Harper Script

Director:Jack Smight
Written by:William Goldman (Screenplay), Ross Macdonald (Novel)

Script Synopsis:Harper is a cynical private eye in the best tradition of Bogart. He even has Bogie's Baby hiring him to find her missing husband, getting involved along the way with an assortment of unsavory characters and an illegal-alien smuggling ring.

The Chamber Script

Director:James Foley
Written by:John Grisham (Author), William Goldman (Screenplay), Chris Reese (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Having survived the hatred and bigotry that was his Klansman grandfather's only legacy, young attorney Adam Hall seeks at the last minute to appeal the old man's death sentence for the murder of two small Jewish boys 30 years before. Only four weeks before Sam Cayhall is to be executed, Adam meets his grandfather for the first time in the Mississippi prison which has held him since the crime. The meeting is predictably tense when the educated, young Mr. "Hall" confronts his venom-spewing elder, Mr. "Cayhall," about the murders. The next day, headlines run proclaiming Adam the grandson who has come to the state to save his grandfather, the infamous Ku Klux Klan bomber. While the old man's life lies in the balance, Adam's motivation in fighting this battle becomes clear as the story unfolds. Not only does he fight for his grandfather, but perhaps for himself as well. He has come to heal the wounds of his own father's suicide...

The Hot Rock Script

Director:Peter Yates
Written by:Donald E. Westlake (Novel), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Dortmunder and his pals plan to steal a huge diamond from a museum. But this turns out to be only the first time they have to steal it...

The Stepford Wives Script

Director:Bryan Forbes
Written by:Ira Levin (Novel), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The urban aspirant photographer Joanna Eberhart moves from Manhattan to Stepford, Connecticut with her family. Her husband Walter Eberhart decided to live in a calm suburb, but Joanna did not like the neighborhood with beautiful and perfect housewives. She becomes friend of Bobbie Markowe and Charmaine Wimperis, and when they change Joanna tries to escape.

Butch And Sundance: The Early Days Script

Director:Richard Lester
Written by:William Goldman (Characters), Allan Burns (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A "prequel" of sorts to "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," chronicling the two outlaws' lives in the years before the events portrayed in the Newman/Redford movie.

Chaplin Script

Director:Richard Attenborough
Written by:David Robinson (Novel), Charles Chaplin (Novel), William Boyd (Screenplay), Bryan Forbes (Screenplay), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A film about the troubled and controversial life of the master comedy filmmaker.

Memoirs Of An Invisible Man Script

Director:John Carpenter
Written by:H.F. Saint (Novel), Robert Collector (Screenplay), Dana Olsen (Screenplay), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:After a freak accident, an invisible yuppie runs for his life from a treacherous CIA official while trying to cope with his new life.

The Year Of The Comet Script

Director:Peter Yates
Written by:William Goldman (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Year of the Comet is a 1992 romantic comedy adventure film about the pursuit of the most valuable bottle of wine in history. The title refers to the year it was bottled, 1811, which was known for the Great Comet of 1811, and also as one of the best years in history for European wine.

Fierce Creatures Script

Director:Robert Young, Fred Schepisi
Written by:John Cleese (Screenplay), Iain Johnstone (Screenplay), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Ex-policeman Rollo Lee is sent to run Marwood Zoo, the newly acquired business of a New Zealand tycoon. In order to meet high profit targets and keep the zoo open, Rollo enforces a new 'fierce creatures' policy, whereby only the most impressive and dangerous animals are allowed to remain in the zoo. However, the keepers are less enthusiastic about complying with these demands.

Magic Script

Director:Richard Attenborough
Written by:William Goldman (Novel), William Goldman (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A ventriloquist is at the mercy of his vicious dummy while he tries to renew a romance with his high school sweetheart.