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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Teleplays – Mumbai Calling and Merlin - posted by Don

Thanks to Russell for the heads up on BBC Writer’s Room’s latest addition to the ‘net. Read Excalibur, episode nine from the BBC Series Merlin.

Thanks to Karin and DailyScript read the teleplay to the first two episodes of Mumbai Calling. Kenny, a British-born Indian, is transferred to Mumbai to work in an Indian call center. Hilarity ensues. Check out ITV for more info on the sitcom.

Check ’em out on the TV Scripts page. – Don

Monday, June 8, 2009

Wild Bunch - posted by Don

Thanks again to Russell and Scribd you can read The Wild Bunch – February 12, 1968 revised draft script by Walon Green & Sam Peckinpah (Story by Roy Sickner) – hosted by: Scribd.com – in pdf format

Outlaws on the Mexican-U.S. frontier face the march of progress, the Mexican army and a gang of bounty hunters led by a former member while they plan a robbery of a U.S. army train. No one is innocent in this gritty tale of of desperation against changing times. Pump shotguns, machine guns and automobiles mix with horses and winchesters in this ultraviolent western.

Information courtesy of imdb.com

And there is more stuff on the Movie Scripts page.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

The Miracle Worker and Petulia scripts - posted by Don

Thanks Russell for the heads up on these two classics on Scribd. We have the 1962 version of The Miracle Worker and Petulia.

Check them out on the Movie Scripts. – Don

ScriptGirl sales report for week ending June 5th - posted by Don

Remake of Short Circuit, remake of Total Recall, Someone’s kid gets Kidnapped and a Where’s Waldo movie.

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

Friday, June 5, 2009

Downfall – Pride in the Seven Deadly Sins series - posted by Don

Seven Deadly Sins: Pride – Downfall by Shawn Davis (ledbetter) (pdf format)

Pride comes in many forms. But it can be the little things that are hard to get your hands around. Jamie finds out the hard way that ta-kill-ya and a flock of sea gulls can only add up to one thing. The fall.

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Invidia – Envy in the Seven Deadly Sins series - posted by Don

Seven Deadly Sins: Envy – Invidia by P.C. (me) – hosted by: Swamp Tales – in (pdf format)

The most insidious of the seven deadly sins, envy is the sin no one wants to admit to. Some are willing to do anything to get what others have while others are willing to do anything to not lose what they already have. 17 pages

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David Carradine – RIP - posted by Don

Actor David Carradine, star of the 1970s TV series “Kung Fu” who also had a wide-ranging career in the movies, has been found dead in the Thai capital, Bangkok. A news report said he was found hanged in his hotel room and was believed to have committed suicide.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Four Leather Balls – Anger in the Seven Deadly Sins series - posted by Don

Seven Deadly Sins: Anger – Four Leather Balls by Michel J. Duthin (pdf format)

A boxer has to fight his greatest challenger to keep his girl: his own anger. 16 pages

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