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silver screen

the Informal
1. films collectively or the film industry
2. the screen onto which films are projected
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But despite his job selling to customers, Ron always remembered sneaking a peek at the sirens of the age on the silver screen.
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Before making his first appearance on the silver screen in 1914, William S.
But John Gough, 74, who goes to Silver Screen with wife Shirley, said: "The letter was unnecessary.
To date, the Silver Screen Legend project has raised almost $1,000,000 for abused children.
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When Howard Hawks brought Borden Chase's novel The Chisholm Trail to the silver screen, he cast John Wayne in one of the Duke's few antihero roles and offered a dark study of courage stripped of justice or decency.
Not only do most distribution companies make money once a film reaches the silver screen, they also obtain significant earnings from merchandising, as well as ancillary rights to distribute the movie on video, DVD, cable TV, broadcast TV, and in foreign markets.
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From "Hydraulic Mining Then and Now: The Case of Pale Rider" to "Cinematic Conquest: Breaking the Mexican American Connection to the Land in the Movies" to "Landscapes of Failure in John Ford's Grapes of Wrath" and much more, each essay explores a different connection between land and American cultural mythmaking on the silver screen.
Depicting the dark side of Greek life, Brad Land's Goat is headed to the silver screen.