hero | heroine | score to source | source music | street | tense

We Are Not Alone (1939)

As You Walk Down the Strand0:19:59 - David helps LeniAABC structure | advance plot | calm | doctor | familiar tune | hero | heroine | source music | street

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Poor Old Adam Was My Father0:20:32 - David talks to Leni by the seasideABAC structure | advance plot | calm | doctor | familiar tune | hero | heroine | source music | street

We Are Not Alone (1939)

It’s Easy to Be a Lady if You Try0:25:50 - Gerald and Leni ride a carouselABAC structure | advance plot | amusement park | boy | bright | carnival | carousel | child | conversing | familiar tune | father | hero | heroine | playing | source music

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:27:56 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | hero | home | neutral | on-screen music | source music | tuning | violin | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:28:03 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | hero | home | neutral | on-screen music | source music | tuning | violin | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:28:17 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | hero | home | neutral | on-screen music | source music | tuning | violin | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:28:31 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | hero | home | neutral | on-screen music | source music | tuning | violin | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony0:29:13 - David whistles advance plot | cheerful | classical music | familiar tune | Haydn | hero | home | quotation | source music | whistling | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:29:20 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | hero | home | neutral | on-screen music | source music | tuning | tuning | violin | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Minuet0:29:28 - David plays the violinadvance plot | hero | home | on-screen music | playing | source music | violin | warm | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony0:29:45 - David plays the violinadvance plot | hero | home | on-screen music | playing | source music | violin | warm | wife

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (At the Piano)0:34:49 - Leni plays and singsboy | cheerful | child | establish character | familiar tune | father | folk song | foreign key modulation | German | hero | heroine | home | on-screen music | piano | playing | score to source | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft0:36:41 - Leni plays the pianoboy | child | establish character | familiar tune | folk song | German | heroine | home | on-screen music | piano | playing | source music | warm

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Eine kleine Nachtmusik0:52:05 - Program for the concert at the partyadvance plot | classical music | concert | familiar tune | home | joyful | Mozart | room | source music

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Die Krähe0:52:36 - Leni asks David about his workadvance plot | antagonist | calm | classical music | concert | conversing | cook | familiar tune | hero | heroine | home | room | Schubert | source music

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Celebre Romance0:54:24 - Leni asks David for a referenceABAC structure | advance plot | antagonist | calm | classical music | concert | conversing | cook | familiar tune | hero | heroine | home | room | Rubinstein | source music

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning0:59:20 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | antagonist | calm | cook | hero | heroine | home | on-screen music | room | source music | tuning | violin

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Tuning1:00:57 - David tunes his violinadvance plot | antagonist | calm | cook | hero | heroine | home | on-screen music | room | source music | tuning | violin

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Celebre Romance1:01:03 - David plays the violinadvance plot | antagonist | classical music | cook | familiar tune | hero | heroine | home | on-screen music | peaceful | playing | romantic | room | Rubinstein | sentence form | source music | source to score | violin

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Celebre Romance (Accompanied)1:01:56 - Gerald sneaks insideboy | child | classical music | common-tone modulation | familiar tune | hero | heroine | home | mode mixture | on-screen music | peaceful | pivotal scene | playing | romantic | room | Rubinstein | secondary dominant | source music | violin

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Celebre Romance (Accompanied B)1:02:47 - Gerald accidentally mixes up the contents of two bottlesboy | child | classical music | deceptive resolution | familiar tune | hero | heroine | home | linear chromaticism | mode mixture | on-screen music | peaceful | pivotal scene | playing | romantic | room | Rubinstein | source music | violin

We Are Not Alone (1939)

God Save the King1:09:06 - Mob sings "God Save the King" outsideadvance plot | antagonist | British | choral singing | familiar tune | home | mob | patriotic | singing | source music | source to score | street

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Fife and Drums1:44:42 - David talks with the guardsadvance plot | hero | patriotic | pentatonic | prison | source music | war

We Are Not Alone (1939)

It’s a Long Long Way to Tipperary1:45:21 - David talks with the guardsadvance plot | familiar tune | hero | patriotic | prison | source music | war

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Whistling)1:48:34 - David whistles as he thinksadvance plot | augmentation | classical music | deceptive resolution | familiar tune | gentle | Haydn | hero | on-screen music | pedal tone | prison | quotation | score to source | source music | sweet | whistling

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (Ghostly)1:49:48 - Gerald talks to Susanantagonist | boy | child | classical music | conclusion | death | eerie | familiar tune | Haydn | home | ominous | on-screen music | quotation | remembered source music | room | source music | tone cluster | whistling

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Frohe Botschaft (Singing) + Surprise Symphony1:50:50 - Gerald sings in the tubaugmented triad | boy | child | classical music | combination of themes | conclusion | death | familiar tune | folk song | German | Haydn | home | mode mixture | on-screen music | peaceful | quotation | room | source music | whistling

We Are Not Alone (1939)

Surprise Symphony (The End)1:51:13 - Closing creditsbold | classical music | closing credits | end title sequence | familiar tune | Haydn | on-screen music | quotation | source music | transcribed by ear | whistling
White Heat (1949)Five O'Clock Whistle1:11:01 - Verna and Big Ed listen to the radioradio | source music
High Stakes (1931)Close to Me0:01:09 - People at a partyconversing | establish character | friend | on-screen music | playing | source music | upbeat | waiting | wedding

High Stakes (1931)

Here Comes the Bride0:04:05 - Bride walks down the aisleadvance plot | bride | calm | crowd | establish place | familiar tune | source music | walking | wedding

High Stakes (1931)

Hymn0:04:46 - They get marriedadvance plot | augmented sixth chord | bride | calm | groom | hymn | marrying | priest | source music | wedding

High Stakes (1931)

Wedding March0:05:16 - They get marriedadvance plot | bride | cheerful | crowd | groom | marrying | priest | source music | wedding
The Public Defender (1931)Beautiful Thing0:05:58 - Dance music played at a dinner partyadvance plot | banker | cheerful | conversing | crowd | dance music | on-screen music | party | police | source music | transcribed by ear

The Public Defender (1931)

An Armchair With An Armful of You0:12:46 - Dance music played at a dinner partyABAC structure | advance plot | arguing | banker | cheerful | conversing | crowd | dance music | party | source music | transcribed by ear | waiter

The Public Defender (1931)

An Armchair With An Armful of You0:15:33 - Waiter takes sandwich to manadvance plot | banker | cheerful | dance music | party | serving | source and scoring overlap | source music | transcribed by ear | waiter

The Public Defender (1931)

An Armchair With An Armful of You0:16:29 - Dance music played at a dinner partyadvance plot | banker | cheerful | dance music | discovery | mystery | party | reacting | source and scoring overlap | source music | transcribed by ear | waiter

The Public Defender (1931)

He Walked Right In, Turned Around and Walked Right Out Again0:30:49 - Man sings to himself as he walks awayadvance plot | cheerful | leading man | on-screen music | room | singing | source music | transcribed by ear
Three Who Loved (1931)My One Ambition is You0:14:21 - Phil turns on the radioAB structure | advance plot | cheerful | conversing | dancing | pleasant | radio | room | source music | upbeat

Three Who Loved (1931)

Dance0:17:09 - John and Helga talkingAB structure | advance plot | conversing | pleasant | radio | room | source music

Three Who Loved (1931)

St. Patrick’s Day0:18:32 - Organ grinder on streetcheerful | musician | on-screen music | organ grinder | playing | source music | street | transition

Three Who Loved (1931)

Toy Harmonica0:41:07 - Children at partyadvance plot | cheerful | child | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | toy

Three Who Loved (1931)

Toy Harmonica0:42:54 - Children at partyadvance plot | cheerful | child | on-screen music | playing | room | source music | toy

Three Who Loved (1931)

Old Folks At Home0:46:00 - Phil paces in a jail celladvance plot | jail | leading man | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | somber | source music

Three Who Loved (1931)

Forty-Nine Bottles0:47:56 - Drunk man singsadvance plot | drunk | drunk | on-screen music | party | singing | source music

Three Who Loved (1931)

Forty-Nine Bottles0:48:14 - People singadvance plot | drunk | drunk | on-screen music | party | singing | source music
Transgression (1931)Dance0:08:10 - Elsie and Don Arturo at a clubAB structure | calm | club | conversing | establish character | leading lady | love interest | sophisticated | source music | tango

Transgression (1931)

Waltz0:18:26 - People at a partyadvance plot | calm | club | gambling | leading lady | linear chromaticism | love interest | parallel double period | sophisticated | source music | waltz

Transgression (1931)

Igualada0:23:20 - Elsie and Don Arturo talkingadvance plot | calm | club | conversing | dancing | leading lady | love interest | sophisticated | source music | tango

Transgression (1931)

Igualada0:24:58 - Elsie and Don Arturo dancingadvance plot | calm | club | conversing | dancing | leading lady | love interest | sophisticated | source music | tango

Transgression (1931)

There’s a Sob in My Heart (Ballroom)0:28:18 - Robert arrives at the partyAABA structure | advance plot | augmented sixth chord | calm | club | conversing | dancing | husband | leading lady | self-borrowing | sophisticated | source music

Transgression (1931)

Flute Solo0:43:22 - Don Arturo opens the doorcalm | conversing | leading lady | love interest | love scene | room | source music

Transgression (1931)

Serenade0:44:16 - Elsie and Don Arturo talkingABAC structure | calm | conversing | embracing | kissing | leading lady | love interest | love scene | romantic | room | source music
Hell’s Highway (1932)Hikin’ Jerry0:00:14 - Main titles and newspaper headlinescall and response | establish setting | guard | headline | montage | newspaper | opening title sequence | prison | prisoner | singing | solemn | source music | transcribed by ear | working

Hell’s Highway (1932)

John Henry0:06:08 - Men working on a chain gangadvance plot | guard | on-screen music | pentatonic | prison | prisoner | singing | solemn | source music | transcribed by ear | working

Hell’s Highway (1932)

Willie, the Weeper0:13:52 - Men singing in prisonadvance plot | blue note | guard | on-screen music | prison | prisoner | singing | solemn | source music | spiritual | transcribed by ear

Hell’s Highway (1932)

The Load is Heavy0:17:26 - Men singing in prisonadvance plot | barbershop | cheerful | guard | on-screen music | prison | prisoner | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

Hell’s Highway (1932)

Frankie and Johnny0:27:11 - Men singing in prisonadvance plot | calm | guard | on-screen music | prison | prisoner | singing | source music | transcribed by ear

Hell’s Highway (1932)

Tuning of Violin0:47:34 - A man tunes a violinadvance plot | calm | guard | on-screen music | playing | prison | prisoner | source music | tuning | violin
Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)Jingle Bells0:07:51 - Spider singsadvance plot | bothering | business man | comic | comical | goofing around | on-screen music | room | salesman | singing | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Makes You Forget Your Troubles0:11:18 - Spider and Curley talk to SteeleAABA structure | advance plot | club | comic | dancer | dancing | planning | salesman | self-borrowing | source music | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

A Moment in the Dark0:14:05 - Curley turns on the radioAABA structure | advance plot | comic | goofing around | office | prisoner | radio | source music | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Ain’t That the Way it Goes0:14:53 - Spider and Curley look aroundAABA structure | advance plot | comic | conversing | goofing around | love interest | office | prisoner | radio | source music | upbeat

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

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

I’m Wrapped Up in You0:18:18 - Spider dances with Violetadvance plot | comic | conversing | dancing | goofing around | love interest | office | prisoner | radio | source music | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Improvisation0:39:35 - Violet plays the piano and singsadvance plot | comic | comical | conversing | office | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | singing | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Improvisation0:40:44 - Violet plays the piano and singsadvance plot | comic | comical | conversing | office | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | singing | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Improvisation0:41:43 - Violet plays the piano and singsadvance plot | comic | comical | conversing | office | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | singing | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Chopsticks0:42:09 - Violet and Spider play a piano duetadvance plot | comic | comical | office | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Improvisation0:42:44 - Violet plays the piano and singsadvance plot | comic | comical | office | on-screen music | playing | prisoner | singing | source music

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Eldorania0:59:14 - A doctor tends to Spider's legadvance plot | athlete | comic | conversing | doctor | field | plotting | prisoner | referee | relative key | source music | treating | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

El Capitan March1:01:51 - Spider makes Whitey sign a confessionadvance plot | comic | criminal | field | plotting | prisoner | source music | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Bide-More Alma Mater1:04:44 - Bidemore celebrates their victorycelebrating | comic | crowd | field | love interest | politician | prisoner | resolution | source music | upbeat | warden

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

The Prisoner’s Song1:05:19 - Spider talks to Violetcomic | conversing | field | prisoner | resolution | source music | upbeat

Hold ‘Em Jail (1932)

Bide-More Alma Mater1:05:33 - End titlesend title sequence | source music | The End | upbeat
Is My Face Red? (1932)You Bunch of Fun0:10:42 - Backstage at a Broadway showadvance plot | Broadway | cheerful | dancer | dancing | leading man | popular music | singing | source music | stage | transcribed by ear

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Burlesque0:13:10 - Backstage at a Broadway showABAC structure | advance plot | arguing | Broadway | burlesque | cheerful | common-chord modulation | dancer | leading man | pedal tone | plagal cadence | popular music | source music | stage | transcribed by ear

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Close to Me0:13:53 - William and Peggy talk in a dressing roomadvance plot | altered dominant | augmented sixth chord | Broadway | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | dancer | Gypsy major scale | leading man | popular music | romantic | room | source music | transcribed by ear

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Comin’ Thro’ the Rye0:46:54 - A man exercises to music on a boatadvance plot | boat | calm | exercising | leading lady | leading man | source music | transcribed by ear

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Guilty0:47:40 - A radio orchestra plays on a soundstageadvance plot | band | broadcast | calm | dance music | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | radio | source music | stage | transcribed by ear | walking

Is My Face Red? (1932)

Trysting Place, The0:50:25 - William talks to Peggy and Mildredadvance plot | arguing | band | broadcast | calm | conversing | dance music | leading man | radio | sentence form | source music | stage | transcribed by ear
Ladies of the Jury (1932)El Capitan March0:28:41 - Jurors deliberateadvance plot | conversing | juror | jury room | leading lady | march | radio | source music | upbeat

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

Ladies of the Jury (1932)

I’m Just Wild About Harry0:52:40 - Spencer singsadvance plot | juror | jury room | on-screen music | singing | source music | upbeat

Ladies of the Jury (1932)

All in Favor of Taking a Ride Say Aye0:56:03 - Mayme singsadvance plot | juror | jury room | on-screen music | singing | source music | upbeat
Men of America (1932)Hey! Hey!0:26:27 - Man turns on car radioadvance plot | car | criminal | listening | mode mixture | radio | self-borrowing | source music | upbeat

Men of America (1932)

Symphony no. 5: IV0:26:35 - Car radio plays classical musicadvance plot | bold | car | conversing | criminal | radio | source music | tense

Men of America (1932)

Lace and Ruffles0:30:53 - The criminals have a feastadvance plot | criminal | eating | food | pleasant | source music

Men of America (1932)

Italian Folk Song0:32:52 - Tony sings a folk songadvance plot | cheerful | grapes | Italian | on-screen music | singing | source music | working
Secrets of the French Police (1932)La marseillaise (Distressed)0:01:00 - Cast listcast list | diminished 7th chord | drumroll | France | newspaper | on-screen music | opening title sequence | page turn | patriotic tune | source music | tense

Secrets of the French Police (1932)

Taps0:02:18 - Taps is played at a military funeralbugle call | familiar tune | funeral | funeral | military | on-screen music | playing | somber | source music
State’s Attorney (1932)Na Moku Eha0:01:19 - Hula dancercheerful | club | conversing | dancer | dancing | drinking | establish character | gambling | Hawaiian | leading man | on-screen music | playing | politician | singing | source music

State’s Attorney (1932)

When I am Dead0:12:59 - Tom sings to himselfadvance plot | cheerful | humming | lawyer | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

State’s Attorney (1932)

Blues (Piano)0:18:14 - People talking in a clubadvance plot | blue note | club | conversing | gangster | leading lady | leading man | mistress | score to source | source music | upbeat

State’s Attorney (1932)

Stack o’ Lee Blues0:43:17 - Jazz musicians playing in a clubadvance plot | club | Dixieland | musician | on-screen music | playing | singer | singing | source music | upbeat

State’s Attorney (1932)

Business in F0:43:46 - Jazz musicians playing in a clubadvance plot | club | conversing | dancing | daughter | jazz | lawyer | leading man | love interest | on-screen music | source music | upbeat

State’s Attorney (1932)

Beer Glasses0:53:26 - Tom tunes his beer glasses to Aadvance plot | bar | drunk | drunk | lawyer | leading man | on-screen music | source music | tuning

State’s Attorney (1932)

Wedding March0:53:50 - Tom plays the Wedding Marchadvance plot | bar | drunk | drunk | lawyer | leading man | on-screen music | playing | source music

State’s Attorney (1932)

Beer Glasses0:54:08 - Tom strikes a beer glassadvance plot | bar | drunk | drunk | lawyer | leading man | on-screen music | playing | source music

State’s Attorney (1932)

Beer Glasses0:54:32 - Tom strikes a beer glassadvance plot | bar | drunk | drunk | lawyer | leading man | on-screen music | playing | source music

State’s Attorney (1932)

Bibelot0:55:22 - Tom plays the pianoadvance plot | cheerful | musician | on-screen music | playing | room | singing | source music
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)Fanfare0:00:16 - Fade-in to a seated orchestraannouncer | broadcast | dramatic | fanfare | on-screen music | opening title sequence | orchestra | playing | radio | source music | transcribed by ear

The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)

Misterioso No. 10:00:21 - A radio broadcastannouncer | broadcast | mysterious | on-screen music | opening title sequence | orchestra | playing | radio | source music | transcribed by ear

The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)

I’m Wrapped Up in You0:16:39 - People talk at a partyAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | dance music | jaunty | party | popular music | radio | source music | transcribed by ear

The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)

Auld Lang Syne0:19:50 - A man sings to himself at the partyadvance plot | drinking | familiar tune | on-screen music | party | peaceful | singing | source music | transcribed by ear
The Roadhouse Murder (1932)Three Little Words0:04:41 - A woman undressesadvance plot | cheerful | floozy | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

The Roadhouse Murder (1932)

Three Little Words0:05:23 - A woman in the bathtubadvance plot | cheerful | floozy | on-screen music | room | singing | source music

The Roadhouse Murder (1932)

Lady With a Past Fox Trot0:35:34 - Chick and Mary talkingAABA structure | cheerful | conversing | dancing | diner | girlfriend | leading lady | leading man | love scene | on-screen music | reporter | romantic | self-borrowing | source music
Thirteen Women (1932)Blue Streak0:01:54 - A circus posterABA structure | circus | circus music | conversing | cousin | establish character | establish place | horoscope | letter | performer | reading | source music | upbeat

Thirteen Women (1932)

Circus Music0:03:44 - June talks to HazelAB structure | circus | circus music | conversing | cousin | establish character | performer | source music | upbeat

Thirteen Women (1932)

Spring, Beautiful Spring0:04:48 - June and May performABA structure | circus | circus music | death scene | performer | performing | source music | swinging | trapeze | upbeat

Thirteen Women (1932)

Drum Roll0:06:18 - June and May performcircus | death scene | fear | performer | preparing | source music | tense | trapeze

Thirteen Women (1932)

Serenade0:28:11 - Jo plays the pianoadvance plot | calm | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | friend | gentle | on-screen music | piano | playing | room | secondary dominant | self-borrowing | sentence form | source music | transcribed by ear
Blind Adventure (1933)When You’re Far Away0:26:45 - Rose and Richard crash a partyAABA structure | advance plot | conversing | leading lady | leading man | lying | party | popular song | romantic | source music

Blind Adventure (1933)

Marcellene0:32:12 - Rose and Richard go downstairsABAC structure | advance plot | calm | conversing | leading lady | leading man | lying | party | popular song | source music

Blind Adventure (1933)

The Prisoner’s Song0:35:12 - Holmes sings and whistlesadvance plot | calm | criminal | on-screen music | rooftop | singing | source music | whistling

Blind Adventure (1933)

The Prisoner’s Song1:02:08 - Holmes sings to himselfcalm | conclusion | criminal | on-screen music | rooftop | singing | source music
Emergency Call (1933)Fit as a Fiddle0:15:50 - A woman singsadvance plot | jaunty | nurse | on-screen music | popular song | singing | source music | transcribed by ear
Headline Shooter (1933)He’s Not the Marrying Kind0:02:32 - Radio announcer talkingannouncing | beauty contestant | conversing | establish character | filming | film staff | leading man | modeling | on-screen music | pageant | parallel period | photographer | pleasant | radio announcer | source music

Headline Shooter (1933)

Ensemble Tuning0:04:41 - Bill talks to business manbusiness man | calm | conversing | establish character | leading man | pageant | source music | tuning

Headline Shooter (1933)

You Can Depend on Me0:05:21 - Bathing beauties walk pastAABA structure | announcing | beauty contestant | conversing | drunk | establish character | filming | film staff | leading lady | leading man | modeling | on-screen music | pageant | photographer | pleasant | radio announcer | source music

Headline Shooter (1933)

Tell Me is It Love?0:21:50 - Bill and Jane at a baradvance plot | bar | conversing | drunk | leading lady | leading man | parallel double period | pleasant | source music

Headline Shooter (1933)

Isn’t This a Night For Love0:22:10 - Bill and Jane talk at a barAABA structure | advance plot | bar | conversing | leading lady | leading man | romantic | source music

Headline Shooter (1933)

Come Easy, Go Easy, Love0:46:07 - Bill talks to reportersAABA structure | advance plot | calm | conversing | fiancé | leading lady | leading man | reporter | restaurant | source music
Gridiron Flash (1934)Oh, Mama0:22:48 - Pudge singsathlete | awkward | crowd | friend | listening | party | room | singing | source music
Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)Tonight is Mine0:11:24 - Dorothea plays the pianoadvance plot | conversing | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | on-screen music | piano | playing | pleasant | room | source music

Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)

Wonderful0:39:29 - Robert tells Dorothea goodbye11th chord | ABAC structure | added-note chord | advance plot | calm | club | common-tone diminished 7th | conversing | lawyer | leading lady | leading man | meeting | self-borrowing | source music | transcribed by ear

Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)

When You’re Far Away0:41:12 - Robert talks to JerryAABA structure | advance plot | club | conversing | lawyer | leading man | meeting | pleasant | source music | suspect
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)Clock Tower0:02:12 - A clock tower calm | city | clock tower | source music | tolling | transition

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

Clock Tower0:12:17 - A clock tower calm | city | clock tower | source music | tolling | transition

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

Scale0:28:06 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | detective | leading lady | leading man | major scale | music notes | neutral | on-screen music | school | singing | sleuth | source music

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

The Clue0:28:13 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | detective | leading lady | leading man | music notes | neutral | on-screen music | school | sleuth | source music | whistling

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

Unknown Tune0:29:23 - Otto sings to himselfadvance plot | drunk | janitor | on-screen music | school | singing | source music

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

The Clue0:32:55 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | leading lady | leading man | neutral | on-screen music | school | sleuth | source music | whistling

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

The Clue0:40:59 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | leading lady | neutral | on-screen music | school | school principal | sleuth | source music | whistling

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

The Clue0:56:42 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | detective | hospital | leading lady | neutral | on-screen music | professor | sleuth | source music | victim | whistling

Murder on the Blackboard (1934)

The Clue1:08:29 - Hildegarde whistlesadvance plot | café | detective | leading lady | leading man | neutral | on-screen music | sleuth | source music | whistling
Star of Midnight (1935)Midnight in Manhattan (Tango)0:08:56 - Dancers in a Broadway showadvance plot | countermelody | dancer | dancing | energetic | mode mixture | Neapolitan | on-screen music | pit orchestra | score to source | source music | syncopation | tango | theater

Star of Midnight (1935)

Midnight in Manhattan (Exotic)0:09:14 - Clay and Donna in the audienceadvance plot | altered dominant | conversing | countermelody | exotic | exotic | leading lady | leading man | mode mixture | on-screen music | score to source | source music | theater

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)

Swing it Sister0:10:50 - Clay talks with JimAABA structure | blackmail | blackmailing | conversing | criminal | detective | establish character | leading man | radio | room | source music | threatening | upbeat

Star of Midnight (1935)

Pop Goes the Weasel0:29:44 - Detective sitsadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | detective | inspector | leading man | music box | room | source music

Star of Midnight (1935)

Pop Goes the Weasel0:33:40 - Clay talks with Timadvance plot | cheerful | conversing | detective | leading man | music box | room | source music | suspect

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)

Westminster Quarters0:53:50 - Clay waitsadvance plot | calm | detective | detective | leading man | source music | street | waiting

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)

Improvisation1:00:53 - Clay plays the pianoadvance plot | detective | leading lady | leading man | piano | playing | room | 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
The Breaking Point (1950)En Mi Canto de Amor0:08:57 - A dock at nightarriving | art song | boat | conversing | docking | establish setting | flirting | floozy | harbor | leading lady | leading man | not by Steiner | sailor | source music | upbeat | working

The Breaking Point (1950)

La Adelita0:09:56 - A Mexican village at nightarriving | bar | bartender | conversing | establish setting | folk music | leading man | musician | on-screen music | performing | sailor | salesperson | selling | source music | street | upbeat | working

The Breaking Point (1950)

Carmen, Carmela0:11:11 - Harry talks to Duncan in a barbar | conversing | criminal | establish setting | floozy | folk music | gambling | leading lady | leading man | musician | on-screen music | performing | pleasant | sailor | serenading | singing | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

La Golondrina0:12:21 - Harry sits down with Leona in the baradvance plot | bar | calm | conversing | fisherman | flirting | floozy | folk music | leading lady | leading man | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

Mi Mariposa0:15:21 - Harry talks to the bartenderadvance plot | arguing | art song | bar | bartender | calm | conversing | leading man | on-screen music | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

Eres Mujer0:15:56 - Harry talks to Duncanadvance plot | bar | calm | conversing | criminal | leading man | on-screen music | performing | sailor | source music | tango | whispering

The Breaking Point (1950)

En Mi Canto de Amor0:21:43 - Harry talks to Duncanadvance plot | bar | conversing | criminal | leading man | planning | pleasant | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

Make Love With a Guitar0:33:28 - Harry arrives homeadvance plot | arriving | calm | child | conversing | leading man | musician | neighbor | on-screen music | room | sailor | source music | street | wife | yard

The Breaking Point (1950)

Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone0:39:07 - Harry arrives at a baradvance plot | bar | bartender | criminal | dancing | floozy | jukebox | leading lady | leading man | on-screen music | sailor | singing | source music | upbeat

The Breaking Point (1950)

Ask Me No Questions0:40:46 - Harry talks to Duncanadvance plot | arguing | bar | bartender | conversing | criminal | floozy | jukebox | leading lady | leading man | mellow | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

On an Ordinary Morning0:43:33 - Leona and Harry sit together in a baradvance plot | bar | conversing | floozy | jukebox | leading lady | leading man | mellow | sailor | source music | wife

The Breaking Point (1950)

Make Love With a Guitar0:46:27 - Harry and his wife come homeadvance plot | calm | child | conversing | drunk | leading lady | leading man | neighbor | on-screen music | sailor | source music | street | walking | wife

The Breaking Point (1950)

Humming0:54:33 - Wesley and Harry work on the boatarriving | calm | criminal | friend | harbor | humming | leading man | on-screen music | sailor | source music | transition | walking | working

The Breaking Point (1950)

I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan1:00:26 - Harry in a restaurantadvance plot | bartender | conversing | floozy | leading lady | leading man | mellow | restaurant | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

You Missed the Boat1:02:56 - Duncan talks to Harry in the restaurantadvance plot | conversing | criminal | floozy | leading lady | leading man | mellow | restaurant | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

Don’t Take Your Love From Me1:05:42 - Harry arrives at Leona's apartmentadvance plot | conversing | floozy | leading lady | leading man | mellow | room | sailor | source music

The Breaking Point (1950)

First Call1:15:04 - Sign for a horse racecrowd | horse | race track | source music | transition | upbeat