UnScripts talk:Law & Order: Puritan New England

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Pup 02:35 08 Feb '11

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to use your script and make a radio version of it, I hope with your permission. I am a British actor and I think this is amazing.

Please let me know.



Hi there. The way our content here works is it is covered by CC-BY-NC-SA licence, which makes it near impossible for you to use it in any commercial format. Having said that, the copyright of the piece is retained by the creator of the piece - in this case User:Guildensternenstein. Unfortunately he isn't as active now as he has been. I've added a note to his talk page and - hopefully - he will see it there.                               Puppy's talk page01:41 17 Feb
Hello. I'm the writer of the piece in question. First of all, I'm flattered. Second of all, what would you be using it for, exactly? —Unführer Guildy Ritter von Guildensternenstein 06:12, February 17, 2013 (UTC)
Hi thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I want to basically just for fun make a recording of it with a friend and I speaking the text. I wouldn't be using it for any commercial purposes. We're armatures and we'd probably put it on SoundCloud. I'm not out to make any money whatsoever, I was just inspired by the script and thought it would be fun to bring it to life through radio performance ie sound only. I also thought it would be only polite to ask your permission first as I would be pissed if someone nicked my stuff and didn't give me any credit.

If you'd like to check out my Soundcloud account It's here:


I'd obviously include you in the credits as the author, if you'd like to PM me (I think you can do that on here) I'll give you my email,


GKS User:A9025911

I see. Go wild, by all means. I'd like to see the finished product when it's done. —Unführer Guildy Ritter von Guildensternenstein 00:59, February 18, 2013 (UTC)
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