American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who operates a movie projector.
- n. A maker of map projections.
- n. the person who operates the projector in a movie house
“Hearst settled into his big leather chair with its telephone, called the projectionist and gave an order.”
“Unluckily for the attendees, the projectionist is a vampire -- and with his help, the human audience is trapped inside, ready to be feasted upon.”
“Projection jobs were hard to come by, but Brinckle discovered a loophole: When he was drafted for war at age 27, he wrote "projectionist" as his career on registration paper.”
“You would think that the wonderment and excitement of the "projectionist" magic would somehow spice up this tale, but it only plays a bit part in setting up a reason for the couples to meet.”
“Even the elderly projectionist was crying, saying he couldn't remember the last time he had seen so many families gathered in the auditorium.”
“How many monikers have you had, you projectionist dooshbag?”
“That still doesnt, as you wish, make me a TEAer or a GOP supporter or a liberal or any other projectionist fodder for your imagination.”
“Set in Paris in 1910, the film is about a shy movie projectionist (Harrington) and an inventor who team up with a cabaret star (Vanessa Paradis), an eccentric scientist and his monkey to save the city from a monster.”
“Clark im a projectionist in a small theater outside altantic city, nj. i wouldnt go so far as to call it independent but we do play independent movies when the opportunity comes. we've had to cut costs due to fact that its such a small theater and the regal is up the street.”
“And Digital Masters while still a lot of work are no where near as difficult as an organic film print - it takes an amazing amount of time to get the perfect print, only for some retarded 15 year old projectionist at the multiplex to drag it across the floor”
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