Beverly Hills Ninja Script

Script by:Mark Feldberg (Screenplay), Mitchell Klebanoff (Screenplay)
Directed by:Dennis Dugan
Year:1997

Plot:Haru, an orphaned American who washes ashore in Japan and is mistaken for the great White Ninja of legend. Raised among the finest Ninjas, Haru grows strong and big – very big. With the grace of all Three Stooges rolled into one body, Haru is an embarrassment to his clan. But when a beautiful blonde pleads for his help, Haru is given one dangerous, disastrously funny chance to prove himself.

Beverly Hills Ninja (1997) Script

Script by:Mark Feldberg (Screenplay), Mitchell Klebanoff (Screenplay)
Directed by:Dennis Dugan
Year:1997

Plot:Haru, an orphaned American who washes ashore in Japan and is mistaken for the great White Ninja of legend. Raised among the finest Ninjas, Haru grows strong and big - very big. With the grace of all Three Stooges rolled into one body, Haru is an embarrassment to his clan. But when a beautiful blonde pleads for his help, Haru is given one dangerous, disastrously funny chance to prove himself.
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Saving Silverman Script

Script by:Hank Nelken (Screenplay), Greg DePaul (Screenplay)
Directed by:Dennis Dugan
Year:2001

Plot:A pair of buddies conspire to save their best friend from marrying the wrong woman, a cold-hearted beauty who snatches him from them and breaks up their Neil Diamond cover band.
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You Don’t Mess with the Zohan Script

Script by:Adam Sandler (Screenplay), Judd Apatow (Screenplay)
Directed by:Dennis Dugan
Year:2008

Plot:An Israeli counterterrorism soldier with a secretly fabulous ambition to become a Manhattan hairstylist. Zohan's desire runs so deep that he'll do anything -- including faking his own death and going head-to-head with an Arab cab driver -- to make his dreams come true.
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I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry Script

Script by:Barry Fanaro (Screenplay), Alexander Payne (Screenplay), Jim Taylor (Screenplay)
Directed by:Dennis Dugan
Year:2007

Plot:Firefighters Chuck Ford and Larry Valentine are guy's guys, loyal to the core -- which is why when widower Larry asks Chuck to pose as his gay lover so that he can get domestic partner benefits for his kids, his buddy agrees. Things get dicey, however, when a bureaucrat comes calling, and the boys are forced to present a picture of domestic bliss.
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