Another Saturday Night

Randolph Randy Camp

Randolph Randy Camp


Title: ‘Darlene’

Logline: The owner of an upscale match-making agency breaks her own policies to help two young kids reunite their parents.

DARLENE is a romantic comedy with an urban flare. Tired of spending Saturday nights alone, Cheryl, a single mother of two, hires a professional match-making service to help her find a man. To better her chances of finding someone, Cheryl creates a phony persona (Darlene) while working with the agency.

DARLENE: US Copyright Office Reg# PAu-002-449-813, Author: Randolph R. Camp

A Personal note from the author: “This was my very first attempt at writing a romantic comedy. I wrote DARLENE as a tribute to all of the single parents who sometimes spend their Saturday nights alone.” – R.Camp



Title: LaBrea’s Moon

Logline: Two young sweethearts from the backwoods of Georgia get swindled by a fast-tongue snake preying on their Hollywood dreams.

LABREA’S MOON is a contemporary Southern noir filled with romance, betrayal and murder. After their high school graduation, Ty and LaBrea plan to leave the backwoods of Georgia and head to Hollywood to pursue their dreams. Still in need of more money for their cross-country trip, LaBrea, an aspiring actress, auditions for a local modeling job. Swindled by Lenny, a fast-tongue hustler, LaBrea is consumed with guilt and shame. Seeking revenge, Ty confronts Lenny and blood starts to spill in peaceful Orchard Valley.

LaBrea’s body was found on the bank of the Chattahoochee River.

Ty was found in a puddle of blood at the Peach Fuzz Motel.

TAGLINE: “Sometimes Dreams Die Too Young”

LABREA’S MOON: US Copyright Office Reg# PAu-002-692-618, Author: Randolph R. Camp

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About Randolph Randy Camp

Randolph Randy Camp: Screenwriter, Blogger , Storyteller, Youth Advocate and Mentor : The country boy from the backwoods of Virginia with a thousand stories to tell.
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