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The First Lady of the Silent Screen
   is a nickname for   
Lillian Gish
Samuel Goldwyn
   said   
"A Wide Screen Just Makes a Bad Film Twice As Bad."
LPI
   is defined as   
The Frequency of Horizontal and Vertical Lines in a Halftone Screen
Lines Per Inch
WYSIWYG
   is defined as   
The Data is Output Exactly As It Appears on the Screen
What You See Is What You Get
Screen
   in French is   
écran
Screen
   in Portuguese is   
Tela
Cinema Usher
   stands/stood in   
Screen Cinema, Hawkins Street.
Bushman, Valentino, Fairbanks
   are all   
Male Sex Symbols of the Silent Screen
CRT, Plasma, LCD
   are all   
TV Screen Types
Painted Boats (1945)
   has the tagline   
A New Screen Star in a Romance of the Canals
The Gorgon (1964)
   has the tagline   
The Gorgon Petrifies the Screen With Horror!
Guns of Darkness (1962)
   has the tagline   
It Blasts the Screen With a New Kind of Tension, Terror and Thrills!!
Konga (1961)
   has the tagline   
Not Since "King Kong"....has the Screen Exploded With Such Mighty Fury and Spectable!
Night of the Eagle (1962)
   has the tagline   
The Most Terrifying Screen Experience of Your Life!
A Weekend With Lulu (1961)
   has the tagline   
The Funniest Comedy Ever to Make the Screen Blush!
Night of the Demon (1957)
   has the tagline   
Horror! Most Terrifying Story the Screen Has Ever Told!
Scrooge (1951)
   has the tagline   
Now! The Story That Has Brought Joy to Millions! A New Screen Triumph!
Father Dear Father (1972)
   has the tagline   
Big Screen Fun - Big Screen Laughter - The Big Screen 'Father Dear Father'!
Lost Horizon (1937)
   has the tagline   
Mightiest Entertainment in All Screen History!
The King and I (1956)
   has the tagline   
More Than You've Ever Seen On The Screen
Paths of Glory (1957)
   has the tagline   
Never Has the Screen Thrust So Deeply Into the Guts of War!
A Raisin in the Sun (1961)
   has the tagline   
The Prize Winning Drama That Warms the Screen With It's People and It's Passions!
Telta
   is the elvish word for   
Canopy, Screen
Screen
   in Spanish is   
Pantalla
Landscape Screen
   was made in   
Japan
Color on silk, Middle Heian Period, c. 1080; Kyoto National Museum, Kyoto
Screen
   is represented by   

Tachistoscope
   is used for   
Rapidly Showing Images on a Screen to Test Perception
Polarizing Screen (Filter)
   is described as   
A Filter That Transmits Light Traveling in One Plane While Absorbing Light Traveling in Other Planes.
When placed on a camera lens or on light sources, it can eliminate undesirable reflections from a subject such as water, glass, or other objects with shiny surfaces. This filter also darkens blue sky.
Safelight
   is described as   
An Enclosed Darkroom Lamp With a Filter to Screen out Light Rays to Which Film & Paper Are Sensitive
Repulsion (1965)
   has the tagline   
The Nightmare World of a Virgin's Dreams Becomes the Screen's Shocking Reality!
The Lords of Midnight
      

Philips, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, Sharp
   are all   
Brands of TV Screens
Baz Luhrmann
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)
June 6 1999 for 1 week
Screening
   means   
A Deliberate (and Illegal) Attempt to Obscure the View of the Opposition’s Line of Sight to the Server
Dude, stop screening! I can’t see the serve
Anthony Minghella
   was a   
Screenwriter
Also a film director & playwright. Won the Oscar for The English Patient in 1996. 6 Jan 1954, Ryde, Isle of Wight, U.K. - 19 Mar 2008 London, U.K.
Spaceways (1953)
   has the tagline   
The Screens First Story of SPACE ISLANDS in the Sky!
Windscreen
   in American would be   
Windshield
The Scarlett Empress (1934)
   has the tagline   
The Reigning Beauty of the Screen!
Betty Comden
   is a   
Screenwriter
1991 Part of the writing team Comden & Green






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