Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

Dr. Seuss, Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio

Language: English

Pages: 103

ISBN: 2:00113934

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Screenplay of the film Dr. Seuss' The Lorax:

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embarrassing comments and takes off. TED Okay, gotta run! Bye! Audrey watches him go with a smile. TED (CONT’D) Okay, Grammy, let’s get you home. EXT: AUDREY’S BACKYARD - CONTINUOUS Audrey arrives in the backyard and looks up at her house. She DROPS THE PAINT CANS in horror. 59. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax 1-6-12 Final Locked Reels Conform Her mural, the entire backside of her house, has been PAINTED OVER. Her tree mural is gone. It’s completely white with a “Courtesy of O’Hare Inc” logo painted

Melvin? ONCE-LER Melvin! The mule looks back, shaking his head in disappointment. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax 1-6-12 Final Locked Reels Conform ONCE-LER (CONT’D) Hey, Pipsqueak. Pipsqueak turns back to the Once-ler who offers him a marshmallow. Hey. ONCE-LER (CONT’D) He shakes his head in disappointment and walks off with the rest of the animals. Once the animals are gone, it’s just the Lorax and the Onceler. The Lorax stands on a pile of rocks. The Once-ler takes off his biggered hat in shame.

INT: ELEVATOR - PRESENT - CONTINUOUS Everyone on the elevator stars awkwardly at Ted, Audrey, and Grammy Norma. 89. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax 1-6-12 Final Locked Reels Conform EXT: KITE PARK - PRESENT - CONTINUOUS DING! The elevator doors open, and they speed out into the Kite Park, which is at the top of Thneedville’s tallest building. Ted weaves in and out of the KIDS flying kites powered by GIANT FANS. They stop at the edge of the building. Not good! TED How’s it doing? Audrey looks down at

ONCE-LER (O.S.) Didn’t you read the signs? is supposed to come here! No one The clamp spins Ted around, lowers him to the ground and lets him go. Then it begins pushing him back down the path toward Thneedville. ONCE-LER (O.S.) (CONT'D) Get out of here and leave me alone! And don’t let the boot hit you on the way out. The boot? TED A mechanical boot kicks Ted in the butt. TED (CONT’D) Whoa, hello! Ow... He stops and turns back around, holding out the payment in his hand. 19. Dr. Seuss' The

start not so long ago maybe? ONCE-LER (O.S.) Do you want a tree? Yes. TED Yes... ONCE-LER (O.S.) Then it all started a long, long time ago... EXT: ONCE-LER FAMILY HOME - PAST - DAY Cross dissolve from Old Once-ler to a much younger Once-ler sitting on a COVERED WAGON which is hitched to a sad-looking mule named MELVIN in front of a nice house with a CAR parked in front. Standing there to see him off are his MOTHER, his moronic brothers BRETT and CHET, his monstrous GREAT-AUNT GRIZELDA, and his

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