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Date Received:

2011

Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Box number, Folder number and/or title, Latino Hollywood Screenplays Collection, MSS 373, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Collection Summary:

This collection of scripts, script drafts and script continuities contains 370 individual scripts from 268 film/television productions that contain Latino characters, and/or characters played by Latino actors, and/or are written or directed by Latino artists.

Historical Background:

Dating from 1929 to 2000, the collection explores the history of Latinos in American film. This includes Latino characters played by a variety of ethnicities. The practice of Anglo stars and actors of various ethnic backgrounds portraying Latino characters was common in early film and was still in vogue throughout the 1960s. It is possible, using this archive, to study the changing image and perception of the Latino culture throughout much of the 20th century.

What is evident in early talking films and films made well into World War II is that Hollywood cultivated its audiences in South American countries. Before dubbing of films into foreign languages became state-of-the-art, movie studios often made separate Spanish-speaking versions their films, thus making careers for several Latino artists. During this period many Latino performers also became popular stars in English-speaking Hollywood films. Some established long-running careers. These included Leo Carrillo, Lupe Velez, Gilbert Roland (who had started in silent film), Cesar Romero and Anthony Quinn. Romero and Quinn would remain prominent stars of American film for some 50 years.

This period also reflected stereotypical views of Latinos, casting character actors in the roles of sidekicks and villains, characters offering comic relief, domestics and musicians. Roland would be cast in romantic roles as the fantasy of the swarthy lover, and Dolores Del Rio would become a decorative star. But even star Lupe Velez would be relegated to comedies in which her fiery temper was the focal point. Carrillo would be seen as a man with a heart, but a buffoon for the most part. Romero and Quinn would play secondary roles, often portraying various ethnicities. Any major film with a Latino character would employ a major Anglo studio star to portray the role. Seldom would there be Latino writers or directors, but many Latinos would work behind the scenes in the costume and set departments. All this would be the norm well into the 1960s.

The 1940s saw the start of a change when Latino actors were occasionally presented as dramatic characters. Rita Hayworth became one of Hollywood's immortal stars, though she was actually "anglicized" as much as possible. During the war years, films reflected a great respect for Latino culture and music (though still presented often as comic relief). Carmen Miranda became a great musical star.

Post-war films saw the Hollywood traveling to some South American countries to film, but the stories often exposed the seamy sides of the places depicted. Amidst the fantasies and westerns of this time, the real side of Latino culture, which had become integrated into everyday America, started to emerge, particularly with stories of Latinos participating in World War II. Anthony Quinn had become a romantic lead and a respected dramatic actor by this time. Ricardo Montalban, Jose Ferrer and Fernando Lamas were leading men.

The 1960s began a slow integration of the Latino writer and director into Hollywood films, and the westerns of the time portrayed a more realistic view of the Latino character. Latino actors were now actually employed often to play Latino characters, particularly in films shot on location. One actress of Latino heritage, Raquel Welch, became a sex symbol.

Though the 1970s and 80s did not bring us major Hollywood stars of Latino backgrounds (with the exception of Cheech and Chong, perhaps), movies incorporated many Latino characters, themes, situations and artists. So much so that Latino culture (though quite often the crime related part of it) became a mainstay in movies and even television shows. This lead to the integration of Latino characters, performers and writers into our modern films. Artists prominent to this day are featured in this collection, including Sonia Braga, Jimmy Smits, Benjamin Bratt, Edward James Olmos, Benicio Del Toro, Rose Perez, Andy Garcia, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek and Jennifer Lopez.

Processing Note:

2011

Arrangement:


List of titles of the screenplays in alphabetic order.

List of the screenplays with individual summaries and names of actors and actresses in chronological order.


Latino Hollywood Screenplays Collection

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ADDAMS FAMILY, THE. Screenplay by Larry Wilson and Caroline Thompson based on the characters of Charles Addams; First Draft June 7, 1990, 124 pp. Featuring Raul Julia as Gomez Addams.

ADDAMS FAMILY, THE. Screenplay by Larry Wilson and Caroline Thompson based on the characters of Charles Addams; [Draft Script] October 17, 1990, 121 pp. Featuring Raul Julia as Gomez Addams.

ADDAMS FAMILY, THE. Screenplay by Larry Wilson and Caroline Thompson; Rewrite by Paul Rudnick. Based on the characters of Charles Addams; Shooting Script with multicolor revisions November 6, 1990, 115 pp. Featuring Raul Julia as Gomez Addams.

ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA, THE. Screenplay is by Richard Collins; Final Revised March 16, 1954, 112 pp. Featuring Thomas Gomez as Osman Aga.

AGAINST ALL FLAGS. Screenplay is by Aeneas MacKenzie; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE July 15, 1952, 90 pp. Featuring Anthony Quinn as Captain Roc Brasiliano.

ALWAYS GOODBYE. Screenplay is by Kathryn Scola and Edith Skouras; Final Script with blue revisions April 16, 1938, 145 pp. Featuring Cesar Romero as Count Giovanni 'Gino' Corini and Alberto Morin as Normandie Steward.

AMERICANO, THE. Screenplay by Guy Trosper [Draft Script] 1955, 104 pp. Featuring Cesar Romero as Manuel Silvera, Rodolfo Hoyos, hr. as Cristino, Salvador Baguez as Captain Gonazalez, George Navarro as Tuba Masero and Nira Monsour as Tuba's Sister.

AMERICAN ME. Screenplay by Edward James Olmos based on Screenplays by Floyd Mutrux, Edward James Olmos and Desmond Nakano. [Revised third draft] April 5, 1991, 110 pp. Featuring Edward James Olmos as Montoya Santana, William Forsythe as JD, Pepe Serna as Mundo, Daniel A. Haro as Huero, Danny de La Paz as Puppet, Daniel Villarreal as Little Puppet, Robert Chavez as Sparky, Vic Trevino as Cheetah, Guillermo Pérez as Willie-Vato, Sal Lopez as Pedro Santana, Vira Montes as Esperanza Santana, Roberto Martin Marquez as Acha, Dyana Ortelli as Yolanda, Joe Aubel as Tattoo Artist, Panchito Gomez as Young Santana and with Albert Joe Medina Jr., Alex Solis, Raymond Amezquita, Richard Coca, Javier Castellanos, Rigoberto Jimenez, Domingo Ambriz, Abraham Verduzco, Rafael H. Robledo, Modesto M. Sanchez, Dennis Ryan Sacco, George Padilla, Humberto Madrigal, Jaime Gomez, Jose Guardado, Jacob Vargas, Danniel Lujan, Evelina Fernandez, Rodney Rincon, John Rangel, Robert Pucci, Tonio Giorgio, Sabino Villa Lobos, Armando Briseno, Manny Perry, Irma Aurea Garcia, Robert Alvarez, Rolando Molina, Steven Cisneros, and Art Borilla.

AMERICAN ME. Screenplay by Edward James Olmos based on Screenplays by Floyd Mutrux, Edward James Olmos and Desmond Nakano. [Draft Screenplay with green revisions] May 28, 1991, 110pp. Featuring Edward James Olmos as Montoya Santana, William Forsythe as JD, Pepe Serna as Mundo, Daniel A. Haro as Huero, Danny de La Paz as Puppet, Daniel Villarreal as Little Puppet, Robert Chavez as Sparky, Vic Trevino as Cheetah, Guillermo Pérez as Willie-Vato, Sal Lopez as Pedro Santana, Vira Montes as Esperanza Santana, Roberto Martin Marquez as Acha, Dyana Ortelli as Yolanda, Joe Aubel as Tattoo Artist, Panchito Gomez as Young Santana and with Albert Joe Medina Jr., Alex Solis, Raymond Amezquita, Richard Coca, Javier Castellanos, Rigoberto Jimenez, Domingo Ambriz, Abraham Verduzco, Rafael H. Robledo, Modesto M. Sanchez, Dennis Ryan Sacco, George Padilla, Humberto Madrigal, Jaime Gomez, jose Guardado, Jacob Vargas, Danniel Lujan, Evelina Fernandez, Rodney Rincon, John Rangel, Robert Pucci, Tonio Giorgio, Sabino Villa Lobos, Armando Briseno, Manny Perry, Irma Aurea Garcia, Robert Alvarez, Rolando Molina, Steven Cisneros and Art Borilla.

ARABIAN NIGHTS. Screenplay is by Michael Hogan; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE October 16, 1942, 120 pp. Featuring Maria Montez as Scheherazade, Thomas Gomez as Hakim, Carmen D'Antonio as Harem Girl, Carlos Alvarado as Officer, and Amador Gutierrrez as Tumbler. Back to Top

BAD BOYS. Screenplay by Richard DiLello, [Revised Final Draft] April 26, 1982, 125 pp. Featuring Rene Santoni as Ramon Herrera, Esai Morales as Paco Moreno, Jorge Noa as Carlos, Ray Caballero as Pablo, Martha De La Cruz as Mrs. Moreno, Ray Ramirez as Mr. Moreno, Marco A. David as Pacito and with John San Juro and Sal Amato.

BADGE 373. Screenplay by Pete Hamill; [Draft Script] June 12, 1972, 93 pp. Featuring Felipe Luciano as Ruben Garcia, Marina Durell as Rita Garcia, Chico Martinez as Frankie Diaz, Jose Duvall as Ferrer, Louis Cosntino as Gigi Caputo, Luis Avalos as Chico, Nubia Olivero as Mrs. Diaz and with Miguel Alejandro, Harry Collazo, Damian Colon, Johnny Pachero and Orestes Matacena.

BADGE 373. Screenplay by Pete Hamill; [Draft Script with multicolor revisions] August 25, 1972, 97 pp. Featuring Felipe Luciano as Ruben Garcia, Marina Durell as Rita Garcia, Chico Martinez as Frankie Diaz, Jose Duvall as Ferrer, Louis Cosntino as Gigi Caputo, Luis Avalos as Chico, Nubia Olivero as Mrs. Diaz and with Miguel Alejandro, Harry Collazo, Damian Colon, Johnny Pachero and Orestes Matacena.

BARRIER, THE. Screenplay is by Bernard Schubert; [Release Dialogue Script] November 3, 1937, 90 pp. Features Leo Carillio as Poleon Doret and Fernando Alvaro as Johnny Gale.

BECAUSE OF YOU. Screenplay is by Ketti Frings; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE August 26, 1952, 100 pp. Features Harry B. Mendoza as Bumbo.

BEDAZZLED. Screenplay by Larry Gelbart based on a screenplay by Peter Cook; [Draft Script with multiple colored revisions] October 13, 1999, 116 pp. Featuring William Marquez as Eduardo, Ray Haratian as Pablito, with Gloria Rodriguez and Orleans Miranda.

BEOWULF. Screenplay is by Mark Christopher Leahy; [Rewrite] April 19, 1997, 103 pp. Features Patricia Velasquez as Pendra, Marcello Cobzarju as Lookout, and Florin Peroteasa as Executioner.

BIG CUBE, THE. Screenplay by William Douglas Lansford based on the Spanish Language screenplay by Tito Davison and Edmundo Baez; [First Draft] August 14, 1967, 208 pp. Featuring George Chakiris as Johnny Allen, Carlos East as Lalo, Augusto Benedico as Dr. Lorenz, Victor Junco as Delacroix, Norma Herrera as Stella and with Pedro Galvan, Regina Torne, Javier Batiz, Carolina Cortazar, Rogelio Guerra, José Roberto Hill, Alma Muriel, Penelope, Carlos Riquelme and Sergio Virel.

BIG CUBE, THE. Screenplay by William Douglas Lansford based on the Spanish Language screenplay by Tito Davison and Edmundo Baez. [First Revision draft with revisions in blue] March 18, 1968, 172 pp. Featuring George Chakiris as Johnny Allen, Carlos East as Lalo, Augusto Benedico as Dr. Lorenz, Victor Junco as Delacroix, Norma Herrera as Stella and with Pedro Galvan, Regina Torne, Javier Batiz, Carolina Cortazar, Rogelio Guerra, José Roberto Hill, Alma Muriel, Penelope, Carlos Riquelme and Sergio Virel.

BIG SQUEEZE, THE. [Orig. BODY OF A WOMAN] Screenplay by Marcus DeLeon; [Script Changes in multicolor] August 24, 1995, 40 pp. Featuring Danny Nucci as Jesse Torrejo, Teresa DiSpina as Cece, Sam Vlahos as Father Sanchez, Valente Rodriguez as Father Arias, Angleina Estrada as Mother Dolores, Tony Genaro as Older Man, Marita De Leon as Young Woman, Laura Ceron as Letter Carrier and Demetrius Navarro.

BLINDFOLD. Screenplay is by Philip Dunne and W.H. Menger; [Second Revised Final screenplay with multicolor revisions] September 15, 1965, 160 pp. Features Alejandro Rey as Arthur Vincenti.

BLINDFOLD. Screenplay is by Philip Dunne and W.H. Menger; [Second Revised Final Screenplay with multicolor revisions] February 4, 1965, 128 pp. Features Alejandro Rey as Arthur Vincenti.

BLOOD IN… BLOOD OUT. Screenplay by Jimmy Santiago Baca and Jeremy Iacone; [Shooting script with multicolor revisions] April 5, 1991, 172 pp. Featuring Damian Chapa as Miklo, Jesse Borrego as Cruz, Benjamin Bratt as Paco, Enrique Castillo as Montana, Victor Rivers as Magic Mike, Carlos Carrasco as Popeye, Raymond Cruz s Chuey, Valente Rodriguez as Frankie, Geoffrey Rivas as Carlos, Karmin Murcelo as Dolores, Jenny Gago as Lupe, Noah Verduzco as Juantio, Lupe Ontiveros as Carmen, Gary Cervantes as Smokey, Ray Oriel as Spider, Danny Trejo as Geronimo, Jimmy Santiago Baca as Gato, Peter Mark Vasquez as Chivo, Judith Verduzco as Alicia, Sonia Rodriguez as Victoria, Roberto Contreras as Cruz's Grandfather and with Evelyn Guerrero, Gary Tacon, Luis Contreras, Paulo Tocha, Freddy Negrete, Alina Arenal, Adan Hernandez, Primitivo Tapia, Robert J. Juarez, Eddie Perez, Claudia Gabriella Colin, David Labiosa, Rudy Barrios, Juan Charles, Charles Guillermo, Eugene Barrios, Jimmy Chavez, Rene Bontana, Dan Vasquez, George Pereira and Angel Romero.

BORDER, THE. Screenplay is by David Freeman, Walon Green and Deric Washburn; [Third Draft Screenplay with multicolor revisions]. April 11, 1980, 126 pp. Featuring Elpidia Carrillo as Maria, Manuel Viescas as Juan, Mike Gomez as Manuel and with Luis Mejia, Roberto Rivera, Juan Ramirez, Adalberto Cortez, Concepcion Palmeres, Juan Salas, Norma Mayo, Paula Ruiz, Carlos Bruno Villaneuva, Maria Delgando, Lupe Ontiveros, Francisco Farias and Edmundo Alonzo.

BRIGAND, THE. Screenplay is by Jesse Lasky Jr; [Final Draft] July 18, 1951, 133 pp. Featuring Anthony Quinn as Prince Ramon.

BROKEN WING, THE. Screenplay is by Grover Jones and William Slavens McNutt; [Censorship Dialogue Script] March 3, 1932. Featuring Lupe Velez as Lolita, Leo Carillo as Captain Innocencio Dos S, Julian Rivero as Bassilio, Soledad Jiménez as Maria, Chris-Pin Martin as Mexican Husband and Joe Dominguez as Captain.

BOBBY DEERFIELD. Screenplay is by Alvin Sargent. [Draft Script] April 3, 1976, 128 pp. Featuring Jaime Sanchez as Delvecchio, and Géarard Hernandez as Carlos Del Montanaro.

BORDERLINE. Screenplay by Steve Kline & Jerrold Freedman; [Final Draft] October 3, 1979, 104 pp. Featuring Bruno Kirby as Jimmy Fante, Karmin Murcelo as Elena Morales, Enrique Castillo as Arturo, James Victor as Mirandez, Panchito Gomez, Luis Contreras as Bandit and with Eduardo Ricard, Anthony Munoz, Ray Ochoa, Juan DeLira, Chris Coronado, Tony Alvarenga, Ferdinand Pina, Arnold Diaz, Sy Fuentes, Carlos Muñoz and Norberto Hernandez.

BORN IN EAST L.A.Screenplay by Cheech Marin; [Shooting Draft] December 29, 1986, 90 pp. Featuring Cheech Marin as Rudy, Paul Rodriguez as Javier, Kamala Lopez as Dolores, Lupe Ontevieros as Rudy's Mother, Urbanie Lucero s Rudy's Sister and with Chastity Ayala, David Perez, Tito Larriva, Geoffrey Rivas, Miguel Delgado, Tony Plana, David Yanez, Eloy Casados, Alma Martinez, Ruben Guevara, John Villela, Robert Masseria, Josh Cruze, Sal Lopez, Del Zamora, Ted Lin, Humberto Ortiz, Daniel Valdez, Austin Cortez Tobar, Cesar Dominguez, Ernesto Hernandez, Angela Moya and Jorge Andrés Fernandez.

BOMBAY CLIPPER, THE. Screenplay is by Roy Chanslor and Stanley Rubin; [Draft Script] April 2, 1941, 100 pp. Features Maria Montez as Sonya Dietrich Landers.

BOMBAY CLIPPER, THE. Screenplay is by Roy Chanslor and Stanley Rubin; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE 1941, 105 pp. Features Maria Montez as Sonya Dietrich Landers.

BOSS OF BULLION CITY. Screenplay is by Victor McLeod; [Draft Script] October 14, 1940, 120 pp. Featuring Maria Montez as Linda Calhoun and The Guadalajara Trio.

BOULEVARD NIGHTS. Screenplay by Desmond Nakano; [Draft Script with blue revisions] August 3, 1978, 120 pp. Featuring Richard Yniguez as Raymond Avila, Danny De La Paz as Chuco Avila, Marta DuBois as Shady Londeros, James Victor as Gil Moreno, Betty Carvalho as Mrs. Avila, Carmen Zapata as Mrs. Londeros, Gary Cervantes as Big Happy, Daniel Zacapa as Ernie, Jerado Carmona as Wolf, Jesse Aragon as Casper, Robert Covarrubias as Toby, Eliseo Estrada as Hopper, Carmen Filipi as Mr. Diaz, Joseph D. Pina as Priest, Rita Gomez as Toby's Mother, Billy Cardenas as Motel Manager, Jerry Velasco as Motel Resident and with Christine Avila, Los Nobles, George Gonzales, George Chavez, Tony Alvarenga, Javier Morales, Mario Morales, John Pereira, Bill Quinones, Danny Alvarez, Michael Luna, Danny Estrada, Luis Amado Perez, Angel Salazar, Gilbert Jauregui and Michael Bernal.

BURNING SEASON, THE. Screenplay by William Mastrosimone, Ron Hutchinson, William Nicholson and Michael Tolkin; [Draft Script] January 7, 1994, 114 pp. Featuring Raul Julia as Chico Mendes, Carmen Argenziano as Alfredo Sezero, Sonia Braga as Regina de Catrvalho, Kamala Lopez as Ilzamar, Luis Guzman as Estate Boss, Tomas Milian as Darli Alves, Esai Morales as Jair, Edward James Olmos as Wilson Pinheiro, Tony Plana as Galvao, Marco Rodriguez as Tavora, Carlos Carrasco as Helio, Jonathan Carrasco as Genesio, Jeffrey Licon as Young Chico Mendes, José Pérez as Moacir, Tony Perez as Francisco Mendes, Briana Romero as Elenia Mendes, Jorge Viteri as Father Ceppi and with Valentin Santana, Alberto Isaac, Lolo Navarro, Gerardo Albarran, Carlos Romero, Enrique Novi, Jorge Zepeda, Mario Arévalo, Angel Casman, Rene‘Pereyra, Gabriel Eduardo Castanon, Joaquin Garrido, José Antonio Estrada, Josefina Echanove, Julian Bucio, Alfredo Gutiérrez, Javier Lambert, Gustavo Campos and Rick Damazio.

BUSTIN' LOOSE. (Orig. FAMILY DREAM). Screenplay is by Roger L. Simon and Lonne Elder III based on an original story by Richard Pryor; Final Draft Screenplay September 21, 1979, 192 pp. This comedy features actor Angel Ramirez as Julio and Edwin DeLeon as Ernesto.

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CARDINAL RICHELIEU. Screenplay by Cameron Rogers, Maude T. Howell and Nunnally Johnson; [Draft Script] January 16, 1935, 109 pp. Features Cesar Romero as Andre de Pons.

CARDINAL RICHELIEU. Screenplay is by Cameron Rogers, Maude T. Howell and Nunnally Johnson; [Draft Script] January 26, 1935, 114 pp. Features Cesar Romero as Andre de Pons.

CAN YOU HEAR THE LAUGHTER? THE STORY OF FREDDY PRINZE. Screenplay by Dalene Young; [First Shooting Script] December 27, 1978, 114 pp. Featuring Ira Angustain as Freddie Prinze, Julie Carmen as Rose and Peter Aguilar as The Stand In.

CASBAH. Screenplay by Leslie Bush-Fekete and Arnold Manoff; [Final Shooting Script with multicolor revisions] October 7, 1947, 111 pp. Featuring Yvonne De Carlo as Inez and with Carmelita Gonzalez, Rosita Marstini, Maurice Navarro, Abel Pina, Antonio Pina, Henry Pina, Jerry Pina, Tom Tamarez and Maria J. Tavares.

CERVANTES. Screenplay is by Enrico Bomba, David Karp and Enrique Llovet; [Combined Continuity] July 25, 1968, 100 pp. Features José Ferrer as Hassian Bey and Fernando Rey as Philip II.

CHE! Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Sy Bartlett; [Final Draft] September 20, 1968, 120 pp. Featuring Omar Sharif as Che Guevara, Jack Palance as Fidel Castro, Cesare Danova as Ramon Valdez, Robert Loggia as Faustino Morales, Woody Strode as Guillermo, Barbara Luna as Anita Marquez, Frank Silvera as Goatherd, Albert Paulsen as Capt. Vasquez and with Rudy Diaz, Perry Lopez, Abraham Sofaer, Richard Angarola, Sarita Vara, Paul Bertroya, Sid Haig, Adolph Caesar, Paul Picerni, Ray Martel, Gil Serna, Rodolfo Acosta, Jesus Franco and Valerian Zorin.

CHEECH & CHONG'S NEXT MOVIE. [Orig. CHEECH & CHONG GO HOLLYWOOD]. Screenplay by Tommy Chong & Cheech Marin; [Final Draft] September 12, 1979, 61 pp. Featuring Cheech Marin as Cheech, Evelyn Guerrero as Donna, Lupe Ontiveros as Old Lady, and Natividad Cacio s Mexican Man in Welfare Office.

CHEECH & CHONG'S NEXT MOVIE. [Orig. CHEECH & CHONG GO HOLLYWOOD]. Screenplay by Tommy Chong & Cheech Marin; [Combined Continuity] August 27, 1980, 150 pp. Featuring Cheech Marin as Cheech, Evelyn Guerrero as Donna, Lupe Ontiveros as Old Lady, and Natividad Cacio s Mexican Man in Welfare Office.

CHILDREN OF TIMES SQUARE, THE. Screenplay by Curtis Hanson; [Fourth Draft] August 26, 1985, 111 p. Featuring Danny Nucci as Luis Sotavento, Silvana Gallardo as Lizette Sotavento, Cecilia Garcia as Social Worker, Jacob Vargas as Alberto, Roberto Roman as Trini and with Edie Marie Rubio, Anthony Trujillo.

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: THE DISCOVERY. Screenplay is by Mario Puzo and John Briley; [Draft Script] 1991, 135 pp. Features Benicio Del Toro as Alvaro Harana.

CITY BENEATH THE SEA. Screenplay is by Jack Harvey and Ramon Romero; [Continity & Dialogue] November 5, 1952, 103 pp. Features Anthony Quinn as Tony Bartlett, Lalo Rios as Calypso, and Peter Mamakos as Captain Pedro Mendoza.

CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER. Screenplay by John Milius; [Second Draft] April 16, 1991, 119 pp. Featuring Joaquim de Almeida as Col. Felix Cortez, Miguel Sandoval as Ernesto Escobedo, Raymond Cruz as Domingo Chavez, Jorge Luke as Sipo, Jaime Gomez as Sgt. Julio Vega, Miguel Pérez as DEA Agent, Patrick Bauchau as Enrique Rojas, Juan Carlos Colombo as Cortez' Bodyguard, Blanca Guerra as Escobedo's Wife and with Rufino Echegoyen, Mario Ivan Martinez, Hector Teller, Alejandro Brachom Robert Arratiam Eliot Ferrer, David J. Negron Jr, Michael A. Mendez, Sebastian Silva and Guillermo Rios.

COLORS. Screenplay by Michael Schiffer; [Second Draft with multicolor revisions] February 9, 1987, 124 pp. Featuring Maria Conchita Alonso as Louisa Gomez, Gerardo Mejia as Bird, Rudy Ramos as Melindez, Trinidad Silva as Leo 'Frog' Lopez, Romeo De Lan as Felipe - Bird's Brother, Marianne Diaz-Parton as Rita Gallegos, Tomas Goros as Philip, Kenia as Maria, Mario Lopez as Felipe's Friend, Roberto Martin Marquez as Grieving Husband and with Margaret Medina, Micole Mercurio, Niguel Miguel, Karla Montana, Roy A. Nunez, Ray Oriel, Anthony Pena, Daniela Piquet, Peter Mark Vasquez, Frank Aragon and Tony Moreno.

CORVETTE K-225. Screenplay is by John Rhodes Sturdy; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, October 15, 1943, 150 pp. Features Thomas Gomez as Smithy.

COUNTESS OF MONTE CRISTO, THE. Screenplay is by William Bowers; [Final Shooting Script with revisions in pink, blue and yellow], March 17, 1948, 101 pp. Features Olga San Juan as Jenny Johnson.

COUNTESS OF MONTE CRISTO, THE. Screenplay is by William Bowers; [Final Shooting Script with revisions in pink, blue and yellow], May 29, 1948, 102 pp. Featuring Olga San Juan as Jenny Johnson.

COUNTESS OF MONTE CRISTO, THE. Screenplay is by William Bowers; Dialogue and Continuity, September 16, 1948, 100 pp. Featuring Olga San Juan as Jenny Johnson.

CRACKERS. Screenplay by Jeffrey Alan Fiskin; [Second Draft Screenplay], September 30, 1982, 129 pp. Featuring Trinidad Silva as Ramon, Edouard DeSoto as Don Fernando Pablo Jesus de la Vaca, Maria Alcorcha as Mama, Elba Montes as Market Woman and Raymond Rios as Painter.

CRACKERS. Screenplay by Jeffrey Alan Fiskin [Second Draft Screenplay], November 1, 1982, 126 pp. Featuring Trinidad Silva as Ramon, Edouard DeSoto as Don Fernando Pablo Jesus de la Vaca, Maria Alcorcha as Mama, Elba Montes as Market Woman and Raymond Rios as Painter.

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DALTONS RIDE AGAIN, THE. Screenplay is by Paul Gangelin and Roy Chanslor; [Revised Draft Script], June 25, 1945, 120 pp. Features Thomas Gomez as J.K. McKenna.

DANGER IN THE PACIFIC. Screenplay by Walter Doniger and Maurice Tombragel; [Draft Script] December 5, 1941, 103 pp. Featuring Leo Carrillo as Leo Marzell, Angelo Cruz and Rico De Montez.

DANGEROUS MINDS. [Orig. MY POSSE DON'T DO HOMEWORK] Screenplay by Ronald Bass; Second Draft, January 3, 1994, 148 pp. Featuring Renoly Santiago as Raul Sanchero, Wade Dominguez as Emilio Ramirez, Ismael Archuleta as Lalo, Cynthia Avila as Mrs. Sanchero, Al Israel as Mr. Santiego, Roman Cisneros as Mr. Sanchero, Irene Olga Lopez and William Peña.

DANGEROUSLY YOURS. [Orig.THE GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY]. Screenplay is by Lou Breslow and John Patrick; Final Draft with blue revisions, July 26, 1937, 123 pp. Features Cesar Romero as Victor Morell and Carlos De Valdez.

DANTE'S INFERNO. Screenplay is by Philip Klein and Robert Yost; [Continuity and Dialogue], 1935, 120pp. Featuring Rita Hayworth.

DEADLY FORCE. Screenplay is by Robert Vincent O'Neil and Ken Blackwell; [Draft Script] 1983, 110 pp. Features J. Victor Lopez as Diego, Hector Elias as Lopez, Ramon Franco as Jesus, and Gina Gallego as Maria.

DEADLY FORCE. Screenplay is by Robert Vincent O'Neil and Ken Blackwell, [Draft Script], 1983, 109 pp. Featuring J. Victor Lopez as Diego, Hector Elias as Lopez, Ramon Franco as Jesus, and Gina Gallego as Maria.

DEATH WISH IV. Screenplay by Gail Morgan Hickman; [Draft Script], January 5, 1987, 113 pp. Featuring Perry Lopez as Ed Zacharias, Danny Trejo as Art SAnella, Daniel Sabia as Al Arroyo and Hector Mercado as JoJo Ross.

DECONSTRUCTING. SARAH. Screenplay is by Lee Rose; [Draft script with revisions in Goldenron, Green, Yellow, Pink and Blue dated through February 14, 1994] 97 pp. Featuring Rachel Ticotin as Elizabeth Davis and A Martinez as Kenny.

DEEP WATERS. [Orig. DEEP WATER] Screenplay is by Richard Murphy; [Final Draft with revisions in blue], September 27, 1947, 135 pp. Features Cesar Romero as Joe Sanger.

DEFIANCE. Screenplay by Thomas Michael Donnelly and Mark Tulin; Revised Final Draft, October 3, 1978, 108 pp. Featuring Theresa Saldana as Marsha, Rudy Ramos as Angel Cruz, Lenny Montana as Whacko, Santos Morales as Paolo, Fernando Lopez as Kid, Alberto Vazquez as Slagg, Church Ortiz as Luis, Ismael 'East' Carlo as El Bravo, Margarita Garcia as Cashier, Victor Mendez as Window Singer and Satir Gonazalez as gang member.

DELTA FORCE II. [Orig. DELTA FORCE II_THE RED EAGLES]. Screenplay by Max Bloom [Draft Script], September 22, 1988, 108 pp. Featuring Billy Drago as Ramon Cota, Begonya Plaza as Quiquina Esuintla, Paul Perri as Major Bobby Chavez, Hector Mercado as Miguel, Mark Marogolis as Gen. Olmedo, Mateo Gomez as Ernesto Flores, Ruth de Sosa as Rita Chavez, Geraled Castillo as DEA Director Fogerty, Rick Prieto as Carlos, Chris Castillejo as Alex Chavez and Rina Reyes, Subas Herrero, Ronnie Lazaro, Miguel Faustmann, Ruel Vernal, Rolad Dantes, Roldan Aquino, Cris Aguilar, Reynaldo Guiao Jr., Alberto Dominguez and Jaime Miguel.

DELTA FORCE II. [Orig. DELTA FORCE II-STRANGLEHOLD]. Screenplay by Lee Reynolds; [Draft Script] February, 21, 1989, 105 pp. Featuring Billy Drago as Ramon Cota, Begonya Plaza as Quiquina Esuintla, Paul Perri as Major Bobby Chavez, Hector Mercado as Miguel, Mark Marogolis as Gen. Olmedo, Mateo Gomez as Ernesto Flores, Ruth de Sosa as Rita Chavez, Geraled Castillo as DEA Director Fogerty, Rick Prieto as Carlos, Chris Castillejo as Alex Chavez and Rina Reyes, Subas Herrero, Ronnie Lazaro, Miguel Faustmann, Ruel Vernal, Rolad Dantes, Roldan Aquino, Cris Aguilar, Reynaldo Guiao Jr., Alberto Dominguez and Jaime Miguel.

DESERT'S EDGE. [Orig. AMERICAN UNTITLED]. Screenplay is by Rob Lowe [Draft Script], 1997, 80 pp. Features Angela Alvarado as Cheyenne.

DESPERATE TRAILS. Screenplay is by Andrew Bennison; [Continuity and Dialogue], 1939, 90pp. Featuring Charles Stevens as Henchmen Ortega and Anita Camargo as Rosita.

DESTINATION UNKOWN. Screenplay is by Tom Buckingham; [Continuity and Dialogue], 1933, 95pp. Features George Regas as Tauru.

DIAMOND QUEEN, THE. Screenplay is by Otto Englander. [Draft Script with blue revisions] February 3, 1953, 126 pp. Featuring Fernando Lamas as Jean Baptiste Tavernier.

DISORGANIZED CRIME. [Orig. WAITING FOR SALAZAR]. Screenplay is by Jim Kouf; [Draft Script with blue revisions and alternate ending], 1989, 120 pp. Featuring Ruben Blades as Carlos Barrios.

DOCTOR, THE. Screenplay by Robert Caswell; [Draft Script], January 22, 1990. Features William Marquez as Mr. Maris, and Rosa Maria Briz as Mr. Maris' Mother.

DON JUAN DEMARCO. [Orig. DON JUAN DEMARCO AND THE CENTERFOLD]. Screenplay by Jeremy Levin; Revised Draft, December 20, 1993, 117 pp. Starring Johnny Depp as Don Juan, Geraldine Pailhas as Doña Ana, Rachel Ticotin as Doña Inez, Talisa Soto as Doña Julia, Franc Luz as Don Antonio, Carmen Argenziano as Don Alfonzo, Selena as the Singer, José Hernandez as Bandleader and featuring Rosendo Casillas, Esperanza Donlucas, Filberto Ramirez Santiago Garcia, Ernesto V. Molina, Fernando C. Moreno and Juan Canopii.

DREAM OF KINGS, A. Screenplay is by Ian McLellan Hunter; [Draft script with blue revisions], October 30, 1968, 131 pp. Features Anthony Quinn as Matsoukas.

DRIVEN. [Orig. CHAMPS]. Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone; [Draft Script], May 5, 2000, 137 pp. Featuring Cristian de la Fuente as Memo Moreno, Cristiano Da Matta, Adrian Fernandez, Luis Garcia, Jr. and Roberto Moreno.

DUEL AT SILVER CREEK, THE. Screenplay is by Gerald Drayson Adams and Joseph Hoffman; [Continuity and Dialogue], 1933, 95pp. Features Eugene Iglesias as Johnny Sombrero.

DUFFY'S TAVERN. Screenplay is by Melvin Frank, Norman Panama and Bob Schiller; [Release Dialogue Script], March 7, 1945, 100 pp. Featureing Arturo de Cordova and Olga San Juan.

DYING TO BE PERFECT. THE ELLEN HART PENA STORY. Screenplay is by Susan Arnout Smith; [Final shooting draft with revisions in blue], July 5, 1996, 105 pp. Featuring Esai Morales as Federico Pena and Jorge Noa as Bart.

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EIGHT MILLION WAYS TO DIE. Screenplay by Oliver Stone based on the Novels "Eight Million Ways To Die" and "A Stab In The Dark" by Lawrence Block; [Draft Script], November 1, 1984, 131 pp. This action thriller features actor Andy Garcia in the role of Angel Moldanado, with Vance Valencia as Quintero, Wilfredo Hernandez as Hector Lopez, Luisa Leschin as Hector's Wife, Elva Garcia as the Daughter, and Michael and Pete Galindo as the Sons, Willam Marquez as Tio, Fred Asperagus as Mundo, Robb Madrid as Victor Padillo, Roberto A. Jimenez as Jamie Rodriguez, and Victor Rivers and Danny De La Paz as Heavies, Gilbert O. Parra as the Cop and Robert Madrid as Juan.

ESCAPE by Michael Zagor. From the book by Dwight and Barbara Worker; FINAL DRAFT, October 9, 1979, 118 pp. This drama set in a Mexican prison features actor Antonio Fargas as Jamie Valdez, Jorge Cervera Jr. as Tierno, William Marquez as Col. Fuentes, Ernie Guentes as the Guard, Rick Garcia & Bert Santos as the Commandos, Larry Duran as Arturo, Tigre Perez as Alfredo, Luis Lopez Casanova as the Little Guard, and Miguel Angel Suarez as Fernando Gardner-Pasquel.

EXTREME PREJUDICE by John Milius; [Draft Script], ca. 1986, 161 pp. This western/crime drama features actress Maria Conchita Alonso as Sarita Cisneros, Luis Contreras as Lupo, Gary Cervantes as Hector, Marco Rodriguez as Deputy Cortez, Gil Reyes as the Rincon Norte Bartender, Rick Garcia as Arturo, Richard Duran as the Man with Chub, Larry Duran as Jesus, Christina Duran as the Girl with Biddle, Humberto De La Torre as Andy, Jimmy Ortega as the Young Mexican Man, and Thomas Rosales, Jr. as Scarza.

EXTREME PREJUDICE by John Milius. [Draft Script], June 1976, 161 pp. Includes 10 pp. SCRIPT COVERAGE by Joe Richardson dated June 21/1976. This western/crime drama features actress Maria Conchita Alonso as Sarita Cisneros, Luis Contreras as Lupo, Gary Cervantes as Hector, Marco Rodriguez as Deputy Cortez, Gil Reyes as the Rincon Norte Bartender, Rick Garcia as Arturo, Richard Duran as the Man with Chub, Larry Duran as Jesus, Christina Duran as the Girl with Biddle, Humberto De La Torre as Andy, Jimmy Ortega as the Young Mexican Man, and Thomas Rosales, Jr. as Scarza.

EXTREME PREJUDICE. Screenplay is by Deric Washburn and Harry Kleiner; story by John Milius; Shooting Script, June 5, 1986, 145 pp. This western/crime drama features actress Maria Conchita Alonso as Sarita Cisneros, Luis Contreras as Lupo, Gary Cervantes as Hector, Marco Rodriguez as Deputy Cortez, Gil Reyes as the Rincon Norte Bartender, Rick Garcia as Arturo, Richard Duran as the Man with Chub, Larry Duran as Jesus, Christina Duran as the Girl with Biddle, Humberto De La Torre as Andy, Jimmy Ortega as the Young Mexican Man, and Thomas Rosales, Jr. as Scarza.

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F/X. An Original Screenplay by Robert T. Megginson and Gregory Fleeman; Final Draft REVISED, February 14, 1985, 118 pp. This action thriller features actress Jossie DeGuzman in the role of Marisa Velez.

F/X. An Original Screenplay by Robert T. Megginson and Gregory Fleeman; Final Draft REVISED, March 14, 1985, 122 pp. This action thriller features actress Jossie DeGuzman in the role of Marisa Velez.

F/X 2 by Bill Condon; First Draft, November 1989, 117 pp. This action thriller features Rachel Ticotin in the role of Kim Brandon, Jossie DeGuzman as Marisa Velez, and Tony Vargas as The Defendant Tony Vargas.

FALCON'S GOLD. [Written by Olaf Pooley & Walter Bell; story: Arthur Conan Doyle]; Revised Final Script, June 1982, 93 pp. This TV action film features Blanca Guerra as B. G. Alvarez, Jorge Reynoso as Marquez, Martin LaSalle as Sanchez, Enrique Lucero as Wadu, Jorge Chavez as Garcia, Pedro Montero as Abbot, and Salvador Godinez as Brother Ignatius.

FATAL BEAUTY is by Dean Riesner and Hilary Henkin; SHOOTING SCRIPT, February 10, 1987, 113 pp. This comedic crime drama features actor Ruben Blades as Carl Jimenez, Fred Asperagus as Delgadillo, Cheech Marin as the Bartender, Michael DeLorenzo as Flaco, Rick Telles as Epifanio, Gary Cervantes as Pasqual, Emilia Ayarza as Candy and Walter Robles as Clay.

FEAR CITY. It is written by Nicholas St. John; [Draft Script], ca. 1984, 114 pp. This crime thriller features Joe Santos as Frank, Daniel Faraldo as Sanchez, Maria Conchita Alonso as Silver, Juan Fernandez as Jorge, Victor Rivers as Jimmy, Alvaro Lopez as Rio's Manager and Justin De Rosa as Policeman No. 1.

FEELING MINNESOTA is by Steven Baigelman; Revised Draft; April, 1993,100 pp. This romantic drama features actress Cameron Diaz in the role of Freddie Clayton.

FINAL ANALYSIS. Screenplay is by Wesley Strick; story by Robert Berger and Wesley Strick; [Draft Script], January 3, 1991, 128 pp. This film features actor Agustin Rodriguez as Pepe Carrero, Katherine Cortez as Woman Speaker, and Rico Alaniz as the Old Spanish Man.

FINE MESS, A is by Blake Edwards; [Draft Script], September 13, 1984, 122 pp. This romantic comedy features actress Maria Conchita Alonso as Claudia Pazzo and Castulo Guerra as the Italian Director.

FINE MESS, A is by Blake Edwards; [Draft Script], February 1, 1985, [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to February 27, 1985], 123 pp. This romantic comedy features actress Maria Conchita Alonso as Claudia Pazzo and Castulo Guerra as the Italian Director.

FOLLOW THE BAND. Screenplay: Warren Wilson, Dorothy Bennett from a Collier's Magazine story by Richard English; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, April 1, 1943, About 110 pp. Featuring actor Leo Carrillo as Himself.

FOR LOVE OR MONEY. It is written by Larry Marks and Michael Morris; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, February 13, 1963, About 160 pp. Features actor Jose Gonzalez Gonzalez as Jose.

FOR LOVE OR MONEY. Screenplay by Mark Rosenthal and Larry Konner rewrite by John Connolly and David Loucka, Revised Draft, April 27, 1992, 119 pp. This romantic comedy features actor Saverio Guerra as Carmen.

FOR THE LOVE OF MY DAUGHTER. Screenplay by John Briley; [Draft Script], January 17,1995, 111 pp. This unproduced drama about struggling with cancer in Seattle features a Latino American character named Juan.

FREEJACK is by Steven Pressfield & Ronald Shusett and Dan Gilroy; Revised Draft Script, January 28, 1991 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to April 12, 1991], 102 pp. This sci-fi thriller features Emilio Estevez as Alex Furlong, Esai Morales as Ripper, Jimmy Ortega as Bonejacker #4, and Danny De La Paz as Jose.

FREEBIE AND THE BEAN. Original Screenplay by: Floyd Mutrux; [Selling Draft], ca. 1973, 111 pp. This action crime drama features actress Valerie Harper in the Latino role of Consuelo.

FRENCHMAN'S CREEK. Screenplay is by Talbot Jennings from the novel by Daphne DuMaurier; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, July 26, 1944, About 110 pp. This adventure drama features actor Henry A. Escalante and Albert Ruiz in uncredited roles.

FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2, an original script by Tim Metcalfe and Miguel Tejada-Flores and Tommy Lee Wallace based on characters created by Tom Holland, REVISED SHOOTING SCRIPT, August 31, 1987, 117 pp.

FUN WITH DICK AND JANE. (Orig. DICK AND JANE). [Screenplay: David Giler & Jerry Belson & Mordecai Richler Story: Gerald Gaiser], January 5, 1975, 131 pp. This comedy features Hank Garcia in the role of Raoul Esteban, with Jimmy Martinez, Isaac Ruiz and Santos Morales as Raoul's Friends.

FUN WITH DICK AND JANE. (Orig. DICK AND JANE: AN AMERICAN SUCCESS STORY). [Screenplay: David Giler & Jerry Belson & Mordecai Richler; Story: Gerald Gaiser], ca. 1975, 105 pp. This comedy features Hank Garcia in the role of Raoul Esteban, with Jimmy Martinez, Isaac Ruiz and Santos Morales as Raoul's Friends.

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GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT, THE. From: Waldo Salt [Draft Script], September 23, 1970, 124 pp. This crime comedy features actor Joe Santos as Exmo.

GANGS ("CBS Schoolbreak Special") by Paul Cooper; REVISED SECOND DRAFT, February 11, 1988, 54 pp. This televised drama features actor David Labiosa in the lead role of Anthony Rojas, with Gabriel Gonzalez as Luis Rojas, Raymond Cruz as Angel, Panchito Gomez as Reuben, Kamala Lopez as Alicia, Austin Cortez as Hector, Will Gotay as Mnny, Lupe Ontiveros as Mrs. Rojas, Jaime Gomez as Tomas, Irma Garcia as Olivia, Rene Carrasco as Emilio, Eddie Frias as Mario, Margarita Martinez as the Mother, and Lisa Altamirano as the Woman.

GETTING EVEN WITH DAD. Written by Tom S. Parker & Jim Jennewein; REVISED DRAFT, March 10, 1993, 116 pp. This comedy features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lt. Romayko with Ken DeSoto Ramoz in an uncredited role.

GETTING EVEN WITH DAD. Written by Tom S. Parker & Jim Jennewein; FINAL DRAFT, June 3, 1993 [with revisions dated through to August 8, 1993], 126 pp. This comedy features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lt. Romayko with Ken DeSoto Ramoz in an uncredited role.

GLORIA written by Steve Antin based on a story by John Cassavettes; Revisions by Frank Pugliese, June 26, 1997, 126 pp. This drama features actor Jean-Luke Figueroa in the role of Nicky, with Miriam Colon as Maria, Desiree Casado as Luz, Antonia Rey as the Tenant, with Lou Cantres and Jose Rabelo as the Dominican Men.

GOOD DAME. Screenplay is by William R. Lipman, Vincent Lawrence, Frank Partos and Sam Hellman from a Story by William R. Lipman; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, February 3, 1934, About 100 pp.

GOTCHA. Screenplay is by Dan Gordon. Story by Paul Hensler & Dan Gordon; POLISHED SECOND DRAFT REVISED, September 17, 1984, 187 pp. This comedy features Jsu Garcia in the role of Manolo, Irene Olga Lopez as Rosario, with Ruben Guevara as Chicken, Kevin Sifuentes, Victor Garron, and Jess Franco as the Homeboys.

GOTCHA. Screenplay is by Dan Gordon. Story by Paul Hensler & Dan Gordon; POLISHED SECOND DRAFT REVISED, September 17, 1984 [with revisions on pink paper dated through to October 4, 1984], 187 pp. This comedy features Jsu Garcia in the role of Manolo, Irene Olga Lopez as Rosario, with Ruben Guevara as Chicken, Kevin Sifuentes, Victor Garron, and Jess Franco as the Homeboys.

GOTCHA. Screenplay is by Dan Gordon. Story by Paul Hensler & Dan Gordon; POLISHED SECOND DRAFT REVISED, September 17, 1984 [with revisions on pink paper dated through to November 11, 1984-at end], 187 pp. This comedy features Jsu Garcia in the role of Manolo, Irene Olga Lopez as Rosario, with Ruben Guevara as Chicken, Kevin Sifuentes, Victor Garron, and Jess Franco as the Homeboys.

GRAND CANARY. Screenplay by Ernest Pascal based on the Novel by A. J. Cronin; REVISED FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT, April, 3, 1934, 102 pp. This film features actors, Chito Alonso, Joe Dominguez, Rodolfo Hoyos, Chris-Pin Martin, George Regas, Pedro Regas, and Rosa Rey in uncredited Latino roles.

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HEROES. Screenplay is by James Carabatsos and David Freeman; Revised Final Draft, February 11, 1977, 198 pp. This drama features actor Hector Elias in the role of Dr. Elias.

HEROES. Final Draft Screenplay by James Carabatsos and David Freeman, November 18, 1976, 120 pp. Featuring actor Hector Elias as Dr. Elias.

HERE COMES COOKIE. Screenplay by Don Hartman; Censorship Dialogue Script, August 8, 1935, 90pp. Featuring actor Rafael Storm as Ramon Del Ramos.

HIDEAWAY. by Neal Jimenez from a script by Andrew Kevin Walker based on a novel by Dean R. Koontz, August 19, 1993, 108 pp. This fantasy thriller was written by Latino writer Neal Jimenez.

HOLD ‘EM YALE. Screenplay is by Paul Gerard Smith and Eddie Welch based upon a story by Damon Runyon; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, March 21, 1935, About 90 pp. This comedy features Cesar Romero in the role Gigolo Georgie.

HOLD ‘EM YALE. Screenplay is by Paul Girard Smith and Eddie Welch; [Draft Script], January 8, 1935, 100 pp. Features actor Cesar Romero as Gigolo Georgie.

HOLLYWOOD SCREEN TEST. Screenplay: Lyonel Margolies; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, 1937, About 30 pp. This short features actor Cesar Romero.

HOLLYWOOD SCREEN TEST. Revised Version Screenplay: Lyonel Margolies; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, 1937, About 30 pp. This short features actor Cesar Romero.

HOMICIDE SQUAD, THE. Screenplay and Dialogue are by John Thomas Neville and Tom Reed; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, 1931, About 100 pp. This crime drama features actor Leo Carrillo in the role of Big Louie Grenado.

HOT PEPPER. Story is by Dudley Nichols; Additional Dialogue by Barry Conners and Philip Klein, November 23, 1932, 78 pp. This comedy features actress Lupe Velez in the title role of Pepper.

HOT TO TROT. Screenplay by Stephen Neigher and John Markus; Rewritten by Charlie Peters; REVISED DRAFT, February 1, 1987, 120 pp. This comedy features actor Santos Morales in the role of Carlos, Liz Torres as Bea, and Angel Salazar as Snake.

HOT TO TROT. A screenplay by Stephen Neigher and John Markus; Rewritten by Charlie Peters; FINAL DRAFT, March 13, 1987 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to May 14, 1987], 121 pp. This comedy features actor Santos Morales in the role of Carlos, Liz Torres as Bea, and Angel Salazar as Snake.

HOUSE PARTY. Treatment by Robert Hill; Revised, February 18, 1955, 47 pp. This treatment for a musical short features a Brazilian character named Nita.

HUGO POOLE. is by Robert Downey & Laura Downey; Current Draft, September 21, 1995, 82 pp. This drama features actor Eddie Perez as the Gardener, with Lora Gomez eastwood and Pablo Ferro as the Merengue Dancers, and Domingo Ambriz as the Spanish Husband.

HUGO POOLE. [is by Robert Downey & Laura Downey; Draft Script, ca. 1995], 104 pp. This drama features actor Eddie Perez as the Gardener, with Lora Gomez eastwood and Pablo Ferro as the Merengue Dancers, and Domingo Ambriz as the Spanish Husband.

HUMAN CARGO. Screenplay by Jefferson Parker & Doris Mally based on the Novel "I Will Be Faithful" by Kathleen Shepard; Revised Final Shooting Script, February 7, 1936, 100 pp. Features actress Rita Cansino [Rita Hayworth] as Carmen Zorro.

HUNCHBACK, THE. Screenplay by John Fasano based on the work of Victor Hugo; Draft, May 28, 1996, 100 pp. This classic drama features actress Salma Hayek in the role of Esmeralda.

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I LIKE IT LIKE THAT. Screenplay is by Darnell Martin; [Draft Script], ca. 1993, 117 pp. This comedy features actress Lauren Velez in the role of Lisette, Jon Seda as Chino, Tomas Melly as Lil Chino, Desiree Casado as Minnie, Isaiah Garcie as Pee Wee Linares, Jesse Borrego as Alexis, Lisa Vidal as Magdalena, Rita Moreno as Rosaria, Vincent Laresca as Angel, Elvis Nolasco as Tito, Sammy Melendez as Victor, Jose Soto as Chris, Gloria Irizarry as Mrs. Gonzalez, Emilio Del Pozo as Mr. Soto, Gary Perez as Father Jaime, Luis Marrero as Tony Mendez, Fredy Correa as Ricky Mendez, Jerry Rivera As Pablo, and Martha Vidal as The Santera.

I LOVED YOU WEDNESDAY. Screenplay by Horace Jackson and Philip Klein; from the Play by Mollie Ricardel and William Du Bois; REVISED FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT, April 26, 1933, 104 pp. This drama features actor Chris-Pin Maring as Chris, Waiter.

I STILL KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Screenplay by Trey Callaway; Revisions by Stephen Gaghan based on the novel by Lois Duncan, FOURTH DRAFT, April 18, 1998, [with revisions on blue and pink paper dated through to May 6, 1998], 109 pp. This thriller features actor Freddie Prinze Jr as Ray Bronson and Jennifer Esposito as Nancy.

I WILL, I WILL… FOR NOW. Original screenplay by Norman Panama and Albert E. Lewin [Draft Script] , March 26, 1975, 135 pp. This romantic comedy features actress Carmen Zapata in the role of Maria.

IF A MAN ANSWERS. Screenplay is by Richard Morris from the novel by Winifred Wolfe; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, July 26, 1962, About 140 pp. This comedy features actor Cesar Romero in the dual role of Robert Swan/Adam Wright and Gloria Camacho as the Model.

IF A MAN ANSWERS. Screenplay is by Richard Morris; Final Screenplay, January 17, 1952. Featuring actor Cesar Romero as Robert Swan.

ILLEGAL ENTRY. Screenplay: Joel Malone; Adaptation: Art Cohn based on a story by Ben Bangal – Herbert Kline – Dan Moore; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, March 28, 1949, About 120 pp. Features actor Alex Montoya as the Waiter, Pilar Del Rey as the Daughter and Vito Scotti as the Mexican Youth.

ILLEGAL ENTRY. Screenplay by Art Cohn; First Draft Continuity, April 14, 1948, 58 pp. Featuring actress Pilar Del Rey as the Proprietress' Daughter and Alex Montoya as Waiter.

ILLEGAL ENTRY. Screenplay by Art Cohn; Story Treatment, April 13, 1948, 36 pp. Featuring actress Pilar Del Rey as the Proprietress' Daughter and Alex Montoya as Waiter.

IMPERFECT LADY, THE. Screenplay is by Karl Tunberg; [Draft Script], circa [1947], 80 pp. Featuring actor Anthony Quinn as Jose Martinez.

IMPERFECT LADY, THE. Screenplay is by Karl Tunberg; Release dialogue script, March 4, 1946, 80 pp. Featuring actor Anthony Quinn as Jose Martinez.

I'M FROM MISSOURI Screenplay by Duke Atteberry and Jack Moffitt; Release Dialogue Script, March 10, 1939, 120 pp. Featuring Manuel Valencia as Argentine Mule Owner.

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JACKALS. Is an Original Screenplay by Dennis A. Pratt; Revised Draft, December, 1984, 120 pp. Featuring Roman Cisneros as Raul, Robert Covarrubias as Ramon, and Rosanna DeSoto.

JACOB'S LADDER. Is an Original Screenplay by Bruce Joel Rubin; [Draft Script], 1981, 1982, 1988, 136 pp. Featuring Elizabeth Peña as Jezzie, and Joe Quintero as Street Kid.

JENNIFER EIGHT. Screenplay by Bruce Robinson; [Draft Script], April 1991, 182 pp. Featuring Andy Garcia as Sgt. John Berlin.

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KANSAS CITY BOMBER. Screenplay by Dennis Murphy based on an original screenplay by Barry Sandler; [Draft Script]; July 14, 1971, 126 pp. Featuring actress Raquel Welch as K.C. Carr.

KANSAS CITY BOMBER. Screenplay is by Thomas Rickman; [Draft Script], January 15, 1972, 112 pp. Featuring actress Raquel Welch as K.C. Carr.

KANSAS CITY BOMBER, THE. Screenplay by Thomas Rickman and Calvin Clements from an original idea by Barry Sandler; 2nd Revised draft, February 5, 1972, 123 pp. Featuring actress Raquel Welch as K.C. Carr.

KANSAS CITY BOMBER, THE. Screenplay by Thomas Rickman and Calvin Clements from an original idea by Barry Sandler; [Draft Script], April 10, 1972, 108 pp. Featuring actress Raquel Welch as K.C. Carr.

KILLER ON BOARD. [Orig. DEATH SHIP]. Screenplay is by Sandor Stern; Revised First Draft, November 30, 1976, 119 pp. Featuring Thalmus Rasulala as Dr. Alvarez, Edward Gallardo and Rafael Campos.

KING OF ALCATRAZ. Original Story and Screenplay are by Irving Rei; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, September 24, 1938, About 70 pp. This drama features Anthony Quinn as Lou Gedney.

KISS AND MAKE UP. [Screenplay: Harlan Thompson and George Marion Jr.; Story: Istvan Bekeffy (Stephen Bekeffi); Adaptation: Jane Hinton, [Draft Script], March 30, 1934, About 110 pp.

KNOCKOUT. Screenplay by M. Coates Webster based on "The Patent Leather Kid" by Michael Fessier, John Wexley and Warren Duff; Rev. Temp., November 7, 1940, 117 pp. Featuring actor Anthony Quinn as Mr. Harry Trego.

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LADIES SHOULD LISTEN. Screenplay by Claude Binyon and Frank Butler from the Play by Alfred Savoir and Guy Bolton; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, July 14, 1934, About 50 pp. This comedy features Rosita Moreno as Margerite Cintos and Rafael Storm as Ramon Cintos. This romantic comedy features Rafael Storm as Rolando.

LADIES LOVE DANGER. Screenplay by Samson Raphaelson; adaptation by Robert Ellis & Helen Logan from the story by Ilya Zorn; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE TAKEN FROM THE SCREEN, April 23, 1935, 113 pp. This romantic mystery features actor Gilbert Roland as Ricardo, Alonzo, Marion Clayton Anderson as Helen Lopez, Henry Kolker as Jose Lopez, and Rita Rozelle as Conchita.

LADY IN CEMENT, THE. Screenplay is by Marvin Albert and Jack Guss; FINAL, February 21, 1968, [with revisions on blue paper dated through to April 2. 1968], 138 pp.

LADY IN THE DARK. Screenplay by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, November 10, 1943 About 70 pp. This romantic comedy features an uncredited Pepito Perez as a Clown.

LAST ACTION HERO by Zak Penn and Adam Leff; Current Draft by Shane Black and David Arnott; Production Polish: William Goldman; SHOOTING SCRIPT, October 10, 1992 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to March 29, 1993, 143 pp. This fantasy action film features Anthony Quinn in the role of Tony Vivaldi, Paul Gonzales & Anna Navarro as the Cops in LA Station.

LAST OF THE FINEST by Thomas Lee Wright from screenplays by Jere Cunningham and George Dfeatures actor Jeff Fahey as Ricky Rodriguez, James Dalesandro, Ray Vegas, Joe Minjares, & Victor Contreras as the Contras.

LAST SUNSET, THE. [written by Dalton Trumbo] based on the novel by Howard Rigsby; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, April 25, 1961, About 110 pp. This western features actor Jose Frowe, Margarito Luna, Jose Torvay, Jorge Treviño, and Manuel Vergara in uncredited roles as local Mexicans.

LAST SUPPER. THE. by Dan Rosen; revised by Jonathan Penner & Stacy; Title DRAFT, September 1994, 110 pp. This dark comedy features Cameron Diaz in the role of Jude.

LEMON SISTERS, THE. [written by Jeremy Pisker]; 3rd Draft August 8, 1988 118 pp. This light drama features actor Ruben Blades as C. W.

LEVIATHAN. Is an original screenplay by David Webb Peoples; REVISED FIRST DRAFT; August 27, 1986; 133 pp. This sci-fi thriller stars Michael Carmine as Tony 'DeJesus' Rodero and Hector Elizondo as G. P. Cobb.

LIEUTENANT WORE SKIRTS, THE. Screenplay by Frank Tashlin based on original story by Albert Beich, Final August 12, 1955 [with revisions on blue paper dated through to August 17, 1955], 125 pp. Features actress Rita Morena in the role of Sandra Roberts.

LIMEY, THE. by Lem Dobbs; Revised Draft, September 17, 1998 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to November 12, 1998, 115 pp. This crime drama features actor Luis Guzman as Eduardo Roel, Jose Perez & Alex Perez as the Teen Gun Dealers, Johnny Sanchez as the Valet, Eva Rodriguez as Ed's Sister, James Earl Olmedo as Ed's Nephew, and Jamie Lin Olmedo as Ed's Niece.

LONE STAR. Screenplay by John Sayles; Revision, January 2, 1995 [with revisions dated through to April 4, 1995, 115 pp. Cover page signed by John Sayles in ink. This western thriller features actor Stephen Mendillo in the lead role as Cliff, Elizabeth Peña as Pilar, Gonzalo Castillo as Amado, Richard Coca as Enrique, Miriam Colon as Mercedes Cruz, Luis Cobo as the Mexican American Father, Mary Jane R. Hernandez as the Mexican American Mother, Jesse Borrego as Danny, Carina Martinez as Paloma, Tony Plana as Ray, Olga Luna as the Waitress, Juan Vega III as the Cook, Vanessa Martinez as Young Pilar, Maricela Gonzalez as Anselma, Tony Amendola as Chucho Montoya, Gilbert R. Cuellar Jr. as Eladio, James Borrego as Young Chucho, Lisa Suarez as Marisol, Jesus Ramirez as the Driver, Eduardo Martinez as Jaime, Azalea Mendez as Young Mercedes.

LOST ANGELS. Screenplay is by Michael Weller; FIRST REVISION, September, 1987 [with revisions annotated within and dated to January 28, 1998, 117 pp. This drama features actor Leonard Salazar as Paco, Jonathan Del Arco as Angel, Eddie Hernandez II as 10 St. Boy, and Maribel Lizarraga as the Student.

LOST ANGELS. Screenplay is by Michael Weller; FIRST REVISION, September, 1987 [with revisions annotated within and dated to January 28, 1988], 117 pp. This drama features actor Leonard Salazar as Paco, Jonathan Del Arco as Angel, Eddie Hernandez II as 10 St. Boy, and Maribel Lizarraga as the Student.

LOST COMMAND. [Orig. THE CENTURIONS] by Nelson Gidding; COMPLETED FIRST DRAFT SCREENPLAY, November 15, 1963, 158 pp. This war drama features actor Anthony Quinn in the lead role of Lt. Col Pierre Raspeguy.

LOST COMMAND. [Orig. THE CENTURIONS] by Nelson Gidding; REVISED FIRST DRAFT SCREENPLAY January 3, 1964, 164 pp. This war drama features actor Anthony Quinn in the lead role of Lt. Col Pierre Raspeguy.

LOVE SLAVES OF THE AMAZONS. It is written by Curt Siodmak; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, October 22, 1957, About 90 pp. This film features Wilson Viana as Fernando, Eugenio Carlos as Carlos, Tom Payne as Dr. Mario, Louis Serrano as the Rescue Pilot, with Ayres Campos, Sulamith Endsleigh, Nadir Fernandes, Yara Lex, Maria Lopes, and Carmen Morales in various uncredited South American roles.

LUCY AND DESI: BEFORE THE LAUGHTER. Teleplay is by William Luce [Draft Script], April 18, 1990, 122 pp. This television biography features actor Maurice Benard as Desi Arnaz, Edith Diaz as Mother Arnaz, Aleisa Shirley as Marguerita, George Miserlis as Mario, and Mauricio Rivera as Ramon.

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MAGNIFICENT FRAUD, THE. [Writer: Walter Ferris, Gilbert Gabriel Story: Charles G. Booth]; Shooting Script, February 6, 1939, About 110 pp. This drama set in a fictional South American country features Akim Tamiroff as Jules LaCroix/President Alvarado, Steffi Duna as Carmelita, George Zucco as Dr. Virgo, Robert Warwick as Gen. Hernandez, Frank reicher as Mendietta Garci, Robert Middlemass as Morales, Abner Biberman as Ruiz, Donald Gallaher as Dr. Diaz, with Paula DeCardo, Maude Eburne, Joseph Marievsky, Andre Marsaudon, Edward McWade, Francisco Moreno, George Nardelli, Ralph Norwood, Nestor Paiva, Count Stefenelli, Harry Vejar, Erno Verebes, Luana Walters and Alex Woloshin as various uncredited Latino characters.

MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE!, THE. by Arthur Rowe; Revised Draft, ca. 1971, [with revisions on blue and pink paper dated through to February 3, 1972], 105 pp. This western features Pedro Armendariz Jr as Pepe Carral, Ron Stein as Juan De Toro, Rita Rogers as De Toro's Woman, with Rodolfo Acosta as Juan de Toro (uncredited).

MAN IN THE SHADOW. Written by Gene L. Coon; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, November 12, 1957, About 80 pp. (Includes Trailer – CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE). This western features actor Martin Garralaga as Jesus Cisneros, with Mario Siletti as Tony Santoro.Written by Gene L. Coon; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, November 12, 1957, About 80 pp. (Includes Trailer – CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE). This western features actor Martin Garralaga as Jesus Cisneros, with Mario Siletti as Tony Santoro.

MANIAC COP 3: BADGE OF SILENCE. [Orig. BADGE OF SILENCE]. Screenplay is by Larry Cohen, January 24, 1992, 94 pp. Featuring Lou Diaz as Leon, and Vanessa Marquez as Terry.

MEET THE WILDCAT. Is an Original Screenplay – Alex Gottlieb; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, September 23, 1940, About 110 pp. This film set in Mexico City features actor Hans Herbert in the role of Marco, Juan de la Cruz as the Nacional Museum Curator, Reed Hadley as Barto, Fred Cordova and Joe Dominguez as the Policemen, with Paul Lopez, Paul Marion, Neyle Morrow, Julian Rivero, Rafael Storm, and Carlos Villarias in various uncredited roles.

MISSING. by Costa Gavras, Donald Stewart and John Nichols; based on the book by Thomas Hauser, February 5, 1981, 140 pp. This Academy Award winning drama (for best Adapted Screenplay) features actress Tina Romero in the role of Maria, Felix Gonazalez as Rojas, M.E. Rios as Mrs. Duran. Jorge Russek as Espinoza, Edna Necoechear as Pia, Alex Camacho as Silvio, Manuel Avila Camacho as the Doctor, Josefina Echanove as the Woman Doctor, Col. Jorge Mancilla as the Captain, Gerardo Vigil as the Officer, Jaime Garza as the Young Man, Jorge Santoyo as the Mental Hospital Young Man, Juan Vasquez as the Little Man, Antonio Medellin as the Assistant, with Miguel Cane as the Little Boy.

MONEY TRAP, THE. It is written by Walter Bernstein; Shooting Script, October 27, 1964, 127 pp. This crime drama features actress Rita Hayworth as Rosalie Kelly, Ricardo Montalban in the role of Pete Delanos, Eugene Iglesias as the Father and Charlita as the Woman in Bar.

MOONLIGHT AND CACTUS. [Screenplay: Eugene Conrad, Paul Girard Smith]; FINAL SCREENPLAY, August 12, 1943, 74 pp. This musical comedy features actor Leo Carrillo in the role of Pasqualito Luigi, with Chatita Toval and Lollita Tovar as the Child Dancers.

MOONLIGHT AND PRETZELS. Screenplay – Sig Herzig, 1933, About 40 pp. This musical comedy features Leo Carrillo in the role of Nick Pappacroplis.

MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII. Screenplay – Morton Grant, James Gow, and Erna Lazarus; Original story – Eve Greene; CONTINUITY AND DIALOGUE, July 9, 1941, About 100 pp. This musical comedy features Maria Montez in the role of Ilani.

MORNING AFTER, THE. Screenplay is by Jay Presson Allen and James Hicks (Cresson). FIRST DRAFT by David Rayfiel, August 1985, 137 pp. This thriller features actor Raul Julia in the role of Joaquin Manero, with Jose Angel Santana as the Driver and Anne Betancourt as the Nurse.

MORNING AFTER, THE. by David Rayfiel; REVISED DRAFT, March 1986, 122 pp. This thriller features actor Raul Julia in the role of Joaquin Manero, with Jose Angel Santana as the Driver and Anne Betancourt as the Nurse.

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NAKED GUN, THE: FROM THE FILES OF POLICE SQUAD! (Orig. HUSH… HUSH MY GUN) by Jerry Zucker, Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, Pat Proft; [Revised Draft Script], November 12, 1987, 117 pp. This comedy features actor Ricardo Montalban in the role of Vincent Ludwig.

NAKED TANGO. Screenplay is by Leonard Schrader; FIRST DRAFT ca. 1990, 101 pp. This drama features Vincent D'Onofrio in the role of Cholo, Fernando Rey as Judge Torres, Esai Morales as Zico Borenstein, Sergio Lerer as the Fake Rabbi, Patricio Bisso as Gaston the Hairdresser, Marcos Woinsky as the Big Thug, Ruben Szuchmacher as the Small Thug, Vando Villamil and Nestor Zacco as the Policemen, Javier Portales as the Police Chief, Ines Yujnovsky as Bebe, Harry Havilio as the Doctor, Armand Capo as the Guard, with Hector Arbelo, Claudio Garafalo, and Santos Maggi as Cholo's Musicians.

NIGHT BEFORE, THE. Screenplay is by Gregory Scherick & Thom Eberhardt; SHOOTING SCRIPT, June 24, 1986, 109 pp. This comedy features actress Theresa Saldana in the role of Rhonda, Trinidad Silva as Tito, with Israel Jurabe as the Attendant, Diane Rodriguez as the Woman in Restroom, and Cosmo Mata as Spike.

NIGHT GAME. [Screenplay: Spencer Eastman and Anthony Palmer; Story: Spencer Eastman]; REVISED, August 6, 1988, 100 pp. This thriller features actor Anthony Palmer as Mendoza, Alex Garcia as Sil Baretto, Everett Sifuentes as Norman, Paul James Vasquez as the Foreman, and Rick Ramirez as Patrolman #2.

NIGHT FALLS ON MANHATTAN. by Sidney Lumet based on the book by Robert Daley "Tainted Evidence"; Revised Final Draft, October 11, 1995, 121 pp.

NIGHT IN PARADISE. [Writer] Ernest Pascal November 20, 1944 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to March 19, 1945], 138 pp. This comedy features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of King Croesus, Pedro de Cordoba as the Magus, with Robert Espinoza, Luis Montoya and Juan Estrada as the Boys.

NIGHT IN PARADISE. Screenplay is by Ernest Pascal, October 3, 1944, 142 pp. This comedy features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of King Croesus, Pedro de Cordoba as the Magus, with Robert Espinoza, Luis Montoya and Juan Estrada as the Boys.

NIGHT IN PARADISE. Screenplay is by Ernest Pascal; adaptation by Emmet Lavery; based on the novel "Peacock's Feathers" by George S. Hellman; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, December 11, 1945, About 110 pp. This comedy features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of King Croesus, Pedro de Cordoba as the Magus, with Robert Espinoza, Luis Montoya and Juan Estrada as the Boys.

NIGHT PASSAGE. Screenplay is by Borden Chase based on a story by Norman A. Fox; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, May 28, 195, About 100 pp. Features actor John Daheim as Latigo, Frank Chase as Trinidad, and Polly Burson as Rosa.

NIGHTHAWKS. (Orig. THE ATTACK) is by David Shabar; Final Draft, November 13, 1979, 123 pp. This crime thriller features actor Caesar Cordova as the Puerto Rican Proprietor, with Jose Angel Santana as Ripper.

NIGHTHAWKS. (Orig. DRAGONS and THE ATTACK) is by David Shabar; Revised Final Draft, December 18, 1979, 121 pp. This crime thriller features actor Caesar Cordova as the Puerto Rican Proprietor, with Jose Angel Santana as Ripper.

NIJINSKY. A Movie Script by Hugh Wheeler; SHOOTING SCRIPT, September 7, 1978 [with revisions dated to November 1, 1978], 129 pp. This biographical drama features actor/dancer George De La Pena in the role of Vaslav Nijinsky.

NORMAN… IS THAT YOU? Screenplay is by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick with George Schlatter; Draft Script, April 16, 1976, 113 pp. This comedy features actors Sergio Aragones and Sosimo Hernandez as the Desk Clerks.

NOTHING IN COMMON. Screenplay is by Rick Podell & Michael Preminger and John Collins & Garry Marshall. Re-writes by: John Collins & Garry Marshall; [Draft Script], November 21, 1985, 220 pp. This comedy features Hector Elizondo in the role of Charlie Gargas and Julio Alonso as Rick.

NOTORIOUS SOPHIE LANG, THE. [Writer: Anthony Veiler Story: Frederick Irving Anderson; SHOOTING SCRIPT], April 16, 1934, About 120 pp. Features actor Lucio Villegas as The Marshall.

NUNZIO. Screenplay is by James Andronica; First Draft, April 4, 1977, 116 pp. This drama features actor Jaime Alba in the role of Bobby and Theresa Saldana as Maryann.

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OF LOVE AND SHADOWS. Screenplay is by Donald Freed based on the novel by Isabel Allende; [Draft Script], 1994, 110 pp. Featuring Antonio Banderas as Francisco, Stefania Sandrelli as Beatriz, Diego Wallraff as Jose, Camilo Gallardo as Gustavo, Patricio Contreras as Mario, Jorge Rivera Lopez as Prof. Leal, Angela Ragno as Hilda Leal and Alejandro Toccalino, Alfredo Martin, Ana Leza, Carmen Renard, Cesar Parlani, Claudio Ciacci, Daniel Alvarado, Dario Fernandez, Diego Leske, Enrique Bustos, Eva Cabral, Ignacio Lopez, Jorge Ochoa, Jose Bonafoux, Juanita Aizenberg, Gonzalo Allende, Julio Galan, Margara Alonso, Mari Tapia, Maria Teresa Constantini, Maria Fiorentino, Mariu Carrera, Martin Coria, Matias Einguelman, Mercedes Moran, Miguel Angel Paludi, Monica Lacoste, Nestor Zacco, Pablo Rinaldi, Pedro Segni, Silvana Silveri, Susana Cortinez and Paulino Andrada.

ONE GOOD COP. Screenplay is by Heywood Gould; REVISED, ca. 1990 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to November 9, 1990], 139 pp. This drama features actress Rachel Ticotin in the role of Grace, Tony Plana as Beniamino, Benjamin Bratt as Felix, Victor Rivers as Oreste, Benita Marti as Martha, Ralph Nieves as Beniomino Scout, Thomas Rosales as Associate #3, with Edwin J. Nunez and Gary Rodriguez in uncredited roles.

OLD GRINGO. Screenplay is by Luis Puenzo and Aida Bortnik based on the novel by Carlos Fuentes; [Second Draft], July 25, 1987, 149 pp. Featuring Jimmy Smits as Gen. Tomas Arroyo, Patricio Contreras as Col. Frutos Garcia, Jenny Gago as La Garduna, Gabriela Roel as La Luna, Sergio Calderon as Zacarias, Guillermo Rios as Monsalvo, Samuel Valadez de la Torre as Consul Saunders, Pedro Armendariz Jr. as Pancho Villa, Josefina Echanove as Clementina, Pedro Damian as Capt. Ovando, Maya Zapata as Dolores, Jose Olivares as Trinidad, Alicia del Lago as Trinidad's Wife and Carolos Carda, Evangelista Sosa Martinez, Hector Rivera, Victor Carpinteiro, Salvador Sanchez, Maria Victoria Mondragon, Jose Juan Rodriguez, Mario Arevalo, Jose Jorge Zepeda, Roberto Sosa, Maria Luisa Coronel, Amelia Zapata, Arturo Rodriguez Doring, Fernando Moya, Juan Antonio Llanes, Rene Pereyra, Martin Palomares and Roberto Ortiz.

ONE ON ONE. [orig. CATCH A FALLING STAR]. Screenplay is by Robby Benson and Jerry Segal; FINAL DRAFT SCREENPLAY with revisions in yellow and green, September 16, 1976, 115 pp. Featuring Hector Morales as Gonzalez.

ONE ON ONE. [orig. CATCH A FALLING STAR]. Screenplay is by Robby Benson and Jerry Segal; FINAL DRAFT SCREENPLAY, September 2, 1976, 104 pp. Featuring Hector Morales as Gonzalez.

ONE ON ONE. [orig. CATCH A FALLING STAR. Screenplay is by Robby Benson and Jerry Segal; Draft Script with blue revisions, July 27, 1976, 104 pp. Featuring Hector Morales as Gonzalez.

ONE TOUCH OF VENUS. Screenplay is by Harry Kurnitz and Frank Tashlin; Continuity & Dialogue, July 28, 1948, 100 pp. Featuring Olga San Juan as Gloria.

ONE WAY STREET. Screenplay is by Lawrence Kimble; Continuity & Dialogue, March 15, 1950, 100 pp. Featuring Basil Ruysdael as Father Moreno, Rodolfo Acosto as Francisco Morales, Robert Espinoza as Santiago, Tito Renaldo as Hank Torres, Margarito Luna as Antonio Morales, Emma Roldan as Catalina and Joe Domingues as Bias.

ONLY THE BRAVE. by Keene Thompson; Adaptation by Agnes B. Leahy; Dialogue by Edward A. Paramore; [Shooting Script], November 7, 1929, About 90 pp. Features actor Lalo Encinas as General Grant's Secretary.

OPERATION EICHMANN. Orig. SIX MILLION MURDERS (The Eichmann Story). Story and Screenplay are by Lewis Coppley (Lester Cole); Final Draft with blue, pink and white revisions, 1961, 116 pp. Featuring Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. as Sanchez.

OPERATION EICHMANN. Orig. SIX MILLION MURDERS (The Eichmann Story). Story and Screenplay are by Lewis Coppley (Lester Cole); [Draft Script], 1961, 142 pp. Featuring Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. as Sanchez.

OPENED BY MISTAKE. Screenplay is by Louis S. Kaye, Stuart Palmer and Garnett Weston; [Release Dialogue Script], December 29, 1939, 112 pp. Features Rafael Storm as Mr. DeBorest.

OTHER MAN, THE. Screenplay is by Michael Blankfortl [revised draft], March 17, 1969, 121 pp. Featuring Rodolfo Hoyos as Lt. Lorca.

OUT COLD. (Orig. STIFFS). Screenplay is by Leonard Glasser & George Malko based on an original story by Leonard Glasser; [Draft Script] February 23, 1987 [with revisions on blue paper dated through to April 6, 1987], 107 pp. This black comedy features actress Laura Alcalde in the role of Customer #2 and Carmen Alvarez Block as Mrs. Rifkin.

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PARIS HONEYMOON. Screenplay is by Frank Butler and Don Hartman; Release Dialogue Script, November 2, 1936, 100 pp. Featuring Carlos Villarias as the Partisan.

PAROLE. Screenplay is by Horace McCoy and Kubec Glasmon; Continuity & Dialogue, 1936, 100 pp. Featuring Antony Quinn as Zingo Browning.

PARTNERS IN CRIME. Screenplay is by Gladys Unger and Garnet Weston based on the novel "Murder Goes to College" by Kurt Steel; [Draft Script], June 30, 1937, 99 pp. Featuring Anthony Quinn as Nicholas Mazaney.

PARTNERS IN CRIME. Screenplay is by Gladys Unger and Garnet Weston based on the novel "Murder Goes to College" by Kurt Steel; Censorship Dialogue Script, September 1, 1937, 95 pp. Featuring Anthony Quinn as Nicholas Mazaney.

PATRICK THE GREAT. Screenplay is by Dorothy Bennett and Bertram Millhauser; Continuity & Dialogue Script, January 12, 1944, 120 pp. Featuring Thomas Gomez as Max Wilson.

PERFECT FURLOGH, THE. Screenplay is by Stanley Shapiro; Continuity & Dialogue, September 24, 1958, 120 pp. Featuring Linda Cristal as Sandra Roca, the Argentine Bombshell and Jay Novello as Rene Valentin.

PHYSICAL EVIDENCE. [Orig. SMOKE]. Screenplay is by Bill Phillips; [First Director's Polish], May, 1987, 128 pp. Featuring Angelo Rizacos as Tony Sklar.

PILLARS OF THE SKY. Screenplay is by Sam Rolfe; Continuity & Dialogue, January 27, 1956, 115 pp. Featuring Orlando Rodriguez as Malachi, Felix Noriego as Lucas and Alberto Morin as Sgt. Major Frenchy Desmond.

PRESUMED INNOCENT. Screenplay is by Frank Pierson and Alan J. Pakula based on the novel by Scott Turow. Second draft script with revisions in Pink, blue, yellow, green, gold, buff, salmon, cherry, tan, white green and goldenrod, May 26, 1989, 136 pp. Featuring Raul Julia as Alejandro 'Sandy' Stern.

PLUNDER OF THE SUN. Screenplay is by Jonathan Latimer based on the novel by David Dodge; [Draft Script], August 15, 1952, 151 pp. Featuring Patricia Medina, Eduardo Noriega as Raul Cornejo, Julio Villarreal as Ulbado Navarro and Juan Garcia, Margarito Luna, Carlos Muzquiz and Manuel Vergara 'Manver'.

PLUNDER OF THE SUN. Screenplay is by Jonathan Latimer based on the novel by David Dodge; [Draft Script], no date 1953, 162 pp. Featuring Patricia Medina, Eduardo Noriega as Raul Cornejo, Julio Villarreal as Ulbado Navarro and Juan Garcia, Margarito Luna, Carlos Muzquiz and Manuel Vergara 'Manver'.

POPEYE DOYLE. Screenplay is by Richard Di Lello; [Second Draft], January 10, 1986, 99 pp. Featuring George De La Peña as Itan Kellerman/The Shadow.

PORTRAIT IN BLACK. Screenplay is by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts; Continuity & Dialogue, June 7, 1960, 100 pp. Featuring Anthony Quinn as Dr. David Rivera.

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RADIO FLYER. is by David Mickey Evans. DONNER DRAFT, March 9, 24, 1990 [with revisions on blue and pink paper dated through to October 22, 1990], 116 pp. This drama features actor Sean Baca in the role of Fisher, Noah Verduzco as Victor, Isaac Ocampo as Jorge, Kaylan Romero as Jesus, Abraham Verduzco as Carlos and Lennard Camarillo as as Friend #4.

RAGE. cinedrama [screenplay]: Gilberto Gazcon y Fernando Mendez argumento [story]: Jesus Velazquez, Guillermo Hernandez y Gilberto Gazcon, 1965, 135 pp. Directed and written by Mexican filmmaker Gilberto Gazcon, this dramatic thriller set in Mexico features actress Stella Stevens as Perla, David Reynoso as Pancho, Armando Silvestre as Antonio, Ariadna Welter as Blanca, Jose Elias Moreno as Fortunato, Dacia Gonzalez as Maria, Pancho Cordova as the Old Man, Susan Cabrera as the Old Man's Wife, David Silva as the Bus Driver, Quintin Bulnes as Pedro, Valentin Trujillo as Jose, with Aurora Clavel, Jose Angel Espinosa, Rosa Maria Gallardo, Alicia Gutierrez, Raul Martinez, Gilda Miros, Maura Monti, Anita Morgan, Jorge Russek and Isela Vega in un-credited roles.

RAGE. Screenplay is by Gilberto Gazcon Revised Draft Screenplay, October 20, 1965, 119 pp. Featuring Stella Stevens as Perla, David Reynoso as Pancho, Armando Silvestre as Antonio, Ariadna Welter as Blanca, Jose Elias Moreno as Fortunato, Dacia Gonzalez as Maria, Pancho Cordova as Old Man and Susana Cabrera, David Silva, Quintin Bulnes, Valentina Trujilo, Aurora Clavel, Isela Vega, Jose Angel Espinosa, Rosa Maria Gallardo, Alicia Gutierrez, Raul Martinez, Gilda Miros, Maura Monti and Jorge Russek.

RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS! Screenplay by George Axelrod; First Draft Continuity, January 22, 1958, 150 pp. This comedy features James Gonzalez as the Commuter and Leroy Prinz Jr as a Delinquent.

RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS! Screenplay is by George Axelrod; Revised Script by Claude Binyon; Revised Final, May 20, 1958, 138 pp. This comedy features James Gonzalez as the Commuter and Leroy Prinz Jr as a Delinquent.

REBEL ROUSERS, THE. Screenplay by Martin B. Cohen, Michael Kars, and Abe Polsky; [Combined Continuity], March 31, 19790, 86 pp. Featuring Robert Dix as Miguel.

RED SKY AT MORNING. Screenplay is by Richard Bradford; Second Draft, August 20, 1969, 133 pp. This Lindo Velarde, Victoria Racimo as Viola Lopez, Gregory Sierra as Chamaco, Alma Beltran as Excilda Montoya, Claudio Miranda as the Native and Joaquin Garay as Ratoncito.

RED SUNDOWN. Screenplay is by Martin Berkeley based on a story by Lewis B. Patten; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, November 21, 1955, About 100 pp. This western features Lita Baron in the role of Maria.

RESCUE ME. by Mike Snyder; Revised Draft, December 5, 1990, 103 pp. This action-comedy features Liz Torres in the role of Carney, John Miranda as Deputy Albert and Gus Corrado as a Reporter.

RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE. Screenplay is by Harry Brown. Revisions by Roald Alexander based on the novel by Grace Metalious; Revised Shooting Final, December 6, 1960, 108 pp. This drama was directed by Puerto Rican/American actor/writer Jose Ferrer.

RHYTHM OF THE ISLANDS. Screenplay is by Oscar Brodney and M. M. Musselman; original story by Oscar Brodney; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, ca. 1943, About 100 pp. This musical comedy set in the South Seas features actor Nestor Paiva as Chief Nataro and Rico de Montez as the Hotel Clerk.

RICOCHET ROMANCE. Story and Screenplay are by Kay Lenard; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, May 26, 1954, About 100 pp. This comedy western features Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez in the role of Manuel, Alfonso Bedoya as Alfredo, with The Guadalajara Trio as the Musical Combo.

RIGHT CROSS. From: Charles Schnee Composite Script, October 14, 1949, 108 pp. This pugilistic drama features actor Ricardo Montalban in the role of Johnny Monterez and Teresa Celli as Marna Monterez.

RIO. Screenplay is by Edwin Justus Mayer and Aben Kandel; [Revised], July 19, 1939 [with revisions dated through to July 24, 1939], 122 pp. This drama features actor Leo Carrillo as Roberto, Billy Gilbert as Manuelo, Ferike Boros as Maria, with Gino Corrado and Delmar Costello in uncredited roles.

RIO. Screenplay is by Edwin Justus Mayer and Aben Kandel; CONTINUITY 7 DIALOGUE, September 19, 1939, About 100 pp. This drama features actor Leo Carrillo as Roberto, Billy Gilbert as Manuelo, Ferike Boros as Maria, with Gino Corrado and Delmar Costello in uncredited roles.

RIVER'S EDGE. by Neal Jimenez; SHOOTING SCRIPT 1985 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to January, 15, 1986], 106 pp. Written by Sacramento native, Neal Jimenez, this dark drama also stars Taylor Negron in the role of Checker.

ROOKIE, THE is by Boaz Yakin & Scott Spiegel; REVISED [Script], November 1989, 115 pp. This crime drama features actor Charlie Sheen in the role of David Ackerman, Raul Julia as Strom, Sonia Braga as Liesl, Pepe Serna as Lt. Ray Garcia, Marco Rodriguez as Loco, Pete Randall as Cruz, Tony Plana as Morales, Anthony Charnota as Romano, and Roberta Vasquez as Heather Torres.

ROOKIE, THE is by Boaz Yakin & Scott Spiegel; REVISED [Script], December 1989, 115 pp. This crime drama features actor Charlie Sheen in the role of David Ackerman, Raul Julia as Strom, Sonia Braga as Liesl, Pepe Serna as Lt. Ray Garcia, Marco Rodriguez as Loco, Pete Randall as Cruz, Tony Plana as Morales, Anthony Charnota as Romano, and Roberta Vasquez as Heather Torres.

RUBY CAIRO. (Aka DECEPTION) by Robert Dillon and Michael Thomas; [Draft Script], June 3, 1991, 124 pp. This mystery thriller features actor Luis Cortes as Hermes #1, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez as Uncle Jorge, Lucy Rodriguez as Tia Lupe, Alberto Estrella as Hermes #2, Jorge Fegan as the Undertaker, Francisco Mauri as the Coroner, Lolo Navarro as the Hotel Owner, with Rodrigo Puebla and Juan Antonio Llanes as the Bank Tellers.

RUBY CAIRO. (Aka DECEPTION) by Robert Dillon and Michael Thomas; Revised [Draft Script] June 3, 1991 [with revisions on blue and pink paper dated through to August 12, 1991], 123 pp. [Includes shooting schedule and full production unit listings.] This mystery thriller features actor Luis Cortes as Hermes #1, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez as Uncle Jorge, Lucy Rodriguez as Tia Lupe, Alberto Estrella as Hermes #2, Jorge Fegan as the Undertaker, Francisco Mauri as the Coroner, Lolo Navarro as the Hotel Owner, with Rodrigo Puebla and Juan Antonio Llanes as the Bank Tellers.

ROOSTERS. Screenplay is by Milcha Sanchez-Scott [Draft with blue revisions dated to February 12, 1993], 90 pp. Featuring Edward James Olmos as Gallo Morales, Sarah Lassez as Angela Estelle Morales, Sonia Braga as Juana Morales, Maria Conchita Alonso as Chata, Danny Nucci as Hector Morales, Valente Rodrigues as Adan, L. Ignacio Gameros as Priest, Frank Soto as Abuelo and Luisa Leschin, Bert Rosario, Jesse Corti, Efrain Figueroa and Pepe Serna.

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SALAMANDER, THE. A screenplay by Robert Katz based on the novel by Morris West [Draft Script], January 10, 1980, 133 pp. This political thriller features actor Anthony Quinn in the role of Bruno Manzini.

SANTA FE TRAIL, THE. [Orig. WEST OF THE LAW]. Screenplay is by Sam Mintz; [Second White Script], June 20, 1930 130 pp. Featuring Rosita Moreno as Maria Castinado and Luis Alberni as Juan Castinado.

SANTA FE TRAIL, THE. [Orig. WEST OF THE LAW]. Screenplay is by Sam Mintz; [Dialogue and Continuity], 1930, 130 pp. Featuring Rosita Moreno as Maria Castinado and Luis Alberni as Juan Castinado.

SARACEN BLADE, THE. Screenplay is by DeVallon Scott and George Worthing Yates based on the novel by Frank Yerby; REVISED FINAL DRAFT, October 7, 1953 [with reivisions on yellow paper dated through to October 17, 1953], 126 pp. This romantic adventure stars actor Ricardo Montalban in the lead role of Pietro Donati.

SCARED STIFF. Screenplay is by Herbert Baker and Walter De Leon Additional Dialogue by Ed Simmons and Norman Lear Based on a play by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard; RELEASE DIALOGUE SCRIPT, February 4, 1953, 70 pp. This musical horror farce stars Carmen Miranda in the role of Carmelita Castinha, with Paul Marion in the dual role of Ramon/Francisco Cariso, with Manuel Paris as the Cuban Headwaiter and Ric Roman as an uncredited Gangster.

SECRET OF THE INCAS. (Orig. LEGEND OF THE INCA). Writer: Ranald MacDougall; REVISED LIMITED DISTRIBUTION, August 28, 1953, 97 pp. (Incomplete). This adventure film features actor Michael Pate in the role of Pachacutec, Edward Colmans as Col. Cardoza, Yma Sumac as Kori-Tica, Booth Colman as Juan Fernandez, with Miguel Contreras, Delmar Costello, Martin Garralaga, Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr, Anthony Numakena, Rosa Rey, Carlos Rivero, Dimas Sotello, and Moises Vivanco in various uncredited roles.

SECRET OF THE INCAS. (Orig. LEGEND OF THE INCA). Writer: Ranald MacDougall; REVISED LIMITED DISTRIBUTION, August 28, 1953, 128 pp. This adventure film features actor Michael Pate in the role of Pachacutec, Edward Colmans as Col. Cardoza, Yma Sumac as Kori-Tica, Booth Colman as Juan Fernandez, with Miguel Contreras, Delmar Costello, Martin Garralaga, Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr, Anthony Numakena, Rosa Rey, Carlos Rivero, Dimas Sotello, and Moises Vivanco in various uncredited roles.

SECRET OF THE INCAS. (Orig. LEGEND OF THE INCA). Writer: Ranald MacDougall [Shooting Script] with revisions dating thorugh to October 30, 1953, 127 pp. This adventure film features actor Michael Pate in the role of Pachacutec, Edward Colmans as Col. Cardoza, Yma Sumac as Kori-Tica, Booth Colman as Juan Fernandez, with Miguel Contreras, Delmar Costello, Martin Garralaga, Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr, Anthony Numakena, Rosa Rey, Carlos Rivero, Dimas Sotello, and Moises Vivanco in various uncredited roles.

SECRET OF SANTA VITTORIA, THE. Screenplay is by William Rose and Ben Maddow based on the novel by Robert Crichton; COMBINED CONTINUITY, September 23, 1969, 196 pp. This feature stars Anthony Quinn in the lead role of Italo Bombolini.

SEDUCED. is by Charles Robert Carner; SHOOTING SCRIPT, May 1, 1984 [with earlier revisions on pink and blue paper dated through to April 30, 1984], 115 pp. This television mystery features actor José Ferrer as James Killian, Mel Ferrer as Arthur Orloff and Karmin Murcelo as Alvarado.

SHATTERED. [Screenplay: Wolfgang Petersen Novel: Richard Neely], COMBINED CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE SPOTTING, August 7, 1991, 211 pp. This crime thriller features Bert Rosario as Rudy Costa.

SHE-DEVIL. a screenplay by Barry Strugatz & Mark R. Burns based on the novel "The Life and Loves of a She Devil" by Fay Weldon. This comedy features actor A Martinez in the role of Garcia and Manny Olmo as the Cook.

SHE'S THE ONE. Written by Edward Burns [Draft Script], June 1, 1994, 107 pp. This romantic comedy features Cameron Diaz in the role of Heather.

SHOOT FIRST: A COP'S VENGEANCE. [Orig. DEATH OF A SAN ANTONIO COP]. Screenplay is by Garry Michael White [draft with blue, yellow and pink revisions], January 7, 1991, 79 pp. Featuring Kamala Lopez, Miguel Sandoval and David Tineo.

SHORT CIRCUIT 2. Written by S. S. Wilson & Brent Maddock; [Rev. Draft Script], July 28, 1987 [with revisions on multicolored paper dated through to July 27, 1987], 126 pp. This sci-fi comedy features Tito Nuñez in the role of Zorro and Lili Francks as Officer Mendez.

SHOW THEM NO MERCY. (Orig. SNATCHED). [Screenplay and Story are by Kubec Glasmon; Adaptation by Henry Lehrman; Revised Final (Draft), August 26, 1935 [with revisions on blue paper dated to August 31, 1935], 138 pp. This crime drama features actor Cesar Romero in the role of Tobey.

SIN TOWN. by Scott Darling and Gerald Geraghty; [Draft Script], August 7, 1942, 135 pp. In this western actor Leo Carrillo plays the role of Angelo Collina.

SIN TOWN. by Scott Darling and Gerald Geraghty, CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, August 7, 1942, About 100 pp. In this western actor Leo Carrillo plays the role of Angelo Collina.

SING YOU SINNERS. Screenplay is by Claude Binyon; [Release Dialogue Script], July 2, 1938, 110 pp. Featuring Paula DeCardo and Joe Hernandez.

SINGAPORE. An original screenplay was written by Seton I. Miller; [Draft Script], ca. 1947, 120 pp. This romantic wartime adventure features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of Mr. Mauribus.

SINGAPORE. Screenplay is by Seton I. Miller… Robert Thoeren; original story by Seton I. Miller; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, July 22, 1947, About 80 pp. This romantic wartime adventure features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of Mr. Mauribus.

SINGAPORE. An original screenplay was written by Seton I. Miller; COPIED September 21, 1955, 120 pp. This romantic wartime adventure features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of Mr. Mauribus.

SINGLES. (Orig. BLUES FOR A T-SHIRT) by Cameron Crowe; [Draft Script], March 15, 1990 118 pp. This romantic comedy/drama features actor Camilo Gallardo as Luiz and Nina Escudero as the Airline Clerk.

SINGLES. by Cameron Crowe [Draft Script], October 17, 1990, 123 pp. This romantic comedy/drama features actor Camilo Gallardo as Luiz and Nina Escudero as the Airline Clerk.

SNIPER. by Michael Frost Beckner; story by Michael Frost Beckner and Mark St. David Leyland; SECOND POLISH, 17 AUGUST 1990, 128 pp. This action thriller features Reynaldo Arenas in the role of the Cacique, Frederick Miragliotta as Gen. Alvarez, Vanessa Steele as Mrs. Alvarez, Carlos Alvarez as Raul Ochoa, Roy Edwards as Cabrera, Loury Cortez as Father Ruiz, and Jorge Bustamante as the Rebel Captain.

SNOWBLIND. by Larry Gross from the book by Robert Sabberg; [Draft Script], November 5, 1981, 156 pp. This unproduced script is partially set in Colombia and features cocaine running as the primary story.

SOMEBODY KILLED HER HUSBAND. by Reginald Rose; SECOND DRAFT, December 11, 1973, 158 pp. This thriller features actor Vincent Robert Santa Lucia in the role of Benjamin.

SPECIALIST, THE. by Alexandra Seros; [Draft Script], December 2, 1993, 113 pp. This action thriller features actor Rod Steiger in the role of Joe Leon, Eric Roberts as Tomas Leon, Mario Ernesto Sanchez as Charlie, Sergio Dore Jr. as the Strongarm, Emilio Estefan Jr. as the Piano Player, Ramon Gonazalez Cuevas as the Cemetary Priest, Cheito Quinonez as the Party Singer, Mercedes Enriquez as the Pregnant Woman, Juan Cejas as the Latin Thug, Brent Sexton as Manny, Yamilet Hidalgo as the Hooker, Alfredo Alvarez Calderon as the Bomb Expert, Mayte Vilan as the Ordinance Expert, Carmen More as Cop #3, Anabel Gracia as the Young Girl at Funeral, and Guillermo Gentile as the Priest.

SPEED. by Graham Yost; [Draft Script,] March 31, 1993, 112 pp. This action thriller features actor Carlos Carrasco in the role of Ortiz, with Daniel Villarreal as Ray, Sherri Villanueva, Paula Montes, Loyda Ramos, and Julie Vera as Bus Passengers, Margaret Medina as Robin, Antonio Mora as a News Anchor.

SPEED 2: CRUISE CONTROL by Jeff Nathanson; Revised Shooting Script – White, August 5, 1996, 129 pp. This romantic thriller features actor Enrique Murciano as Alejandro and Jessica Diz as Isabel.

SPIKES GANG, THE. [Orig. THE BANK ROBBER]. Screenplay is by Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr. from a novel by Giles Tippette; [Draft Script]. It features actor Rafael Albaicín in the role of the shopkeeper.

ST. LOUIS BLUES. [Writers: Malcolm Stuart Boylan, Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Jack Mofitt, Virginia Van Upp Story: Eleanore Griffin, William Rankin]; [SHOOTING SCRIPT], July 11, 1938, About 100 pp. This musical comedy features Actor Tito Guizár in the role of Rafael San Ramos.

ST. LOUIS BLUES. [Writers: Malcolm Stuart Boylan, Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Jack Mofitt, Virginia Van Upp Story: Eleanore Griffin, William Rankin, FINAL WHITE SCRIPT, August 8, 1938, About 100 pp. This musical comedy features Actor Tito Guizár in the role of Rafael San Ramos.

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED. is an original screenplay by Bernard Slade; ESTIMATING SCRIPT, July 9, 1971, 112 pp. This script contains notes, revisions, and redactions in an unknown hand. This film features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lou Kellerman.

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED. is an original screenplay by Bernard Slade; SHOOTING SCRIPT, August 20, 1971, 116 pp. This film features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lou Kellerman.

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED. is an original screenplay by Bernard Slade; SHOOTING SCRIPT, August 20, 1971, 116 pp. This film features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lou Kellerman.

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED. is an original screenplay by Bernard Slade; SHOOTING SCRIPT, August 20, 1971, with revisions on yellow paper dated through to September 16, 1971), 116 pp. This film features actor Hector Elizondo in the role of Lou Kellerman.

STELLA. Screenplay is by Robert Getchell; [Final Draft: revisions on multicolored paper], February 17, 1989, 129 pp. Featuring Trini Alvarado as Jenny.

STORY OF THREE LOVES. (SECOND ACT). (Orig. MADEMOISELLE ). It is from Jan Lustig, George Froeschel; COMPOSITE SCRIPT, September 18, 1951, 54 pp. The second vignette in this musical romance from Vincente Minelli features actor Alberto Morin as Mr. Sandes.

SUTTER'S GOLD. Screenplay: Jack Kirkland, Walter Woods, George O'Neill based on the story by Blaise Cendras; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, About 1936, About 120 pp. Includes about 10 pp. ADDED SCENES. This western features actor John Miljan in the role of Gen. Alvarado and Allen Vincent as Juan Alvardo, Jr. with John Piccori, José Rubio. Frank Reicher, Aura de Silva, and Lucio Villegas as Mexican characters.

SWELL GUY. Screenplay is by Richard Brooks Based on a Play by Gilbert Emery CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE November 12, 1946 About 120 pp. This drama features actor Thomas Gomez in the role of Dave Vinson.

SWING IT SOLDIER. Original Screenplay is by Dorcas Cochran, Arthur V. Jones; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, July 10, 1941, About 100 pp. Features actor Gino Corrado as the Headwaiter.

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TANGIER. Screenplay by MM Musselman, Monty F. Collins; Original story by Alice D. G. Miller; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, January 28, 1946, About 110 pp. This adventure drama features Maria Montez in the role of Rita, with Abel, Antonio, Henry & Jerry Pina as the Tumblers.

TEAMSTER BOSS: THE JACKIE PRESSER STORY. [Orig. THE LIFE AND FAST TIMES OF JACKIE PRESSER] by Abby Mann; Draft Script, ca. March 1991, 129 pp. This biographical drama features Maria Conchita Alonso in the role of Carmen.

THADDEUS ROSE AND EDDIE. is an original screenplay by William D. Wittliff; Draft Script, ca. 1975, 126 pp. This drama features actor Jesus Rosales.

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY. Screenplay is by Ed Decter & John Strauss and Peter Farrelly & Bobby Farrelly; Draft, October 21, 1997, 118 pp. This comedy features Cameron Diaz in the lead role of Mary, with Jeanie Flynn, Kevin Civale, Tom Leasca and Mercy Lopez as the Cuban Dancers, Emilio Diaz and Don Julio as Jailbirds.

THIS COULD BE THE NIGHT. Screenplay is by Isobel Lennart; [Draft Script], April 20, 1956, 102 pp. Featuring Rafael Campos as Hussein Mohammed.

THRASHIN'. by Paul Brown and Alan Sacks; FINAL DRAFT, July 18, 1985, 87 pp. Features actor Tony Alva as T.A., with Jesse Martinez, Ruben Blue, and Steve Caballero in various skateboarder roles.

THREE HOURS TO KILL. Screenplay is by Roy Huggins; FINAL DRAFT, January 14, 1954, 103 pp.

TIGHT SHOES. Screenplay is by Leonard Spiegelgass and Art Arthur; Story: Damon Runyon; [Draft Script], March 13, 1941 [with revisions on blue paper dated through to March 19, 1941, 110 pp. This comedy features actor Leo Carrillo as Amalfi.

TILL DEATH DO US PART. by Alvaro Rodriguez and Robert Rodriguez; Draft, October 11, 1993. It was never produced. Set in Mexico City, the characters are: Gregorio, Adriana, Omar (plus many more).

TIMBER! Screenplay is by Griffin Jay; Original Story by Larry Rhine & Ben Chapman [Draft Script], July 31, 1941, 96 pp.

TIP-OFF GIRLS. (Orig. HIGHWAY RACKETEERS.) [Original screenplay: Maxwell Shane and Robert Yost and Stuart Anthony]; FINAL, December 23, 1937, 110 pp. This crime/adventure film features actor Anthony Quinn in the role of Marty.

TO HELL AND BACK. Written for the screen by Gil Doud Based on Audie Murphy's autobiography "To Hell and Back"; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, June 8, 1955, About 140 pp. This autobiographical war drama features actor Art Aragon in the role of Sanchez and Felix Noriego as Swope.

TO WONG FOO, THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR by Douglas Carter Beane; SECOND DRAFT, February 22, 1994,122 pp. In this comedy actor John Leguizamo plays the role of Chi-Chi, Joey Arias as Justine, Allen Hidalgo as Chita Rivera, Lionel Tiburcio as Laritza Dumont, Catiria Reyes as herself, Bernard Mosca as Olympia, and James Palacio as Fiona James.

TROPIC HOLIDAY. Screenplay is by Don Hartman and Frank Butler, John C. Moffitt and Duke Atteberry based on a story by Don Hartman and Frank Butler; CENSORSHIP DIALOGUE SCRIPT. About 100 pp. This musical features Tito Guizar as Ramon, Elvira Rios as Rosa, Roberto Soto as Roberto, Michael Visaroff as Felipe, Bobbie Moya as Pepito, Fortunio Bonanova as Barrera, Pepito as Chico, Chris-pin Martin as Pancho, Maria Olguim and Teresa Olguim as the Bullfighters, Mario Sanchez as the Comic.

TRUMPET BLOWS, THE. Screenplay is by Bartlett Cormack from a story by Porter Emerson Browne; FINAL SCRIPT, January 15, 1934, About 110 pp. This drama features actor George Raft in the lead role of Manuel Montes, Adolphe Menjou as Pancho Montes/Pancho Gomez, Frances Drake as Chulita, Sidney Toler as Pepi Sancho, Edward Ellis as Chato, Nydia Westman as Carmela, Douglas Wood as Sr. Ramirez, Lillian Elliott as Sra. Ramirez, Katherine DeMille as Lupe the Maid, Francis McDonald as Vega, Morgan Wallace as the Police Inspector, Gertrude Norman as Grandma Albrentez.

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UNDEFEATED, THE. Original screenplay is by Casey Robinson and Stanley L. Hough,FINAL, July 15, 1963, 130 pp. This western features Antonio Aguilar in the role Gen. Rojas, Roman Gabriel as Blue Boy, Carlos Rivas as Diaz, Victor Junco Maj. Tapia, Pedro Armendariz, Jr. as Escalante, Rudy Diaz as Sanchez, Juan Garcia as Col. Gomez.

UNDEFEATED, THE. Screenplay is by James Lee Barrett from a story by Stanley Hough; SECOND REVISED FINAL, December 3, 1963 [with revisions on blue paper dated through to January 17, 1968], 165 pp. This western features Antonio Aguilar in the role Gen. Rojas, Roman Gabriel as Blue Boy, Carlos Rivas as Diaz, Victor Junco Maj. Tapia, Pedro Armendariz, Jr. as Escalante, Rudy Diaz as Sanchez, Juan Garcia as Col. Gomez.

UNDER FIRE. by Ron Shelton; REVISED August 15, 1982, 128 pp. This war drama features actress Alma Martinez in the role of Isela, Oswaldo Garcia as the Boy Photographer, Fernando Elizondo as the Businessman, Jorge Santoyo and Lucina Rojas as the Guerilla Leaders, Raul Garcia as the Waiter, Victor Alcocer as the Sandinista, Eric Valsez, Andaluz Russell, and E. Villavicencio, Enrigue Lucero, Enrique Beraza, Jenny Gago, Elpidia Carrillo, Marin Pamares, Eloy Casados, Carlos Romano, Rene Enriquez, Jose Campos, Jr., Antonio Mata Jr. Julio Cesar Vazquez, Martin La Salle, Filipe Ytuarte, Jorge Zepeda, Alfredo Gutierrez, Jose Marin, J. A. Ferral, E. Baramona, Octavio Cruz, Leonor Llausas, Juan Carlos Meizueiro, Humberto Vilches, Roberto Dumant, Ahui Camacho, Arturo Rodriguez Doring, Bruno Bichir, Ricardo Rodriguez, Enrique Hernandez, Monica Miguel, Luisa Sanchez M., Carlos Lenin Vazquez as secondary Central American Latino characters.

UNDER SIEGE. by J. F. Lawton based on revisions by Steven Seagal, Mike Gray & John Mason from an original screenplay by J. F. Lawton; Revised January, 17, 1992, 120 pp. This action thriller features actor Raymond Cruz in the role of Ramirez and Miguel Nino as a Commando.

UNDERCOVER GIRL. Screenplay is by Harry Essex; FINAL SHOOTING, June 22, 1950, 117 pp. This crime drama features actor Maurice Jara as Carlos and Lucio Villegas as the Priest.

UNDERCOVER GIRL. by Francis Rosenwald; Draft Script, November 28, 1949 [with revisions on blue paper dated through to June 30, 1950], 120 pp. This crime drama features actor Maurice Jara as Carlos and Lucio Villegas as the Priest.

UNTAMED HEART, THE. (Orig. THE BABOON HEART) is by Tom Sierchio; [Draft Script], August 1991, 112 pp. This romantic drama stars Rosie Perez as Cindy, Joe Minjares as Jim.

UP THE SANDBOX. Screenplay is by Paul Zindel based on the novel by Anne Richardson Roiphe COMBNED CONTINUITY, January 5, 1973, 105 pp. This comedy features actor Jacobo Morales in the role of Fidel Castro.

USED CARS. is written by Robert Zemeckis & Bob Gale; 2ND DRAFT, 18 September 1979, 129 pp. This comedy features Alfonso Arau as Manuel.

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VIVA KNIEVEL! By Antonio Santillan; SECOND DRAFT REVISED, November 14, 1975, 122 pp. This action comedy features actor Robert Tafur in the role of Gov. Garcia.

VIVA KNIEVEL! It is written by Norman Katkov and Antonio Santillan; SECOND REVISED SHOOTING FINAL, May 1976, 161 pp. This action comedy features actor Robert Tafur in the role of Gov. Garcia.

VOICES. is by John Herzfeld; [Draft Script], ca. 1978, 134 pp. This romantic drama features actor Jose Rabelo as the Cuban Customer.

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WALK IN THE CLOUDS , A. Screenplay is by Robert Mark Kamen; [First Revision], November 10, 1993, 112 pp. Featuring Aitana Sanchez Gijon as Victoria Aragon, Anthony Quinn as Don Pedro Aragon, Giancarlo Giannini as Alberto Aragon, Angelica Aragon as Marie José Aragon, Evangelina Elizondo as Guadelupe Aragon, Freddy Rodriguez as Pedor Aragon Jr., Febronio Covarrubias as Jose Manuel, Roberto Huerta as Jose Luis, Juan Jimenez as Jose Marie and with Isamael Gallegos, Alejandra Flores, Gema Sandoval and Don Amendolia.

WALK PROUD. [orig. GANG!] screenplay by Evan Hunter; [Revised Final Draft Script], July 13, 1978, 125 pp. Featuring Robby Benson as Emilio Mendez, Henry Darrow as Mike Serrano, Pepe Serna as Cesar, Trinidad Silva as Dagger, Domingo Ambriz as Cowboy, Irene DeBari as Mrs. Mendez, Eloy Casados as Hugo, Daniel Faraldo as El Tigre, Tony Alvarenga as Paco and with Gary Cervantes, Pancito Gomez, Bill Lopresto, Claudio Martinez, Patricia Morales, Rose Portillo, Luis Reyes, Eduaro Ricard, Angel Salazar and Felipe Turich.

WALK PROUD. [orig. GANG!] Screenplay by Evan Hunter; [Final Draft with pink, buff, blue and white revisions], June 23, 1978, 120 pp. Featuring Robby Benson as Emilio Mendez, Henry Darrow as Mike Serrano, Pepe Serna as Cesar, Trinidad Silva as Dagger, Domingo Ambriz as Cowboy, Irene DeBari as Mrs. Mendez, Eloy Casados as Hugo, Daniel Faraldo as El Tigre, Tony Alvarenga as Paco and with Gary Cervantes, Pancito Gomez, Bill Lopresto, Claudio Martinez, Patricia Morales, Rose Portillo, Luis Reyes, Eduaro Ricard, Angel Salazar and Felipe Turich.

WALK PROUD. [orig. GANG!]. Screenplay by Evan Hunter; [Draft Script], June 7, 1978, 118 pp. Featuring Robby Benson as Emilio Mendez, Henry Darrow as Mike Serrano, Pepe Serna as Cesar, Trinidad Silva as Dagger, Domingo Ambriz as Cowboy, Irene DeBari as Mrs. Mendez, Eloy Casados as Hugo, Daniel Faraldo as El Tigre, Tony Alvarenga as Paco and with Gary Cervantes, Pancito Gomez, Bill Lopresto, Claudio Martinez, Patricia Morales, Rose Portillo, Luis Reyes, Eduaro Ricard, Angel Salazar and Felipe Turich.

WALK PROUD. [orig. GANG!] Screenplay by Evan Hunter; [Draft Script], June 1, 1978, 118 pp. Featuring Robby Benson as Emilio Mendez, Henry Darrow as Mike Serrano, Pepe Serna as Cesar, Trinidad Silva as Dagger, Domingo Ambriz as Cowboy, Irene DeBari as Mrs. Mendez, Eloy Casados as Hugo, Daniel Faraldo as El Tigre, Tony Alvarenga as Paco and with Gary Cervantes, Pancito Gomez, Bill Lopresto, Claudio Martinez, Patricia Morales, Rose Portillo, Luis Reyes, Eduaro Ricard, Angel Salazar and Felipe Turich.

WATERWORLD. Screenplay is by Marc Norman; [Draft Script with revisions in goldenrod, blue, yellow, green, white pink, and salmon], July 2, 1994, 134 pp. Featuring Rick Aviles as Gatesman and Victor Sanchez as Citizen.

WAY TO LOVE, THE. Screenplay is by Gene Fowler and Benjamin Glazer; [Draft Script], June 10, 1933, 130 pp. Featuring George Rigas as Pedro.

WAY TO LOVE, THE. Screenplay is by Gene Fowler and Benjamin Glazer; [Censorship Dialogue Script], September 20, 1933, 120 pp. Featuring George Rigas as Pedro.

WEDDING PLANNER, THE. Screenplay is by Pam Falk Mike Ellis; [Draft Script], October 4, 1999, 107 pp. Featuring Jennifer Lopez as Mary Fiore, Cortney Shounia as Mary Fiore, age 7, and Fabiana Udenio as Anna Bosco.

WEDDING PLANNER, THE. Written by Pam Falk & Mike Ellis; 1st WHITE SHOOTING DRAFT, January 3, 2000, 116 pp. This romantic comedy features actress Jennifer Lopez in the lead role of Mary Fiore and Mario Lara as the Millionaire.

WHAT'S COOKIN'. [Screenplay is by Jerome (Jerry) Cady and Stanley Roberts; story by Edgar Allan Woolf; Additional Dialogue by Haworth Bromley]; Includes TRAILER CONTINUITY, March 4, 1942, About 10 pp. This musical stars actor Leo Carrillo as Marvo.

WHICH WAY IS UP. Screenplay is by Carl Gottlieb; Final Draft, December 31, 1976, 119 pp. This comedy features Ernesto Hernandez as Jose Reyes, Diane Rodriguez as Estrella Reyes, Daniel Valdez as Chuy Estrada, Luis Valdez as Ramon Juarez, Tony Alvarenga as the Errand Boy, and Victor Argo as Angel, Marina Durell as Dr. Lopez, Juan Canos as the Anti-Cuban, Juan DeCarlos as Blackman, and Efrain Lopez Neris as Castro's Aide.

WHISPERS IN THE DARK. [Orig. Sessions]. Screenplay is by Cristopher Crowe; [Draft Script], February 8, 1991, 123 pp. Featuring John Leguizamo as John Castillo.

WHISPERS IN THE DARK. [Orig. Sessions] Screenplay is by Cristopher Crowe; [Draft Script], February 13, 1991, 124 pp. Featuring John Leguizamo as John Castillo.

WHISPERS IN THE DARK. [Orig. Sessions] Screenplay by Cristopher Crowe [Draft Script] 9/9/91 121 pp. Featuring John Leguizamo as John Castillo.

WHOOPEE BOYS, THE. [Orig. THE WHOOPEE BOYS IN A PERFECT GENTLEMAN]. Screenplay is by Steve Zacharias and Jeff Buhai; [Revised First Draft], January 9, 1985, 114 pp. Featuring Paul Rodriguez as Barney Benar, Taylor Negron as Whitey, Gonzalo Ruiz as Gonzalo and Al Romero as Waiter.

WILD AND THE INNOCENT, THE. Screenplay is by Sy Gomberg and Jack Sher; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, February 20, 1959, 120 pp. Featuring Henry Amargo as Drunk Indian.

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YANKEE BUCCANEER. Screenplay is by Charles K. Peck Jr.; CONTINUITY & DIALOGUE, June 11, 1952, 100 pp. Featuring Suzan Ball as Countess Margarita La Raguna, Joseph Calleia as Count Domingo Del Prado, Rodolfo Acosta as Poulini and Carlos Albert as Spanish Captain.

YOUNG IDEAS [Orig. FACTORY ROW] Screenplay by Ian McLellan Hunter and Bill Noble [Draft Script with pink and yellow revisions ] Nov. 5, 1942 106 pp. Featuring George Dolenz as Pepe and Carlos Barbe as the French Lieutenant.

ZOOT SUIT. Screenplay by Luis Valdez; [Third Draft], November 28, 1980, 141 pp. Featuring Daniel Valdez as Henry Reyna, Edward James Olmos as El Pachuco, Abel Franco as Enrique, Mike Gomez as Joey, Alma Martinez as Lupe, Lupe Ontiveros as Dolores, Tony Plana as Rudy, Rose Portillo as Della, Marco Rodriguez as Smiley, Miguel Delgado as Rufus, Roberta Delgado as Tillie and with Anacani Echeverria, Hammam Shafie, Honey Garcia, Laura Leyva, Sal Lopez, Luis Manuel, Kim Miyori, Angela Moya, Bertha E. Oropeza, Juan Rios, Nancy Salis, Candice L. Silva, Geno Silva, Antoinette Yuskis, Robert Beltran, Julio Medina, Diane Rodriguez and Socorro Valdez.

ZOOT SUIT. Screenplay is by Luis Valdez; [Draft Script], June 9, 1980, 175 pp. Featuring Daniel Valdez as Henry Reyna, Edward James Olmos as El Pachuco, Abel Franco as Enrique, Mike Gomez as Joey, Alma Martinez as Lupe, Lupe Ontiveros as Dolores, Tony Plana as Rudy, Rose Portillo as Della, Marco Rodriguez as Smiley, Miguel Delgado as Rufus, Roberta Delgado as Tillie and with Anacani Echeverria, Hammam Shafie, Honey Garcia, Laura Leyva, Sal Lopez, Luis Manuel, Kim Miyori, Angela Moya, Bertha E. Oropeza, Juan Rios, Nancy Salis, Candice L. Silva, Geno Silva, Antoinette Yuskis, Robert Beltran, Julio Medina, Diane Rodriguez and Socorro Valdez.

ZOOT SUIT. Screenplay is by Luis Valdez; [Final Draft Script with revisions in blue, pink, yellow and green], January 2, 1981, 109 pp. Featuring Daniel Valdez as Henry Reyna, Edward James Olmos as El Pachuco, Abel Franco as Enrique, Mike Gomez as Joey, Alma Martinez as Lupe, Lupe Ontiveros as Dolores, Tony Plana as Rudy, Rose Portillo as Della, Marco Rodriguez as Smiley, Miguel Delgado as Rufus, Roberta Delgado as Tillie and with Anacani Echeverria, Hammam Shafie, Honey Garcia, Laura Leyva, Sal Lopez, Luis Manuel, Kim Miyori, Angela Moya, Bertha E. Oropeza, Juan Rios, Nancy Salis, Candice L. Silva, Geno Silva, Antoinette Yuskis, Robert Beltran, Julio Medina, Diane Rodriguez and Socorro Valdez.

ZORRO – THE GAY BLADE. Screenplay is by Hal Dresner; [Revised Final Draft], October 3, 1980, 112 pp. Featuring Eduardo Noriega as Don Fancisco from San Jose, Carlos Bravo y Fernandez as Don Luis Obisbo from Bakersfield, Roberto Dumont as Ferraro, Jorge Bolio as Pablito, Ana Elisa Pérez Bolaños as Granddaughter, Francisco Mauri as Guard, Julian Colman as Martinez, Paco Morayta as Ramirez, Gustavo Ganem as Barman and Armando Duarte as Soldier.

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