Second Fiddle Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:George Bradshaw (Story), Harry Tugend (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Studio publicist discovers Minnesota skating teacher and takes her to Hollywood. She goes back to Minnesota but he follows her.

One In A Million Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:Leonard Praskins (Screenplay), Mark Kelly (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:American theatrical manager (Menjou) discovers Henie preparing for the Olympics in Switzerland and brings her to Madison Square Garden.

Thin Ice Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:Boris Ingster (Screenplay), Milton Sperling (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Swiss hotel ski instructor (Henie) falls in love with a man (Power) who goes skiing every morning.

Hound Of The Baskervilles Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:Ernest Pascal (Screenplay), Arthur Conan Doyle (Novel)

Script Synopsis:On his uncle's death Sir Henry Baskerville returns from Canada to take charge of his ancestral hall on the desolate moors of Devonshire, and finds that Sherlock Holmes is there to investigate the local belief that his uncle was killed by a monster hound that has roamed the moors since 1650, and is likely to strike again at Sir Henry.

The Lemon Drop Kid Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:Edmund Beloin (Story), Damon Runyon (Story), Edmund L. Hartmann (Screenplay), Robert O'Brien (Screenplay), Frank Tashlin (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:When the Lemon Drop Kid accidentally cheats gangster Moose Moran (Fred Clark) out of his track winnings, the Kid promises to repay Moose the money by Christmas. Creating a fake charity for "Apple Annie" Nellie Thursday, the Kid tricks his gang into donning Santa suits and "collecting dough for old dolls" like Nellie who have nowhere to live. Radio personality Marilyn Maxwell assists as the Kid's girlfriend, while William Frawley and Jay C. Flippen play the lovable, gruff crooks that fall for the Kid's Santa scam.

Station West

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:Frank Fenton (Screenplay), Winston Miller (Screenplay), Luke Short (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Dick Powell is a stranger in town battling Raymond Burr... with only Jane Greer on his side.