The Rose Technique Script

Director:Jon C. Scheide
Written by:Ray Stroeber (Writer)

Script Synopsis:The Rose Technique revolves around the life of an off-beat psychiatrist who wants to join the crazy world of daytime TV.

The Rat Pack Script

Director:Rob Cohen
Written by:Rob Cohen (Writer), Rob Cohen (Screenplay), Kario Salem (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:After a brief flash-forward to Frank Sinatra as an old man, saying "I miss my guys," the movie's main narrative begins during high points in the solo careers of the Rat Pack: Dean Martin has become a big success despite the breakup of his partnership with Jerry Lewis; Sinatra's career is at its peak; Sammy Davis, Jr., is making a comeback after a near fatal car crash, and standup comic Joey Bishop is gaining exposure as an opening act for the other three. The Pack becomes complete when Sinatra reconciles with actor Peter Lawford, who has been ostracized since being seen out publicly with Sinatra's ex-wife, Ava Gardner.

Quick Millions Script

Director:Rowland Brown
Written by:Rowland Brown (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Truck driver Spencer Tracy claims he's "too lazy to work and too nervous to steal", but he gets mixed up in racketeering all the same. Organizing a trucking association, he lines his pockets by demanding protection money from the other drivers. Naturally Tracy's underhanded business practices make him a pillar of the community.

The Proud and Profane Script

Director:George Seaton
Written by:Lucy Herndon Crockett (Novel), George Seaton (Screenplay), George Seaton (Story)

Script Synopsis:In this romantic drama, beautiful Red Cross volunteer Lee Ashley (Deborah Kerr) arrives on the South Pacific island of New Caledonia to learn more about the circumstances surrounding the death of her husband, Howard, in the Battle of Guadalcanal. There, Ashley falls for the gruff, seductive Marine Lt. Col. Colin Buck (William Holden), but struggle and tragedy follow when the widow learns about the reality of Buck's life back home.

The Postman (1994) Script

Director:Michael Radford
Written by:Antonio Skármeta (Novel), Furio Scarpelli (Screenplay), Giacomo Scarpelli (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Simple Italian postman learns to love poetry while delivering mail to a famous poet; he uses this to woo local beauty Beatrice.

Play It As It Lays Script

Director:Frank Perry
Written by:Joan Didion (Screenplay), John Gregory Dunne (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A Hollywood actress undergoes a psychic breakdown and recalls the traumatic events which led to her stay at a sanitarium.

Oh, You Beautiful Doll Script

Director:John M. Stahl

Script Synopsis:Period musical about a song plugger who vows to turn an opera composer's music into popular hits.

Nightmare in the Daylight Script

Director:Lou Antonio
Written by:Lou Antonio (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A married Wisconsin teacher fears a Los Angeles lawyer who has mistaken her for his long-lost wife.

Never Say Die Script

Director:Yossi Wein
Written by:Jeff Albert (Writer)

Script Synopsis:The peaceful existence of boat repairman Blake (Frank Zagarino) is destroyed when the Reverend James (Billy Drago) shows up with his disciples. Back in the days when Blake had been a member of an elite commando force, James had been his friend. But things have changed. Worried that Reverend James has fostered a cult and is planning on a mass suicide, the government sends spies to investigate. The government is also concerned because a prominent general's daughter is among the cultists. When the spies are killed, Blake is forced to reveal his true identity and join the fray to stop James and save the general's daughter.

Midnight Edition Script

Director:Howard Libov
Written by:Howard Libov (Writer), Charles Postell (Novel)

Script Synopsis:After interviewing a convicted killer, a reporter becomes obsessed with his mesmerizing subject. When his life is threatened, he comes to his senses, but it may be too late to save his family.