Two Flags West Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Curtis Kenyon (Writer), Frank S. Nugent (Writer)

Script Synopsis:A group of confedarate prisoners is sent to a unionist fort in the west to help the local garrison to fight the indians.

Executive Suite Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Ernest Lehman (Screenplay), Cameron Hawley (Novel)

Script Synopsis:When the head of a large manufacturing firm dies suddenly from a stroke, his vice-presidents vie to see who will replace him.

Somebody Up There Likes Me Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Ernest Lehman (Screenplay), Rocky Graziano (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Rocky Graziano is building a career in crime, when he's finally caught and arrested. In jail, he is undisciplined, always getting into trouble. When he gets out after many years he has decided to start a new life. However, he is immediately drafted to the army, but even they can't keep him in line and he goes AWOL. Rocky discovers boxing as a way of earning quick money, and is discovered as a new talent.

West Side Story Script

Director:Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise
Written by:Jerome Robbins (Author), Arthur Laurents (Theatre Play), Jerome Robbins (Screenplay), Arthur Laurents (Screenplay), Ernest Lehman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:In the slums of the upper West Side of Manhattan, New York, a gang of Polish-American teenagers called the Jets compete with a rival gang of recently immigrated Puerto Ricans, the Sharks, to "own" the neighborhood streets. Tensions are high between the gangs but two kids, one from each rival gang, fall in love leading to tragedy.

The Sound Of Music Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Howard Lindsay (Screenplay), Russel Crouse (Screenplay), Ernest Lehman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music is a 1965 American musical film directed by Robert Wise and starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The film is based on the Broadway musical The Sound of Music, with songs written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. It was photographed in 70mm Todd-AO by Ted D. McCord. It won a total of five Academy Awards including Best Picture in 1965 and is one of the most popular musicals ever produced. The cast album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. Adjusted for inflation, it made $1.046 billion domestically at 2010 prices, putting it third on the list of all-time inflation-adjusted box office hits, behind Gone with the Wind and Star Wars. The movie is based on a postulant nun, Maria, who leaves her Abbey to become a Governess to a retired Austrian Naval Captain and his 7 children.

The Sand Pebbles Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Robert Anderson (Screenplay), Richard McKenna (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Engineer Jake Holman arrives aboard the gunboat U.S.S. San Pablo, assigned to patrol a tributary of the Yangtze in the middle of exploited and revolution-torn 1926 China. His iconoclasm and cynical nature soon clash with the "rice-bowl" system which runs the ship and the uneasy symbiosis between Chinese and foreigner on the river. Hostility towards the gunboat's presence reaches a climax when the boat must crash through a river-boom and rescue missionaries upriver at China Light Mission.

The Andromeda Strain Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Michael Crichton (Novel), Nelson Gidding (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A mysterious government project scrambles a team of scientists to investigate the cause of a spaceborne disease that kills nearly everyone in a small desert town. They find an extraterrestrial form of life that causes rapid, fatal clotting of the blood, and make some disturbing discoveries about the project as well.

Audrey Rose Script

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Frank De Felitta (Writer), Frank De Felitta (Novel)

Script Synopsis:A man is convinced that a young girl is the reincarnation of his own daughter Audrey Rose, who died in a fiery car accident, along with his wife, two minutes before the girl was born.

The Body Snatcher

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Philip MacDonald (Screenplay), Val Lewton (Screenplay), Robert Louis Stevenson (Story)

Script Synopsis:Edinburgh, 1831. Among those who undertake the illegal trade of grave robbery is Gray, ostensibly a cab driver. Formerly a medical student convicted of grave robbery, Gray holds a grudge against Dr. MacFarlane who had escaped detection and punishment.

The Day The Earth Stood Still

Director:Robert Wise
Written by:Edmund H. North (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An alien and a robot land on earth after World War II and tell mankind to be peaceful or face destruction. A classic science fiction film from Robert Wise with an exceptional message.