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Borowitz Crime-Related Sheet Music Collection

Borowitz Collection: Crime-Related Sheet Music, 1878-1985

Finding Aid

Prepared by Dyani Scheuerman and Cara Gilgenbach, January-August 2003
3 document cases, 2 flat oversize boxes, 2 cubic feet, 11th floor


Scope and Content

This collection contains sheet music related to crime. Included are works from films, books, TV shows, and theatrical productions based on true crime or with criminal characters. Also included are songs based on true crime incidents, songs that include crime metaphors and songs about prisoners, police officers, and particular crimes such as gambling. Popular characters such as Sherlock Holmes and James Bond are also present. All materials were donated by Albert and Helen Borowitz. A much larger general sheet music collection is inventoried separately.


Statement of Arrangement

Series:


Material is in Modern Format, unless Large Format is indicated. While sheet music is listed alphabetically within each series, Large Format material is housed separately in oversize boxes.

Box 1 and Oversize

Arbuckle, "Fatty" [tried for rape-homicide]

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  1. OH HELEN! Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 8687-2. New York: 1918. 2 pp. Cover text: A comedy stuttering song. Dedicated to Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Paramount star. Sung successfully by Henry Lewis. Yours for fun, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.
  2. SIPPING CIDER THRU' A STRAW (THIPPING THIDER THRU' A THTRAW). Lee David and Carey Morgan (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & CO., 8778-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover text: A comedy "lisping" song. Ties the tongue but loosens the laugh. Dedicated to "Fatty" Arbuckle, the famous Paramount comedian.

Bond, James

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  1. GOLDFINGER. Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley (w) -- John Barry (m). Unart Music Corporation, New York: 1964. 2 pp. Cover text: Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman present Sean Connery as Agent 007 in Ian Fleming's Goldfinger.
  2. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. Carole Bayer Sager (w) -- Marvin Hamlisch (m). United Artists Music Publishing Group, 3101-3. Los Angeles: 1977. 3 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Carly Simon. Albert R. Broccoli presents Roger Moore in Ian Fleming's James Bond 007, The Spy Who Loved Me.
  3. WE HAVE ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD. Hal David (w) -- John Barry (m). United Artists Music Co., 587-2. New York: 1969. 2 pp. Cover text: Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman present James Bond 007 in Ian Fleming's On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

Bonnie and Clyde

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  1. THE BALLAD OF BONNIE AND CLYDE. Mitch Murray and Peter Callander (w & m). Peer International Corporation, New York: 1967. 3 pp.
  2. BONNIE AND CLYDE. Charles Strouse (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, TMK-22151-3. International copyright: 1967. 3 pp. Cover text: Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway. [From film]

Books and Literature (with crime connections)

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  1. DANGEROUS DAN MCGREW. Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer (w & m). Lombardo Music, Inc., LM14-3. New York: 1949. 3 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra on Decca Records. Adapted from the poem by Robert W. Service.
  2. DANGEROUS DAN MCGREW. Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer (w & m). Lombardo Music, Inc., LM14-3. New York: 1949. 3 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra on Decca Records.
  3. THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE [John Law stock swindle]. Chauncey Haines (w & m). The Whitney-Warner Pub. Co., Detroit: 1902. 4 pp. [Based on The Mississippi Bubble by Emerson Hough]
  4. PIRATE SONG. Alice C. Hyde (w) -- Henry F. Gilbert (m). Wa-Wan Press, Newton Center, MA: 1902. 4 pp. Words adapted from Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. [LARGE FORMAT]
  5. ROB ROY (I Will Not Go, Bid the Justice Farewell Man!, I Never Gang to the Yill Hoose, Conscience! It's Impossible!, What Shedding Each Others Blude?, She'll Fight for Baillie Sharvie, What Seek Ye Here?, Taken! - Taken Captive!, It Is Long Since We Have Met!, Come - Off With Your Bumper, Then Traitor - Die in Your Treason, Farewell - Forget Not the McGregor). N.B. Challoner (m). Leoni Lee, London. 9 pp. Cover text: A Divertimento for the Piano Forte, Arranged upon appropriate & characteristic Scottish & other melodies. Each No. is embellished with Pictorial Illustrations from the Novels - & is complete in itself. [LARGE FORMAT]

Broadway [gangster movie musical, based on George Abbott play]

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  1. BROADWAY and SING A LITTLE LOVE SONG. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell, and Archie Gottler (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Carl Laemmle's stupendous talking and singing picture Broadway.
  2. HITTIN' THE CEILING and HOT-FOOTIN' IT. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell, and Archie Gottler (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Signed by George Abbott, co-author of original Broadway play.
  3. SING A LITTLE LOVE SONG. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell, and Archie Gottler (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.

Charade [crime film]

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  1. CHARADE. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Henry Mancini (m). Southdale Music Corp. & Northern Music Corp., New York: 1963. 3 pp. Cover text: Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. Charade, a Universal release.
  2. CHARADE (PIANO SOLO). Henry Mancini (m). Southdale Music Corp. & Northern Music Corp., New York: 1963. 4 pp.

Crime Metaphors

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  1. HELD FOR QUESTIONING. Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye (w & m). Larry Taylor Music Corp., New York: 1956. 2 pp.
  2. THE HOODLUM. Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (w) -- Harry Ruby (m). Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 987-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to Mary Pickford in The Hoodlum, her second picture from her own studios, a First National Attraction.
  3. THE SCENE OF THE CRIME. Al Stillman (w) -- Robert Allen (m). Korwin Music, Inc., New York: 1958. 2 pp.
  4. THE VERDICT IS - LIFE (WITH YOU). Andy Razaf (w) -- Len Joy (m). Triangle Music Pub. Co., Inc., New York: 1930. 3 pp.
  5. WANTED. Jack Fulton and Lois Steele (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 21102-2. New York: 1954. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Perry Como.

Drinking/Prohibition

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  1. AT THE PROHIBITION BALL. Alex Gerber (w) -- Abner Silver (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15965-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  2. DON'T SHOOT THE BARTENDER (HE'S HALF SHOT NOW). Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster, and Manny (Smitty) Smith (w & m). Windsor Music Corporation, New York: 1946. 2 pp.
  3. HOW ARE YOU GOING TO WET YOUR WHISTLE (WHEN THE WHOLE DARN WORLD GOES DRY?) Francis Byrne, Frank McIntyre, and Percy Wenrich (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 4141-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  4. HOW ARE YOU GOING TO WET YOUR WHISTLE (WHEN THE WHOLE DARN WORLD GOES DRY?) Francis Byrne, Frank McIntyre, and Percy Wenrich (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 4141-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  5. IT'S THE SMART LITTLE FELLER WHO STOCKED UP HIS CELLAR THAT'S GETTING THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. Grant Clarke (w) -- Milton Ager (m). Leo Feist Inc., 4452-2. New York: 1920. 2 pp.
  6. SPEAK EASY. Owen Murphy and Robert A. Simon (w) -- Lewis E. Gensler (m). Harms Incorporated, 8643-6. New York: 1931. 6 pp. Cover text: From the musical comedy The Gang's All Here
  7. WHOA JANUARY (YOU'RE GOING TO BE WORSE THAN JULY). Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., New York: 1919. 2 pp.

Films, Miscellaneous (with crime connections)

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  1. AGAIN. Dorcas Cochran (w) -- Lional Newman (m). Robbins Music Corporation, 3370-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover text: Ida Lupino, Cornel Wilde, Celeste Holm, Richard Widmark in Road House. [film noir].
  2. ALWAYS THE SAME, SWEET PAL. Charles Weinberg and Billy Stone (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Music Publishers, New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the motion picture production The Cop starring William Boyd.
  3. ANASTASIA. Paul Francis Webster (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 8023-3. New York: 1956. 3 pp. Cover text: 20th Century-Fox presents Ingrid Bergman, Yul Brynner, Helen Hayes. Anastasia.
  4. THE BANDIT. John Turner and Michael Carr (w) -- Alfredo Ricardo do Nascimento (m). Leeds Music Corporation, 1240-2. New York: 1953. 2 pp. Cover text: Theme from the film O Cangaceiro [The bandits of Brazil].
  5. BOW BELLS. Harold Purcell (w) -- Ben Bernard (m). Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd., 4073. London: 1947. 3 pp. Cover text: Paramount presents Dancing With Crime, starring Richard Attenborough by arrangement with the Boulting Brothers, Sheila Sim, Barry K. Barnes. Directed by John Paddy Carstairs. Produced by James Carter.
  6. CA NE SERT A RIEN and BALLADE POUR UN TUEUR. Paul Misraki (m). Editions Imperia, 313. Paris: 1957. 4 pp. Cover text: Des 2 derniers succes de Paul Misraki. Du Film Maigret tend un piege, "Ca Na Sert A Rien," blues. Paroles de Andre Hornez et du Film Mefiez-vous Fillettes, "Ballade Pour Un Tueur" [Ballad for a Killer], slow.
  7. CAN'T WE TALK IT OVER? Ned Washington (w) -- Victor Young (m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1931. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Margot Grahame (with Billy Gerhardi's orchestra) in Illegal, an all British Warner Bros. First National Picture (produced at Teddington). [LARGE FORMAT]
  8. THE DESPERATE HOURS. Wilson Stone (w) -- Burt F. Bacharach (m). Paramount Music Corporation, New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount picture The Desperate Hours.
  9. THE FIRST TIME I SAW YOU. Allie Wrubel (w) -- Nathaniel Shilkret (m). Santly Bros. - Joy Inc., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover text: Edward Arnold, Cary Grant, Jack Oakie, Frances Farmer in R.K.O. Radio picture The Toast of New York. [Film based on the murder of Jim Fisk].
  10. FRENCH CONNECTION THEME. Don Ellis (m). Fox Fanfare Music, Inc., T56032a-2-1. New York: 1972. 2 pp. Cover text: From the 20th Century-Fox film The French Connection.
  11. THE GIRL ON THE POLICE GAZETTE. Irving Berlin (w & m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1937. 4 pp. Cover text: Irving Berlin's greatest musical score, On the Avenue. Featuring Dick Powell, Madeline Carroll, Alice Faye, The Ritz Brothers.
  12. GOTTA GET ME SOMEBODY TO LOVE. Allie Wrubel (w & m). Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: From the David O. Selznick production Duel in the Sun starring Jennifer Jones, Gregory Peck, Joseph Cotten.
  13. THE GREAT IMPOSTER. Henry Mancini (m). Southdale Music Corp. and Northern Music Corp., SM-5318. New York: 1960, 1961. 3 pp. Cover text: Tony Curtis as The Great Imposter.
  14. THE HANGMAN. Hal David (w) -- Burt F. Bacharach (m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1954. 3 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount picture The Hangman.
  15. HOW COULD YOU? Al Dubin (w) -- Harry Warren (m). Remick Music Corporation, 2999-4. New York: 1937. 4 pp. Cover text: From the First National production San Quentin with Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan. Directed by Lloyd Bacon.
  16. HUSH ... HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE. Mack David (w) -- Frank De Vol (m). Miller Music Corporation, 1278-2. New York: 1965. 2 pp. Cover text: 20th Century-Fox presents an Associates and Aldrich Company Production starring Bette David, Olivia deHavilland, Joseph Cotten, Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte. [horror film]
  17. I LOVE YOU SO. Ord Hamilton (w & m). Ascherberg, Hopwood, & Crew, Ltd., London: 1935. 2 pp. Cover text: Associated British Film Distributors Limited present Death at Broadcasting House, produced by Phoenix Films. Miss Eve Becke. [LARGE FORMAT]
  18. I SAYS TO MYSELF, SAYS I, SAYS I, THERE'S THE ONE FOR ME. Jack Yellen (w) -- Harry Akst (m). Ager, Yellen, & Bornstein, Inc., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: The theme song in the successful photoplay Bulldog Drummond. [series detective] [LARGE FORMAT]
  19. IT HAD TO BE YOU. Gus Kahn (w) -- Isham Jones (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3112-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: James Cagney, Priscilla Lane. The Roaring Twenties. [crime film]
  20. JACK OF DIAMONDS. Paul Francis Webster (w) -- Ben Oakland (m). Hub Music Company, Hollywood: 1952. 4 pp. Cover text: Twentieth Century-Fox presents Damon Runyon's Bloodhounds of Broadway, starring Mitzi Gaynor and Scott Brady.
  21. JUDY. Jacques Murray (w) -- Pierre Norman (m). De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Theme song of the William Fox picture Romance of the Underworld, featuring Mary Astor.
  22. JUST AN OLD LOVE SONG. Sid Grauman (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Sherman Clay & Co., San Francisco: 1922. 3 pp. Cover text: Theme song in the photo-play Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood.
  23. KISS. Haven Gillespie (w) -- Lionel Newman (m). Miller Music Corporation, 951-2. New York: 1952. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Marilyn Monroe in the 20th Century-Fox Picture Niagara. [film noir]
  24. A KISS TO REMEMBER ME BY. Cosmo Hamilton, Edward F. Breier, and Edward A. Weinstein (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 8934-3. New York: 1920. 3 pp. Cover text: Charles Cherry [and] Francine Larrimore in Scandal.
  25. LEAVE ME ALONE (LE GRISBI). Geoffrey Parsons (w) -- Jean Wiener (m). Imperia Music Co. Ltd., London: 1955. 2 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Lita Roza on Decca F.10427. From the film Cast a Dark Shadow, a Daniel M. Angel Production. Presenting Dirk Bogarde, Margaret Lockwood, Kathleen Harrison, Kay Walsh. [crime film]
  26. LISA. Harold Rome (w) -- Franz Waxman (m). Paramount Music Corporation, New York: 1954. 2 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Rear Window. [Alfred Hitchcock film]
  27. LOVE STEALS YOUR HEART. Alan Stranks (w) -- Hans May (m). Chappell, 37942. London: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: From the Gainsborough picture The Wicked Lady, starring James Mason, Margaret Lockwood, and Patricia Roc, with Griffith Jones. [period crime film]
  28. LULLABY OF THE BELLS. George Waggner (w) -- Edward Ward (m). Robbins Music Corporation, SH2681-2. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Phantom of the Opera. Starring Nelson Eddy.
  29. THE MAN FROM LARAMIE. Ned Washington (w) -- Lester Lee (m). Columbia Pictures Music Corporation, New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: From The Man From Laramie, a Wm. Goetz Production, released thru Columbia Pictures. [Western film]
  30. MY SUPPRESSED DESIRE. Ned Miller (w) -- Chester Cohn (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 6140-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: As featured in Gang War, the F.B.O. Dialogue photoplay starring Olive Boren and Jack Pickford, directed by Bert Glennon.
  31. THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES. Buddy Bernier (w) -- Jerry Brainin (m). Paramount Music Corporation, New York: 1948. 3 pp. Cover text: Night Has a Thousand Eyes, a Paramount Picture starring Edward G. Robinson, Gail Russell, John Lund. [crime film]
  32. NOW AND FOREVER. Al Stillman (w) -- Jan Savitt (adaptation from Tschaikovsky's Sixth Symphony). Robbins Music Corporation, SH2310-3. New York: 1943. 3 pp. Cover text: Theme melody featured in the Howard Hughes production of The Outlaw, Jane Russell. [Billy the Kid]
  33. NOW AT LAST. George Waggner (w) -- Edward Ward (m). Robbins Music Corporation, SH2916-4. New York: 1945. 4 pp. Cover text: Susanna Foster, Turhan Ray, Boris Karloff in The Climax. [crime film]
  34. ONE TIN SOLDIER (THE LEGEND OF BILLY JACK). Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter (w & m). Cents and Pence Musique Co., Studio City, CA: 1969. 3 pp. Cover text: As recorded by Coven in the motion picture Billy Jack. You've got due process, Mother's Day, supermarkets, air conditioning, the FBI, Medicare, AT&T, a 2-car garage, Congress, country clubs, state troopers, the Constitution, color television, and democracy. They've got Billy Jack. Starring Tom Laughlin, Delores Taylor.
  35. THE ORIENT EXPRESS. Richard Rodney Bennett (m). EMI Film & Theatre Music Ltd., New York: 1975. 2 pp. Cover text: Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express.
  36. PARIS BY NIGHT (RIFIFI). Jacques La Rue and M. Phillipe-Gerard (w & m) -- Jack Fishman (English adaptation). Dash Music Co., Ltd., DB146. London: 1954. 2 pp. Cover text: Miracle Films present Rififi starring Jean Servais, Magali Noel. [French underworld film]
  37. ROCK AROUND THE ROCK PILE. Bobby Troup (w & m). Robbins Music Corporation, SH4079-2. New York: 1956. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung in the 20th Century-Fox CinemaScope production The Girl Can't Help It. [prison film]
  38. A SHOT IN THE DARK. Henry Mancini (m). Twin-Chris Music Corp., Hollywood: 1964. 2 pp. Cover text: The Mirisch Corporation presents a Blake Edwards production. Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer. A Shot in the Dark. [crime comedy]
  39. SMOKE DREAMS. Arthur Freed (w) -- Nacio Herb Brown (m). Robbins Music Corporation, SH1485-3. New York: 1936. 3 pp. Cover text: William Powell, Myrna Loy in After the Thin Man.
  40. STRANGE LOVE. Edward Heyman (w) -- Miklos Rozsa (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1941. 2 pp. Cover text: Barbara Stanwyck, Van Heflin, Lizabeth Scott in Hal Wallis' production The Strange Love of Martha Ivers with Kirk Douglas. [crime film]
  41. STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT. Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder (w) -- Bert Kaempfert (m). Champion Music Corporation and Roosevelt Music Co. Inc., 13273-001. New York: 1966. 3 pp. Cover text: As recorded by Frank Sinatra on Reprise Records, a theme from the Universal picture A Man Could Get Killed.
  42. TELL ME WHY YOU SMILE, MONA LISA? (WARUM LAECHELST DU, MONA LISA?) and JUST A CORPORAL (DU DUMMER KLEINER KORPORAL). Walter Reisch (w); Raymond B. Egan (English translation) -- Robert Stolz (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 6596-3. New York: 1931. 6 pp. Cover text: From the Super Production Der Rab der Mona Lisa (The Theft of the Mona Lisa).
  43. THEME FROM CHINATOWN. Jerry Goldsmith (m). Ensign Music Corporation, F52014a-2-2. New York: 1974. 2 pp. Cover text: A Robert Evans production of a Roman Polanski Film. Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway. [crime film]
  44. THEME FROM THE MOLLY MAGUIRES. Henry Mancini (m). Famous Music Corporation and Northridge Music, Inc., F510803a-1. New York: 1970. 2 pp. Cover text: Paramount Pictures Presents Sean Connery, Richard Harris, Samantha Eggar in The Molly Maguires [violent labor activists].
  45. A THIEF IN PARADISE. Bartley Costello (w) -- Alfred Solman (m). Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York: 1925. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured in connection with the Goldwyn-Fitzmaurice Production A Thief in Paradise, a First National Picture with Doris Kenyon, Ronald Colman, & Aileen Pringle.
  46. THE TIN STAR. Jack Brooks (w) -- Elmer Bernstein (m). Paramount Music Corporation, New York: 1957. 3 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture The Tin Star. [Western film]
  47. THE TREASURE OF SIERRA MADRE. Buddy Kaye (w), Dick Manning (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3444-2. New York: 1947. 2 pp. [Western film]
  48. THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY. Floyd Huddleston and Herbert Eiseman (w) -- Mark McIntyre (m). Frank Music Corp., F169-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount Picture: Alfred Hitchcock's The Trouble With Harry starring Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe and Introducing Shirley MacLaine.
  49. VERTIGO. Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (w & m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1958. 3 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount picture Vertigo.
  50. WAIT UNTIL DARK. Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (w) -- Henry Mancini (m). M. Whitmark & Sons & Northridge Music, Inc., TMK-4517-2. International copyright: 1967. 2 pp. Cover text: From the Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Picture Wait Until Dark. Audry Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna.
  51. THE WAY THAT I LIVE. Norman Newell (w) -- Riz Ortolani (m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1958. 3 pp. Cover text: Paramount Pictures presents a Joseph Shaftel production starring Shirley MacLaine, Richard Attenborough, James Booth in The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom. [fact-based crime film, the "Man in the Attic" case]
  52. WEDNESDAY'S CHILD. John Barry and Mack David (w & m). Miller Music Corporation, 1406-2. New York: 1967. 2 pp. Cover text: 20th Century-Fox presents George Segal, Alec Guinness, Max Von Sydow, [and] Senta Berger in Ivan Foxwell's production of The Quiller Memorandum. [thriller]
  53. WHATEVER WILL BE, WILL BE (QUE SERA, SERA). Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (w & m). Artists Music, Inc., New York: 1955. 2 pp. Cover text: Paramount Presents James Stewart, Doris Day in Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew too Much.
  54. YOU'RE IN LOVE. Herb Newman (w) -- Buddy Bergman (m). Thunderbird Music Co., New York: 1956. 2 pp. Cover text: From the Republic Production Accused of Murder, as recorded on ERA Records by Gogi Grant.
  55. ZUDORA. J.R. Shannon (w & m). F.J.A. Forster Music Publisher, Chicago: 1914. 3 pp. Cover text: The famous song created for Thanhouser's greatest photoplay Zudora. Marguerite Snow as the mystic girl detective Zudora. [LARGE FORMAT]

Box 2 and Oversize

Gambling

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  1. THE GAMBLER'S WIFE. Dr. Coates (w) -- Henry Rufsell (m). Atwill, New York. 15 pp. Cover text: A descriptive ballad ... Dedicated to Dr. Washington. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. LOADED PISTOL AND LOADED DICE. Johnny Lange (w) -- Hy Heath (m). Capitol Songs, Inc., New York: 1947. 2 pp. Cover text: As recorded by Phil Harris on Victor Records.
  3. THE MIRACLE SYSTEM. Pittsburg Phil II (w) -- A Contented Bettor (m). M.P. Walter & Co., Baltimore: 1924. 2 pp. Cover text: Fox trot - in the spotlight of popularity - and, no wonder. To dance this irresistable "hit" - tickles your toes. To play the system - tickles your pocket book. [gambling system]
  4. THE ROVIN' GAMBLER. Nick Manoloff (arr.). Calumet Music Co., Chicago: 1935. 2 pp.
  5. SEVEN OUD. Gus Williams (w) -- J.P. Webster (m). J.L. Peters, 7164-3. New York: 1872. 3 pp. Cover text: To Fred Williams, Boston Museum. Written and sung by Gus Williams, the American Star Comique. [LARGE FORMAT]

Gangsters

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  1. THE GANGSTERS WARNING. Gene Autry (w & m). Calumet Music Co., 468. Chicago: 1932. 2 pp. Cover text: Al Handler, the request king of the air.
  2. THE GANGSTERS WARNING. Gene Autry (w & m). Calumet Music Co., 468. Chicago: 1932. 2 pp. Cover text: Curt Poulton, "Me and My Guitar," NBC - WSW, Nashville, Tenn.
  3. O MAFIUSO. Renato Carosone (w & m). Edizioni Musicali Edir, 134. Milan: 1958. 2 pp.
  4. THE NIGHT CHICAGO DIED. Peter Callander (w) -- Mitch Murray (m). Murray-Callander Music, Inc., 1783-5. Los Angeles: 1974. 5 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Paper Lace on Mercury Records.
  5. ONLY A GANGSTER'S SWEETHEART. Will E. Haines and Maurice Beresford (w & m). Jetnah Publishing Co., San Francisco: 1931. 3 pp.

The Girl and the Bandit

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  1. SWEET LITTLE CARABOO. Ed. Laska (w) - Thos. Kelly (m). Shapiro, Remick and Co., New York: 1904. 3 pp. Cover text: Musical gems of Frank L. Perley's romantic-comic-opera The Girl and the Bandit. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. THE TALE OF THE SNOW FLAKE. W.L. Titus (w) -- Florence McPherran (m). Sterling Music Co., Chicago: 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Viola Gillette. Musical gems of the Frank L. Perley Opera Co. The Girl and the Bandit staged by Frank Smithson. [LARGE FORMAT]

The Godfather

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  1. LOVE THEME FROM THE GODFATHER. Nino Rota (m). Famous Music Corporation, F51904a-2-2. New York: 1972. 2 pp. Cover text: Paramount Pictures presents The Godfather, an Albert S. Ruddy production.
  2. THEME FROM GODFATHER II. Nino Rota (m) -- John Brinhall (arr.). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1974. 3 pp. Cover text: Paramount Pictures presents Francis Ford Coppola's production The Godfather Part II.

Holmes, Sherlock

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  1. EIN DEUTSCHER SHERLOCK HOLMES. Hermann Moebius (w) -- Adolf Spahn (m). Franz Dietrich, 1204. Leipzig. 8 pp. [Includes script to play as well as music] [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. A MARRIED MAN. Marian Grudegg and Raymond Jessel (m & w). Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 14847-3. New York: 1944. 3 pp. Cover text: Alexander H. Cohen presents Fritz Weaver, Inga Swenson, Martin Gabel. Baker Street, a musical adventure of Sherlock Holmes.

I, Mobster

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  1. GIVE ME LOVE. Jerry Winn (w) -- Edward L. Alperson, Jr. (m). Miller Music Corporation, 1112-3. New York: 1958. 3 pp. Cover text: From the Edward L. Alperson Production I, Mobster released by 20th Century-Fox.
  2. LOST, LONELY, AND LOOKING FOR LOVE. Jerry Winn (w) -- Edward L. Alperson (m). Miller Music Corporation, 1113-3. New York: 1958. 3 pp.

I Was an American Spy

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  1. BECAUSE OF YOU. Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson (w & m). Broadcast Music Incorporated, New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured in Allied Artists Productions' I Was an American Spy. Recorded by Tony Bennett on Columbia Records.
  2. BECAUSE OF YOU. Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson (w & m). Broadcast Music Incorporated, New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured in Allied Artists Productions' I Was an American Spy. Recorded by Johnny Desmond on Columbia Records.

Little Jessie James [female parody of outlaw Jesse James]

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  1. I LOVE YOU. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5283-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  2. I LOVE YOU! Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5283-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: From L. Lawrence Weber's Musical Farce Little Jesse James
  3. LITTLE JESSIE JAMES. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5284-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  4. MY HOME TOWN IN KANSAS. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5297-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  5. SUCH IS LIFE (IN A LOVE SONG). Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5286-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  6. SUPPOSE I HAD NEVER MET YOU. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5305-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  7. SUPPOSE I HAD NEVER MET YOU. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Harry Archer (m). Leo Feist, Inc., 5305-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

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  1. THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE. Hal David (w) -- Burt F. Bacharach (m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1962. 4 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount picture. James Stewart [and] John Wayne in a John Ford Production, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
  2. THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE. Hal David (w) -- Burt F. Bacharach (m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1962. 4 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount picture The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

Mayerling

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  1. CAB SONG. George Marion, Jr. (w) -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3350-4. New York: 1914. 4 pp. Cover text: Cover text: Jules J. Leventhal & Harry Howard present Marinka. [Based on the suicides at the Mayerling hunting lodge of Archduke Rudolf of Habsburg, Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary, and his mistress Baroness Marie Vetsera.]
  2. MAYERLING. Francis Lai (m). Chappell, 48365. London: 1968. 2 pp. Cover text: From Terence Young's Mayerling. Associated British Picture Corporation Limited presents Omar Sharif, Catherine Deneuve, James Mason, and as the Empress Elizabeth, Ava Gardner.
  3. ONE LAST LOVE SONG. George Marion, Jr. (w) -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3352-4. New York: 1914. 4pp.
  4. ONE TOUCH OF VIENNA. George Marion, Jr. (w) -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3347-3. New York: 1914. 3 pp.
  5. SIGH BY NIGHT. George Marion, Jr. (w) -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3348-4. New York: 1914. 4 pp.
  6. TURN ON THE CHARM. George Marion, Jr. (w) -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Remick Music Corporation, 3349-3. New York: 1914. 3 pp.

Murder at the Vanities [musical in stage and film versions]

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  1. COCKTAILS FOR TWO. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1934. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Earl Carroll's Murder at the Vanities with the most beautiful girls in the world and Carl Brisson, Victor McLaglen, Jack Oakie, Kitty Carlisle and Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra.
  2. DUST IN YOUR EYES. Irving Newman (w) -- Lional Newman (m). Harms Incorporated, 8992-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp. Cover text: From Earl Carroll's Murder at the Vanities, a dramatic mystery comedy by Earl Carroll and Rufus King. With the most beautiful girls in the world.
  3. EBONY RHAPSODY. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1934. 4 pp.
  4. EBONY RHAPSODY. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1934. 4 pp.
  5. LIVE AND LOVE TONIGHT. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1934. 4 pp.
  6. LOVE AND KISSES. Mack David, Al Hoffman, and Fred Phillips (w & m). Harms Incorporated, 9009-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured in Earl Carroll's Murder at the Vanities.
  7. MARAHUANA. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Murder at the Vanities.
  8. ME FOR YOU FOREVER. Edward Heyman (w) -- Richard Myers (m). Harms Incorporated, New York: 1933. 2 pp. 4 copies. Cover text: From Earl Carroll's dramatic mystery comedy Murder at the Vanities.
  9. ME FOR YOU FOREVER. Edward Heyman (w) -- Richard Myers (m). Harms Incorporated, 8971-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp.
  10. SAVAGE SERENADE. Herman Hupfeld (w & m). Harms Incorporated, 8975-5. New York: 1933. 5 pp.
  11. SWEET MADNESS. Ned Washington (w) -- Victor Young (m). Harms Incorporated, 8972-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp.
  12. WEEP NO MORE MY BABY. Edward Heyman (w) -- John W. Green (m). Harms Incporporated, 8973-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp. Cover text:

Notable People (criminals, crime victims)

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  1. BILLY BOY THE KIDNAPPED CHILD. Sam Bullock (w) -- W.E. Krepper (m). Bee Key Music Co., Cleveland: 1909. 3 pp. [Billy Whitlaw, kidnap victim] [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. BILLY BOY THE KIDNAPPED CHILD. Sam Bullock (w) -- W.E. Krepper (m). Bee Key Music Co., Cleveland: 1909. 3 pp. [Billy Whitlaw, kidnap victim] [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. BRING BACK MY BABY GIRL. George Evans (w) -- Charles Robinson (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: A pathetic ballad founded on the kidnapping of Baby Marion Clarke. [LARGE FORMAT]
  4. DR. MUNYON. Vincent Bryan (w) -- E. Ray Goetz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1907. 4 pp. [Dr. Crippen's employer] [LARGE FORMAT]
  5. JUDITH. J. Concone (w & m). G. Schirmer, 16086. New York: 1899. 10 pp. Cover text: Selected French Songs. [Biblical murderess] [LARGE FORMAT]
  6. THE LAURA KEENE WALTZ. Thomas Baker (m). Horace Waters, Boston. 5 pp. Cover text: To Miss Laura Keene. As performed by the orchestra of Laura Keene's Theatre. [Based on the actress who reportedly rushed to help Abraham Lincoln when he was shot at Ford's Theater.] [LARGE FORMAT]
  7. LORD RANDAL. Cyril Scott (arr.). Elkin & Co., 1572. London: 1926. 6 pp. Cover text: British Songs arranged and harmonized by Cyril Scott. [crime ballad]
  8. MACHINE-GUN KELLY. Marc Hoffmann and Jean-Max Riviere (w) -- Olivier Toussaint (m). Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian, 9-352-S. Paris, 1972. 3 pp.
  9. OSCAR WILDE GALOP. Snow (m). 3 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  10. PESTAL. W.H. Bellamy (w) -- C.E. Horn (arr.). Leader & Cock, London. 4 pp. [Based on music written by a Pestal, Russian prisoner condemned to death] [LARGE FORMAT]
  11. RASPUTIN (THAT HIGHFALUTIN LOVIN' MAN). Allie Wrubel and J. Russel Robinson (w & m). Goodman Music Co., New York: 1933. 2 pp.
  12. ROBIN HOOD. Louis Prima and Bob Miketta (w & m). Edwin H. Morris & Company, New York: 1944. 2 pp.
  13. THE VOICES OF MY EARLY HOME. [w?] -- Louis Leo (m). L. Williams, London. 7 pp. Cover text: The Author of the accompanying verses, in the course of his intimacy with the Duc de Reichstadt, had many opportunities of making himself acquainted with the Political & Private principles of the young Prince, who many a time tenderly deplored the lamentable effects of his father's ambition. No son was ever more dutifully attached to a parent than was the young Duc de Reichstadt to the Emperor Napoleon, and, though educated amid the luxuries and intrigues of the Austrian Court, his heart retained all the pristine impressions of his childhood. Had he been destined to succeed Napoleon on the Throne of France, the world would have had to hail a Prince as good as his Father was brave. It was at Vienna that the young Duke first heard the Waltz which now bears his name, but it was not until his departure from thence that the following lines, a true transcript of his feelings, were adapted to his favourite Air. Song, Adapted to The Duc de Reichstadt's Celebrated Waltz. [LARGE FORMAT]

Over the River [prison musical]

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  1. RING TING-A-LING. William Jerome and Grant Clarke (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., New York: 1912. Cover text: Songs introducted in Chas. Dillingham's production Over the River; presenting Eddie Foy. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. WHEN THERE'S NO LIGHT AT ALL. George V. Hobart and H.A. du Souchet (w) -- John L. Golden (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1911. Cover text: Eddie Foy in Over the River. [LARGE FORMAT]

Pirates/Smugglers

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  1. LES BANDITS DE NAPOLI (PI POM PI POM). F. Bonifay and G. Magenta (w & m). Belgo Mondial, 238. Brussells: 1952. 2 pp. Cover text: Creee et enregistree par Annie Cordy, Camille Sauvage, Lily Fayol, Jack Gauthier, Aimable.
  2. BLOW ON! BLOW ON! B.F. Baker (w & m). S. Brainard Sons, Cleveland: 1863. 3 pp. Cover text: The pirate's glee. [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. THE CONTRABANDISTA, A SPANISH SMUGGLERS SONG. D. Cameron Forrester (w) -- Louis Cottell (m). Orpheus Music Publishing Co., 796. London: 1914. 8 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  4. FREEBOOTER SONGS (Minnie Song, The Rebel, Son of Mine, Up in the Saddle). William Wallace (w & m). J.B. Cramer & Co., Ltd., 11129. London: 1899. 20 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  5. THE PIRATE PARROT (CURRI, CURRI SCICCADREDDU!). C. Deani (foreign text) -- Al Stillman (w) -- Alobianco (m). Veronique Publishing Co., Inc., New York: 1955. 2 pp.
  6. SMUGGLER'S BLUES. Glenn Frey and Jack Tempchin (w & m). Red Cloud Music / Night River Publishing, Seacaucus, NJ: 1985. 5 pp.
  7. THEME FROM MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY. Bronislau Kaper (m). Miller Music Corporation, 1210-3. New York: 1962. Cover text: Metro-Goldwyn Mayer presents Marlon Brando as Fletcher Christian, Trevor Howard as Captain Bligh, Richard Harris as John Mills in an Aaron Rosenberg production.

Poison

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  1. CARBALICK ACID RAG. Clarence C. Wiley (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1904. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. POISONS. Douglas Stuart (w) -- Paul Andrew (m). Lareine & Co., Ltd., London: 1928. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. ROUGH ON RATS. W.A. Boston, B.A. (w) -- Jules Juniper (m). E.S. Wells, Jersey City, 1882. 2 pp. [Based on case of Tilly Gburek.] [LARGE FORMAT]

Police Songs

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  1. ASK A P'LICEMAN. E.W. Rogers (w) -- A.E. Durandeau (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1889. 3 pp. Cover text: Comic song. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. CAPTAIN MISHLER. Gus Williams (w) -- J. P. Skelly (m). Written and sung by Gus Williams in his new comedy drama "Captain Mishler." New York: T. B. Harms, 1884. 5 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. THE COP ON THE BEAT, THE MAN IN THE MOON, AND ME. J.P. Murray (w) -- Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman (m). Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers, New York: 1932. 4 pp.
  4. THE COP ON THE BEAT, THE MAN IN THE MOON, AND ME. J.P. Murray (w) -- Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman (m). Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers, New York: 1932. 4 pp.
  5. DOING HIS DUTY-OOTY-OOTY. Harry Dillon (w) -- John Dillon (m). Dillon Bros., New York: 1900. 3 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  6. DUTCH POLICEMAN. Gus. Williams. T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1874. 2 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  7. THE FINEST POLICE IN THE WORLD. Joseph P. Skelly (w & m). E.H. Harding, 458-3. New York: 1875. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Gus. Williams at the Olympic Theatre in the original musical sketch of that name. [LARGE FORMAT]
  8. THE GERMAN POLICEMAN. John De Witt (w & m). Richard A. Saalfield, New York: 1888. 2 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to my friend "Milton Nobles." And sung by the German Policeman in his sucecssful drama of Love and Law. "Call me Ferdinand." Words and music by the well-known and popular Commercial Traveller ... Ex. Vice-President New York State Division. [LARGE FORMAT]
  9. GOOD MORNING! MISTER POLICEMAN. Chas. Graham (w & m). Henry J. Wehman, 108. New York: 1897. 3 pp. Cover text: Author of "My Dad's the Engineer." [LARGE FORMAT]
  10. HE'S MY DAD. Dave Reed Jr. (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1896. 3 pp. Cover text: A pathetic success ... author of "Back Among the Old Folks," "De Leader of Company B," "The Same Old Story Over."
  11. I GOT DETECTIVES ON YOUR TRACK. T. Edwin McGuiness (w) -- Herman Berl (m). Tyro Music Co., New York: 1905. 3 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  12. IS IT WITHIN THE LAW TO SAY I LOVE YOU? Harry I. Robinson (w & m). Will Rossiter, Chicago: 1914. 5p. Cover photo: Ray E. Kumry, Bettie Bush, and Harry I. Robinson. [LARGE FORMAT]
  13. THE LITTLE LOST CHILD. Edw. B. Marks (w) -- Jos. W. Stern (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 551-4. New York: 1894. 4 pp. Cover text: The latest waltz song and chorus. Sung with great success by Lottie Gilson. Don't fear little one, I'll take you home. [LARGE FORMAT]
  14. THE MAN THAT WEARS THE SHIELD. Larry Sylvester Sr. and Jr. (w & m). Larry Sylvester Rye, New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Katherine Sylvester at the Eighteenth Annual Entertainment and Ball of the Honor Legion, Police Department, City of New York.
  15. THE MAN WITH THE NIGHTSTICK AND THE GUN. John J. Nilan (w) -- Joseph Mayer (m). Joseph Mayer, New York: 1914. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  16. THE MIDNIGHT SQUAD. Edward Harrigan (w) -- Dave Braham (m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 12162-3. New York: 1888. 3 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to the Police Department of New York. Songs in Harrigan's local drama Waddy Googan. [LARGE FORMAT]
  17. MY DAD'S A POLICEMAN. Herbert Holcombe (w) -- Dan J. Sullivan (m). Harry Von Tilzer, New York: 1903. 3 pp. Cover photo: Flora Adler. [LARGE FORMAT]
  18. OFFICER KELLY DON'T YOU THINK IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP? Officer E. Steinhaeufel of the St. Louis Police Dept. (w) -- Robert E Miller (m). B.M.S. Pub. Co., St. Louis: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: As sucessfully introduced by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Quartette.
  19. OPERATIC POLICEMAN. Bernard Newman. Reeder & Walsh, 2651. London: 1927. 9 pp. Cover text: A humorous medley. [LARGE FORMAT]
  20. POLICE MARCH. Patrolman Wm. C. Marxshausen (w & m). Bates Music Co., New York: 1920. 4 pp.
  21. POLICE PARADE MARCH. Bert Brown. Konisky Music Co., Troy, NY: 1916. 3 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  22. POLICEMAN "44." W.C. Parker (w) -- Ed. H. Benedict (m). W.C. Parker, New York: 1895. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  23. POLICEMAN McGLUE. Barry Gray (w) -- Frank Palma (m). The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 16217-3. Chicago: 1887. 3 pp. From The Five Latest and Greatest Irish Character Songs. [LARGE FORMAT]
  24. THE POLICEMAN'S DAUGHTER. Chas. F. Weeden (w) -- Herbert Stanley (m). Chicago Music Company, Chicago: 1897. 3 pp. Cover text: ... or "The Question She Asked." [LARGE FORMAT]
  25. THE POLICEMAN'S HOLIDAY. Montague Ewing (m). Phillips & Page, 822. London: 1911. 5 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  26. THE POLICEMAN'S SONG. H. Millard (w & m). Spear & Dehnhoff, 1001. New York: 1883. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung in the parlor operetta Two Can Play at That Game. [LARGE FORMAT]
  27. RUN HOME AND TELL YOUR MOTHER. Irving Berlin (w & m). Ted Snyder Co., New York: 1911. 5pp. Cover text: "Sung by Baby Edna Nickerson The Phenomenal Child Coon Shouter." Cover image: Policeman talking with young lady; inset photograph of Edna Nickerson. [LARGE FORMAT]
  28. RUN HOME AND TELL YOUR MOTHER. Irving Berlin (w & m). Ted Snyder Co., New York: 1911. 5pp. Cover text: "Sung by Baby Edna Nickerson The Phenomenal Child Coon Shouter." Cover image: Policeman talking with young lady; inset photograph of Edna Nickerson. [LARGE FORMAT]
  29. SEND FOR A P'LICEMAN. Fred W. Leigh (w & m). T.B. Harms and Francis, Day, & Hunter, New York: 1909. 3 pp. Cover text: George Lashwood's popular songs ... as sung by the vaudeville Beau Brummel. [LARGE FORMAT]
  30. SERGEANT COP! Wm. H. Lingard. William A Pond & Co., 7102. New York: 1868. 5 pp. Cover text: The great comic song ... or "The Pet of the N.Y. Force." Written & sung by Lingard. [LARGE FORMAT]
  31. SHE'S THE DAUGHTER OF OFFICER PORTER. M.E. Rourke (w) -- Geo. Schleiffarth (m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1896. 3 pp. Cover text: A cyclonic hit. Introduced with unprecedented success by the inimitable comedienne Gertie Gilson. [LARGE FORMAT]
  32. THE SPECIAL POLKA. John Cooper (m). H. Tolkein, London. 5 pp. Cover text: Inscribed to all loyal Special Constables of the Nation by John Cooper, One of the Brotherhood. [LARGE FORMAT]
  33. WHEN I'M ON DUTY. Gus Williams (w) -- J. P. Skelly (m). Written and sung by Gus Williams in his new comedy drama "Captain Mishler." New York: T. B. Harms, 1884. 5 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]

Popular Music (with crime connections)

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  1. BLACK MARIA. Fred Rose (w & m). Paull-Pioneer Music Co., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Successfully featured by Bernie Cummins and his Orchestra.
  2. THE BOSTON BURGLAR. M.J. Fitzpatrick (w & m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9367-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp.
  3. THE BRIGAND COTILLIONS (The Red Coats Are Comin', The Bridgands Bride, Love Ritonella, Buy a Broom, The Drover Boy, Isabella Waltz). J.L. Hewitt, New York. [LARGE FORMAT]
  4. THE CRIME I DIDN'T DO. Gene Autry (w & m). Calumet Music Co., 467. Chicago: 1932. 3 pp. Cover text: Moss and Jones, modern minstrels of the air - NBC.
  5. THE CRIME I DIDN'T DO. Gene Autry (w & m). Calumet Music Co., 467. Chicago: 1932. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Priarie Ramblers over W.L.S., Chicago
  6. ENTREATING. Maud E. Gould (w & m). Maud E. Gould, Ilion, NY: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to the Memory of Miss Grace Brown of South Otselic, NY. [LARGE FORMAT]
  7. GLOOMY SUNDAY. Laszlo Javor (Hungarian words); Sam M. Lewis (English translation) -- Rezso Seress (m). Chappel & Co., Inc., C-576-3. New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: The sensational Hungarian suicide song. [Also included is a review of the composer's life].
  8. GUY FAWKES or AS IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. T. Hudson (w) -- Robt. Guylott (m). Musical Bouquet Office, London. 3 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  9. HANGMAN, HANGMAN. Harvey Enders (w & m). G. Schirmer, Inc., 37581c. New York: 1937. 7 pp.
  10. JUST A GIRL THAT MEN FORGET. Al Dubin, Fred Rath, and Jos. J. Garren (w & m). Jack Mills Inc., New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  11. LAST WALTZ OF A MADMAN. Sinnengen (m). DeLuxe Music Co., New York. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  12. MURDERS. Dick Henty (w & m). Reynolds & Co., 1762. London: 1921. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung also by Mr. Louis Rihll - the song that has made all London laugh. Written, composed, and sung by Dick Henty. Also sung by George Grossmith in "Tonight's the Night." [LARGE FORMAT]
  13. MYSTERY? Howard Johnson (w) -- Joseph A. Cirina (m). Leo Feist Inc., 4431-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.
  14. PARODY ON MARY AND JOHN. W.R. Williams (w & m). Will Rossiter, 2434. Chicago: 1891. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  15. PICK POCKET QUADRILLE. Paul Cuzent (m). C.G. Christman, New York: [ca. 1852]. 5 pp. Cover text: To the Pick Pockets. [LARGE FORMAT]
  16. PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA. By Al Dexter (w & m). Edwin H. Morris & Company, New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Originally introduced by Tiny Hill and his orchestra
  17. THE PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW. Ben Black (w & m). Harms Inc., 30346. New York: 1929. 6 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  18. RING THE BELL, WATCHMAN! Henry Clay Work (w & m). Root & Cady, 431-2. Chicago: 1865. 2 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  19. THE ROBBER'S DREAM. George M. Vickers (w) -- Adam Geibel (m). Hitchcock Publishing Company, New York: 1883. 7 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  20. THE SCENE OF THE CRIME. Al Stillman (w) -- Robert Allen (m). Korwin Music, Inc., New York: 1958. 3 pp.
  21. THE "SHADOW" KNOWS. Leith Stevens, Buddy Feyen, and Irving Miller (w & m). Lewis Music Publishing Company, 167-3. New York: 1938. 3 pp.
  22. SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE. Richard Rodgers (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., 1613-8. New York: 1948. 8 pp.
  23. THREE ON A MATCH. Raymond B. Egan (w) -- Ted Fiorito (m). De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York: 1932. 2 pp. Based on Ivar Kreuger, "match king," who perpetuated the superstition about lighting three cigarettes with one match.
  24. VIENS LEPINE. Leon Hayard [w?]. [No music, only lyrics]
  25. WATER BOY. Avery Robinson (arr.). Winthrop Rogers, Ltd., Boston: 1922. 4 pp. Cover text: As sung by Mr. Roland Hayes. A Negro convict song.
  26. YOU'RE A BEAUTIFUL BROWN-EYED BURGLAR. R.A. Whiting (w) -- Ray Egan (m). Buck and Lowney, St. Louis: 1914. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]

Box 3 and Oversize

Prisons and Prisoners

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  1. BIRMINGHAM JAIL. Dick Teela and Gwyneth Neil (w & m). Calumet Music Co., Chicago: 1935. 3 pp. Cover text: With ukelele chords, guitar chords, and special Hawaiian guitar chorus.
  2. THE BLACK MARIA, O! Edward Harrigan (w) -- Dave Braham (m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 11866. New York: 1887. 3 pp. Cover text: To Commissioner Thomas S. Brennan ... Sung in Edward Harrigan's new play, McNooney's Visit, at Harrigan's New Park Theatre, Broadway and 35th Street, New York. [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. CHAIN GANG. Sol Quasha and Herb Yakus (w & m). George Pincus Music Corp., New York: 1955. 2 pp.
  4. THE CHAIN GANG SONG. Robert E. Massey (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 3 pp.
  5. THE CONVICT AND THE ROSE. Betty Chapin (w) -- R.A. King (m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 3 pp.
  6. DEAR SING SING. Wm. Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro, Burnstein, and Company, New York: 1903. 4 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  7. D'UNE PRISON (FROM A PRISON). Paul Verlaine (w); Henry G. Chapman (English translation) -- Hector Panizza (m). G. Schirmer, 22070. New York: 1911. 5 pp. [LARGE FORMAT]
  8. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES. Johnny Cash (w & m). Hi Lo Music, 2485-2. New York: 1956. 2 pp.
  9. FROM A PRISON CELL. Alexandre Breffort (w); Julian More, David Heneker, and Monty Norman (English adaptation) -- Marguerite Monnot (m). Trafalger Music Ltd., London: 1958. 3 pp.
  10. I DREAMT I WAS PARDONED. Bob Miller (w & m). Mills Music, Inc., New York: 1932. 2 pp.
  11. I'M JUST A BLACK SHEEP. Harry Ainsworth Dawson (w & m). Harry Ainsworth Dawson, Columbus: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: A real prisoner's song ... Harry Ainsworth Dawson, No. 54783 Ohio Penitentiary. Sung with Great Success on the Prisoners' Program "Harry and Roy" over W.A.I.U. Columbus, Ohio.
  12. ISLE DE BLACKWELL. Ed. Harrigan (w) -- Dave Braham (m). Wm. A Pond & Co., 9553. New York: 1878. 3 pp. Cover text: Song and chorus. Sung by Harrigan & Hart in their burlesque of A Celebrated Hard Case.
  13. JAILHOUSE ROCK. Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller (w & m). Carlin Music Corp., London: 1957. 2 pp.
  14. LILLY'S LAMENT (TO CELL 29). Jack Allison, Dorothy Kelly, and Bob Wells (w) -- Loyce Whiteman, Marti Barris, and Bob Wells (m). Marti Music, Hollywood: 1956. 2 pp.
  15. NINETY NINE YEARS (DEAD OR ALIVE). Sid Wayne (w) -- John Benson Brooks (m). Oxford Music Corporation, New York: 1956. 2 pp.
  16. NINETY NINE YEARS (DEAD OR ALIVE). Sid Wayne (w) -- John Benson Brooks (m). Oxford Music Corporation, New York: 1956. 2 pp. Cover text: Recorded and featured by Guy Mitchell.
  17. THE PRISONER'S ROSARY. Clarence Gaskill (w & m). F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., New York: 1930. 3 pp.
  18. THE PRISONER'S SONG. Guy Massey (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., New York: 1924. 3 pp.
  19. THERE MUST BE A BRIGHT TOMORROW (FOR EACH YESTERDAY OF TEARS). Wallace Wysocki (w & m). Olman Music Corporation, New York: 1931. 3 pp. Cover text: Words & music by Prisoner No. 3223 ... Marquette Prison, Marquette, Mich.
  20. THE TIAJUANA JAIL. Denny Thompson (w & m). Falstaff Music Co., Inc., Hollywood: 1959. 2 pp. Cover text: Recorded by the Kingston Trio on Capitol Records.
  21. WON'T YOU PLEASE LET HER GO HOME. Chas. Graham (w & m). William J.A. Lieder, 405-3. New York: 1895. 3 pp. Cover text: Author of "Two Little Girls in Blue," "If Your Papa Was Rich Like Mine," etc. [LARGE FORMAT]

Radio Shows

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  1. CORONATION SCOT. Vivian Ellis (m). Chappell & Co., Ltd., 38814. London: 1928. 2 pp. Cover text: Signature tune of the BBC Paul Temple serial. [crime series]
  2. THEME FROM THE LAST RHAPSODY. Reynell Wreford (m). Ascherberg, Hopwood, & Crew, Ltd., 12229. London: 1953. 6 pp. Cover text: From the radio feature "Music for Murder" in the series "Flint of the Flying Squad"

Run for Cover

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  1. RUN FOR COVER. Jack Brooks (w) -- Howard Jackson (m). Famous Music Corporation., New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Run For Cover.
  2. RUN FOR COVER. Jack Brooks (w) -- Howard Jackson (m). Famous Music Corporation., New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Run For Cover.

Spellbound

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  1. SPELLBOUND. Mack David (w) -- Miklos Rozsa (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., 1394-3. New York: 1945. 3 pp. Cover text: David O. Selznick presents Ingrid Bergman [and] Gregory Pecl in Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound.
  2. SPELLBOUND CONCERTO. Miklos Rozsa (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., New York: 1946. 16 pp. From the Academy Award winning score of the Selznick International picture Spellbound

Spies

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  1. IN SECRET SERVICE I WON HER HEART. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Herbert Spencer (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 836-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Paramount-Artcraft special production entitled In Secret Service starring Robert Warwick.
  2. SECRET AGENT MAN. P.F. Sloane and Steve Barri (w & m). Trousdale Music Publications, Inc., 04596. Beverly Hills: 1965. 3 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Johnny Rivers on Imperial Records.

Television Shows

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  1. DRAGNET. Walter Schumann (m). Alamo Music, Inc., 271. New York: 1953. 2 pp. Cover text: Jack Webb starred as Joe Friday in Dragnet.
  2. HARD TO GET. Jack Segal (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 21180-2. New York: 1955. 2 pp. Cover text: As introducted on the television program Justice, and recorded on RCA label "X" (record #X0137) by Gisele Mackenzie.

Thaw, Evelyn Nesbit

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  1. FALLEN IDOLS. Alfred Bryan and John William Kellette (w) -- Richard A. Whiting (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 794-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover text: Suggested by A Fallen Idol, a screen production of the Fox Film Corporation starring Evelyn Nesbit.
  2. HOW COULD WASHINGTON BE A MARRIED MAN (AND NEVER, NEVER TELL A LIE?). Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Al Piantadosi (m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co., New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover text: As introduced by Evelyn Nesbit [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. LOVE'S PLEADING. Dr. Sidney S. Jacquelin (w & m). William A. Pond and Co., New York: 1905. Music Section Hearst's Boston Sunday American, Sunday, October 14, 1906--pages 5-8. 3 pp. Cover text: Respectfully inscribed to Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit-Thaw. [LARGE FORMAT]
  4. LOVE'S PLEADING. Dr. Sidney S. Jacquelin (w & m). William A. Pond and Co., New York: 1905. Music Section Hearst's Boston Sunday American, Sunday, October 14, 1906--pages 5-8. 3 pp. Cover text: Respectfully inscribed to Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit-Thaw. [LARGE FORMAT]
  5. TOO MUCH JINGER (TRES GINGEMBRE). Manuel Cortez (m). Buck & Lowney, St. Louis: 1913. 2 pp. Cover text: As played by the Parisian Orchestras-Cafe. An European novelty by Manuel Cortez, as played and indorsed by Evelyn Nesbit Thaw's and Jack Clifford's orchestra, Louis Philbrook, director.

Theater

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  1. ADIOS AMOR (FAREWELL, LOVE). Vincent Serrano (w); Augustus Thomas (English version) -- Joseph Dane (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 1941-7. New York: 1899. 7 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Vincent Serrano in Augustus Thomas' play Arizona. A Mexican love song. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. DANSE DES BOUGES LONDONIENS (WHITECHAPEL DANCE). Gustave Goublier (m). A. Joanin, Paris. Includes cover only. From Paris Voyeur. [LARGE FORMAT]
  3. DETECTIVE SONG. Rudolf Shantzer and Carl Lindau (w) -- Henri Bereny (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1911. 4 pp. Cover text: Henry W. Savage's production Little Boy Blue [based on English adaptation by A.E. Thomas and Edward Paulton] [LARGE FORMAT]
  4. THE ENDLESS KISS (VALSE LANGOUREUSE). Hugo Felix (w & m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp. Cover text: From Brady & Wiman's production A Most Immoral Lady starring Alice Brady
  5. FEUDIN' AND FIGHTIN'. Al Dubin and Burton Lane (w) -- Burton Lane (m). Mara-Lane Music Corporation, 1513-5. New York: 1947. 5 pp. [From Laffing Room Only]
  6. THE GHOST BREAKER. Jack Glogau and Sidney Falke (w & m). Will Rossiter, Chicago: 1913. 4 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to the star, Mr. H.B. Warner as "Warren Jarvis" in the successful production The Ghost Breaker, Maurice Campbell, Mgr. [LARGE FORMAT]
  7. HEART O' MINE. Fleta Jan Brown (w) -- Herbert Spencer (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9244-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: Augustus Pitou presents Joseph Regan. The Hold Up Man by Robert Conrad.
  8. I LOVE HER! HOW I LOVE HER! I.R. Planche (w) -- T. Cooke (m). Firth, Hall, & Pond, 629. New York. 6 pp. Cover text: The Admiral Song as sung by Mr. Templeton at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden in the Grand Opera of Gustavus the Third, composed by Huber, adapted to the English stage by T. Cooke, Director of the Music to the Theatres Royal Covent Garden & Drury Lane. [LARGE FORMAT]
  9. I WAS SO YOUNG. I. Caesar and Al. Bryan (w) -- Geo. Gershwin (m). T.B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter, 5748-5. New York: 1919. 5 pp. Cover text: Introduced in the Messrs. Shubert production of Good Morning Judge (two yeras at the Adelphi Theatre, under title of The Boy). Charles and Mollie King. A musical comedy in two acts (founded on Sir Arthur Pinero's farce "The Magistrate") by Fred Thompson, staged by Wybert Stamford.
  10. IF THIS IS GOODBYE. Robert Wright and George Forrest (w & m, based on themes of S. Rachmaninoff). Frank Music Corp., F638-4. New York: 1965. 4 pp. Cover text: Anya the musical musical! ... Based upon "Anastasia" by Marcelle Maurette and Guy Bolton.
  11. MIGHTY LAK' A ROSE. Frank L. Stanton (w) -- Ethelbert Nevin (m). John Church Company, 14075-2. International copyright: 1901. 2 pp. [Whistled by murderer in Night Must Fall]. [LARGE FORMAT]
  12. MR. MULLIGAN AND MR. GARRITY (WHERE THE H--L IS MULLIGAN?) Percy Wensrich (w & m). The Gorilla Corp, International copyright: 1925. 2 pp. Cover text: Inspired by Donald Gallaher and James W. Elliott's presentation of Ralph Spence's thrilling, chilling, killing myster, and dedicated to the famous detectives in The Gorilla.
  13. NIX MY DOLLY PALLS FAKE AWAY. G. Herbert Rodwell (m). D'Almaine & Co., London. Includes cover page only. Cover text: Sung by Mrs. Keely & P. Bedford in the popular romance of Jack Sheppard at the Theatre Royal Adelphi.
  14. ONCE UPON A TIME. A.M. Willner and R. Bodanzky (w); Frederick F. Schrader (English translation) -- Felix Albini (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1908. 4 pp. Cover text: F.C. Whitney's production of Baron Trenck the Pandour, a comic opera in three acts. [Pandour is Franz Trenck, accused of brutality as an 18th century calvary officer. His more famous cousin, Friedrich, is known as a prison escapee.] [LARGE FORMAT]
  15. PINKERTON DETECTIVE MOON. Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day, & Hunter, New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover text: Introduced in Lew Fields production The Sun Dodgers. [LARGE FORMAT]
  16. ROBBERS' MARCH. [w?] -- Frederic Norton (m). Keith Prowse Music Publishing Co. Ltd., 2154. London: 1916. 6 pp. Cover text: From Chu Chin Chow.
  17. THE SPECTRE HUNTERS. F. Von Flotow (w & m). A. Fiot, Phildelphia. 8 pp. Cover text: Duet in the romantic opera Alessandro Stradella. [composer Stradella was murdered by assassins hired by a cuckolded husband of his mistress] [LARGE FORMAT]
  18. WHAT GOOD WOULD THE MOON BE? Langston Hughes (w) -- Kurt Weill (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., 1461-5. New York: 1946. 5 pp. Cover text: Dwight Deere Wiman in association with the Playwrights' Producing Company presents Street Scene. [ends in murder of adulterous wife]

The 3rd Man

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  1. THE 3RD MAN THEME (THE HARRY LIME THEME). Anton Karas (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., 1681-4. New York: 1949. 4 pp. Cover text: From the David O. Selznick - Alexander Korda prize winning motion picture The 3rd Man by Graham Greene, starring Joseph Cotten, Valli, Orson Welles, Trevor Howard. Produced & directed by Carol Reed.
  2. THE CAFE MOZART WALTZ. Anton Karas (m). Chappell & Co., Inc., 1682-6. New York: 1949. 6 pp.

Turpin, Dick

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  1. DICK TURPIN'S RIDE TO YORK. G.F. Pawson (m). F. Pitman Hart & Co. Ltd., London. 6 pp.
  2. HIGHWAYMAN ADVENTURE (Waiting on the Heath, Approach of the Stagecoach, Dance With the Squire's Daughter, The Ride to York). Robert S. Thornton (m). Banks & Son, York: 1932. 11 pp. [Based on Dick Turpin]

Valentine, Jimmy [fictional thief]

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  1. LOOK OUT FOR JIMMY VALENTINE. Edward Madden (w) -- Gus Edwards (m). Gus Edwards Inc., New York: 1910. 4 pp. Cover text: Song successes from Gus Edwards' Song Revue, vaudeville's greatest sensation. A company of 30, mostly girls - all beauties with Gus Edwards, himself. [LARGE FORMAT]
  2. LOVE DREAMS. Mort Harris and Raymond Klages (w) -- William Axt and David Mendoza (m). Robbins Music Corporation, SH518-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Theme song to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer talking picture Alias Jimmy Valentine starring William Haines with Lionel Barrymore, Karl Dane, Leila Hyams.

Western Songs/Wild West

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  1. ALL RIGHT, LOUIE, DROP THE GUN. Ray Carter and Lucile Johnson (w & m). Leo Feist, Inc., 7671-2. New York: 1949. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Arthur Godfrey on Columbia Records.
  2. ALL RIGHT, LOUIE, DROP THE GUN. Ray Carter and Lucile Johnson (w & m). Leo Feist, Inc., 7671-2. New York: 1949. 2 pp.
  3. ARE YOU READY, GYP WATSON? Harold Rome (w & m). Florence Music Company, Inc., 5257-6. New York: 1959. 6 pp. Cover text: David Merrick, in association with Max Brown, presents Destry Rides Again.
  4. BILLY THE KID. June Weybright (arr.) Belwin, 1122-2. Rockville Center, NY: 1956. 2 pp.
  5. THE DAY THAT CURLY BILLY SHOT DOWN CRAZY SAM MAGEE. Allan Clarke (w & m). Intersong Music Ltd., 79-48. London: 1973. 5 pp. Cover text: The Hollies
  6. FOLLOWING THE STARS. Sam H. Stept and Dave Franklin (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp. Cover text: Adolph 35. 3 pp. Cover text: Adolph Zukor presents Clarence E. Mulford's Hop-a-long Cassidy with William Boyd and Jimmy Ellison.
  7. GUNFIGHT AT THE O.K. CORRAL. Ned Washington (w) -- Dimitri Tiomkin (m). Paramount Music Corporation, New York: 1956. 3 pp. Cover text: From the Paramount picture Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
  8. HI-YO, SILVER! Vaugh De Leath and Jack Erickson (w & m). Chappell & Co., C-855-4. New York: 1938. 4 pp.
  9. HIGH NOON (DO NOT FORSAKE ME). Ned Washington (w) -- Dimitri Tiomkin (m). Leo Fesit Inc., 7852-4. New York: 1952. 4 pp. Cover text: Cary Cooper in High Noon.
  10. THE LEGEND OF WYATT EARP. Harold Adamson (w) -- Harry Warren (m). Four Jays Music Co., Beverly Hills: 1955. 2 pp. Cover text: Theme song of the ABC-TV program "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp"
  11. THE MARTINS AND THE COYS THEY WERE RECKLESS MOUNTAIN BOYS. Ted Weems and Al Cameron (w & m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1936. 4 pp. Cover text: The original feud song as introduced and featured by Ted Weems and his orchestra.
  12. RAINDROPS KEEP FALLIN' ON MY HEAD. Hal David (w) -- Burt Bacharach (m). Blue Seas Music, Inc., X52026A-1. New York: 1969. 4 pp. Cover text: 20th Century-Fox presents Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Katharine Ross in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
  13. THE STREETS OF LAREDO. M. Alexander (arr.). Ephram Publications, New York: 1966. 2 pp. Cover text: Cowboy's lament.

Where's Jack? [Jack Sheppard, 18th century thief, prison-breaker]

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  1. THE BALLAD OF JACK SHEPHERD [sic]. Don Black (w) -- Elmer Bernstein (m). Famous Chappell Ltd., 420. New York: 1969. 5 pp. Cover text: Paramount Pictures presents an Oakhurst Production. Tommy Steele, Stanley Baker. Where's Jack?
  2. WHERE'S JACK? Don Black (w) -- Elmer Bernstein (m). Famous Music Corporation, New York: 1964. 3 pp. Cover text: Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, there isn't a lock that Jack can't pick! You'd be surprised what a good lock picker can do to the establishment.
 
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