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Friday, September 4, 2009

The Golden Age of Radio - posted by Don

Generic RadioThanks Marie for the heads up these scripts and transcripts from the Golden Age of Radio. Generic Radio, which is probably the definitive radio script and transcript site on the ‘net, has a vast treasure trove of material. You can read speculative episodes of X Minus One and Tales of Tomorrow as well as creepy tales from Witch’s Tale, Creaking Door and Strange Doctor Weird.

Slink on over to the Golden Age of Radio page and enjoy. – Don

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Poster Sale - posted by Don

AllPosters.com is having a $4.98 poster sale! Ends September 9, 2009


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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

This is the End – OWC scripts 35 to 38 - posted by Don

The One Week ChallengeWriters were given one week to write a 12 page or less Romantic Drama/Comedy (Romantic Dramedy) using This piece of music (graciously provided by Norm of The DrabbleCast).

The “*” in the title of the OWC script indicates that the person who submitted the script has, in the past, read and reviewed at least three scripts in this or previous challenges. If you feel you should have a star, please let me know via email at webmaster (a) simplyscripts.com or discussion board private message. Click the title to go to the discussion board thread, then click the title to read the script.

The Last Four of 35 – 38

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Saved By The Whales by Unpronounceable

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A recently divorced man who plans to commit suicide changes his mind when he reads a poem written on a burger wrapper. 12 pages (pdf format)

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We’re Perfect for Each Other by Here’s your

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – The way two people contact each other is an accident but they find they are right for each other. (pdf format)

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Screwed by Tommy Baltis

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – Tommy screwed up. But is he really screwed? We all make mistakes, but do we really learn from them? Sometimes music can make the difference, when it’s from the heart. (pdf format)

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Four OWC scripts – 31 to 34 - posted by Don

The One Week ChallengeWriters were given one week to write a 12 page or less Romantic Drama/Comedy (Romantic Dramedy) using This piece of music (graciously provided by Norm of The DrabbleCast).

The “*” in the title of the OWC script indicates that the person who submitted the script has, in the past, read and reviewed at least three scripts in this or previous challenges. If you feel you should have a star, please let me know via email at webmaster (a) simplyscripts.com or discussion board private message. Click the title to go to the discussion board thread, then click the title to read the script.

The Next Four of 31 – 34

Chris White by Woodchuck

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – Chris White is frustrated with sex. He just can’t seem to figure out the whole idea of it. Then he meets Charly… (pdf format)

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Piano Tears by Robin “the Newb” Locksley

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A film director has a chance meeting with a woman in airport concourse while she is playing a melody on a deserted piano- both with broken hearts. Without giving him her name, she rushes off to her flight. Against all odds he is obsessed to find her. (pdf format)

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Burning House of Love by Heavy

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) РFirst comes love, then comes marriage. But does there always have to be a wedding? Sonia’s parents seem to think so. (pdf format)

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Declaration of Love by Darn It’s Hot

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – With love at stake, a man desparately races against time to stop a woman from boarding a plane. (pdf format)

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Movie Poet July winners - posted by Don


MoviePoet.com announces the winners of the July 2009 short script competition. The script must end with the following lines:

PARKER
Try to get some sleep.

Taylor smiles as Parker closes the trunk.

“The Obsidian Key Part 4: Hocknot’s Loot” by Micah Ricke ~ First Place
Two siblings fight to escape a goblin bent on retrieving his treasure from the outer-world, and in the process, learn that there’s more to the treasure and their grandmother, than meets the eye.

“Different Strings” by Jon Hill ~ Second Place
A jaded rock star becomes disillusioned with life in the fast lane.

“A Perfect Match” by Sally Meyer ~ Third Place
After a tragic accident, a mother is forced to make a decision that will affect her life forever.

Each month, Movie Poet runs a free online five page screenplay contest. On the first of each month a new contest is announced. During that month, you can enter your script. During the next month, you can read, vote, and comment on all the entries. Finally, during the third month, the results are announced.

Head on over to Movie Poet and give it a go. – Don

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

OWC scripts 26 to 30 - posted by Don

The One Week ChallengeWriters were given one week to write a 12 page or less Romantic Drama/Comedy (Romantic Dramedy) using This piece of music (graciously provided by Norm of The DrabbleCast).

The “*” in the title of the OWC script indicates that the person who submitted the script has, in the past, read and reviewed at least three scripts in this or previous challenges. If you feel you should have a star, please let me know via email at webmaster (a) simplyscripts.com or discussion board private message. Click the title to go to the discussion board thread, then click the title to read the script.

The Next Five of 26 – 30

Too Bad You Did That REMOVED

Autumn Walk by Your Favoriate

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A woman convalescing after a serious illness visits the park every day. There she make friends with a mother and her child, but will she catch the attention of the attractive man she sees passing through each day? {pdf format)

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Rachel’s Song by Where’d you come up with That

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A weekend camping trip turns into a nightmare for one man when his girlfriend is abducted. Can he save her from her captor? And most importantly, does she want to be saved? {pdf format)

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Lazarus Phenomenon by Ghesunteit

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A chance encounter between a man and a woman changes both their lives. {pdf format)

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Please Don’t Change by Procedural Programming

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A boy with anger management issues realises that life isn’t all about him. {pdf format)

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