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Saturday, June 6, 2009

What Price Hollywood script - posted by Don

Thanks to Marie and Aellea nee~ Classic Movie Scripts read…What Price Hollywood – May 10, 1932 revised final draft script by Adela Rogers St. Johns – hosted by: Aellea – in pdf format

Brown Derby waitress Mary Evans befriends seldom-sober director Max Carey and is soon in the big-time. She hooks eastern millionaire Lonnie Borden but he soon tires of the Hollywood lifestyle and of playing second fiddle to a star. Carey looks on with interest when he can see straight.

That and more on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

1 Comments so far

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Saeed Mohammadzadeh
April 23rd, 2011 at 12:03 am

Hello gentle person
I\d like to know how much is usually paid for a film script
I am a fan of martial arts and have prepared a very nice filmscript which I believe can sell good. It is about a young boy who gets involved in a series of actions which lead to search for the murderer of a great kongfu master who has been killed by a an international gang involved in different illegal activities including their research for finding a lost treasure which was stolen in the second world war and three American detectives sent by the US government to look for the treasure and…
I would like to know what I can do to make money out of my filmscript, where I should refer to sell my filmscript and which film producers may buy my filmscript and at last what is the usual range of the fee paid for such a film script. thanks for your cooperation

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