The World’s Greatest Lover Script

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Year:1977
Director:Gene Wilder
Written by:Gene Wilder (Writer)

Script Synopsis:When frustrated movie studio mogul Adolph Zitz announces a talent search for a romantic leading man to rival the great Rudolph Valentino, thousands of hopefuls decend upon Hollywood. Rudy Valentine, a neurotic baker from Milwaukee, knows little about romance or acting. But when his wife leaves him for the real Valentino, Rudy goes to outrageous lengths to win the role of a lifetime and win back the love of his life.
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The Woman In Red Script

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Year:1984
Director:Gene Wilder
Written by:Jean-Loup Dabadie (Writer), Yves Robert (Writer)

Script Synopsis:When a happily married family man, who would never consider an affair, meets a beautiful woman in red, he is totally infatuated and desperate to make her acquaintance. However, as he tries out various schemes to sneak out to meet her, he realizes that adultery is not quite as easy as it looks.
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See No Evil Hear No Evil Script

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Year:1989
Director:Arthur Hiller
Written by:Earl Barret (Screenplay), Arne Sultan (Screenplay), Eliot Wald (Screenplay), Andrew Kurtzman (Screenplay), Gene Wilder (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A murder takes place in the shop of David Lyons, a deaf man who fails to hear the gunshot being fired. Outside, blind man Wally Karue hears the shot but cannot see the perpetrator. Both are arrested, but escape to form an unlikely partnership. Being chased by both the law AND the original killers, can the pair work together to outwit them all?
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Young Frankenstein

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Year:1974
Director:Mel Brooks
Written by:Mary Shelley (Novel), Gene Wilder (Screenplay), Mel Brooks (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A young neurosurgeon inherits the castle of his grandfather, the famous Dr. Victor von Frankenstein. In the castle he finds a funny hunchback, a pretty lab assistant and the elderly housekeeper. Young Frankenstein believes that the work of his grandfather was delusional, but when he discovers the book where the mad doctor described his reanimation experiment, he suddenly changes his mind.
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