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1551. Helle's Belles by CJ Walley
When they stumble upon a small town terrorized by a drug lord, an unruly all female army crew feel it’s their duty to rescue an innocent young girl from his grasp.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1552. Pickup Trucks & Poetry by CJ Walley
When a reclusive outcast is pushed toward breaking point by bullies, an ambitious caseworker fights hard to stop her following in her psychotic mother’s footsteps.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1553. Life Locker by CJ Walley
With a key to a new life in her hands, a busker risks giving up everything she values to pursue her needs and dreams.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1554. Crazy Kitty by CJ Walley
Four young adults find their cabin party disturbed when a much maligned friend shows up wearing her prison jumpsuit and with the intent to play a horrific party game.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1555. Manhattan Madam by CJ Walley
Following a violent fight, a bordello madam faces off with a fearsome customer and finds herself torn between securing future profits and protecting her staff.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1556. San Diego Impala Cholas by CJ Walley
Presented with a seemingly innocent young girl looking to buy a gun from her, a ruthless gang leader has to choose between easy money and tough love.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1557. Dixie Gash Bandits by CJ Walley
When they stop to fix their get-a-way vehicle, two runaway sisters must tackle both love at first sight and the bounty hunters hot on their tail.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 10/17/2015; Updated: 10/17/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1558. HALF MOON LULLABY by Christopher Ives
Drama. A girl given up for adoption at birth, now a young woman, seek reconciliation with her birth parents. Based on a true story.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/12/2015; Updated: 10/12/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1559. Night of Rage by Lilla Graci
CHARACTERS: JACK Narcissistic, vein, egotistical, selfish, conceited, controlling, obsessed, conceited, and self-centered. He is a closet sociopath, who evolves onto a true psychopath. VICKI Naïve, trusting and beguiled; easily influenced and manipulated by his façade of the prince and in living “happily ever after;” she becomes disenchanted, disillusioned, distrustful, doubtful, wary, apprehensive. BRUCE: Dutiful, caring, helpful, decisive, with a non-flinching attitude to confronting difficult situations and persevere and conquer; may also have a different agenda and psyche. OUTLINE: Vicki and Jack started together as the ideal couple. Vicky was only exposed to Jack’s charismatic personality and persuasive charm. She was blinded by his handsome features and alluring sexual appeal. Jack is a talented sculptor who convinces Vicki that he will only be successful for her and his family if he travels to New York and promotes himself to become marketable and sought-after artist with a unique artistic gift. Jack sets himself up in a studio and engages the services of various models; all of whom find him charming. He sets his sights on them based on their sexual appeal and promiscuous tendencies in order to conduct his multiple affairs. He meets a particular attractive woman on the street coming home and entices him to pose for him. When he presses for sex, she demands “payment in advance” and he becomes enraged that she is a hooker and strangles her. After he grasps hold of his senses and his predicament, he realizes he must dispose of her body and encases her in plaster and she becomes one of his most unique art pieces. Vicki finally gives up he patience and travels to New York to be with Jack. She arrives unexpectedly and they have a huge argument. Jack demands she return home, but when she refuses, he leaves in a rage. While his is gone, his current girlfriend, Jennifer calls and leaves a message on his answering machine, which Vicki interrupts and answers. She speaks to Jennifer and they agree to meet. After the conversation with Jennifer and their affair, Vicki returns back to Jack’s apartment to confront him. After he realizes she has wreaked his current liason, he attacks Vicki and beats her severely. Jack flees the apartment and Vicki manages to call for help and is hospitalized. Detective Bruce interviews her and takes over the domestic violence case. He is able to locate Jack and he arrests him, but he is released on bail. Under cover of night, Jack returns to his apartment where Vicki was staying and finds her packing her bags and crying. After an argument, he storms out of the bedroom. So exhausted, she crying uncontrollably and falls asleep, believing Jack left. Meanwhile Jack is in the kitchen heating up a large pot of cooking oil and brings it to the bedroom. Vicki awakens when she hears the door open. Jack enters the room and in his fury, rushes toward her enraged. He slips on the satin cover on the floor and the heated contents of the pot spill all over his upper body. He is severely burned; but Vicki manages to call for assistance in time to save him. Jack is hospitalized, but is disfigured. After his release, Jack returns to his apartment to plot a scheme of revenge against Vicki. Unknown to Vicki, who is in New York in order to prosecute the charges against him, Jack has now completely lost his mind. On the night before the trial, he manages to find out where she is staying and goes to the apartment. He is able to enter he residence with the assistance of the doorman who is overwhelmed by pity for his bandaged face and hands. After getting access to the apartment, Jack removes his fake bandages and sneaks through the space in search of Vicki. She is in the shower off of the bedroom and Jack decides to set fire to the bedroom. After disengaging the fire alarm, to trap her in the bathroom to burn like him, he sets fire to the curtains and bed in the room. While flames start to travel through the flammable fabrics, Bruce has arrived at Vicki’s door and smells smoke. He brakes down the door and rushes to the bedroom and confronts Jack. Jack rushes toward him and Bruce shoots him. Bruce then manages to get Vicki out of the apartment and saves her. The closing scene is Vicki in Bruces arms and his pledge he whispers in her ear is that he will protect her forever and ever, never to leaver her – there is maniacal look in his eyes as he smiles. Jack’s vile plan is thwarted, but after all his scheming and manipulation, Vicki now has a new threat rising from the ashes.

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Format: Short Story

(Posted: 10/06/2015; Updated: 10/06/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1560. Blue Monday by Ian Wilson  Interview
A narcissistic doctor and a gutsy coroner work against time and corruption to uncover the source of an ancient virus that’s causing mass depression and suicide.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 10/03/2015; Updated: 10/03/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1561. Alive and Alone by Charles Crawford
A young boy survives a private airplane crash that kills his father leaving him alone to survive using skills he learned from his father until rescued in the wilderness of Alaska. Synopsis

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/28/2015; Updated: 09/28/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1562. Beyond Boundaries by Charles Crawford
In order to visit his father in Malaysia to collect a large sum of money owed his divorced mother, a young American man and his friend embark upon an ill-fated and daring venture by stealing an airplane, two sailboats, and two speedboats that they have no experience operating. Synopsis

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(Posted: 09/28/2015; Updated: 09/28/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1563. Playmate by Sandra Cropsey
Mary tries to reconcile a past she cannot recall with a present in which she is losing control. Disturbing memories haunt her. Mary’s mother could fill in the gaps, but Lucille buries pain in spiritual trappings. Whipped on the altar of her father’s church, Lucille was banished forever. Memories of a rape bring the realization of the playmate that has shadowed Mary’s life.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/26/2015; Updated: 09/26/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1564. Jesus Called by Sandra Cropsey
Momma, Sister, and Ivylee attend a funeral for their neighbor, Ernest, who was eaten by a hog. Jesus Called has won several competitions and been published in a literary collection.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/26/2015; Updated: 09/26/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1565. Tinker's Christmas by Sandra Cropsey
When the reindeer come down with the chicken pox a week before Christmas, Santa turns to Tinker to find another means to deliver the toys. A story about belief—belief in ourselves, belief in those around us, belief in something greater than ourselves. Through reading Tinker’s Christmas to his grandsons during the holidays, Poppy helps his oldest grandson to believe in himself.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 09/26/2015; Updated: 09/26/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1566. Private Dancer by Sandra Cropsey
As suggested in the song “Private Dancer,” often an artist has to prostitute his/her talent to chase their dream. Nicci, Brandie, Desiree, and Tuck sing and dance at the “Last Call” owned by Sam and boyfriend Carmen, who serve as surrogate family and try to help heal these dreamers with broken wings. A musical based on pop music of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Synopsis

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(Posted: 09/26/2015; Updated: 09/26/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1567. Who's There? by Sandra Cropsey
A comedy in which a dysfunctional family on a chicken farm in the rural south looks for life, purpose, and Bunk in memorial services for Bunk’s amputated leg, which they otherwise keep in the freezer. Somewhere between Kesselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace and Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, these three women find love and faith. Synopsis

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(Posted: 09/26/2015; Updated: 09/26/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1568. Daysleeper by John Cowdell
A vampire living in suburbia is disturbed from his slumber by a life insurance salesman.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/25/2015; Updated: 09/25/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1569. Our Little Secret by John Cowdell
A man is awoken in the middle of the night by a ghostly voice, a person from his past who has come back to haunt him and make him acknowledge his sins.

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 09/25/2015; Updated: 09/25/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1570. Middle Passage by Peter Roach
A group of abductees from different planets waken aboard an alien spacecraft and must work together to defeat their abductors and forge a new existence. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 09/10/2015; Updated: 03/01/2016 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1571. LifeTime by Peter Roach
A musician in 1955 Vegas disappears for 40 years and returns unchanged but in command of space and time. An ordinary man chosen for an extraordinary mission. A man out of touch but not out of time. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 09/09/2015; Updated: 09/09/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1572. SwitchBack by Peter Roach
A self-centered executive in Los Angeles unwittingly switches places in the middle of the night with a herder from Mongolia. Two very different men, from very different cultures struggle to adapt. Hard life lessons will be learned. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: TV Pilot

(Posted: 09/09/2015; Updated: 11/04/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1573. the gay receiver by paul rawlings
coaches at very conservative small Southern college with two great football passers must give up hope of having anyone who can catch a pas, or look other way when best prospect is clearly gay. football versus bigotry.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/16/2015; Updated: 08/16/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1574. Baby's Gone by judi Blaze
Two neglected toddlers look on as their new baby brother is taken from their motel room, as the mother watches. Baby's Gone is a short taken from my memoir, Riding in the Backseat with My Brother; currently a book but soon to be a feature screenplay. Just awarded semi-finalist for the New Millennium competition. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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Format: Short Screenplay

(Posted: 08/10/2015; Updated: 07/23/2016 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

1575. First Chef, Tell Me What You Eat by John Richo
The story of how the first gastronome, (read foodie), Jean Anthem Brillat-Savarin, helped to free the First Chef, Hercules, a slave, from his master.... The President of the United States, George Washington.

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Format: Screenplay

(Posted: 08/02/2015; Updated: 08/02/2015 ) [Detailed Script Listing]

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