Get The Hell On/Off

A mother's dim wit, a child's mischievous behavior, and a father's blasé attitude on child rearing clash in a harrowing experience that has the mother close to a nervous breakdown.

Johnny uses the word 'hell' too often for his mother's liking. Dad sits next to Mom on the couch nonchalantly reading the paper. Mom tries to curb Johnny’s mouthy enthusiasm but he just ignores her while he peddles his go-cart and picks up his imaginary friends at a make-believe bus stop in the family living room. He's not the friendliest of wagon masters but he’s just a kid, right? Well, in the battle of wills, Mom’s no match for this determined eight-year-old wannabe-bus-driver who doesn’t take any crap from anyone. Mom, if she’s not careful, may lose more than just her patience.

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Short Screenplay
Author Bio:
Robert has written 2 novels, 2 non-fiction books, 12 screenplays and 3 stage plays since retiring in 1998. His body of work has been recognized as finalist or better in over 180 festival, stage, book and screenplay competitions around the world. These placements include novel successes in Faulkner/Wisdom Creative Writing contest, Norumbego Fiction Award, Chesterfield, Writer's Network, Dana Awards, Frontiers in Writing, SFWP (Santa Fe), etc. His screenplays and stage plays combined have won a total alone 28 contests and came in 2nd place in 21 others (e.

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Contest Results:
Minute Movies (Second Place) [2004]
ScreenCraft Comedy (Semifinalist, 2014 - short) [2014]
Back in the Box (Finalist) [2009]
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