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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Rosemary’s Baby script and the OWC is coming up - posted by Don

Thanks to “Vern” for the heads up on this one. Over on Horror Lair, thanks to “Anonymous P” you can read Roman Polanski’s final draft script of Rosemary’s Baby which is based on the novel of the same name by Ira Levin. It centers on Rosemary Woodhouse, a young mother-to-be, who begins to suspect her elderly neighbors are not the kindly souls they appear to be. She soon discovers they are the leaders of a coven of witches and her husband, a struggling actor, allowed the devil to impregnate her in exchange for a successful career, but she is unable to convince anyone to believe her. She is eventually informed that she is the mother of the long-awaited anti-christ. You can check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

Just a heads up. Tomorrow at 11:59 pm eastern daylight time the genre and topic for the October, 2007 One Week Challenge will be announced. What is the One Week Challenge? The One Week Challenge is an exercise wherein you, the writer, have one week to write a short script based upon the genre and theme announced. It costs nothing to enter because it isn’t a contest and there are no prizes other than that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you meet the challenge. One script will be selected to be audio performed by the fine folks at iScript.com. You can hear the last OWC selectee’s script, Bull Creek to give you an idea what iScript.com can do for your script. – Don

2 Comments so far

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Jon Davison
April 5th, 2011 at 1:14 pm

I would like to own Rosemary’s Baby Script

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Dcast
September 17th, 2012 at 10:47 pm

I have an original script (typewritten) from Rosemarys baby. I was thinking of selling.

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