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The Seven Devils (Excerpt)

The Seven Devils (Excerpt)

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"The Seven Devils" follows Cody Miller, son of infamous outlaw Hank "Madman" Miller. After leaving The Seven Devils and starting a family, his old outfit finds him after years of searching. The leader of the gang, Malcolm Blaylock, has his men slaughter Hank, his wife, and his eight-year-old daughter.

The only survivor is Cody Miller, Hank's ten-year-old son. Cody isn't left unscathed. After using his father's gun to try to gun down Malcolm, the leader of the Seven Devils cuts the boy's trigger finger off.
In 1887, Cody is now seventeen but a grown man in these wild times. He goes from town to town looking for Malcolm Blaylock and his men.

In Deadwood, Cody meets Jebediah, a former member of the Seven Devils. The old man helps Cody find the location of Malcolm Blaylock: Leadville, Colorado. After a series of wild events such as train heists and shoot-outs, Jebediah shows his true colors and leaves Cody in a bad way.

In the end, Cody and some friends he meets along the way take on Malcolm Blaylock and the Seven Devils.
"The Seven Devils" is a throwback to the classic Westerns of the 60's and 70's. It's a brutal, character-driven morality tale with romance and light moments to bring balance to the story. The story has what fans of spaghetti westerns love and is fast-paced enough to keep modern audiences entertained.

If you are interested in reading the entire script, e-mail DaleZawada@gmail.com
"The Seven Devils" follows Cody Miller, son of infamous outlaw Hank "Madman" Miller. After leaving The Seven Devils and starting a family, his old outfit finds him after years of searching. The leader of the gang, Malcolm Blaylock, has his men slaughter Hank, his wife, and his eight-year-old daughter.

The only survivor is Cody Miller, Hank's ten-year-old son. Cody isn't left unscathed. After using his father's gun to try to gun down Malcolm, the leader of the Seven Devils cuts the boy's trigger finger off.
In 1887, Cody is now seventeen but a grown man in these wild times. He goes from town to town looking for Malcolm Blaylock and his men.

In Deadwood, Cody meets Jebediah, a former member of the Seven Devils. The old man helps Cody find the location of Malcolm Blaylock: Leadville, Colorado. After a series of wild events such as train heists and shoot-outs, Jebediah shows his true colors and leaves Cody in a bad way.

In the end, Cody and some friends he meets along the way take on Malcolm Blaylock and the Seven Devils.
"The Seven Devils" is a throwback to the classic Westerns of the 60's and 70's. It's a brutal, character-driven morality tale with romance and light moments to bring balance to the story. The story has what fans of spaghetti westerns love and is fast-paced enough to keep modern audiences entertained.

If you are interested in reading the entire script, e-mail DaleZawada@gmail.com

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EXT. DEADWOOD CITY LIMITS - DAYSUPER: 7 Years LaterOn a hill half a mile from the city, a one-eared horsecarries a seventeen-year-old bandit. The General is an oldhorse now, but ready.Cody’s grown up a bit. He’s young, but a man in these times.He has his father’s jaw now and bags under his eyes. He wears a brown glove on his right hand. The color on thetrigger finger is a bit different from the rest.Cody lights a hand-rolled cigarette. The General takes thatas a signal to trot towards the city.EXT. MONUMENT SALOON - DAYThe General leads Cody down the main street, the only street,of Deadwood. The unpaved road and makeshift buildings are a mess, and the citizens don’t look much better.Cody passes a general store, livery, and a small church witha skinny drunk PREACHER on its steps. Cody rides on.The young man looks to the Barbershop on his left, the saloonto his right. The General trots up to The Monument Saloon.Four rowdy Mexicans loiter outside the saloon. Cody gets offThe General and ties him to the post. Cody rubs TheGeneral’s face softly.The thugs snicker and mock Cody. FERNANDO, their leader,steps up.FERNANDOYou in love with your horse?Cody just turns and stares the guy down. Fernando scoffs andspits at Cody’s feet. He misses by a couple inches.CODYTwo inches just saved your life.The gang loves Cody’s spunk and laugh it up as Cody walksinside.INT. MONUMENT SALOON - DAYThe inside of the Monument is massive. It’s a three-storybuilding doubling as a hotel, although most customers onlyuse it for an hour or less.
 
The place is half full, of drunks, prostitutes, andcriminals.Cody walks up to the bar. WALSH, A lanky bartender withglasses, greets Cody.WALSHWhat can I get ya?Cody reaches into his jacket. He hears the hammer cocking ofa pistol behind him. Walsh smiles and looks over Cody’sshoulder at TUCK, Walsh’s number two.TUCKNot smart to walk into a bar andstart reaching, kid.The young man slowly pulls out a piece of paper. He unfoldsit to show Walsh the hand-drawn picture of Malcolm Blaylock.It’s not the best drawing, but gets Malcolm’s features downpretty well.CODYHave you seen this man?Walsh gives it a once-over.WALSHCan’t say I have.Cody shows Tuck, who just shrugs.TUCKCan’t say I have either. Don’treally see too many badly-drawn men walk in here.CODYThis isn’t a game.TUCKThat’s no way to talk with a gunaimed at your belly.WALSHBoys, boys.Walsh waves Tuck away. Tuck moves to the end of the bar.WALSH (CONT’D)I haven’t seen your daddy, boy.CODYHe ain’t my daddy.2.
 
WALSHFugitive of the law? You a lawman,kid?CODYYou know why I’m looking for this man. Tell me if you’ve seen him inthis town.WALSHIt’s not good for the developmentof our little Deadwood if strangerscome in and start shooting people.That’s bad for business.CODYI don’t give a damn about yourbusiness.WALSHBut you should. My lips are muchlooser when business is booming.CODYJust tell me who he is and I canget out of this hellhole.WALSHYou are new to business. That muchis apparent. I’ll make it easy foryou. I may have information on the whereabouts of that crudely-drawnoutlaw. You will get it after youdo something for me.CODYAnd what do you want from me?WALSHTuck, what do I want from thisyoung man?TUCKEverything.WALSHBut what do I NEED from him?TUCKNothing.WALSHYou have nothing to offer me, kid.You are useless to me.3.

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