Gone with the Wind Script

Year:1939
Director:Victor Fleming, George Cukor, Sam Wood
Written by:Margaret Mitchell (Novel), Sidney Howard (Screenplay), Oliver H.P. Garrett (Writer), Ben Hecht (Writer), Jo Swerling (Writer), John Van Druten (Writer)

Script Synopsis:An American classic in which a manipulative woman and a roguish man carry on a turbulent love affair in the American south during the Civil War and Reconstruction.
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A Day at the Races Script

Year:1937
Director:Sam Wood
Written by:Robert Pirosh (Screenplay), George Seaton (Screenplay), George Oppenheimer (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Doctor Hugo Hackenbush, Tony, and Stuffy try and save Judy's farm by winning a big race with her horse. There are a few problems. Hackenbush runs a high priced clinic for the wealthy who don't know he has his degree in Veterinary Medicine.
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A Night At The Opera Script

Year:1935
Director:Sam Wood
Written by:Morrie Ryskind (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The Marx Brothers take on high society. Two lovers who are both in opera are prevented from being together by the man's lack of acceptance as an operatic tenor. Pulling several typical Marx Brothers' stunts, they arrange for the normal tenor to be absent so that the young lover can get his chance.
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For Whom The Bell Tolls Script

Year:1943
Director:Sam Wood
Written by:Ernest Hemingway (Novel), Dudley Nichols (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Spain in the 1930s is the place to be for a man of action like Robert Jordan. There is a civil war going on and Jordan who has joined up on the side that appeals most to idealists of that era -- like Ernest Hemingway and his friends -- has been given a high-risk assignment up in the mountains. He awaits the right time to blow up a bridge in a cave.
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Goodbye Mr. Chips

Year:1939
Director:Sam Wood
Written by:R.C. Sherriff (Screenplay), Claudine West (Screenplay), James Hilton (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Goodbye, Mr. Chips, based on James Hilton's novel, is a melodrama about a shy British teacher named Mr. Chipping (Robert Donat) who devotes his life to teaching "his boys" after the death of his lovely, energetic American wife Katherine (Greer Garson). Told via flashbacks, the film features an aged Mr. Chipping looking back nostalgically at his long career, taking note of the people who've touched his life over the years. Donat was the recipient of a Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of the title character, and the film features the debut performance of a young Garson.
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