The Dark Crystal Script

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Director:Jim Henson, Frank Oz
Written by:David Odell (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:On another planet in the distant past, a Gelfling embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of a magical crystal and restore order to his world, before the grotesque race of Skeksis find and use the crystal for evil.

Death At A Funeral (Uk) Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Dean Craig (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A myriad of outrageous calamities befall an eccentric English clan with more than a few skeletons in its closets, when its patriarch dies an unexpected death. Soon, every complication imaginable—including the wrong corpse in the coffin, the accidental consumption of hallucinogenic drugs and the disclosure of the deceased's closeted homosexuality—befall the grief-stricken mourners.

Bowfinger Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Steve Martin (Screenplay), Marc Baird (Storyboard)

Script Synopsis:On the verge of bankruptcy and desperate for his big break, aspiring filmmaker Bobby Bowfinger concocts a crazy plan to make his ultimate dream movie. Rallying a ragtag team that includes a starry-eyed ingenue, a has-been diva and a film studio gofer, he sets out to shoot a blockbuster featuring the biggest star in Hollywood, Kit Ramsey -- only without letting Ramsey know he's in the picture.

Housesitter Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Mark Stein (Screenplay), Brian Grazer (Story)

Script Synopsis:After building his dream house, architect Newton Davis proposes marriage to his girlfriend, only to be summarily rejected. He seeks solace in a one-night stand with a waitress, never imagining that a woman he slept with once would end up posing as his wife. Gwen's ruse is so effective that by the time Newton learns of his "marriage," the entire town feels like they know him.

The Muppets Take Manhattan Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Frank Oz (Screenplay), Tom Patchett (Screenplay), Jay Tarses (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:When the Muppets graduate from Danhurst College, they take their song-filled senior revue to New York City, only to learn that it isn't easy to find a producer who's willing to back a show starring a frog and a pig. Of course, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy won't take no for an answer, launching a search for someone to take them to Broadway.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Dale Launer (Screenplay), Stanley Shapiro (Screenplay), Paul Henning (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Two con men try to settle their rivalry by betting on who can be the first to swindle a young American heiress out of $50,000.

Indian In The Cupboard Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Melissa Mathison (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A nine-year-old boy gets a plastic Indian and a cupboard for his birthday and finds himself involved in adventure when the Indian comes to life and befriends him.

In & Out Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Paul Rudnick (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards.

The Score Script

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Kario Salem (Screenplay), Lem Dobbs (Screenplay), Scott Marshall Smith (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A gayaging thief hopes to retire and live off his ill-gotten wealth when a young kid convinces him into doing one last heist.

What About Bob?

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Director:Frank Oz
Written by:Tom Schulman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Before going on vacation, self-involved psychiatrist Dr. Leo Marvin has the misfortune of taking on a new patient: Bob Wiley. An exemplar of neediness and a compendium of phobias, Bob follows Marvin to his family's country house. Dr. Marvin tries to get him to leave; the trouble is, everyone loves Bob. As his oblivious patient makes himself at home, Dr. Marvin loses his professional composure and, before long, may be ready for the loony bin himself.