Ode To Jeremiah by Steve Cupp | Script Revolution

Ode To Jeremiah



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An alcoholic musician tries to cope with his newfound fatherhood and an imminent death in the family.

Jeremiah ‘Bullfrog’ Fitzsimmons wakes up Sunday morning to find his beloved motorcycle is missing and his truck won’t start. The night before he made the announcement that his band would be the opening act for Toby Keith on his new tour. Then his ex-girlfriend comes calling to tell him she is leaving town and she is taking the child that just might be his with her. On top of that his “Pappaw” is dying and he isn’t living up to his Dad’s expectations. And with a sister who is going to have to face a cousin that raped her Jeremiah has plenty to worry him. Thank God for beer, right?

Submitted: January 22, 2020
Last Updated: January 22, 2020
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The Writer: Steve Cupp

I am a happily married 49 year old tattoo artist from Hamilton, Ohio. I have three kids, two dogs, two cats, and one ex-wife. I have an art degree and a degree in electronic media from the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. I love motorcycles, traveling, movies, television, and art. I have owned and operated my own tattoo shop in Oxford, Ohio since 1997. I started writing ideas for screenplays in high school. After learning the rules and format I set out to write one. That was 30 years ago! Now I have a couple of them that I think are worth producing. My favorite movies are those that cost as little as possible to make. These include Get Low, The Full Monty,... Go to bio

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