The Man Who Came to Dinner Script

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Year:1942
Director:William Keighley
Written by:Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay), George S. Kaufman (Theatre Play), Moss Hart (Theatre Play)

Script Synopsis:An acerbic critic wreaks havoc when a hip injury forces him to move in indefinitely with a Midwestern family.
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Arsenic And Old Lace Script

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Year:1944
Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Joseph Kesselring (Theatre Play), Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Mortimer Brewster, a newspaper drama critic, playwright and author known for his diatribes against marriage, suddenly falls in love and gets married; but when he makes a quick trip home to tell his two maiden aunts, he finds out his aunts' hobby - killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar!
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Yankee Doodle Dandy Script

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Year:1942
Director:Michael Curtiz
Written by:Robert Buckner (Screenplay), Edmund Joseph (Screenplay), Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A film of the life of the renowned musical composer, playwright, actor, dancer and singer George M. Cohan.
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Brothers Karamazov Script

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Year:1958
Director:Richard Brooks
Written by:Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Richard Brooks (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Ryevsk, Russia, 1870. Tensions abound in the Karamazov family. Fyodor is a wealthy libertine who holds his purse strings tightly. His four grown sons include Dmitri, the eldest, an elegant officer, always broke and at odds with his father, betrothed to Katya, herself lovely and rich. The other brothers include a sterile aesthete, a factotum who is a bastard, and a monk. Family tensions erupt when Dmitri falls in love with one of his father's mistresses, the coquette Grushenka. Two brothers see Dmitri's jealousy of their father as an opportunity to inherit sooner. Acts of violence lead to the story's conclusion: trials of honor, conscience, forgiveness, and redemption.
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Cross of Iron

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Year:1977
Director:Sam Peckinpah
Written by:Willi Heinrich (Novel), Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), James Hamilton (Screenplay), Walter Kelley (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:It is 1943, and the German army—ravaged and demoralised—is hastily retreating from the Russian front. In the midst of the madness, conflict brews between the aristocratic yet ultimately pusillanimous Captain Stransky and the courageous Corporal Steiner. Stransky is the only man who believes that the Third Reich is still vastly superior to the Russian army. However, within his pompous persona lies a quivering coward who longs for the Iron Cross so that he can return to Berlin a hero. Steiner, on the other hand is cynical, defiantly non-conformist and more concerned with the safety of his own men rather than the horde of military decorations offered to him by his superiors.
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Casablanca Script

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Year:1942
Director:Michael Curtiz
Written by:Murray Burnett (Author), Joan Alison (Author), Julius J. Epstein (Screenplay), Philip G. Epstein (Screenplay), Howard Koch (Screenplay), Casey Robinson (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:In Casablanca, Morocco in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.
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