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1326. MERC WORK by pat crawford
An evil dictator oppresses the people of a tiny banana republic, Costco Rica. Rebel leader Huevos Rancheros knows the one chance for liberty is to kidnap the despot's daughter and negotiate for peace. Huevos asks his friend Chuck Norris for help. But Chuck is busy, so he sends his cousin instead — Jack Black is the reluctant accountant-soldier in MERC WORK!

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/24/2009; Updated: 10/27/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1327. The Road to Shambala by John Alarid  Interviews
The Road to Shambala is a romantic comedy about a talented, aging want-a-be rock star who travels to China to marry his Internet fiancée. Unfortunately his bride fails to show up. Brokenhearted he and a troupe of Chinese musicians embarks on a magical musical journey that transforms him into an overnight China Rock Star sensation and that reconnects him with the true love of his life.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/13/2009; Updated: 09/22/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1328. Angels and Devils by Sean Ryan  Interview
A father tortured by the mental anguish of a murdered daughter turns to revenge.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 03/11/2009; Updated: 01/28/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1329. THE LIGHT MAN by Kim Townsel  Interview
A woman at a music festival passes off two children to the light toy vendor. A disturbing eleven-page short that twists as we decide if she helped or hurt them. A professional script analyst says this of The Light Man: "I love the way you play with our expectations -- the way you make us look left, then slap us across the face and tell us to look right. You have a gift for that."

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/23/2009; Updated: 05/19/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1330. FLINCH by steve savitz
When it comes to guitars and women, Johnny America is a great ''player''. On the road to breaking his 500th heart, this indie-rock musician encounters Web, an alluring psychotherapist who's a master at manipulating the men she dates. When these two social cannibals shack up for a one-night-stand, they step into their own traps.

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

1331. Pay Per View (Drama) by Jim Schock
Deposed TV Exec hires retro P.I. to find Most Wanted serial rapist, then whisks him away to hidden prison, offers Pay Per View of Live execution. To save his betrayed ass, P.I. and Femme sidekick must find and return the rapist, bring the TV Exec to justice. 110 fast-moving pages. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 11/04/2008; Updated: 07/26/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1332. CERTAIN ARRANGEMENTS by Chuck McClelland
A teen on probation gets lured into using an old woman's flower shop where he works as a front for drug trafficking. Synopsis

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(Posted: 06/16/2008; Updated: 12/09/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1333. SWANSTORY by priya narendran
A self absorbed man falls in love with a beautiful ballet dancer who turns into a swan each night and must learn to accept her for what she is.

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(Posted: 05/30/2008; Updated: 10/20/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1334. THE 6 by Brandon Vega
With one last shot at love, the deadliest assassin in the world falls to pieces after his fiancée is kidnapped. He assembles his fellow members of the Assassins Guild to help save her&and himself. ** Graphic novel-esque: vein of Kick-Ass and The Losers **

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(Posted: 03/28/2008; Updated: 04/10/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1335. Lerner & Loewen by Thomas Swan Jr
When Max Loewen bankrupts his firm, his daughters are left penniless. When they find out Max did more than make a questionable business deal, the girls take what they learned from their father and turn it against him.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/25/2008; Updated: 01/05/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1336. Kyoto's Angel by Heather Hebrew, RN, BA
True Story: A young girl with a traumatic becomes a teacher in a Japanese convent only to meet a Japanese boy who knows everything about her.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/20/2008; Updated: 05/24/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1337. The Signal by N.J. Reese
It's the middle of the night, in the middle of nowhere and Allen; poster boy of conformity, is stopped at a desolate intersection. Waiting ahead for him, is Susan, a gorgeous milestone in his life. But first, he has to run a red light.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/28/2007; Updated: 10/05/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1338. Reardon's Ladies by Cleo Bresett  Interview
Private detective Sean Reardon becomes infatuated with a police officer's wife. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/11/2007; Updated: 03/03/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1339. Portrait Of Evil by Cleo Bresett  Interview
Hired to find a matriarch's granddaughter, private detective Zane Garrity solves a triple murder, including one that dates back a quarter century. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/04/2006; Updated: 03/03/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1340. THE WIRE (HBO) BLACK AND BLUE by Kevin Ray Crawford  Interview
A pair of police sharpshooters take matters into their own hands in an attempt to undermine the drug trade on Baltimore's West side. Their vigilante form of street justice touches off a chain of events that exposes Baltimore's finest and the criminal element for what they are. In the end you'll need more than a badge to tell them apart.

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Format: TV Episode

(Posted: 10/16/2006; Updated: 07/24/2012 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1341. Bernie the Bat by Robin Sen
In the monster world, growing up isn't any easier than the real world. On the eve of his "bat mitzvah," his unexpected, untimely bris and his graduation, a young, vegetarian vampire bat discovers that he is adopted and runs away to seek out his natural parents before graduating to become a full-fledged Dracula. Along the way he learns the value of friendship and the meaning of true character and tolerance.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 04/19/2006; Updated: 11/30/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1342. Safari by Mark Mc Quown
The Danielson family from middle, suburb America, win a six week paid vacation down the Blyde River Valley Gorge in South Africa and it becomes the vacation from hell that almost takes the life of everyone in the family, one at a time.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 02/04/2006; Updated: 05/31/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1343. HILLENDALE by Vernon McKimmey
**WGA Member ** Jimmy Hoffa, dead, along with a bunch of other famous dead people, are Spirit Guides for a village of Mediums, where people come to talk with the dead. The Spirits are upset, so Hoffa takes them out on strike, shuts down the village, brings the towns people after them with torches and pitchforks, and forces a beautiful widow to settle the strike before the whole place goes up in flames.

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(Posted: 12/02/2005; Updated: 09/22/2011 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1344. Getting Lade by Stephen Levy
A young Latino searches for someone to adopt him. ScriptShark Analysis: "A thoughtful, challenging story that's rich with thematic significance, GETTING LADE covers a lot of ground for the relatively small, contained piece that it is. Detailing the unusual relationship between a young man desperate for family and an older man with a past to hide, the script weaves in myriad themes of social commentary while taking on the granddaddy of all thematic explorations, in its investigation of what life is all about. Subtle, surprising at times this piece is completely original and interesting for its fiercely unique, unconventional stance.”

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(Posted: 10/16/2005; Updated: 06/18/2010 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1345. Silent Partners by Jaine Foster-Valdez
Desperate for a child, a woman finagles a "sperm donation" from a stranger she meets in a bar who turns out to be no stranger to her husband.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 12/14/2002; Updated: 04/14/2014 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1346. WUNDERKIND: THE MOTION PICTURE by Chuck McClelland
Feature-length version. A young filmmaker finds fulfillment at a Utah film festival - but not in the way he expected. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 01/17/2002; Updated: 12/04/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1347. Shadows Of Life by Gary Lumpp
Late night commuters are being stalked - and eaten - and it's up to one homeless man to try and stop the bloodshed.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 11/05/2001; Updated: 11/03/2009 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1348. American Hero by Robin Sen
A street gang leader and his girlfriend discover the true meaning of heroism from a Time-Life book on Western Cowboys and a Bible while trying to escape the marginality of their gang's wave of crime.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 05/02/2001; Updated: 11/30/2013 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1349. Spirit Cut by JOHN PARKER
A planned revenge goes terribly wrong for Blake and his partner when they become trapped in a remote house by a desperate gang.

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Format: Screenplay

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

1350. Fixing Emma by JOHN PARKER
Two aliens give Emma something and now she's fighting off a crew of female aliens who want to take it from her.

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Format: Screenplay

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

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