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Monday, July 2, 2012

Unproduced Scripts - posted by Don

Unproduced Scripts for Monday, July 2, 2012

We Won Lotto. Or Did We. (A true story) by Alex Sarris
(Short, Comedy) – This is a true story based on the bizarre events that took place on the night of the Lotto draw. Could this family become millionaires or was it just their fate. 8 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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Room 666 by Avaricx
(Short) – A business man gets the shock of his life, when all he was looking, was to have sex with a prostitute. 5 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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Lemon and Curd by Kellie Franklin
(Short, Animation) – One skunk, one dog and a piccalilli mission. 11 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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Fatty Cat Christmas by A. Julio Correa
(Short, Christmas) – In an homage to the late Dr. Zeuss, “Fatty Cat” helps two children understand the true meaning of christmas (pdf – formatting: )
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Indispensable Company by Niki Haley (Kstorm)
(Short, Thriller) – Jack and Linda lost their only child. Jack wants to help his wife deal with the grief but she isn’t grieving. What she does finds to ease her pain is the unthinkable. 12 pages (pdf – formatting: )
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