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Part of the shortlist, selected 10 years later in 2015, consisted of the 101 funniest All-Time scripts. New listing included 86 years of great script writing, from The Gold Rush (1925) to Bridesmaids (2011). Fact and commentary on the 101 largest film scripts: Every film, past or present, whether in German or not, was entitled to participate.
Among the 101 celebrities in the listing were the film name, film year, filmmaker, writer (s) and a memorial line of dialog (and the actor/movie person who said the line). "The most catchy and touching images, like a classical symphonic composers or authors of a loved novel, would not have existed without their main designer, the filmwriter.
"The 101 Greatest Screenplays will at last break the records by capturing the best in screenwriting and acknowledging the magicians behind the curtain: the men and woman who have written the greatest movies of all times. Willody Allen (), Francis Ford Coppola (), Billy Wilder (), William Goldman (), John Huston (), Charlie Kaufman (), Ben Hecht (), Michael Wilson (), James L.
Seventy-five of the 101 movies on the screenplay shortlist either won an Oscar for Best Screenplay (39) or an Oscar nominee for Best Screenplay (36). View the description of this page about the awards for Best Screenplay and Best Writing Academy that The Greatest Films has chosen as 100 Greatest Movies.
Staged by Alfred Hitchcock (1946)Written by Ben Hecht "I'm a stubborn type, full of soreness. "The screenplay by Christopher Nolan, on the basis of Jonathan Nolan's brief novel "Memento Mori" (2000; director Christopher Nolan)Just because there are things I don't recall doesn't mean that my acts are insignificant. Screenplay by Walon Green and Sam Peckinpah, Walon Green's and Roy Sickner's tale "When you're with a man, you stick with him.
" Written by Nunnally Johnson, after the novel by John Steinbeck "Wir sind die Menschen, die leben. "Written by Frank S. Nugent, after the novel by Alan Le May "That'll be the day. In 1956, directed by John Ford. "Sidney Carroll & Robert Rossen, after the novel by Walter Tevis "Admit it.
" Screen storyline and screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola and Edmund H. North, on the basis of "A Soldier's Story" by Omar H. Bradley and "Patton: "Written by Joseph Stefano, after the novel by Robert Bloch "Mother.... What is the sentence? "Written by David Mamet, after the novel by Barry Reed "I modified my today.
" Scriptwriter Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor, after the novel by Rex Pickett "Come on, man....... "Written by Eric Roth, after Winston Groom's novel "Mama always said:'Life is like a chocolate carton. The screenplay was written by Phil Alden Robinson on the basis of W.P. Kinsella's "Shoeless Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta):
" Written in 1963: Regie Federico Fellini)Drehbuch von Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli, Ennio Flaiano, Brunello Rondi. Fellini tale, Flaiano "Happiness is being able to tell the true without harming anyone. "Scriptwriter William Goldman, written in 1987 by Rob Reiner, on the basis of his novel "Mein Name ist Inigo Montoya. The screenplay by John Michael Hayes, written by Alfred Hitchcock, was inspired by the Cornell Woolrich novel "She is too perfected, she is too gifted, she is too beautiful, she is too demanding, she is anything but what I want.
" Scenario by Donn Pearce and Frank Pierson, after the novel by Donn Pearce "Ich kann fzig Eier essen. "Written by Jerzy Kosinski, influenced by Jerzy Kosinski's novel "There will be this year. "Written by Earl W. Wallace & William Kelley, written by William Kelley and Pamela Wallace & Earl W. Wallace in 1985 "Listen, you take my photo, ladies, and I will tear off your bra and stifle you.
" Composer John G. Avildsen (1976)Written by Sylvester Stallone "Adrian! "Scriptwriter Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman, script by Spike Jonze, 2002, script by Susan Orlean entitled "The Orchid Thief" "Coffee would help me think......". "The script by Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin, script by Jake La Motta with Joseph Carter and Peter Savage "You win, ye win" (1980; directed by Martin Scorsese).