Here Today Script

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Director:Joanna Adler, Billy Crystal
Written by:Billy Crystal (Writer), Alan Zweibel (Author), Alan Zweibel (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Veteran comedy writer Charlie Berns, who is slowly but surely losing his grip on reality, befriends a talented young New York street singer Emma Payge. Together, they form an unlikely yet hilarious and touching friendship that kicks the generation gap aside and redefines the meaning of love and trust.

61* Script

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Director:Billy Crystal
Written by:Hank Steinberg (Writer)

Script Synopsis:In 1961, Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle played for the New York Yankees. One, Mantle, was universally loved, while the other, Maris, was universally hated. Both men started off with a bang, and both were nearing Babe Ruth's 60 home run record. Which man would reach it?

Memories of Me Script

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Director:Peter Elbling, Henry Winkler
Written by:Billy Crystal (Writer), Eric Roth (Writer)

Script Synopsis:After a heart attack, Abbie Polin (Crystal), a New York doctor, goes to Los Angeles to see his father, Abe (King), who works in Hollywood as the "king of the extras." Their relationship has been strained for several years. This was the first movie directed by Henry Winkler, and much of it was filmed inside the MGM Studios in Culver City, California, only a few miles from Hollywood. Lisa, the romantic interest in Abbie's life, also comes for a visit and bonds with Abe, who gets along famously with everyone but his son. Abe begins having memory loss and eventually is diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. He and his son grow closer in time and, before it's too late, Abbie tries to get Abe a speaking role in a film.

Mr. Saturday Night Script

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Director:Billy Crystal
Written by:Billy Crystal (Writer), Lowell Ganz (Writer), Babaloo Mandel (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Buddy Young was the comic's comic, beloved by everyone. Now, playing to miniscule crowds in nursing homes, it seems like everybody but Buddy realizes that he should retire. As Buddy looks for work in show business, he realizes that the rest of the world has forgotten the golden days of Buddy Young, and that there just may not be room in the business for an old comic like himself.

City Slickers II: The Legend Of Curly’s Gold Script

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Director:Paul Weiland
Written by:Billy Crystal (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Mitch Robbins 40th birthday begins quite well until he returns home and finds his brother Glen, the black sheep of the family, in his sofa. Nevertheless he is about to have a wonderful birthday-night with his wife when he discovers a treasure map of Curly by chance. Together with Phil and unfortunately Glen he tries to find the hidden gold of Curly's father in the desert of Arizona.

Forget Paris Script

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Director:Billy Crystal
Written by:Billy Crystal (Screenplay), Lowell Ganz (Screenplay), Babaloo Mandel (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Mickey Gordon is a basketball referee who travels to France to bury his father. Ellen Andrews is an American living in Paris who works for the airline he flies on. They meet and fall in love, but their relationship goes through many difficult patches. The story is told in flashback by their friends at a restaurant waiting for them to arrive.

My Giant Script

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Director:Rick Overton, Michael Lehmann
Written by:Billy Crystal (Story), David Seltzer (Story), David Seltzer (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Billy Crystal plays a Hollywood agent who stumbles upon Max, a giant living in Romania, and tries to get him into the movies.

America’s Sweethearts Script

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Director:Joe Roth
Written by:Billy Crystal (Screenplay), Peter Tolan (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:In the midst of a nasty public breakup of married movie stars, a studio publicist scrambles to put a cap on the escalating situation as the couple's latest film has found it's only print kidnapped by the director.