William Gunn

William Gunn

Screenwriter

Charlotte, North Carolina

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About William

I really enjoy screenwriting. It's given new purpose to my life! Favorite Quotes - "True friends stab you in the front." - Oscar Wilde - "Just Remember, Kid---It's All Bullshit." - Robert Mitchum to Nick Nolte at The Academy Awards. "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persuasive one" - Einstein. "I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member." - Groucho Marx. And my Favorite Quote, "I'd rather write than fuck." - Harlan Ellison. I'm planning to turn that one into Tee-shirts, Tote-bags and Bumper Stickers...I'm certain his estate won't mind. Another VERY Important Quote is by Charles Beaumont, "Attaining success in Hollywood is like climbing a gigantic mountain of cow flop, in order to pluck one perfect rose from the summit. And you find when you’ve made that hideous climb … you’ve lost the sense of smell."

Unique traits: In spite of my MS I fully enjoy life. My wife Barbara and I have been married nearly 45 years. We have a son, Geoffrey. We have a dog Carley. My Favorite Movies are 'The Godfather', 'The Royal Tennenbaums', 'American Graffiti', 'Casablanca', 'The Wizard of Oz', 'The Wild Bunch', 'Shane', 'The Day The Earth Stood Still', 'Pulp Fiction', 'North by Northwest', 'Watchmen', 'Oh Brother Where Art Thou'. And of course, Todd Browning's 'Freaks'

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  • TIMELOOP BLUES

    TIMELOOP BLUES Budget: $5M - $10M | Sci-fi Adventure In order to Maintain the Space-Time Continuum, Two Time Travelers risk everything -- Including their own Past.  And their Love for Each Other!

  • A WILDCAT'S TALE

    A WILDCAT'S TALE Comedy Fantasy A Mediocre Guitar Player sells his soul to the Devil to become the Very Best!  Now there's Hell to Pay!        

  • THE GREAT BROOKLYN BRIDGE CAPER OF 1930

    THE GREAT BROOKLYN BRIDGE CAPER OF 1930 Adventure Crime To become the Most Successful Conman in History, a daring criminal, with the help of his band of ‘Merry Men’ attempt to sell the Brooklyn Bridge. J. Edgar Hoover has other ideas.  

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