The Unholy Garden Script

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Director:George Fitzmaurice
Written by:Ben Hecht (Screenplay), Ben Hecht (Dialogue), Charles MacArthur (Screenplay), Charles MacArthur (Dialogue), John Lee Mahin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:At a hotel in the middle of the Sahara, an old man and his daughter try to keep the location of a hidden treasure from a collection of thieves and criminals staying at the hotel who are determined to get it. A suave gentleman thief arrives at the hotel one day with his own plan to get the loot, but complications ensue when he begins to fall for the daughter.

Scarface (1932) Script

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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.

No Time For Sergeants Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Ira Levin (Theatre Play), Mac Hyman (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Georgia farm boy Will Stockdale is about to bust with pride. He’s been drafted. Will’s ready. But is Uncle Sam ready for Will? In No Time for Sergeants, Andy Griffith is certifiably funny in the role that clinched his stardom. Wearing a friendly, wide grin, he ambles into the U.S. Air Force – and lots of folks’ll never be the same.

Johnny Eager Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:James Edward Grant (Story), James Edward Grant (Screenplay), John Lee Mahin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A charming racketeer seduces the DA's daughter for revenge, then falls in love.

Boom Town Script

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Director:Jack Conway
Written by:John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), James Edward Grant (Story)

Script Synopsis:McMasters and Sand come to oil towns to get rich. Betsey comes West intending to marry Sand but marries McMasters instead. Getting rich and losing it all teaches McMasters and Sand the value of personal ties.

Red Dust Script

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Director:Victor Fleming
Written by:John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Wilson Collison (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:Dennis, owner of a rubber plantation in Cochinchina, is involved with Vantine, who left Saigon to evade the police; but when his new surveyor, Gary, arrives along with his refined but sensual wife, Barbara, Dennis gets infatuated by her.

Bombshell Script

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Director:Victor Fleming
Written by:John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Jules Furthman (Screenplay), Caroline Francke (Theatre Play), Mack Crane (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:A glamorous film star rebels against the studio, her pushy press agent and a family of hangers-on.

Naughty Marietta Script

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Director:Robert Z. Leonard, W.S. Van Dyke
Written by:Rida Johnson Young (Novel), John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Frances Goodrich (Screenplay), Albert Hackett (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A French princess in Colonial America gets involved with a mercenary.

Captain’s Courageous Script

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Director:Victor Fleming
Written by:Rudyard Kipling (Novel), John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Dale Van Every (Screenplay), Marc Connelly (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Harvey, the arrogant and spoiled son of an indulgent absentee-father, falls overboard from a transatlantic steamship and is rescued by a fishing vessel on the Grand Banks. Harvey fails to persuade them to take him ashore, nor convince the crew of his wealth. The captain offers him a low-paid job, until they return to port, as part of the crew that turns him into a mature, considerate young man.

Tortilla Flat Script

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Director:Victor Fleming
Written by:John Steinbeck (Novel), John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Benjamin Glazer (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Danny, a poor northern Californian Mexican-American, inherits two houses from his grandfather and is quickly taken advantage of by his vagabond friends.