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May 31, 2005 - Thanks to Scenario Mag we can read this January 2004 draft of the recently released Mon Ange. Check it out on the Non English Scripts page.

May 30, 2005 - Thanks to Daily Script and J.B.M. you can read this draft of Michael Mann's Thief. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

May 26, 2005 - On the Movie Scripts Page check out the 1947 shooting script of Portrait of Jennie and give a thanks to The Daily Script.

May 23, 2005 - On the Unproduced scripts page we have eighteen new or revised scripts for your reading pleasure. Also, updated the Link of the Day for this month.

May 21, 2005 - Well, since everyone is talking about Revenge of the Sith, I may as well jump on the band wagon. Read a review of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith by our own American SyCo.

In to plays? We have three new plays on the Plays page by Colorado Tolston.

May 19, 2005 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to Dennis and The Daily Script we can read this shooting draft of James L. Brooks' I'll Do Anything.

May 18, 2005 - As many of you may have known, I've had some serious server problems since Saturday the 14th. So, if you have submitted a script, could I trouble you to resubmit at Submit Your Script. As of now (Wednesday) the script upload is working. Apologies for the inconvenience.

May 15, 2005 - Well, I'm glad to see you. Been having some problems with the server this weekend. So, if you are reading this, I guess that means the problem has been fixed. Well, on to the show...

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have fifteen scripts for your reading pleasure. We have a little horror and some episodes of your favorite scripts series.

May 13, 2005 - Point of order. The "original" Leon of Leon's Script Collection isn't back, yet. An "other" Leon copied the "original" Leon's script collection and started updating the site with the Batman Year One script and proposal. Everybody clear, now?

May 11, 2005 - Thanks to "J.B.M." and Dailyscript read this draft of Insomnia. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.

May 10, 2005 - Thanks to the mysterious M for the heads up on these classics from the Golden Age of Radio. On the Tube and Wireless read radio scripts from "Escape" and "Suspense". On Quietly Yours read the lastest available from "Quiet, Please". And, on Generic Radio read the radio versions of those classic movies (that came later) like "The Thin Man" and "The Third Man" and "All About Eve". Check them out on the Radio Scripts and Transcripts page.

May 8, 2005 - Happy Mother's Day.

Looks like Leon's Script Collection is back from hibernation with what may be a couple of pieces of on Batman Year One. Thanks to "AW" and "Rado" you can read a Batman Year One proposal by the Wachowski Brothers and a draft script by Frank Miller. So, check out the Movie Scripts page and determine for yourself if they are the real deal or if I'm just perpetuating some Batman fan fiction hoax.

May 7, 2005 - On the Unproduced Scripts page we have fourteen new and revised scripts for your reading pleasure. As a special treat, one of our own - Phil - recently had his script, The Burnout covered by Ken Mora, a script doctor. Phil was kind enough to post it to give writers an idea of what you get when you have your work covered.

May 5, 2005 - Thanks to WeeklyScript we can read The Naked City. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

May 2, 2005 - Connie's got the best Warwick Davis Fanpage and Leprechaun Center on the 'net bar none. And, thanks to her, you can read the 6th in the Leprechaun franchise Leprechaun Back 2 Tha Hood. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

May 1, 2005 - After a year long absence from the Movie Script scene, The Movie Page bursts back onto the scene with... License to Drive? Dude, wtf? Anywhoo, check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

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