I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:Howard J. Green (Screenplay), Sheridan Gibney (Screenplay), Brown Holmes (Screenplay), Robert E. Burns (Story)

Script Synopsis:A World War I veteran’s dreams of becoming a master architect evaporate in the cold light of economic realities. Things get even worse when he’s falsely convicted of a crime and sent to work on a chain gang.

Gold Diggers of 1933 Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:James Seymour (Screenplay), David Boehm (Dialogue), Erwin S. Gelsey (Screenplay), Avery Hopwood (Theatre Play), Ben Markson (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:Things get tough for Carol and her showgirl pals, Trixie and Polly, when the Great Depression kicks in and all the Broadway shows close down. Wealthy songwriter Brad saves the day by funding a new Depression-themed musical for the girls to star in, but when his stuffy high-society brother finds out and threatens to disown Brad, Carol and her gold-digging friends scheme to keep the show going, hooking a couple of millionaires along the way.

Wake Me When It’s Over Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy

Script Synopsis:The war may be over, but that doesn't keep the hapless Gus Brubaker from being drafted and posted on a forgotten little Japanese Island...and that's just the beginning of this wacky Air Force adventure!

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.

Mister Roberts Script

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Director:John Ford, Mervyn LeRoy, Joshua Logan
Written by:Frank S. Nugent (Screenplay), Joshua Logan (Screenplay), Thomas Heggen (Theatre Play), Joshua Logan (Theatre Play), Thomas Heggen (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Mr. Roberts is as an officer who's yearning for battle but is stuck in the backwaters of World War II on a non-commissioned Navy ship run by the bullying Captain Morton.

Little Caesar Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:W.R. Burnett (Novel), Francis Edward Faragoh (Screenplay), Francis Edward Faragoh (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:A small-time hood shoots his way to the top, but how long can he stay there?

Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:Dalton Trumbo (Screenplay), Ted W. Lawson (Story)

Script Synopsis:In the wake of Pearl Harbor, a young lieutenant leaves his expectant wife to volunteer for a secret bombing mission which will take the war to the Japanese homeland.

The Bad Seed Script

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Director:Mervyn LeRoy
Written by:John Lee Mahin (Screenplay), Maxwell Anderson (Theatre Play), William March (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Air Force Colonel Kenneth Penmark and his wife, Christine, dote on their daughter, Rhoda -- as does their lonely landlady, Monica Breedlove. But self-centered Rhoda has a secret tendency for selfishness and loves to accumulate gifts, whether given or stolen, in her room. Christine keeps her knowledge of her daughter's darker side to herself, but when a schoolmate of Rhoda's dies mysteriously, her self-deception unravels.

The Wizard of Oz

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Director:Victor Fleming, George Cukor, Mervyn LeRoy, King Vidor
Written by:L. Frank Baum (Author), Noel Langley (Screenplay), Florence Ryerson (Screenplay), Edgar Allan Woolf (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Young Dorothy finds herself in a magical world where she makes friends with a lion, a scarecrow and a tin man as they make their way along the yellow brick road to talk with the Wizard and ask for the things they miss most in their lives. The Wicked Witch of the West is the only thing that could stop them.