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Night Crawl, the Script By Paul W. Cooper
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Screenplay for a major motion picture. A guy with a video camera stalks a serial killer intent on catching him "live on tape." News at Eleven. Danny Guidry discovers his uncanny knack... More > for videotaping breaking news events and becomes a video vigilante, plunging himself into the high-tech, cutthroat, laser-paced world of "guerrilla journalism." Equipped with a police scanner, video camera and a fast car, he cruises the streets of New Orleans at night alert to the calls reporting heinous crimes he can tape and sell to news stations. What used to be called the graveyard shift is now called the Night Crawl. Danny gets good at night crawling. So good, he often beats the cops to the crime scene.< Less
Night of the Wolf, the Script By Paul W. Cooper
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Screenplay for an Animal Planet film. A woman rancher is thrown from her horse and stranded in isolated mountain wilderness where she forges a remarkable relationship with a trapped wolf. Together... More > they struggle against the elements and ruthless poachers who threaten them. Only she can save the wolf and only her fourteen-year-old son can save her.< Less
Mingo Road, the script By Paul W. Cooper
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Screenplay for a major motion picture. A man is released after 16 years in prison and returns to the town where he was responsible for the accidental deaths of 18 children. Brodie Ransom, 37,... More > returns to Garnet, OK after a 16 year absence. News spreads like wildfire through the little town and reactions are intense. No one thought he would have the nerve to ever come back.< Less
Big Sky, the Movie By Paul W. Cooper
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Screenplay for a major motion picture. BIG SKY is the story of a remarkable woman who has devoted her life to the troubled young people who come into her world. CAROLINE GARRETT, Dr. of... More > Veterinary Medicine has known deep disappointment as well as spectacular success in her forty odd years of life. She raised her younger brother, Robby, who is 23 now and her partner in the ranch she calls Big Sky. Together they provide a home for juvenile offenders sent to work off their community service or foster children either abandoned or removed from unfit parents; kids who desperately need some love and guidance in their lives.< Less
Because I Can, the novel By Paul W. Cooper
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A boy flees Communist East Germany to seek freedom in America.
Because I Can, the play By Paul W. Cooper
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The play tells the true story of Peter Wolf, a boy born at the end of World War II and who grew up in Communist East Germany. It's 1958 and eleven-year-old Peter Wolf lives in the war-rubble squalor... More > of East Germany which is ruled with an iron fist by the Soviet Communists. In Peter's world, soccer matches in the cobblestone streets are interrupted by Russian tanks clattering through their midst and live hand-grenades still lie rusting in the dirt in vacant lots. People stand in long lines to buy rancid meat, water pails are kept on toilet lids to prevent sewer rats from invading apartments and, worst of all, every citizen is encouraged to spy upon every other citizen and report any suspect behavior to the despised Secret Police called Stassi. Against this setting, Peter Wolf is enlightened and becomes aware of the political system that rubs raw and grinds down the inborn human spirit.< Less
My Great Plains Journey, novel By Paul W. Cooper
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In the 1920's, a poor farm family with 7 children set out on a journey across the Great Plains in three tiny prairie schooners. They encountered twisters, flashfloods and blizzards, Indians,... More > barnstormers and bank robbers, injury, accident and runaway horses. It was a remarkable journey. But by the time it had ended, they were down to one wagon and had fallen 176 miles short of their destination. They would have all died but for a Christmas miracle.< Less