More American Graffiti Script

Script by:Bill L. Norton (Writer), George Lucas (Characters), Gloria Katz (Characters), Willard Huyck (Characters)
Directed by:Bill L. Norton

Plot:College graduates deal with Vietnam and other issues of the late '60s.

French Postcards Script

Script by:Gloria Katz (Writer), Willard Huyck (Writer)
Directed by:Willard Huyck

Plot:French Postcards rings both comic and true. The believable, fresh-faced characters are young naives from American colleges spending their French-English dictionaries, they compulsively seek out hundreds of monuments, romanticize the nomadic artist's life, and look for grown-up love. The French tutor them well, as befits their reputation. Jean Rochefort is the harassed headmaster with a hankering for affairs, and Marie-France Pisier is his very sexy wife. Watch for a newcomer named Debra Winger, and another-Mandy Patinkin.

Lucky Lady Script

Script by:Willard Huyck (Author), Gloria Katz (Author)
Directed by:Stanley Donen

Plot:When an American booze smuggler gets murdered in Prohibition-era Mexico, his widow, a nightclub singer, joins forces with her lover and a desperate loner to become rum-runners to the U.S.

Best Defense Script

Script by:Willard Huyck (Screenplay), Gloria Katz (Screenplay), Robert Grossbach (Novel)
Directed by:Willard Huyck

Plot:Wylie is a lazy engineer. Landry is a Sergeant specialising in Armour. They have never met but their lives become entangled when Landry must take the tank Wylie designed into combat. Wylie is waiting for his employer to go out of business when he meets another engineer who gives him a disk with the plans for a system that will save his employer. The other engineer is dead moments later leaving Wylie with the disk and credit for the design. Suddenly Wylie is no longer a hack, but the saviour of his company and finds his life is no longer the same.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Script

Script by:Willard Huyck (Screenplay), Gloria Katz (Screenplay)
Directed by:Steven Spielberg

Plot:After arriving in India, Indiana Jones is asked by a desperate village to find a mystical stone. He agrees – and stumbles upon a secret cult plotting a terrible plan in the catacombs of an ancient palace.

American Graffiti Script

Script by:George Lucas (Screenplay), Gloria Katz (Screenplay), Willard Huyck (Screenplay)
Directed by:George Lucas

Plot:A couple of high school graduates spend one final night cruising the strip with their buddies before they go off to college.