Which Way Is Up? Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Carl Gottlieb (Writer), Lina Wertmüller (Writer), Sonny Gordon (Writer), Cecil Brown (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Richard Pryor plays three roles - a beleaguered, sex-starved farm worker named Leroy Jones; the farm worker's randy old father Rufus; and the hypocritical town preacher Rev. Lenox Thomas - and Pryor has never been so outrageously funny. The lives and love lives of these three men cross and crisscross as Leroy tries to get his life back on track.

Krush Groove Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Ralph Farquhar (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Russell Walker is a young, successful manager of rap performers, handling acts for the Krush Groove label, including Run-DMC and The Fat Boys. When Run-D.M.C. has a hit record and Russell needs more money to press more copies, he borrows it from a street hustler and soon regrets his decision.

Cooley High Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Eric Monte (Writer)

Script Synopsis:In the mid-1960s, a group of high school friends who live on the Near North Side of Chicago enjoy life to the fullest...parties, hanging out, meeting new friends. Then life changes for two of the guys when they meet a pair of career criminals and get falsely arrested in connection with stealing a Cadillac. We follow their lives through the end of high school and the dramatic end to their school.

Car Wash Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Joel Schumacher (Author)

Script Synopsis:This day-in-the-life cult comedy focuses on a group of friends working at Sully Boyar's Car Wash in the Los Angeles ghetto. The team meets dozens of eccentric customers -- including a smooth-talking preacher, a wacky cab driver and an ex-convict -- while cracking politically incorrect jokes to a constant soundtrack of disco and funk. Some of the workers find romance as the day moves along, but most are just happy to get through another shift.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Script

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Director:Michael Schultz

Script Synopsis:A small town band makes it big, but loses track of their roots, as they get caught up into the big-time machinations of the music biz. Now, they must thwart a plot to destroy their home town. Built around the music of the beatles, this musical uses some big name groups like Peter Frampton and Aerosmith.

Scavenger Hunt Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Steven Vail (Story), John Thomson (Adaptation), Gerry Woolery (Adaptation), Steven Vail (Screenplay), Henry Harper (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Old Mr. Parker has made millions inventing and selling games. At the beginning of the movie, he dies and his relatives gather for the reading of the will. However, Old Mr. Parker is a game player to the last, and his will stipulates a Scavenger Hunt to determine which relative will get the inheritance. The winner of the scavenger hunt gets all the money, the rest get nothing.

Carbon Copy Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Stanley Shapiro (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A middle-aged married wealthy white corporate executive is surprised to discover that he has a working-class black teen-age son who wants to be adopted into the almost-exclusively-white upper-middle-class community of San Marino, California.

The Last Dragon Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Louis Venosta (Author)

Script Synopsis:A young man searches for the "master" to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as the glow. Along the way he must fight an evil martial arts expert and rescue a beautiful singer from an obsessed music promoter.

Disorderlies Script

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Director:Michael Schultz
Written by:Mark Feldberg (Screenplay), Mitchell Klebanoff (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:As not-quite-orderlies who're downright Disorderlies, rap-music favorites The Fat Boys rule. Playing the freewheeling caretakers of the frail Dennison (Hollywood legend Ralph Bellamy), they stir up a comedic culture clash in Palm Beach society that only proves laughter is the best medicine this side of a tax refund.