Jules' Dog (aka Untitled) by Jacqueline Letkowski (nee Pennetta) | Script Revolution

Jules' Dog (aka Untitled)



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the Italian Film, "Umberto D"
An elderly man, who just found out he's dying, must figure out what to do with his dog.
Submitted: November 26, 2017
Last Updated: November 26, 2017

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The Writer: Jacqueline Letkowski (nee Pennetta)

The Funny Stuff: At the age of three, my parents sent me to a child psychologist; "Why?" you may ask... because my first words were lines mimicked from Looney Tunes (and for a LONG time, those were literally the only words I would use). They anxiously awaited my prognosis only for the doctor to report that, "She just really really likes T.V.." Since then, film & television have always been my number one passion. My interest in the arts expanded over the years and branched out towards the fine arts, singing, acting (I've actually been told I bear a striking resemblance to Ralph Macchio- except his mustache is a little bigger than mine LOL.) and of course... comedy. ​ The Boring Stuff:... Go to bio
Agency: Better Management
Manager: Jordan Imiola

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