For Class #1 and 2
|Instructor: Norman Hollyn||T.A.: Robert Abilez|
|Office: 323-275-1869||Phone: 213-220-0213-220-0408408|
E-Mail: hollyn [at] usc.edu
|E-Mail: rnabilez [at] gmail.com|
Note that the following script has been slightly adapted to make it easier to present on the Web. Normally, the dialogue lines are not centered, but indented about one-quarter of the way across the page.
INT SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The local sheriff, CHARLIE, is sitting at his desk reading the newspaper.
The door opens and a shadow spills across the wall. ETHAN CORD enters. He glances at Charlie as he makes his way over to the window. He stops and looks out.
ETHANNoticed you had a visitor.
He turns and makes his way back to where Charlie is sitting. Charlie is obviously scared, and stutters when answering.
Don't get yourself worked up
Charlie. I know who Matthew
Grady is. I need to know why
Ethan, he's just over here giving
me a little courtesy call and while
he was here, he just happened to
mention the fact that he's a Texas
I'm in a hurry Charlie.
Charlie starts to sweat.
All I know is, he's down here on
official business, s'all I know.
He's here for me.
To take me back to Texas.
Ethan, I can't talk about that.
Ethan's presence and threatening stare have shaken up Charlie. He starts giving up the information.
Ethan, all I know is he's down
here to take you back to Te- Texas
to stand trial.. and he told
me he'd try to take you back
alive, that's the truth.
He ask you for your help?
uh uh.. told me he wanted me to
stay out of it.
That's smart advice, Charlie.
Ethan turns to leave and closes the door behind him.
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Last Modified - October 15, 2012