from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The final version of a movie or television script with the scenes arranged in sequence as they are to be filmed or taped.
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- n. the final detailed script for making a movie or TV program
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This calls for the distributor to “pick up” the movie in their territory upon delivery of the negative along with standard delivery requirements, a list of numerous picture and track materials, including an interpositive print, separate music and effects soundtracks, music legal releases, the final shooting script and still photos in black-and-white and color of key cast and crew of the film.