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Judyth and Lee, the movie script


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JVB's hoped for movie...will it be a spy thriller or a documentary?

Instead of resorting to documentation and claimed "facts"...let's

just resort to common sense, bit by bit...on the JVB scenario, as

I understand it.

Let's just look at the screenplay and see whether the audience will

buy it, based on common sense.

Scene 1. A teen-age woman stands in a line at the post post office,

holding in her hand a newspaper with a "coded ad" placed by her

fiance. A young man walks up and gets in line behind her. She

drops the coded newspaper, and the man graciously picks it up.

She thanks the stranger by speaking to him in Russian. He replies

in Russian, Though engaged to another man, she instantly falls in

love with the stranger.

Scene 2. She invites him to "walk her home".

Scene 3. The stranger tells her he is connected to the CIA and Mafia.

He offers to introduce her to his contacts.

Scene 4. They travel around town together as he introduces her to

Guy Banister, a former FBI man, now a private investigator, who is

involved in the Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Scene 5. They go to the apartment of David Ferrie, where he tells

her he had known Ferrie from the time he was in the Civil Air Patrol.

Scene 6. They take a bus to the famed medical clinic run by Dr.

Ochsner, where the stranger known as Lee says he will introduce

her to the famed doctor. Lee goes into the doctor's office while

the teen girl waits in the waiting room. Then, Lee comes out and

invites her into the inner office to meet Ochsner. What a thrill for

a young girl interested in medical research.

Scene 7. It has been a busy day. The young couple take the

long bus ride back to her place. What a day! Two soulmates had

found each other. FADE TO BLACK

If you saw a movie start like this screenplay, would you take it to

be fictional or documentary? As fiction, it might be an interesting

James Bond type of spy thriller. As a documentary it is contrary

to common sense.

Jack

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