Thursday, 4 February 2016

Rudolph Valentino & Chanson (Gay World War II Drama) Screenplays

 "Rudolph Valentino: A Dream of Desire"
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The gay star’s no-holds barred hedonistic life story, from an abusive childhood in Italy to Hollywood stardom and unprecedented wealth—the lovers and the peace and stability these brought to his tormented psyche; his courage and ribald sense of humour which saw him through his nightmares; the rapacious lesbian wives; the thieving manager and racist, money-grabbing studio moguls and their deliberating during his final illness whether he would be worth more to them dead or alive; the bigamy charges and prison rapes; his terror, though unashamed and proud of his sexuality, of being regarded as a non-manly man by the tabloids at a time in America when homosexuals were perceived as degenerates.

Copyrighted by the US Screenwriters Guild, of which David Bret is a member, and lodged with InkTip.com





"Chanson: A Story of Forbidden Love Set During the German Occupation of Paris"

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Based on David Bret’s novel, the story of Marcel, the famous womanizing French singer from the wrong side of the tracks who ditches his wife and mistress and defies all the odds to have an unprecedented, passionate love affair with Jürgen, a young enemy lieutenant during the German Occupation of Paris.

Copyrighted by the US Screenwriters Guild, of which David Bret is a member, and lodged with InkTip.com






David Bret biographies, screenplays, novels, plays and spoofs are at www.davidbretindependent.co.uk

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