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Monday, July 28, 2008

Happy Camper and Wanted - posted by Don

Over on the Movie Scripts page we have two different – very different – movie scripts. First up, Daniel “Heathers” Water’s directorial debut, Happy Campers. This is a third draft and comes to us via Daily Script and Donovan. Second up is a December, 2005 unspecified draft of the recently release Wanted. This would be thanks to Josh and PDF Movie Scripts where you’ll find the scripts several other recently released movies. – Don

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farzin youabian
February 20th, 2010 at 6:53 pm

Dear sir Hi my name is farzin youabian,and I.m writer i do write screenplay, and i already saw the movie wanted ,and i think they used a lots of green screen cg3d 2d animations ,and many more program that i dont know about ,and at this time i do have screenplay is based on action pack kung-fu film the dragon never die. it has nice story to it I thank you for your hard work farzin youabian WGAW.

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Farzin Youabian
January 20th, 2014 at 7:15 pm

Hi my name is Farzin Youabian and I am writing new Screenplay called My Country My Love Based on true story coming soon Farzin Youabian Film.

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