Hold Back The Dawn Script

Year:1941
Director:Mitchell Leisen
Written by:Ketti Frings (Story), Charles Brackett (Writer), Billy Wilder (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Romanian-French gigolo Georges Iscovescu wishes to enter the USA. Stopped in Mexico by the quota system, he decides to marry an American, then desert her and join his old partner Anita, who's done likewise. But after sweeping teacher Emmy Brown off her feet, he finds her so sweet that love and jealousy endanger his plans.
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Five Graves To Cairo Script

Year:1942
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Charles Brackett (Screenplay), Billy Wilder (Screenplay), Lajos Biró (Story)

Script Synopsis:The British Army, retreating ahead of victorious Rommel, leaves a lone survivor on the Egyptian border who finds refuge at a remote desert hotel. He is helped by the hotel's owner, despite protest from the French chambermaid, afraid of the imminent arrival of Rommel and the Germans. John assumes the identity of the recently deceased waiter to survive.
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The Seven Year Itch Script

Year:1955
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:George Axelrod (Screenplay), Billy Wilder (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:With his family away for their annual summer holiday, Richard Sherman decides he has the opportunity to live a bachelor's life. The beautiful but ditzy blonde from the apartment above catches his eye and they soon start spending time together - maybe a little too much time!
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Love In The Afternoon Script

Year:1957
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Billy Wilder (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A middle-aged playboy is fascinated by the daughter of a private detective who has been hired to entrap him.
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One Two Three Script

Year:1961
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Ferenc Molnár (Author), Billy Wilder (Screenplay), I. A. L. Diamond (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:One, Two, Three – A scorching business comedy that plays during the Cold War in Berlin, Germany. With it’s political satire director Billy Wilder depicts the fight between capitalism and communism with panic, scrutiny and surprises, filmed during the building of the Berlin Wall.
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Irma La Douce Script

Year:1963
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Billy Wilder (Screenplay), I. A. L. Diamond (Screenplay), Alexandre Breffort (Author)

Script Synopsis:Nester Patou, a naive police officer, is transferred to the red light district in Paris and organizes a raid on a dodgy hotel running as a brothel - inadvertently disrupting the corrupt system of the police and the pimps union, and netting his station superior. Fired from his job, Nester goes to the local bar for a drink and befriends a pretty young lady named Irma la Douce. Upon realizing she is a prostitute, Nester invents a crazy scheme to keep her from seeing other men.
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The Front Page Script

Year:1974
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Ben Hecht (Theatre Play), Charles MacArthur (Theatre Play), Billy Wilder (Screenplay), I. A. L. Diamond (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The Front Page is a comedy from director Billy Wilder from 1974 starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau and Susan Sarandon. A journalist named Johnson is suffering from burn-out and wants to finally say goodbye to his office except for the fact that his boss doesn’t like the idea one bit.
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Fedora Script

Year:1978
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Tom Tryon (Story), Billy Wilder (Writer), I. A. L. Diamond (Writer)

Script Synopsis:An ambitious Hollywood hustler becomes involved with a reclusive female star whom he tries to lure out of retirement.
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Buddy Buddy Script

Year:1981
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Billy Wilder (Writer), I.A.L. Diamond (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Buddy Buddy is a 1981 American comedy film directed by Billy Wilder that stars Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Paula Prentiss and Klaus Kinski. The screenplay by Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond is based on the 1973 French language film L'Emmerdeur, which screenwriter Francis Veber had adapted from his play Le contrat. The film proved to be the last directed by Wilder.
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The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes

Year:1970
Director:Billy Wilder
Written by:Arthur Conan Doyle (Characters), Billy Wilder (Writer), I. A. L. Diamond (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Director Billy Wilder adds a new and intriguing twist to the personality of intrepid detective Sherlock Holmes. One thing hasn't changed however: Holmes' crime-solving talents. Holmes and Dr. Watson take on the case of a beautiful woman whose husband has vanished. The investigation proves strange indeed, involving six missing midgets, villainous monks, a Scottish castle, the Loch Ness monster, and covert naval experiments. Can the sleuths make sense of all this and solve the mystery
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