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76. Heroman by Timucin Leflef
After accidentally killing his arch-rival, an idealistic superhero finds himself left permanently out of a job...

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/07/2014; Updated: 11/07/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

77. SEMPER FI by Jay Williams
Two young men test their values and lifetime friendship through the crucible of war, and each is forced to change--for the better and worse.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/11/2010; Updated: 01/12/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

78. He Knows by Stuart Creque  Interviews
Mommy and Daddy assure Timmy that Santa Claus knows who's been bad and good. Timmy resolves to prevent Santa from leaving a lump of coal to ruin his parents' image of him as their little angel.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/08/2010; Updated: 09/24/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

79. The Clear Horizon by Bill Flannigan  Interview
A tormented defense attorney, corrupted by the criminals he represents, flees the FBI and his most notorious client, but when he washes up on a Mexican penal colony (a real place), he finds himself compelled to help an innocent woman and her son who are about to be separated by the insane colony commandante. Along the way, the lawyer solves questions about how his own father died when the mobster and the lawyer's FBI pal converge on the island for a stunning climax...

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/28/2003; Updated: 07/06/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

80. Valley of Spirits by Warren R Hull and K.D. Clemmens
An Elderly Native American uses his wisdom and ancient tribal power to make right the wrongs of the past and bring meaning and honor to those he loves. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/28/2010; Updated: 04/23/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

81. Family Secret by Warren Hull
The lives of two powerful families intertwine to create a personal tragedy of enormous consequence which in turn propagates one of the most famous murder mysteries of the twentieth century. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/19/2008; Updated: 04/20/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

82. Visions by Danny Howell  Interviews
When a girl's visions of her high school classmates' murders start coming true, she suspects her father is the killer.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/06/2004; Updated: 01/03/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

83. A PLACE FOR DREAMS by Bryan Marvis
Alex and Thea, two soulmates who fall magically in love as children, are tragically separated after an accident. Years later, reunited as adults, the two fall in love again, but tragedy separates them once more -- seemingly forever -- until they rediscover how to meet again . . . in their dreams. Debbi K. Swanson, President, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, wrote of DREAM TRUE, "This script has a strong female character who takes the lead even though the male is the protagonist. Marvis creates an imaginary romantic place for lovers to meet when all else is doomed, though getting there is often impossible. This is the kind of story that keeps you glued."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/02/2001; Updated: 01/07/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

84. Mass Exodus by SHAUN DELLISKAVE
A defiant group of Jews and Catholic priests smuggle thousands of Jewish refugees during World War II through daring escapes and an impressive network of bribery, forgery, and manipulation.

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Format: Screenplay

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

85. Mosquito Road by Patrick Rodio
Six friends, enjoying a week of partying at a remote cabin, decide to head home when news breaks of a killer on the loose, only miles away from their cabin. In a rush to get home, they take a short cut down Mosquito Road, and encounter the ruthless killer - and what began as a weekend of fun and games turns to horror - and vengeance! Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/22/2013; Updated: 03/20/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

86. Every time I go to Staten Island something bad happens... (SHORT SCRIPT) by Irin Evers
A young Latino tries to start his life again and keep his family out of trouble. (See the feature script version too).

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 01/26/2012; Updated: 08/01/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

87. UNDER THE MANGO TREE by Allen Cody
A Cuban refugee boat capsizes. A young Cuban girl dives under to rescue her little brother who holds onto her back while she swims to America... where the real danger begins.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 03/12/2014; Updated: 03/12/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

88. NEW SEALAND by Sundae Jahant-Osborn
(Reality TV Event) Don’t change the world, just create a new one! "The Truman Show" meets "Gilligan's Island" in what could be the most unique social experiment and daring adventure ever documented for TV, as an eccentric cast of “founding fathers” sacrifice their safe comfortable lives to battle the world and each other, as they fight to found their own new sovereign nation.

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 11/10/2012; Updated: 12/28/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

89. The Big C_A Week Off From Cancer by Julie Livingston
When Cathy isn't ready to face the results of her latest scans, she lies about her doctor's appointment being cancelled and makes her whole family take a week off from cancer.

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Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 04/11/2012; Updated: 02/06/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

90. The 49th Day by Craig Peters
A young girl’s imaginary friend starts killing her family off, one by one. But what can you do when you’re only eleven, and Death wants to play? Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/07/2009; Updated: 11/12/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

91. WHERE THE DEAD GO by Mark Kratter  Interviews
A by-the-book bioweapons expert is deployed to the war-torn Congo to investigate a suspicious outbreak of disease only to discover that it may be of supernatural origin.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/05/2007; Updated: 09/22/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

92. Marlowe by Louise Ransil
BASED ON A TRUE STORY: African-American P.I. Sam Marlowe shows novice writer Raymond Chandler the realities of detective work, juggling gangsters, corrupt politicians and movie star Jean Harlow to find out who's burning farms on the Arroyo Seco Canyon. PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/24/2013; Updated: 03/31/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

93. ROCHESTER by Terry Frazier
Duped by his rival and betrayed by Elizabeth Barry, a seventeen-year-old actress he made the first true star of the London stage, the infamous Earl of Rochester (28) plots a theatrical revenge to restore his reputation as the man of mode. A real life pygmalion story; American Idol in 1675 London. "Dangerous Liaisons" with "Stage Beauty" leads to "Shakespeare in Love."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/23/2001; Updated: 01/28/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

94. The Tapestry by Steven Prowse
A medieval army speeds towards an ancient evil that has arisen that grows stronger with each soul it takes. The same series of events as witnessed by seven different characters with each narrative being one of the Seven Basic Plots. Only once all the tales have been woven can the true tapestry be seen. PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/03/2014; Updated: 05/28/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

95. RIDE TO VENGEANCE by Dave Vaughan  Interviews
The Best Western is not the hotel. The rape/murder of a by-the-book Marshal’s wife, sends him on a suicidal mission to save his son, his town and his sanity from a sociopath outlaw with an eighty man plus army. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/27/2009; Updated: 07/15/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

96. Out of Sync by Irin Evers & John Barlowe
A disgraced manager attempts to reunite his 40 year old boy band, only to find they're woefully past their prime.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/22/2009; Updated: 08/01/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

When burned-out ruins appear in a Kansas cornfield, an archeology professor discovers that the Wicked Witch of the West has returned and now threatens the Earth as well as Oz. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 06/17/2008; Updated: 02/24/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

98. BITE ME by Dave Vaughan  Interviews
When faced with assessing the love of a civilian, a suspicious vampire places her lover and herself in mortal danger and must convince Kermit the vampire king that it was all a joke or die in the process. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/31/2006; Updated: 09/19/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

99. Stagemom by Maggie Franks
What happens when a naive divorcee and her son land on the set of the world's biggest box office star? Stagemom happens. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/20/2004; Updated: 01/01/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

100. Jobbery by Andy Cannistra
Desperate for cash, Jimmy-Joe robs the local Get-n-Go but finds only a measly $200 in the till. Ever the entrepreneur, he shoves the clerk under the counter, dons an apron and takes control of the Slurpee maker. It's not just a job. It's a robbery.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/17/2011; Updated: 10/06/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

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