Supernova Script

Script by:Daniel Chuba (Screenplay)
Directed by:Walter Hill, Jack Sholder, Francis Ford Coppola

Plot:Set in the 22nd century, when a battered salvage ship sends out a distress signal, the seasoned crew of the rescue hospital ship Nova-17 responds. What they find is a black hole--that threatens to destroy both ships--and a mysterious survivor whose body quickly mutates into a monstrous and deadly form.

The Getaway Script

Script by:Walter Hill (Screenplay), Jim Thompson (Novel)
Directed by:Sam Peckinpah

Plot:A recently released ex-con and his loyal wife go on the run after a heist goes awry.

The Warriors Script

Script by:David Shaber (Screenplay), Sol Yurick (Screenplay)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:Prominent gang leader Cyrus calls a meeting of New York's gangs to set aside their turf wars and take over the city. At the meeting, a rival leader kills Cyrus, but a Coney Island gang called the Warriors is wrongly blamed for Cyrus' death. Before you know it, the cops and every gangbanger in town is hot on the Warriors' trail.

The Thief Who Came to Dinner Script

Script by:Walter Hill (Screenplay), Walter Hill (Writer)
Directed by:Bud Yorkin

Plot:A computer programmer decides to become a thief. And when he starts making waves an insurance investigator hounds him. He also meets a woman who becomes his accomplice.

Streets of Fire Script

Script by:Larry Gross (Scenario Writer), Walter Hill (Writer)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:Raven Shaddock and his gang of merciless biker friends kidnap rock singer Ellen Aim. Ellen's former lover, soldier-for-hire Tom Cody, happens to be passing through town on a visit. In an attempt to save his star act, Ellen's manager hires Tom to rescue her. Along with a former soldier, they battle through dangerous cityscapes, determined to get Ellen back.

Southern Comfort Script

Script by:Walter Hill (Screenplay), Michael Kane (Screenplay), David Giler (Screenplay)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:A squad of National Guards on an isolated weekend exercise in the Louisiana swamp must fight for their lives when they anger local Cajuns by stealing their canoes. Without live ammunition and in a strange country, their experience begins to mirror the Vietnam experience.

Red Heat Script

Script by:Walter Hill (Screenplay), Harry Kleiner (Screenplay), Troy Kennedy Martin (Screenplay)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:A tough Russian policeman is forced to partner up with a cocky Chicago police detective when he is sent to Chicago to apprehend a Georgian drug lord who killed his partner and fled the country.

Hard Times (1975) Script

Script by:Bruce Henstell (Story), Walter Hill (Screenplay), Bryan Gindoff (Screenplay), Bruce Henstell (Screenplay), Bryan Gindoff (Story)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:In the depression, Chaney, a strong silent streetfighter, joins with Speed, a promoter of no-holds-barred street boxing bouts. They go to New Orleans where Speed borrows money to set up fights for Chaney, but Speed gambles away any winnings.

The Driver Script

Script by:Walter Hill (Screenplay)
Directed by:Walter Hill

Plot:The Driver specializes in driving getaway cars for robberies. His exceptional talent has prevented him from being caught yet. After another successful flight from the police a self-assured detective makes it his primary goal to catch the Driver. He promises pardons to a gang if they help to convict him in a set-up robbery. The Driver seeks help from The Player to mislead the detective.