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Reading scripts will make you a better screenwriter. Here are some free downloadable scripts. They are in proper screenplay format and, in some instances, include multiple drafts. Thank you to all the contributors listed below.

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A Perfect World - written by John Lee Hancock (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Philadelphia - written by Ron Nyswaner (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Phone Booth - written by Larry Cohen (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Platoon - written by Oliver Stone (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Pleasantville (Oct. 7 '98 draft) - written by Gary Ross (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Pleasantville (shooting script) - written by Gary Ross (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Power of One - written by Robert Mark Kamen (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Pretty Woman - written by Jonathan Lawton and Stephen Metcalfe

Pulp Fiction - written by Quentin Tarantine & Roger Avary

Punch Drunk Love - written by Paul Thomas Anderson (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Raging Bull - written by Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Raiders of the Lost Ark - written by Lawrence Kasdan

Raising Arizona - written by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Rear Window - written by John Michael Hayes (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Rebel Without a Cause - written by Stewart Stern (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Return of the Jedi (aka Revenge of the Jedi) (2nd draft) - written by Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas (courtesy of Sci Fi Scripts)

Return of the Jedi (third draft) - written by Lawrence Kasdan & George Lucas (courtesy of Sci Fi Scripts)

Return to Me - written by Bonnie Hunt and Donald Lake (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - written by Pen Densham & John Watson (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Runaway Bride - written by Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott (courtesy of Awesome Movie Scripts)

Rushmore - written by Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Saving Private Ryan - written by Robert Rodat (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Saint - written by Jonathan Hensleigh (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Schindler's List - written by Steven Zaillian (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Scream - written by Kevin Williamson

Scream 2 - written by Kevin Williamson

Seven (Jan. 27 '92) - written by Andrew Kevin Walker (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Seven (Aug. 8 '94) - written by Andrew Kevin Walker (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Seven (unspecified draft) - written by Andrew Kevin Walker (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Shakespeare in Love - written by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard

Sex, Lies and Videotape - written by Steven Soderbergh (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Shawshank Redemption - written by Frank Darabont (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Shining - written by Diane Johnson & Stanley Kubrick (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Signs - written by M. Night Shyamalan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Silence of the Lambs - written by Ted Tally (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Simone - written by Andrew Niccol (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Sixth Sense - written by M. Night Shyamalan (courtesy of The Weekly Script)

Sleepy Hollow (April 10 '95) - written by Kevin Yagher and Andrew Kevin Walker (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Sleepy Hollow (Sep. 29 '98) - written by Andrew Kevin Walker and Tom Stoppard (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Snatch - written by Guy Ritchie (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Sneakers - written by Phil Alden Robinson and Lawrence Lasker (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Solaris - written by Steven Soderbergh (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Spartan - written by David Mamet (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Speed - written by Graham Yost

Star Trek 7: Generations - written by Rick Berman, Ronald D. Moore, Brannon Braga (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Star Trek 8: First Contact - written by Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Star Trek 9: Insurrection - written by Michael Pillar & Rick Berman (courtesy of geocities.com/uss_patriot_1)

Star Trek 10: Nemesis - written by John Logan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

State and Main (unspecified draft) - written by David Mamet (courtesy of The Daily Script)

State and Main (shooting script) - written by David Mamet (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Sting - written by David Ward (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Sweet Hereafter - written by Atom Egoyan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Swingers - written by John Favreau (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Taking Lives - written by Jon Bokenkamp (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Talented Mr. Ripley - written by Anthony Minghella (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Taxi Driver - written by Paul Schrader (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Terminator 2: Judgement Day - written by James Cameron & William Wisher (courtesy of Sci Fi Scripts)

Thelma and Louise - written by Callie Khouri (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Thirteen Days - written by David Self (courtesy of The Daily Script)

This Boy’s Life - written by Robert Getchell (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Three Days of the Condor - written by Lorenzo Semple Jr. and David Rayfiel

Three Kings (aka Spoils of War) (first draft) - written by John Ridley (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Three Kings (June 22 '98 draft) - written by David O. Russell, story by John idley and David O. Russell (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Three Kings (Feb. 17 '99 draft) - written by David O. Russell, story by John Ridley (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Three Men and a Baby - written by Jim Cruickshank, James Orr and Coline Serreau (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Three Musketeers - written by David Loughery (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Time Machine - written by David Duncan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Time Machine - written by John Logan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Tin Cup - written by John Norville and Ron Shelton (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Top Gun - written by Chip Proser (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Toy Story - written by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Coen and Alec Sokolow (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Traffic - written by Simon Moore & Stephen Gaghan (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Training Day (Aug. 18 '99) - written by David Ayer (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Training Day (April '01) - written by David Ayer (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Troy (first draft - Final Draft document) - written by Michael Tabb (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Troy (Feb. 21 '03) - written by David Benioff (courtesy of The Daily Script)

True Lies - written by James Cameron (courtesy of Awesome Movie Scripts)

True Romance - written by Quentin Tarantino (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Truman Show (early draft) - written by Andrew Niccol (courtesy of The Daily Script)

The Truman Show (shooting script) - written by Andrew Niccol (courtesy of The Daily Script)

Twins - written by William Osborne & William Davies, revised by Timothy Harris & Hershel Weingrod and William Goldman (courtesy of The Daily Script)

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