Ceiling Zero Script

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Year:1936
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Frank Wead (Screenplay), Frank Wead (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:War veteran pilots Dizzy Davis, Texas Clark and Jake Lee are working in an airline. Dizzy is fooling with one of the younger pilot's girl-friend and due to this he changes flights with Texas.
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The Crowd Roars Script

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Year:1932
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Howard Hawks (Story), Kubec Glasmon (Writer), Seton I. Miller (Writer), John Bright (Writer), Niven Busch (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Famous motor-racing champion Joe Greer returns to his hometown to compete in a local race. He discovers his younger brother has aspirations to become a racing champion, and during the race Joe loses his nerve when another driver is killed, leaving his brother to win. Joe's luck takes a plunge whilst his brother rises to height of fame.
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Scarface (1932) Script

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Year:1932
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Ben Hecht (Screenplay), Armitage Trail (Novel), John Lee Mahin (Dialogue), Seton I. Miller (Dialogue), W.R. Burnett (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:A murderous thug shoots his way to the top of the mobs while trying to protect his sister from the criminal life.
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Air Force Script

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Year:1943
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Dudley Nichols (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The crew of an Air Force bomber arrives in Pearl Harbor in the aftermath of the Japanese attack and is sent on to Manila to help with the defense of the Philippines.
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Sergeant York Script

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Year:1941
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Abem Finkel (Screenplay), Harry Chandlee (Screenplay), Howard Koch (Screenplay), John Huston (Screenplay), Alvin C. York (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Alvin York a hillbilly sharpshooter transforms himself from ruffian to religious pacifist. He is then called to serve his country and despite deep religious and moral objections to fighting becomes one of the most celebrated American heroes of WWI.
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Rio Lobo Script

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Year:1970
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Burton Wohl (Story), Burton Wohl (Screenplay), Leigh Brackett (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:After the Civil War, Cord McNally searches for the traitor whose perfidy caused the defeat of McNally's unit and the loss of a close friend.
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Bringing Up Baby Script

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Year:1938
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Dudley Nichols (Screenplay), Hagar Wilde (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:David Huxley is waiting to get a bone he needs for his museum collection. Through a series of strange circumstances, he meets Susan Vance, and the duo have a series of misadventures which include a leopard called Baby.
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To Have And Have Not Script

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Year:1944
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Jules Furthman (Screenplay), William Faulkner (Screenplay), Ernest Hemingway (Novel)

Script Synopsis:A Martinique charter boat skipper gets mixed up with the underground French resistance operatives during WWII.
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Red River Script

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Year:1948
Director:Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson
Written by:Borden Chase (Screenplay), Charles Schnee (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Headstrong Thomas Dunson starts a thriving Texas cattle ranch with the help of his faithful trail hand, Groot, and his protégé, Matthew Garth, an orphan Dunson took under his wing when Matt was a boy. In need of money following the Civil War, Dunson and Matt lead a cattle drive to Missouri, where they will get a better price than locally, but the crotchety older man and his willful young partner begin to butt heads on the exhausting journey.
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I Was A Male War Bride Script

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Year:1949
Director:Howard Hawks
Written by:Charles Lederer (Screenplay), Leonard Spigelgass (Screenplay), Hagar Wilde (Screenplay), Henri Rochard (Story)

Script Synopsis:Captain Henri Rochard is a French officer assigned to work with Lieut. Catherine Gates. Through a wacky series of misadventures, they fall in love and marry. When the war ends, Capt. Rochard tries to return to America with the other female war brides. Zany gender-confusing antics follow.
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