Marlowe script
Marlowe (2017)
Synopsis: Marlowe is a very ordinary field mouse who wakes up one morning in a Virginia farm burrow, sticks his head out and decides he is tired of being alone.

turns toward the door but Miss Penny is standing right in

the middle of the doorway purring.

COLE:

Oh. So that’s what you were

chasing last night, huh Penny

girl?

Cole quickly picks up a backpack and then the cat and goes

out – closing the door behind him.

COLE:

Don’t anybody go in my room

today – I’m working on a project.

Marlowe steps out the front door of the toy house and begins

to explore the room. He goes into every corner and every

dark space looking for a crack or a hole or some other enemy

who might wait for him in the night.

On a kitchen plate on the edge of Cole’s desk Marlowe finds

a piece of pizza and after smelling it and licking it he

sits down on the desk with the pizza in his hands and looks

out the window as he eats.

Marlowe takes the pizza and drags it into the toy house and

finishes it sitting in the rocking chair.

INT. COLE’S BEDROOM – AFTERNOON

The roof is lifted off the house. Marlowe jumps out of the

rocker and rushes upstairs until he meets Cole’s eyes and he

freezes.

COLE:

How can you have clothes? Are

you an alaene?

Cole slowly lowers his hand into the toy house.

COLE:

Now, don’t bite me aleene, I’m

not going to hurt you.

Marlowe looks at the huge hand and doesn’t know what to do.

He looks at Cole and Cole looks back. Marlowe doesn’t feel

any fear so he steps slowly forward toward the hand when he

realizes that he still is holding onto the pizza. He pushes

the piece up above his head and places it in Cole’s hand.

COLE:

Wow. You’re offering me food.

The old pizza which was on my desk.

Wow, this is soo cool. I’m Cole.

Nothing happens so Cole points to himself with his

other hand and repeats,

COLE:

I’m Cole. Guess you don’t speak

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Mark Mc Quown

Mark Mc Quown is the co-screenwriter of the feature, “PJ”, starring John Heard, Vincent Pastore, Robert Picardo, Hallie Kate Eisenberg and company. This film is partially based on Mark’s award-winning play of the same title. Mr. Mc Quown is a published writer with several articles in the onetime popular magazine, Petite. Mr. Mc Quown has won many writing awards for the following; “The Rocking Horse Christmas”, first place in the animation genre at The Santa Clarita International Film Festival in 1997, Quarter Finalist in The Chesterfield Screenplay Fellowship in 1997 with “Pier 21”, Semi Finalist in The Chesterfield in 1998 with “The China Tiger”, Quarter Finalist in 2000 in Scriptapalooza with, “ Jane The Legend of Mountain Charley”, Finalist in The International Family Film Festival 2005 with the animated feature, “The Cat and The Rat” (co screenwriter), Quarter Finalist in The Fade In Magazine Screenplay Contest in 2005 with, “The Missing Link” and Quarter Finalist in The Zoetrope contest in 2007 with “The Sudan”. Most recently Mark’s full length play, Resurrection Of The Snowbird was The Finalist in The Moondance International Film Festival in Boulder, Colorado and his screenplay, “The Contractor” (co-writer) has reached the Semi Finals of The Fade In Awards Screenplay Contest, 2015. Mark has an MFA in Directing for the Stage from The School of Theatre, Film and Television at UCLA. Mr. Mc Quown is a member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA, The New York Dramatist Guild, Association of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP) and InkTip.com online screenwriter service. Mr. Mc Quown has finished his 316 page, 110,000-word Fiction novel, Marlowe, about a mouse who speaks and wears a suit. more…

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