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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Unproduced, Original scripts for Thursday - posted by Don

Unproduced scripts for Thursday, August 16th

How I Survived by Jasmine Ahmed hosted by How I Survived

(Drama) – Imagine being hopeless, helpless, until someone comes along and changes everything. (pdf – formatting: )

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Sin Once, Sin Twice by Darryl Wilkerson Jr.

(Horror) – The year is “1862″,The Cussmount Plantation,in South Carolina,where a beautiful young woman and her newborn daughter,were killed by her brutal,jealous husband. Now one hundred and thirty seven years later,the undead young women,seeks revenge against the present day “Cussmount “family members,that destroy her life. 109 pages (pdf – formatting: )

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The Ebony Rose by Chris Stokley

(Action, Adventure) – A female sex offender rescues a young girl from a sex ring and plans a vendetta against the leaders of this ring as a way of redeeming herself. 120 pages (pdf – formatting: )

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Quadrant: Pilot Episode by James

(Series, Sci Fi, Fantasy) – The pilot episode of serial drama about conspiracy and fugitives in the future 58 pages (doc – formatting: )

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Why Do I? by Niranjan K (Niranjanbja)

(Short) – A world which has been destroyed for a young girl. Five pages (pdf – formatting: )

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Superhero by David Clatworthy

(Comedy) – An old, married comicbook writer gets the opportunity to become a Superhero.Does he have what it takes, and can his marriage survive? A humerous look at what it takes to be a Superhero – is it something we all want, or are we all Superheroes in our own right? 62 pages (doc – formatting: )

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Making Johnny Normal by James Robinson

(Comedy) – Johnny embarks on his first journey of self discovery, leaving home and the clutches of his overbaring Mother to start university. Johnny arrives in the remote town of Pontypool, he soon finds that idependant living isnt as easy as it seems, as Johnny is emerced into the sex,drugs and on the dole culture. 57 pagse (doc – formatting: )

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Alien Boy by Chad Descoteaux (spiderhead)

(Action, Adventure) – A half-alien sideshow performer learns that revenge is not the answer while his alien father tries desperately to get back to the Earth to see his son. 97 pages (doc – formatting: )

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Bear Creek by Tyler Prichard (twprichard24)

(Series, Drama, Comedy) – The River’s a family of five two boys and a girl, the father is a high school basketball coach that takes a job offer in Bear Creek North Carolina, A small Football Town, can they turn the program around. Go threw the journey as the family adjusts to the feel of a small town after spending their whole lives in Shreveport Louisiana. Josh, Jeremy and Lexi will all face trials as they walk you threw their epic story of Bear Creek. (A spin off of One Tree Hill) 6 pages (doc – formatting: )

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I am Alive by Jon Winkler

(Thriller) – A zombie film about a lonely man with a haunting past is given the chance to make his empty life worth something at the end of humanity. 62 pages (doc – formatting: )

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It’s Been Awhile by Andrew Fischer-Gledhill (TwoAndrew)

(Short, Comedy) – Annie has spent the last ten years self deprecating alone trying to logically deduct with her friends the perfect man for her demographic; a female of a certain age. They logically deduct, an older retired widow would be the perfect man for her. One day at work Annie comes to an open conversation with her boss Betty, this leads Annie to her first date in ten years, with her bosses’ brother. 18 pages (doc – formatting: )

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2 Comments so far

1.

kindness
September 8th, 2012 at 12:18 pm

Your scripts are really nice.I do not think there’s any more to add to that.But in case an actor is needed i would love to be the one.Good job.

2.

Alyssa
December 17th, 2012 at 9:13 pm

Very Good! Would love to be apart if you are looking for an actor.

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