photoplay[ foh-tuh-pley ]SEE DEFINITION OF photoplay
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHOTOPLAY
He had been only two hours preparing the "photoplay" and it looked like "easy money."
She turned a page of the new Photoplay and cried suddenly, Look at this!
Because we must act in the photoplay, you see, in lieu of other performers.
"Fat lot you care," complained the photoplay actor sullenly.
Scarcely a photoplay but hints at the Imagists in one scene.
The photoplay interior, as has been reiterated, is small and three-cornered.
It is not a part of the dogmatic system of photoplay criticism.
In the photoplay theatre it is not so vociferous, but as keenly felt.
Who will endow the local photoplay and the Imagist photoplay?
The photoplay can speak the language of the man who has a mind World's Fair size.