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1676. Hunting Blind by Michael Murphy  Interviews
Snowbound at a Texas ranch, a lawyer fights to survive when a hunting vacation devolves into vigiliante justice after a suspected killer is found in a blizzard.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/01/2010; Updated: 09/20/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1677. Boy Band by Chris Barkman
A one time successful album producer loses his two talented musicians and must redeem himself by taking five misfit kids and turning them into the next successful boy band.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/31/2010; Updated: 05/01/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1678. Change-up by Dana Garrity  Interview
An outcast kid, traumatized by family issues, discovers he has elite baseball talent and pursues his dream of making the big leagues, but demons from his past threaten that dream when he reaches his teens.

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(Posted: 05/31/2010; Updated: 07/10/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1679. The Flirting Game by Andrew Pearson
When a feminist journalist woos a misogynistic romance guru to learn his seduction techniques, she quickly discovers that, in matters of the heart, the heart has a mind of its own and in the battle of the sexes, all's fair in love and war. A Screenplay Search Finalist.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/31/2010; Updated: 06/01/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1680. The Sunday Macaroni Club by Andrew Pearson
Beautiful and idealistic Assistant DA Lisa Savitch and her street-wise FBI agent sidekick, Mike Muldoon, have been assigned to collar ''The Sunday Macaroni Club,'' a contentedly sleazy old-time South Philly political machine.

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(Posted: 05/31/2010; Updated: 05/31/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1681. What Remains by Jason Fairbanks
A young Korean boy is adopted by a white American couple and taken from his orphanage to begin a new life in America. Thus begins a decades long journey to understand who he is, why he was given away, and where he truly belongs.

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(Posted: 05/29/2010; Updated: 05/29/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1682. The Stupps Lay Low by James Pisano
Two stoners who witness a botched drug robbery are forced to lay low at an old folks home.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/28/2010; Updated: 03/14/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1683. Friday Night Poker Club by Charles Alvarez
When a member of a men's poker club dies suddenly and his widow wants to take his place at the table, the joker is not the only wild card in the game.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/27/2010; Updated: 05/27/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1684. Millions to Burn by Steven Hindes
On the verge of financial ruin, a spendthrift real estate agent wins millions of dollars on the lottery; but when he spends everything that he won trying to win back his estranged family, he finds that he needs to confront his extravagant ways to prevent his life from again spiralling out of control.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/24/2010; Updated: 12/14/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1685. MAYOR'S DANCE by Stan Nabors  Interview
A charismatic Philadelphia mayor falls for the daughter of a corrupt corporate kingpin targeted for takedown.

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(Posted: 05/24/2010; Updated: 11/07/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1686. FLEECING AMERICAN by Anne Kruse  Interviews
A farmer's choice to use government subsidies for the wrong reasons results in the wool being pulled over his eyes.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 05/22/2010; Updated: 04/07/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1687. The Girl In The Cabin by Douglas Strait
A troubled teenage girl befriends a young woman held captive in a cabin by a demented recluse and must find a way for both of them to escape. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/20/2010; Updated: 02/06/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1688. SHADOW WAR by John Conner
Logline: A suspended Navy SEAL battles Russian Special Forces on a secret mission to blow up Alaska's gas pipeline. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Synopsis: On the verge of losing his family because of prolonged overseas duty, a Navy SEAL about to make captain is suspended for disobeying orders to kill terrorists disguised as fishermen caught sabotaging a Caspian Sea gas pipeline. When the disgraced SEAL returns home to Alaska to resume a commercial fishing business during his suspension, he again encounters terrorists posing as fishermen, but discovers they are Russian Spetsnaz forces on a covert mission to destroy a major gas pipeline. After he warns his family and government officials, they accuse him of having PTSD, and the suspended SEAL learns that to win back his family and save innocent lives, he must risk his Navy career and disobey orders againbut this time by engaging the enemy in a tactical fight to the death on Alaska's frigid waters.

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(Posted: 05/20/2010; Updated: 06/27/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1689. Cleo Parker by Michael Palmer
Cleo Parker is a drama about a powerful billionaire fashion magnate whose life is changed when he attempts the hostile takeover of another fashion company and falls in love with its young, beautiful, African American Designer.

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(Posted: 05/18/2010; Updated: 08/31/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1690. INFIRMITIES by Harry Gersteneker
Reporters on assignment to investigate an evil TV preacher who manages a care center for a powerful crime family.

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(Posted: 05/12/2010; Updated: 10/26/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1691. Now What's The Big Idea?? by Ann-Marie Knueppel
Lalia and Jimbo are at it again in this sequel to What's The Big Idea??. After drinking a potion that causes them to switch bodies, they still manage to win the Tour de France and the Ideaist Of The Year award. Then they head off to Africa on a crazy quest for the antidote. They end up even better than back to normal.

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(Posted: 05/12/2010; Updated: 05/12/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1692. What's The Big Idea?? by Ann-Marie Knueppel
Lalia is a brilliant and quirky executive who generates ideas for a living. She finds herself in a creative slump and gets sent on a quest to Davenport, Iowa to retrieve the granddaddy of ideas as she reunites with her immature but adorable ex-boyfriend.

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(Posted: 05/12/2010; Updated: 05/12/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1693. The Dwelling place by wayne sanders
People of a small southern town are living with a secret that they don't even know exist except for a few who set out to investigate a patch of woods rumored to have claimed the disappearance of hundreds of people over the centuries. These rumors also suggest that the disappearances are the work of creatures. Soon the investigators will find that the rumors are not far from the truth.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/09/2010; Updated: 05/09/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1694. Above the Sun by T. G.
King Solomon says: There is nothing new beneath the sun. We reply: There is just a routine and therefore there is nothing "new" that can occur. King Solomon: Wait, there are "new" things which are "above" the sun, beyond the realms of science and nature. Taste it! A rich, self-centered student's search for permanent happiness frustrates both him and the people close to him until he discovers that he's happiest when he's giving to others. /logline/ Audience Catch Line: How does it feel to have out-of-body astral experiences? Contact me for a copy of the character-driven drama ABOVE THE SUN.

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(Posted: 05/09/2010; Updated: 05/09/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1695. Baila by Terrence Marx
He quit football to dance, she quit dancing for love, both find the recriminations and doubts a hard load to bear. Together they find strength and comfort in each other in the competitive arena that makes ballroom dancing such a unique sport. They'll sacrifice their blood and their sweat, but they won't sacrifice their tears.

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(Posted: 05/09/2010; Updated: 09/11/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1696. Sister Earth by Anthony Ingoglia
Reporter Sam Lock's investigation into the ''Sister Earth Company'' reveals a shocking truth, instead of transforming customers' outlooks as advertised, they are exchanging their minds with those of their counterparts on a dying parallel Earth.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/08/2010; Updated: 01/02/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1697. The Returners by Anthony Ingoglia
The Returners is a disaster epic about a husband and wife reporting team investigating accounts of the recently deceased visiting their loved ones, as the world teeters on the brink of nuclear war. Website write4screen.com

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/08/2010; Updated: 01/02/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1698. Roebling's Bridge by Tracey Enerson Wood
Based on the true story of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, the dream of brilliant engineer John Roebling. After John suffers a tragic accident and his son is injured from the dangerous work, Emily Roebling struggles to complete the project, despite incredible technical challenges, corruption, tragic injuries and deaths. Torn between two worlds and two men, she blazes a path forward, but ultimately faces panic and disaster when her enemies sabotage the project.

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(Posted: 05/06/2010; Updated: 01/07/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1699. Killer by Matthew Einolf
A group of college students play a game called 'Killer'. The goal is to "kill" your assigned victim with a water gun. The rules are simple: no interrupting class, nobody gets hurt, and there must be a witness to verify every kill. It isn't long before one Killer starts playing for real.

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(Posted: 05/03/2010; Updated: 05/03/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1700. In Memoriam by James P. Barker
When a mystery writer returns home to petition the release of his brother, institutionalized for the murder of their father 25 years ago, tragedy ensues as he instead finds himself re-establishing their once close bond while piecing together the events of their past... leading him to suspect another family member of the murder.

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(Posted: 05/01/2010; Updated: 05/01/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

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