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Dreamscale
Posted: February 11th, 2019, 5:49pm Report to Moderator
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PAT, 30's - 50s, stands tall in the mountain valley.

             PAT
      (sarcastically, looking out over the river, at his goat, stuck on the other side
        of the mountain valley river)
   This is good. Real good.


KELLY, male or female, any age over 20, at least 5 feet six inches tall, and depending on sex, either 120-140 pounds, or 190-225 pounds, stands still...for a BEAT or two, then he/she starts to think about some things that happened to him/her many years ago, as a really large BIRD flies over him/her, and takes a humongous crap on his/her head, like only  really large birds can.



To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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eldave1
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We PAN the valley to take in the majestic splendor, then slowly ZOOM IN for a CLOSE UP of Pat’s crinkled face. Something is rotten in the State of the Mountain River Valley, and it’s not the goat.


Is it just me? Or are we on our way to writing a complete feature. One line at a time. Probably could get it finished by the time the votes are due


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Is it just me? Or are we on our way to writing a complete feature. One line at a time. Probably could get it finished by the time the votes are due


I'm in... as long as we call it: GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Oh, wait... gotta have THE....

THE GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Though, I'll settle for: UNTITLED MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY GOATS PROJECT


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Gary Howell
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I'm in... as long as we call it: GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Oh, wait... gotta have THE....

THE GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Though, I'll settle for: UNTITLED MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY GOATS PROJECT


Count me in! But only if stars John Malkovich as Pat.


My web site and scripts can be found here:

Gary's web site
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eldave1
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I'm in... as long as we call it: GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Oh, wait... gotta have THE....

THE GOATS OF THE MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY

Though, I'll settle for: UNTITLED MOUNTAIN RIVER VALLEY GOATS PROJECT


How about THE JEFF WHO STARES AT GOATS


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Gary Howell
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Pat watches as the goat approaches the mountain valley river for a drink of cool, refreshing water. We hear the sound d of ominous music. Dah duh. Dah duh dah duh.

Before Pat can react, a giant EAGLE swoops down and carries the hapless animal away, leaving Pat to shake his head.

              PAT
We’re going to need a bigger goat.


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LC
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Very good, Gazza.  


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Quoted from Gary Howell
Pat watches as the goat approaches the mountain valley river for a drink of cool, refreshing water. We hear the sound d of ominous music. Dah duh. Dah duh dah duh.

Before Pat can react, a giant EAGLE swoops down and carries the hapless animal away, leaving Pat to shake his head.

              PAT
We’re going to need a bigger goat.


That was excellent. But I would add a wrylie.

PAT
(sheepishly)
We’re going to need a bigger goat.


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That was excellent. But I would add a wrylie.

PAT
(sheepishly)
We’re going to need a bigger goat.


You guys!

C'mon, Frank, top that.


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Dreamscale
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That was excellent. But I would add a wrylie.

PAT
(sheepishly)
We’re going to need a bigger goat.


I'd change the wrylie to read, "squinty eyes, dead, black, like a shark's".

That way, your wrylie will take up 2 lines and look very good!  


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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eldave1
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Quoted from Dreamscale


I'd change the wrylie to read, "squinty eyes, dead, black, like a shark's".

That way, your wrylie will take up 2 lines and look very good!  


And lose the the goat/sheep humor???



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Dreamscale
Posted: February 11th, 2019, 8:22pm Report to Moderator
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And lose the the goat/sheep humor???



Well...that's a good point, but I was moving onto the "bigger boat" pun.

Maybe a combo of yours and mine?  Yes!!!  Perfect!!!



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I'm done!!
Are you?
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"Gonna need a bigger goat"... can't stop laughing.

Shared with my wife... big laugh from her, too.

Well done.


PaulKWrites.com

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Many shorts available for production: comedy, thriller, drama, light horror
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My apologies to the writer of Crimes of Fashion. Missed that one but sent my votes in anyway. The reason is I was halfway through with the votes already. I'll read and comment later.
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