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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Unproduced script mother lode - posted by Don

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page we have 45 original scripts for your reading pleasure. A random pull of them gives us:

Lindell’s Hour Glass – A group of psycho-religious madmen take control of a century old hospital in order to find an ancient biblical relic of immense power. But two terminally ill patients, a street thug and the First Lady of the United States, decide to stop them. 97 pages

Stephen’s Space Man – Ugly George, an emotionless and purpose driven man, loses his job and sets out to shoot the man he feels responsible, Hugh Ross megastar, the new face of Java Junkie coffee shop franchise and the reason George lost his job. 105 pages

Michale’s The Regulator – In the not too distant future, robotics is a billion dollar industry. The nations of the world are dividing themselves into factions, preparing for World War III. A man worth millions of dollars commits suicide in a lonely shack. A young rookie reporter begins an in-depth investigation into the matter. He is thrust into a conspiracy involving much more than himself.

If those don’t do it for you, there are another 42 original scripts to choose from. – Don

1 Comments so far

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ugly george
January 25th, 2009 at 5:54 pm

Yet another Cheap Trick: writing (distinguished) NYC Pickup King Ugly George into a 3rd-rate script abound a failed chain of coffee shops..why, what would Starbucks say about this?

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