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silver screen

noun as in motion picture industry

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His renaissance on the silver screen is well-earned, considering that the actor has devoted himself to entertaining audiences, appearing in nearly 100 titles across his career.

Despite boasting resolutions that silver screens provide, most of the TVs in the market today lack in the sound department in exchange for thinner frames.

Her name was Courtney, and she was a fashion editor for magazines like Photoplay, Screenland, Silver Screen.

On Christmas weekend, a North Korean tyrant has decided what American teenagers will see on the silver screen.

The compilation also brought the Nazi-riffic Apt Pupil and leach-tastic The Body (aka Stand By Me) to the silver screen.

It just, recently, has stopped being scripted on the silver screen.

His pulpy brand of crime fiction will live on not only in paperback form, but also on the silver screen.

A small movie projector began to purr; a bright rectangle was thrown upon the silver screen and then, Lee stirred.

Acknowledged by producers, directors, film stars and the public alike as an authority on the silver screen art.

Across its silver screen there passed a long procession of pictures.

And on a far wall, facing them all, hung a silver screen, fifty feet square.

What was unrolled on the silver screen were chapters from Lee's own life.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to silver screen, such as: big screen, cinema, filmdom, films, hollywood, and motion pictures.

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