Fifty-Six: The Great American T-Bird Adventure

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iUniverse, 2002 - Fiction - 148 pages
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Winner of the 2001 Screenplay as Literature contest, Fifty-Six The Geat American T-Bird Adventure is Pure American entertainment for Americans about Americans: The good, the bad, the psycho! All linked by a common thread: Our love affair with beautiful cars.

The spiritually eminent Grim Reaper unfolds the adventures of a custom powder-puff pink 1956 Thunderbird, which he has witnessed first hand through the wild antics of her various eccentric owners: Spatts the Hit Man, Madeline the Movie Star, and Sick Rick the Serial Killer, to mention a few.

Beginning on the Ford assembly line in 1956, this early bird’s evolution into a legend culminates with her T-bird tale end, as she is displayed at the Stop’N Rockorama, beside her descendant: The 2002 Ford Thunderbird model.

This original musical screenplay is filled with original song lyrics woven throughout the storyline. The music is heard from car radios, jukeboxes as well as live performances throughout this fast-paced thriller.


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