A Woman Wrote That – 4 in a series – Thelma and Louise by Callie Khouri (1991)

This new “A Woman Wrote That” post is an echo of the Writers Guild campaign of a few years ago (“A Writer Wrote That”) where they noted famous movie quotes and credited the screenwriter rather than the director.  The difference here being that we will be posting lines from films written by female screenwriters.  Feel free to share! — Rosanne

A Woman Wrote That - 4 in a series - Thelma and Louise by Callie Khouri (1991)

Louise: “You get what you settle for.”

Thelma and Louise Script (PDF)

 

A Woman Wrote That – 3 in a series – E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

This new “A Woman Wrote That” post is an echo of the Writers Guild campaign of a few years ago (“A Writer Wrote That”) where they noted famous movie quotes and credited the screenwriter rather than the director.  The difference here being that we will be posting lines from films written by female screenwriters.  Feel free to share! — Rosanne

A Woman Wrote That - 2 in a series - E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

“ET Phone Home”

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Shooting Script (PDF)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial on IMDB

A Woman Wrote That – 2 in a series – Lady Sings The Blues, Screenplay by Suzanne De Passe, Chris Clark, and Terence McCloy

This new “A Woman Wrote That” post is an echo of the Writers Guild campaign of a few years ago (“A Writer Wrote That”) where they noted famous movie quotes and credited the screenwriter rather than the director.  The difference here being that we will be posting lines from films written by female screenwriters.  Feel free to share! — Rosanne

A Woman Wrote That - 2 in a series - Lady Sings The Blues, Screenplay by Suzanne De Passe, Chris Clark, and Terence McCloy

“Lady Sings The Blues” on IMDB

A Woman Wrote That: “It’s A Wonderful Life”, Written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett – 1 in a series

This new “A Woman Wrote That” post is an echo of the Writers Guild campaign of a few years ago (“A Writer Wrote That”) where they noted famous movie quotes and credited the screenwriter rather than the director.  The difference here being that we will be posting lines from films written by female screenwriters.  Feel free to share! — Rosanne

A Woman Wrote That:

Read more about “It’s A Wonderful Life” on IMDB