Washington Square Script

Script by:Henry James (Novel), Carol Doyle (Screenplay)
Directed by:Agnieszka Holland

Plot:Set in 1870's New York, a spinster heiress is courted by a much younger, penniless man, much to the chagrin of her over-protective father, and must decide whether to spend the rest of her life alone, or marry a man who is interested in her only because of her inheritence.

Which Way Is Up? Script

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

Plot: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.

Welcome Home (2015) Script

Script by:Jonathan Zeichner (Writer)
Directed by:James Head

Plot:After a hugely successful debut novel, Stewart Paylor is supposed to be delivering chapters of his new book. Unbeknownst to everyone around him, including Cynthia, his literary agent/girlfriend, Stewart has writer’s block and has not written a word. His life goes even further astray when he returns home from a vacation to find a homeless mother, Cassandra, and her two children, 12-year old Jake and 9-year old Vera have been squatting in his house, with nowhere to go.

Welcome Home Script

Script by:Maggie Kleinman (Writer)
Directed by:Franklin J. Schaffner

Plot:An Air Force officer (Kris Kristofferson) returns to his father (Brian Keith), son and remarried wife (JoBeth Williams) in Vermont after 17 years in Vietnam.

Where the Boys Are Script

Script by:Stu Krieger (Screenplay), Glendon Swarthout (Novel), Jeff Burkhart (Screenplay)
Directed by:Hy Averback

Plot:Four curvy college co-eds head south to Ft. Lauderdale on a spring break fun-seeking trek in this free wheeling comedy that's an 80's update on the original film! Carole (Lorna Luft, Grease 2), taking a separate vacation from her steady, winds up as a contender in a Hot Bod Contest! Jennie (Lisa Hartman, Knots Landing) is doubly lucky, courted by both a rich, classic pianist as well as a devil-may-care rocker (Russell Todd, Chopping Mall).

White Mischief Script

Script by:Jonathan Gems (Screenplay), Michael Radford (Screenplay), James Fox (Novel)
Directed by:Michael Radford

Plot:A millionaire past his prime and his young wife arrive in Kenya circa 1940 to find that the other affluent British expatriates are living large as the homefront gears up for war. They are busy swapping partners, doing drugs, and attending lavish parties and horse races. She begins a torrid affair with one of the bon vivants, and her husband finds out and confronts them. The husband and wife decide to break up peacefully, but the bon vivant is murdered and all the evidence points to the husband.

Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? Script

Script by:Herb Gardner (Screenplay)
Directed by:Ulu Grosbard

Plot:Georgie Soloway, a pop hit love song writer who cannot love, himself, or others. He spends his days with various women flying his plane, and dropping in to the world around him.

Wildfire Script

Script by:Zalman King (Writer), Matthew Bright (Writer), Matthew Bright (Story)
Directed by:Zalman King

Plot:Since they met the first time in boarding school as little kids, it was obvious that the orphans Kay and Dave would become a couple. But at sixteen, Dave foolishly attempted to rob a bank with a water pistol, and ended up in jail for eight years. Meanwhile Kay was sent to foster parents, where she met the successful business man Mike, whom she married and bore two kids. Now Frank is released from prison and immediately starts wooing Kay again. Although she's happy with Mike, she can't withdraw herself completely. Old memories and her husband's jealousy make her spend more and more time with him.