Synopsis: A boy...a girl...a man...a woman...cut down by bullets. SHOOTER unknown...CRIME unsolved. WEEKS LATER...On the table top of the northern mountain range a man EMERGES. He is young and tall, blond and blue-eyed. A small beard covers his face. He is a sardonic man wearing a trench coat and a wide brimmed hat low on his forehead. A Colt.45 sits in a holster on his left hip. And he walks dragging a coffin behind. This is the beginning of Django Returns. It is a classic Western drama of revenge...renewal...and redemption. 127 pages. It is written to rival ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST...as the greatest western movie of all time. WGA, EAST#R25071.
Synopsis: The four of them came of age 20 years after the Caribou Gold Rush, when the pickings afforded by the land ranged from slim to none. Guided by the prophesies and promises of the delusional soothsayer, Feemy Wildbird, the McLeans and Hare galloped away from Kamloops, British Columbia, in search of a better life on those ever-elusive "streets paved with gold" in New York City. To win the family's fortune, the brawniest McLean brother, Allan, is elected to vie for big prize money in a famous (but infamous) fight to the death against the eighth annual winner of that event, a towering giant from Manitoba. Our often-comedic, action-packed story is loosely based on the actual story of The McLeans and Alex Hare, four hell-raisers in B.C. during the late 1870's. This screenplay was inspired by an early folk song entitled "Four Rode By" by the Canadian duo Ian & Sylvia. Four Of a Kind is registered with the Writers' Guild Of America, #1100427.
Synopsis: Retired gunfighter Alamo Brock has turned in his guns for the quiet life of a rancher. But when his family is brutally murdered, he seeks revenge on his attackers. Rescued by a mystical, white horse, Alamo teams up with a U.S. Marshal, who also wants justice. But vengeance and justice are different. Or are they? An epic western loaded with action and suspense, The Borderline will have you on the edge of your seat from the first frame, until the final, spine-tingling climax. Alamo wants vengeance, and the Marshal wants justice. But where do you draw the line? This dichotomy is so powerful that it actually turns the two heroes against each other in the end. What is vengeance? And what is justice? You decide. Murray Williams 3927 Kitchen Hill Lane Sugar Land, TX 77479 713.417.8422 email@example.com www.theborderline-movie.com
Synopsis: Jarron Clark is a rugged loner that joins a peaceful wagon train bound for Oregon.Chuck Fairley is the first man to take Jarron in & accept him as one of their own.Jarron plans to rob the wagons,but it backfires when his gang of outlaws double-crosses him.Left with nothing, Jarron ventures out on his own only to rescue Chuck's wife,Laura, from a runaway wagon.His heroism is not enough to convince the wagon train he can be trusted & he's banished to the isolated trail.Without food & water & being a wanted man, Jarron struggles to survive. When the wagon train crosses paths with a beleaguered Jarron later on, Laura nurses him back to health.With wild animals,Indians, & thieves around each bend,Jarron's ability to handle danger slowly wins back some of the trust he'd lost.Jarron proves to be a vital as a hired gun & the wagon train realizes they need Jarron just as much as he needs them.The train's only chance to make it to Oregon lies in their fragile trust of Jarron,a former outlaw.
Synopsis: Rube Burrow made his name as an outlaw of the Wild West. He was born in Alabama and at the age of 18 moved westward to Texas to become a rancher. In the story that follows Rube and his family had been living on their Texas ranch for some years when the Railroads take over his land bought for a cheap price. Rube, his brother and ranch hand turn to robbing trains partly for revenge and also financial reward. A 5 man gang is formed with three succesful robberies before one of his gang is killed and another two captured. However, Rube manages to aquire another ranch in Texas where it seems at one stage he might settle with his family but the excitement and rewards from train robbery tempts him to continue his exploits. More recruits are found for another hold up and a final robbery involves a solo attempt by Rube and he makes good his escape. The law enforcement officers step up their efforts to capture him and he rides to Alabama but dies in a gunfight with a sheriff.
Synopsis: Linc Hill and his gang are notorious thieves and murderers known throughout Texas. His life as a slave and the horrors he experienced have driven Linc to a life of crime. Despite the harshness of his choices, there is goodness in Linc's life and it is embodied in his beautiful wife and son. When his son is a young teenager, Linc is responsible for an accident that leaves his son mentally impaired. His wife is distraught and angrily sends Linc away. Years after Linc's departure, his son is wrongly accused of murder in the town of No Trees, Texas. After a sham trial the son is found guilty and sentenced to be hung. Linc's wife, desperate to save her son, works out a deal with the corrupt judge who wants her land and her body in exchange for the boy's life. Following a night of agonizing sex, she awakes to find she has been duped. Swearing a vow of vengeance she sends for Linc, who returns intent on sending the culprits to hell. WGAfirstname.lastname@example.org
Synopsis: Ben Wolf, a war-weary Civil War veteran, returns home to his Virginia family farm, restless and and full of wanderlust after his time on the battlefield. After the deaths of his parents he leaves the only home he's ever known to seek his destiny out west. He finds it - or it finds him - in the form of a deputy's badge in a lawless cowboy outpost somewhere in the Texas badlands. In time Ben becomes the sheriff of Daneland, a boom town along the ever-expanding railway line. We follow Ben on his adventures through the years - tracking down a sadistic gunslinger terrorizing the country, being hunted by the gunslinger's brother hell-bent on revenge - all the while as the railroad brings the era of the "Wild" West to an end. In time, a gang of train robbers holds up the train of a powerful railroad magnate. The tycoon dispatches a pair of hired guns to kill the robbers. The paths of all three - robbers, killers, and Ben Wolf - cross in a blaze of glory, turning Ben Wolf into a legend.
Synopsis: In 1866, a Harvard-educated surgeon (Slyvester) is escorting his sister (Mimi)from Boston to Fort Meade to be married to a US Army officer. At Pilgrims' Pass their wagon train is attacked by Cheyenne Indians who kill all except for Mimi, who is taken captive, and Sylvester, who is left for dead. After Sylvester awakens, he crawls to a nearby river to wash his head wound. There he finds an eight-year old Sioux Indian boy who is bleeding to death. Sylvester saves his life. The chief of the Sioux (who is the father of the boy) and several warriors find the boy and Sylvester. They befriend Sylvester because he saved the life of the child and so Sylvester's odyssey to find his sister begins. He meets a 70 year-old white drifter and his 50 year-old black son who help him. They eventually rescue Sylvester's sister from the Cheyenne, but are killed in the process. Sylvester falls in love with a Sioux maiden & stays in the West. Mimi is rejected by her army officer and returns to the East.
Synopsis: We find Luke, alone in the mountains of Western American (1868)... tracked down by bounty hunters and crooked lawmen... and haunted by the image of his fiance, Mary, who was shot down in front of him. He narrates, through violent flashbacks, his story of how a simple game of poker caused a string of events that led to his present dire situation. But it is not over yet... having survived cruel imprisonment, hard labour, and the hangman's noose, he still faces constant persecution. The cause of all his suffering is a single man called Jack King. In true epic style, Luke musters up a force big enough to exact revenge on his enemy. The only thing that remains uncertain is the whereabouts of Mary.
Synopsis: Rancher Brandon Sheehan wants Drexel Moncrief's land for his railroad spur. He sends Sheriff Bill Smith and his deputies, Cole "Hawk" Hawkins and Creed Bonham out to foreclose on the Moncrief's ranch. Drexel and his sons refuse to leave, goading the lawmen into a bloody shootout. Wounded by a glancing shot to the head, Creed begins to act irrationally. Facing pressure from Brandon to sell their failing ranches, lawyer Chris Harte, the Tate family and Chris' client, hard-luck Mexican rancher Caesar Galvez now stand in Brandon's way. Caesar is forced to sell the family ranch to Brandon. He swears vengeance against Chris and the town for his misfortune. Creed begins drinking heavily, taking his frustrations out on his alcoholic girlfriend, Harriet. As his erratic behavior escalates, Creed beats Chris, challenges Caesar to a shootout and forces a final confrontation with Hawk... while Caesar makes good on his vow to see Chris and the town suffer.