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LEON’S SCRIPT COLLECTION

 

A selection of various film scripts from my own personal collection to wet the appetites of movie fans and future screenwriting hopefuls.

 

WHAT’S NEW

 

7/14/01: Aliens Beneath the Sea!

After two months, I'm back. And what have I got to show for my absence? Nothing more than a single script. And for a 50's B-movie, nonetheless. Oh, well. Enjoy

Atomic Submarine

Subs are strangely disappearing around the North Pole, and the atomic sub (hence, the title) Tiger Shark, and her crew - of course - are sent to investigate. This film bears a few notable similarities with James Cameron's sci-fi epic, The Abyss:

1) The Opening: A submarine is sunk by a glowing object which quickly zooms by.
2) The Climax: First contact aboard a gigantic living ship.
3) A conflict between military and scientific procedures.

Of course, with similarities come differences:

1) The aliens are far from benevolent.
2) The logic is far from plausible.
3) The military way is the right way.

 

WHAT WAS NEW

 

FILM SCRIPTS

 

Atomic Submarine
Screenplay by Orville H. Hampton
Revised
5/15/59
116pgs.

Evil Dead (Book Of The Dead)
by Sam Raimi
10/13/79
66pgs.

Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn
by Sam Raimi, Scott Spiegel
Seventh Draft
May 5, 1986
108pgs.

Fantastic Voyage
Screenplay by Harry Kleiner
Final
December 22, 1964
142pgs.

Godzilla
by Dean Devlin & Roland Emmerich
First Draft
12/19/96
130pgs.

Invaders From Mars
Original Screenplay by John Tucker Battle
88pgs.

Invaders From Mars
Screenplay by Dan O’Bannon & Don Jakoby
Second Draft
December 1984
103pgs.

The Thing From Another World
Screenplay by Charles Lederer
Based on the story "Who Goes There?" by John W. Campbell, Jr.
8/29/50
148pgs.

Things To Come
A Film Treatment by H. G. Wells
1935
N/Apgs.

The Time Machine
Screenplay by David Duncan
Draft revised thru 6-25-59
119pgs. missing 13, 16, 89A, 90

The War Of The Worlds
by Barré Lyndon
Final White
December 18, 1951
120pgs.

 

LINKS

 

Film Manuskript Arkiven (FMA). Probably the best selection of screenplays on the web.

The Movie Page. A great index for downloadable scripts.

Simply Scripts. Another great index for downloadable scripts.

Scriptcrawler. And yet another great index for downloadable scripts.

 

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