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By Robin Sen.

A college grad and her friend pursue a writing career in the city. Instead of finding jobs they embark on binges of sexual release with unsavory men. Angela finally finds her voice from TV interviews.

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(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 11/30/2013 )

By Robin Sen.

While trying to improve the grades of a nine year-old girl, five not-so-smart friends wind up kidnapping Geena Davis, chasing aliens with William Shatner and working as top secret decoders for the government.

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(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 11/30/2013 )

By Robin Sen.

A stand-up comedian and impressionist working in an underworld nightclub is caught between loyalties when forced to work undercover for warring Irish and Italian mobsters, and the FBI.

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(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 11/30/2013 )

By Robin Sen.

To save his own life, a street-wise teen is forced to use the survival skills taught to him by a boot camp for troubled youths when he stumbles upon another boy's murder, a teen girl drug addict, and the group's dark secret.

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(Posted: 12/02/2002; Updated: 11/30/2013 )

By James B. Jackson.

'Tonic' spring water is discovered in the Australian Desert Outback, circa 1910, which has some 'strange effects' on the local chiXXXen ranchers, and towns people especially during the big V. Agra Founders Day celebration. A gang of inept thugs, not unlike the Three Stooges, attempt to steal the special water for chiXXXen rancher, retired English Army Bird Colonel, Horalot Slanders, and his former Sergeant Major, Kent Duckee (fried?). Western Comedy ala Blazing Saddles/Austin Powers. WGA#727533. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: 07/15/2002; Updated: 10/30/2011 )

By Mark Mc Quown.

Chinese, American Julie Lee buys a Ch'ing Dynasty story fan in Hong Kong and returns to her home in Los Angeles. When she arrives home she is kidnapped, threatened, robbed and finally, in the end, she is persuaded to help a family of art thieves discover the resting place of a three hundred year old family treasure whose map is painted on the face of Julie's fan. This is a romantic comedy about art, art thieves, forgeries and fakes and takes place between Hong Kong and Los Anageles.

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(Posted: 03/15/2001; Updated: 05/31/2010 )

By Richard Fowles.

-- 'Basic Instinct' goes digital -- Matt Doppel, a recovering addict and CyberVice cop gets "virtually" involved with Sable, an online sex-site prostitute. After several of her clients turn up (ahem) stiff, Matt struggles to find out if Sable is a lover or nemesis, a man or woman, a victim or killer.

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(Posted: 01/30/2001; Updated: 02/02/2010 )

By Joan Jeby Fine.

“Nancy Drew” doubles its mystery and fun when a Caucasian and an Afro-American girl team up to form a plan worthy of the FBI. Using their creativity and their courage, they outsmart a malicious landlord, keep their friendship and grow up a little in the process.

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(Posted: 01/25/2001; Updated: 09/05/2012 )

By Joan Jeby Fine.

A military brat teams up with a native boy to find adventure in this fantasy set in Hawaii and meet “Jaws” along the way. More than cultures collide when intrigue threatens on the beach and below the ocean.

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(Posted: 01/25/2001; Updated: 09/05/2012 )

By Joan Jeby Fine.

Four heirs compete to gain control of the family fortune when a will pits them against each other in this slapstick ensemble comedy. Abigail Adams, John Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Millard Fillmore don’t necessarily do their namesakes proud when actress, gambler, family man and lawyer play a dangerously funny combination of “Beat the Clock” and “Wheel of Fortune.”

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(Posted: 01/25/2001; Updated: 09/05/2012 )

By James B. Jackson.

Longtime covert CIA assassin, and now retired New Orleans police SWAT cop must deal with a terrorist attack on the local nuclear power plant, and serial murders during Mardi Gras in New Orleans, pre-Katrina, and before 9-11, and then hunt down and kill tribal chief in the Sahara Desert using a special sniper rifle called the 'Longbow'. Actually written before 9-11 by a former Air Force Historian with similarities, by coincidence, to the real event. Script taken off the market for several years, revised, and now available as a major motion picture. Synopsis PDF Excerpt

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(Posted: ; Updated: 08/08/2012 )

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