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Friday, January 21, 2011

Friday’s Unproduced Scripts - posted by Don

More from the Unproduced Scripts page.

A Frenzy Gathering by Robert Negron

(Sci Fi, Animation) – Two wildlife filmmakers try to help five spotted dolphins rescue a female from the pod of bottlenose dolphins that kidnapped her. 78 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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Cupid’s Assistant by Becca Legassie

(Drama) – She brought love to others even though Cupid didn’t seem to bring love to her. Her little flower shop saw new love, rekindled love, older love, and fought for love. The thirteen day leading up to Valentines Day were always the busiest days of the year and this was no different. Or was it! 119 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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The City, and April by Sean O’Reilly

(Short, Drama) – Johnnie, a man lost in life and suffering (unbeknown to even himself) from memory loss, finds love with April. Of course the discourse of the romance has complications which both must work through. 10 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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The Night Has Gone To The Dogs by Gareth Spark

(Drama) – A washed up rock singer fakes his death and returns to the small town, girlfriend in tow, running from forces that wish to destroy him. He runs into an old friend, from whom he stole the songs that made him famous. The three of them hit the road, hoping to escape the shadows of their destinies. 85 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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Orville by Arthur Gregg LaShelle

(Comedy) – Young English fop, to the Manor born, feels the toe of the family boot, is ejected midst a flurry of unpaid chits, harmful collection threats, sent via stowage to live on a South Pacific island. Is exposed to a jolly dose of ‘clap’ by an island ‘beauty’ during voyage to his new abode, settles down to island life, raises a family, refuses the “all’s well, come home”, stays. 106 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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The Last Woman Taken by Lawrence Clarke (belfast68)

(Thriller) – A dark story of mystery, suspense and murder played out in the picturesque setting of the Lake District. 154 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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