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1676. Eternal Champions 2 , A Father's Secret by Dustin Ford
The second of four. Mysteries arise all around us as Levis explores his destiny. Will he become the monster his father tried to protect him from or will he be the hero of the world. At the same time; can Brutus and his party unlock the secrets of Amerak's Lair and discover the fate of his father. What bothers him most is the fact that the greatest evil he may face might just be his own brother.

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

1677. Eternal Champions by Dustin Ford
The first of a four part series that you do not want to miss. Gods rule the universe granting gifts of strength and magic to their champions. These champions fight in their honor and for their power. What happens when the champions come together to fight the gods themselves in an effort to save their world?

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

1678. Hanab Ku by Dustin Ford
Scientists acknowledge that on December 21, 2012 the winter solstice will be exactly aligned with our galactic center. The ancient Mayan people knew this very fact over 5000 years ago. They had no computers, no telescopes; spiritual knowledge is the only explanation. So what is the significance of an event that would occur 5000 years in the future? The Mayans didn't use the word galactic center to describe what the winter solstice lines up with in 2012. They used HANAB KU! It means "god"! Throughout history, every spiritually advanced civilization, having the same knowledge of the Hanab Ku, has been wiped from the earth. If god himself gave them the knowledge, what possible force on this planet would want to erase it? Matt is about to find out! What he doesn't know is that everyone and everything in his life has led him to this destiny; to unleash an evil capable of destroying even god. The rapture is coming, but the scariest thing has been here all along

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

1679. One Horrendous, Splendiphorous Day At Hickory Bellheart by Dustin Ford
What's the only thing worse than changing schools mid semester for a boy in the 5th grade? Ending up at Hickory Bellheart! Sam is a boy that never fit in anywhere he went, but all that is about to change when his father loses his job and they are forced to move into a strange new town with an even stranger elementary school. Named after it's first and most beloved teacher and well... witch; Hickory Bellheart. Before she was executed, she vowed to always look after the school and the children she loved so dearly. Boy did she ever! Sam will be taken on a rollercoaster of a ride for his first day of school. From the buses that run on exploding Trolls, the book eating lockers, the 6th grade vampires, the gym teacher that turns into a shark during 6th period, enchanting cheerleaders, toilets that come to life, the worlds most evil teacher and many more incredible obstacles. Will Sam be able to win the heart of the girl of his dreams as he makes his way through this Horrendous Splendiphorous day? In a school that is impossible to conform to, Sam will realize who he is and embrace the person he finds. He will find friends in things he feared, excitement in the unknown and we will all remember that to conform to the world around us doesn't mean we have to give up our own individuality.

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

1680. 5 Skull Island by Dustin Ford
5 kids discover the secret location of a fabled Wakou treasure while on a cruise across the Atlantic.

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

1681. The Keys by Robert Mazzonna
It's a Friday night and my girlfriend is out of sight.

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(Posted: 10/30/2010; Updated: 10/30/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1682. SALT OF THE EARTH by RONALD ROMINE
"SALT OF THE EARTH," is a controversial, amusing, religious tale, about a Jewish Rabbi's unlikely conversion to Christianity, after his barren wife desperately prays for a son and God answers her prayers.

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(Posted: 10/30/2010; Updated: 08/03/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1683. THE JEWEL OF AFRICA by John Culton
An African holiday turns into the "Safari from Hell!"

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(Posted: 10/29/2010; Updated: 11/10/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1684. THE QUEEN'S MARK by John Culton
Guy Sheridan, an English Blue Blood, runs afoul of the Crown and looses his love, his priveleged life, and his liberty. Escape from an Australian penal colony is but the first step for Sheridan to become the richest man in Australia.

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(Posted: 10/28/2010; Updated: 12/02/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1685. How To Play by Noreen Jenkins
Three children, who lose their toys through a tyrant father, must learn to make the best of their situation.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/26/2010; Updated: 04/07/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1686. BELLE by Robert James
In 1870's Missouri, a young Belle Starr turns to crime in order to re-unite with the father of her child, discovers her true calling, and is forced to choose between the love of her life and the life she loves. She goes on to become the most notorious female outlaw in U.S. History.

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(Posted: 10/21/2010; Updated: 09/23/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1687. Bass Reeves: Wild West's Biggest Unknown Hero by William DiSessa
In this biopic that blends truth with fiction, childhood slave-turned-lawman Bass Reeves arrests his own son and some of the meanest desperados of the Wild West, only to stand trial on murder charges himself as the first black deputy marshal west of the Mississippi. Then, in a modern-day climatic twist, Bass appears in a séance meant to con a mother and her hero-starved daughter.

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(Posted: 10/20/2010; Updated: 10/20/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1688. The Last Redneck by Michael Randle
Roused from a hundred year sleep to an America where whites are a small minority, a redneck is forced to battle Anglo terrorists and, in loving a black girl, his own prejudice.

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(Posted: 10/19/2010; Updated: 10/19/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1689. Intersection by Robert Mazzonna
The lives of a paraplegic and a mobster literally and figuratively intersect with fatal results.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1690. The List by Robert Mazzonna
Al-Quaida operatives in NYC and on trial for a milk tainting scandal. Prosecution's witnesses suddenly end up in body bags as the trial nears. A law clerk and her lackey try to put a stop to the madness.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1691. Upon My Approval by Robert Mazzonna
One act of lust turns a home into a war zone.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1692. Hundreds and Thousands by Robert Mazzonna
Some people run, some people hide, but one unexpected visitor makes an indelible impression.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1693. My Country Lost by Robert Mazzonna
Think of something that would gnaw at you. Go further, think of something that would make your gut wrench. Now think of something that would make you seethe and your blood boil. Go deeper, think of something that would make you seek revenge... To the point that your pupils are fully dilated... To the point of physical violence... To the point of death... Now enter, weapon drawn with memories of your dead loved ones...

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1694. Artifact by Robert Mazzonna
A New York Times photographer is losing his mind, or so he thinks.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1695. No Feelings by Robert Mazzonna
Follow the plight of Eileen Drucker who becomes paralyzed following a freak accident while playing chicken with another couple in waist high waters of the Atlantic when she hits her neck on an underwater buoy. Enter Jimmy who befriends Eileen in the wake of the accident and becomes romantically involved with her.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 10/15/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1696. Que Lastima by Robert Mazzonna
Life lessons are learned, digested, spit out and then re-kindled, reformed and refined in this touching story about life, lust and love. A truly emotional roller coaster ride into the depths of one's conscious and soul.

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(Posted: 10/15/2010; Updated: 02/08/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1697. Dying For Love by Ira May
Deep in the Texas hill country, police search for and capture an unusual serial killer; a woman who kills her pedophile victims with barbed wire and then draws a happy face on their bodies.

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(Posted: 10/13/2010; Updated: 09/24/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1698. Controlled Anger by James Ziolkowski  Interview
Police track down a psychotic man who hunts unfaithful women. Who's the hero? It depends on who you ask.

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(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 11/30/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1699. SELLING SEATTLE by Jay Williams
MICHAEL KENNEY of Black Rose Realty is famously successful and revered by all. Revered by all, that is, except for his new assistant, BOB MENHAM , who finds him an inept buffoon, likely psychotic... and possibly an alien.

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(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 06/13/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1700. THE SPARTAN by Jay Williams
A Spartan soldier, the sole survivor of battle, is presumed a coward and shunned by his countrymen and so after the war seeks revenge against the enemy officer who spared him.

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(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 06/13/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

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