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By Michael McLarty.

When a small town is invaded by zombie midgets, it's up to an alcoholic stilt walker to save the day. Perhaps the most offensive script ever written.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/24/2011; Updated: 02/24/2011 )

By Gini Graham Scott.

After a lawyer wins a dispute and acquires a cryonics tank with a shrewish wealthy woman frozen 20 years, a scientist friend brings her back. It turns out her husband "killed" her and her children took her property. When he tries to regain her property, her husband tries to kill her again, as she transforms into a nice person.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/23/2011; Updated: 09/22/2011 )

By Beverley Gill.

Sarah hates her job and her teenage daughter, Julia, drives her crazy but her son, Mark, loves horses, so when an ageing celebrity makes them all an offer, they grab it. A love of music, and unlikely relationships change all their lives.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/22/2011; Updated: 02/23/2011 )

By steve savitz.

A surreal love story of disaster-movie proportions, it's ''Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind'' meets ''Cloverfield'', with a touch of ''Sid and Nancy''.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/20/2011; Updated: 02/21/2011 )

By Edward Rathje.

After Lt. Oscar "Sammy" Sampson lands his B-17 in neutral Switzerland, he feels honor-bound to return to the war, but his new Swiss girlfriend wants him to stay, and his only way home is through Nazi-occupied France. It's an easy decision for Sammy -- after he steals Hitler's swastika. Based on a true story.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/20/2011; Updated: 02/08/2012 )

By Anton Diether.

Crime thriller about nuclear smuggling and the Russian Mafia in the 1990's. A Moscow hotel security guard's encounter with murder, the lure of money and power, and a mysterious American woman entangle him in a web of intrigue between the international underworld and a renegade nuclear scientist. PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/18/2011; Updated: 12/24/2015 )

By Linda Boroff.

Business student with dreams of Wall Street millions is conned into taking a summer job at a flaky plumbing company.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/14/2011; Updated: 08/14/2015 )

By Al Hartley.

Legendary lawman William Tilghman and a posse of gunslingers are enlisted to bring order to Oklahoma territory when outlaw Bill Doolin's Long Riders become folk heroes.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/12/2011; Updated: 02/12/2011 )

By RONALD ROMINE.

"AS FATE WOULD HAVE IT" is an amusing, character-driven, quirky tale, about an overly, overly conscientious undercover cop, who's been cursed by a fortune teller, and becomes obsessed with trying to stay alive for the next 24 hours, with help from an amusing, totally unexpected partner.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/10/2011; Updated: 08/03/2012 )

By Robert Mazzonna.

The thing about death is the fear that there may be no afterlife. The Malone Family for generations have been betting heavily on it.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/08/2011; Updated: 09/25/2011 )

By Dave Burgess.

A story set during the worst airshow disaster in history.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/06/2011; Updated: 02/06/2011 )

By Dave Burgess.

Star-crossed lovers battle their rival families to try to be together.

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(Posted: 02/06/2011; Updated: 02/06/2011 )

By Janet Hogate.

Why not have a season where ALL of the Celebrities are dance professionals. Not in ballroom dancing of course but in other styles. For instance, Adam Shankman, Beyonce, Rudolph Nuryev etc. I think a season like that would definitely raise the ratings.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/05/2011; Updated: 02/26/2011 )

By Jon James Miller.  Interviews

Debutante Betty Thorpe Pack is reborn as Agent Cynthia, working on secret missions in Washington, D.C. during World War II. Her success at seduction will shorten the war, saving hundreds of thousands of lives.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/28/2011; Updated: 08/30/2012 )

By Jon James Miller.  Interviews

On the eve of World War II, silver screen siren Greta Garbo sets sail aboard an ocean liner bound for Nazi Germany to assassinate her biggest fan - Adolf Hitler.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/28/2011; Updated: 08/30/2012 )

By Dino Zonetti.

This is a true story of what some believe to be the first true serial killer in history. Set the 15-century Transylvania a beautiful royal countess Elizabeth Bathory is enraged at the fact that she is getting older and her skin is begining to wrinkle, When in a chance outburst of rage she struck one of her chambermaids and some of her blood landed on her face. Mesmerized at the way the skin looked with the blood on her, she slowly began to kill and drain the blood of all the young and beautiful women of her village. She was eventually caught and only then the secrets of what she had done is revealed.

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(Posted: 01/27/2011; Updated: 01/27/2011 )

By Steve Hochman.

A washed-up table tennis champion rediscovers his passion for the game and learns important life lessons after he reluctantly agrees to help a troubled inner city youth

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/27/2011; Updated: 01/27/2011 )

By Steve Hochman.

A genius con man specializing in large scale, global hoaxes is hired by the Department of Defense to help them increase their budget

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/27/2011; Updated: 01/27/2011 )

By Mimi Starks.

A young couple, starting their journey as a family is brought to a halt, when the wife is kidnapped and forced to marry her jealous neighbor in another country.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/26/2011; Updated: 01/26/2011 )

By Justine Cowan.

The Dukes of Hazard meets Legally Blonde! Melanie Hutchinson is the classiest funeral director in the South - wearing designer shoes while she arranges Gone with the Wind style funerals while the townspeople chase crazy, naked old men wearing Confederate hats chasing ostriches that they think are Union soldiers!

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 01/24/2011; Updated: 08/01/2016 )

By Steve Weissman.

Vicki's crush for Jay has her falling head over heels, dropping her in the fantasy world of Viewland, where she must defeat all types of idiotic people and their foolish views in order to return home to Jay and newfound knowledge. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/21/2011; Updated: 08/23/2016 )

By Souhad Kahil.

Anisa in Holyland is revolutionary in looking at the global struggle. A compelling mystery full of twists and a shocking surprise about the treasure of Soloman.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/18/2011; Updated: 01/18/2011 )

By Jason Bickings.

An artist faces the turbulence of his past to find the inspiration he lost long ago.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/17/2011; Updated: 03/07/2011 )

By Micaela Hicken.

When a talented musician forms a choir that ressurects a dying church in a Compton ghetto, a bitter member sets out to destroy them.

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(Posted: 01/17/2011; Updated: 09/22/2011 )

By Micaela Hicken.

A Father fights a biased Texas family court system and his bipolar ex-wife whose plot to murder him backfires and targets their son.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/17/2011; Updated: 09/22/2011 )

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