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Scarab Mist Film Script

by Thomas Lee Howell
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date: 2013-10
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
Pages: 94 pages
ISBN 13: 9781493527397
ISBN 10: 1493527398
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SCARAB MIST: WGA* 118958 Action/Adventure/small cast Treasure Hunters must find the secret formula to an addictive perfume before its manufacturer can rule the unsuspecting world and corner the fragrance market. LYN HOWE and the 'FINDERS KEEPERS' crew search for BLACK PETE'S sea chest, an ancient gem, and the secret formula to an addictive new perfume called 'Scarab Mist'. Fashion market big wheel 'BOSS PARKER' finances an illegal enterprise to create a fragrance that stuns consumers into buying it. He runs the subliminal TV advertising slogan, 'You can't resist Scarab Mist', which hypnotizes the unsuspecting public into believing that they can't live without his product.
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