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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Sophie the Gelded Space Stallion – Feature Length Space Opera Available For Production! - posted by Don

Sophie the Gelded Space Stallion (432 pages in pdf format) by Don Boose

Born in the high cliffs of the mountains of Kansas, Sophie, our equine hero, is kidnapped by an ancient race of aliens from Xadu. Sophie escapes in her quest to save the universe and if not the universe, perhaps his Mother. 432 pages

In this sprawling, epic and tribumphant space opera, a lot of things happen. There are tense, emotion filled parts where Sophie and Bob are trapped in the bottomless pit:

            SOPHIE
Even if we never escape this
inescapable bottomless pit,
we will still be free.

            BOB
I know.

A lot of cool stuff happens in space:

            SOPHIE
We are in space! This is so
cool! It is much vaster than
I expected.

            BOB
I know.

Production: Moderate. Cast: A midnight grey horse, someone named ‘Bob’. Budget: Medium to High. Locations: space station, open field, bottomless pit.

About the writer: Don Boose has been spinning tales of space opera gold since 1999. He doesn’t believe in second drafts. The words come from somewhere in space, fullly formed and go into his head and through his fingers on to the written page. He is not available for re-writes.

About the reviewer: Don Boose (different Don Boose) writes reviews of space opera screenplay that are equine in nature. He isn’t fat. He is just retaining A LOT of water.

Read Sophie the Gelded Space Stallion

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Steal This Screenplay. You can used or reproduced this script for any purpose, legal or illegal, (we don’t care) including educational purposes without the expressed written permission of the author. This. Film. Must. Get. Made.

4 Comments so far

1.

Steven
April 1st, 2017 at 9:56 am

I’ll rewrite this for you. We’ll make a fortune!

2.

Zack
April 1st, 2017 at 12:10 pm

This went completely over my head at first. Lol

~Zack~

3.

Anthony
April 2nd, 2017 at 4:53 am

Ha Ha

4.

Mark
April 4th, 2017 at 4:21 pm

lol – nice one Don!

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