Honky Tonk Freeway Script

Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:Ticlaw, a small town in Florida, has only one attraction: a safari park. The government constructs a freeway that passes near Ticlaw, but decides not to put an exit into the town. The people of Ticlaw, leaded by it's Mayor, will do anything in order to convince the governor to alter the project.

The Day Of The Locust Script

Script by:Nathanael West (Novel), Waldo Salt (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:Hollywood, 1930s. Tod Hackett, a young painter who tries to make his way as an art director in the lurid world of film industry, gets infatuated with his neighbor Faye Greener, an aspiring actress who prefers the life that Homer Simpson, a lone accountant, can offer her.

The Innocent Script

Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:A young engineer is sent to post-WWII Berlin to help the Americans in spying on the Russians. In a time and place where discretion is still a man’s best friend, he falls in love with a mysterious woman who will take him on the dark side of evil.

Madame Sousatzka Script

Script by:Bernice Rubens (Novel), John Schlesinger (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:In London, eccentric piano instructor Madame Sousatzka takes on a new prize protégé, Manek, a teenage Bengali immigrant who displays incredible talent. Manek forms a close bond with his teacher, but soon discovers that she expects her pupils to become disciplined in all areas of life, and not just behind the piano

The Next Best Thing Script

Script by:Tom Ropelewski (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:A comedy-drama about best friends - one a straight woman, Abbie, the other a gay man, Robert - who decide to have a child together. Five years later, Abbie falls in love with a straight man and wants to move away with her and Robert's little boy Sam, and a nasty custody battle ensues.

Marathon Man Script

Script by:William Goldman (Novel), William Goldman (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:A graduate student and obsessive runner in New York is drawn into a mysterious plot involving his brother, a member of the secretive Division.

Midnight Cowboy (1969) Script

Script by:Waldo Salt (Screenplay), James Leo Herlihy (Novel)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:Joe Buck is a wide-eyed hustler from Texas hoping to score big with wealthy New York City women; he finds a companion in Enrico "Ratso" Rizzo, an ailing swindler with a bum leg and a quixotic fantasy of escaping to Florida.

Midnight Cowboy Script

Script by:Waldo Salt (Screenplay), James Leo Herlihy (Novel)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:A naive male prostitute and his sickly friend struggle to survive on the streets of New York City.

Darling Script

Script by:Frederic Raphael (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Schlesinger

Plot:The swinging London, early sixties. Beautiful but shallow, Diana Scott is a professional advertising model, a failed actress, a vocationally bored woman, who toys with the affections of several men while gaining fame and fortune.