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It's not much of a cue sheet -- and it relies somewhat on the fact that the audience will connect the music of "Pinkerton Detective Moon" with its title, which is (to put it mildly) not a given these days. It's also not very detailed -- It has only 18 cues, one of which lasts 7.5 minutes, which may be a record. Mont Alto's score uses 27 cues for Sherlock Jr., not counting the whole entering-the-movie thing, where I like to change the music along with the background, so in our score that cue gets 8 pieces of music. The cue sheet uses one piece for that sequence, though "Creepy Creeps" by Borch is an excellent choice if you're going to use just one.
The size of the image is pretty large since I've only got a lousy copy and want you to have a chance of reading what it says, so I've linked it rather than placing it. Have fun...