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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

How to eat Fried Worms unproduced script - posted by Don

Thanks to “Magnet_Breath” and “John” for the heads up on this unproduced version of How to Eat Fried Worms. John August posted his first paid screenwriting gig – adapting Thomas Rockwell’s novel to the screen. John’s version didn’t make it to the big screen. You can get more on the back story on johnaugust.com. Note: this is not the Bob Dolman version that came out this year. Tottle on over to the Movie Scripts page to read more. – Don

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Lon
September 27th, 2006 at 12:02 pm

Ha ha! I remember reading this book back in grade school! That would be the late seventies to you younger whippersnappers. I barely remember the details but I remember enjoying it quite a bit.

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