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1326. Cake Pop by Clare Hawthorne
In order to adopt a baby girl abandoned by his client, a divorce lawyer proposes to a marriage-phobic wedding cake maker.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/26/2010; Updated: 03/24/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1327. CHAMBERS OF THE HEART by Ronald L. Ecker
The tragic love story of the troubled 19th-century Danish writer Soren Kierkegaard and the beautiful Regine Olsen. Based on the life and works of Kierkegaard.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/22/2010; Updated: 11/22/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1328. Melodia by Robert Ward  Interviews
A woman stumbles upon a hidden treasure and so much more than she bargained for during her excursion to buy a new cell phone. PDF Excerpt

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 11/03/2010; Updated: 12/05/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1329. Hanging Out at The Leg Up by Mark Beech
Sexually aggressive Alex convinces her two girlfriends that in an emergency the quickest place to pick up guys is at a strip club. Satisfaction is had by all, but not as anticipated.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2010; Updated: 09/14/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1330. Lark at Break of Day Arising by Linda Gray & Mark Beech
Derailed by her past, April Wilks decides to fight for a normal life, and maybe even grab love and success along the way.

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Format: Screenplay

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

1331. HEAR NO EVIL by Teresa Campaign
Criminology student hunts down and kills evil men with a hatpin through the ear, but soon the hunter becomes the hunted.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/13/2010; Updated: 01/25/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1332. MegaForce by Richard Bailey
Twenty-first century warfare requires a new kind of weapon, one that can move among the enemy and strike at the appropriate time. MegaForce is that weapon, and Richard Falkenburg is MegaForce&only he doesn't know it. After a botched covert operation, he confronts the CIA's deepest secret, human augmentation.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/19/2010; Updated: 05/22/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1333. On The Line by Kathryn Kyker
In a world of bleached-blonde Barbies, one tennis team stands apart . . . City Grrls, the team for misfits, gets trounced every year by the ritzy country clubs as they vie for the City Championships. But this season, they have a secret weapon and a fighting chance.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/12/2010; Updated: 09/27/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1334. Offline by Kathryn Kyker
When her implanted communicator shuts down, a naive young woman discovers the offline world, and becomes part of the plan to destroy the technology her father created--for a freedom she didn't know existed.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/12/2010; Updated: 09/27/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1335. Ebony Eyes, P.I. by Robert De Lay
A LA private investigator is forced to use her ex-husband's help, treading the jungles of South America in an effort to save her kidnapped brother.

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Format: Screenplay

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

1336. Welcome to Hell by Anthony Ingoglia
A man awakens to find himself buried in an underground prison with a mysterious stranger who seems to know a great deal about him.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 07/27/2010; Updated: 01/02/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1337. 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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Format: Screenplay

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

1338. Gray and Lover - The Hearth Tales Incident by JZ Murdock
People fear demons. Demons fear, Gray and Lover. A female steampunk duo are contracted to stop a demon terrorizing Seattle looking for a famous horror writer.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/13/2010; Updated: 10/14/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1339. May Day by Kevin Patrick McCarthy
A successful businessman meets an elderly pilot who can release him from tormenting dreams, but can he pay the price?

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 02/02/2010; Updated: 01/01/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1340. A GRUNT'S TALE by Justine Cowan
This is my tribute to the men and women who returned from the Vietnam War and never got the recognition they deserved! Elvina works as a maid for Georgina and her family. When Georgina's brother, Kurt ("Wojo") returns from Khe, Sanh, Vietnam, Elvina saves him from the downward spiral of PTSD, reminding him of his family responsibilities. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 01/06/2010; Updated: 09/21/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1341. Pantera - Genesis by Robert Larrison
Was Jesus of Nazareth an agent of the state for the Roman Empire? Historians have long maintained that the Biblical Jesus is a composite character derived from stories of several men living around the first Century. This is the story of one.

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(Posted: 12/28/2009; Updated: 11/20/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1342. Stendhal Syndrome by Faig Mamedov
An artist, post the death of his lover, repeatedly paints her and those painted images of her come to life. Ultimately, the painter himself rejoins his lover in a painting where he and his mistress may be together forever.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/06/2009; Updated: 04/30/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1343. Reflections in an Hourglass by James E. McLain
Only King HENRY THE EIGHTH can stop LORD JAMES MERCY from being burned at the stake as a heretic. But instead of saving his life, King HENRY conspires with JAMES to exact revenge. This script has been edited with an additional 41 pages added at the request of my agent.

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(Posted: 06/27/2009; Updated: 05/08/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1344. I'm Getting Married in the Morning by John Alarid  Interviews
I'M GETTING MARRIED IN THE MORNING is a romantic comedy about a 47-year-old radio consumer reporter who becomes violently ill whenever he attempts to enter the Church where he is about to get married in. Faced with losing the love of his life, with the help of a therapist he regresses back to his childhood to discover the issues that are preventing him from saying, "I do."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/13/2009; Updated: 09/20/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1345. Sympathy for the Devil by John Alarid  Interviews
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL is a sci-fi action thriller about a struggling 47-year-old television news reporter who makes International news when her abduction by benevolent aliens is broadcast on television. Through her ordeal she learns that a race of aliens known as the Luciferians has secretly infiltrated the White House and plot to take over the world and to enslave mankind. It's up to her to save mankind.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/13/2009; Updated: 10/03/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1346. The Hopi Ant People by John Alarid  Interviews
On April 5th, 1909, an expedition funded by the Smithsonian Institute discovered the most valuable archeological find in the world - the Hopi Shrine. Legend claims that this mysterious underground citadel of the Grand Canyon was the home of a highly evolved race from another planet. But after removing tons of artifacts that appeared Egyptian and American Indian design the Smithsonian denied the expedition ever took place. THE HOPE ANT PEOPLE is an present day sci-fi action adventure thriller about a team of U.S. Marshals who attempt to apprehend a Native American fugitive who accidentally accessed and downloaded top-secret military files exposing the biggest government/military cover-up in history — the existence of the Hopi Shrine and the Ant People. U.S. MARSHALS meets THE X-FILES on the Hopi Indian Reservation.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/13/2009; Updated: 10/03/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1347. The Fourth Horseman by Simon Bowler
A mutated form of Bubonic Plague spreads through London, causing the government to quarantine the entire city, while the nation's top epidemiologist races to the find the source of the disease.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/27/2009; Updated: 09/16/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1348. Insurrection by Simon Bowler
John Brown leads a civil insurrection against the US government, demanding the end of slavery.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/27/2009; Updated: 09/16/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1349. Choices by Sean Ryan  Interview
A father loses his daughter to a drunk driver. But sometimes not everything is what it seems.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 03/10/2009; Updated: 01/05/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1350. The Existential Woman by steve savitz
Young New York comedy writer, ''Pane'' avoids ''happiness'' at all costs to keep his humor edgy. The trouble it's 1989 and he writes for a lobotomized sit-com. When he falls for an attractive philosophy student atop the Empire State Building, he's forced to choose between sublime contentment or down and dirty comedy.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/19/2008; Updated: 02/20/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

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