Etymology
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microfilm (n.)

"photographic film containing microphotographs of the pages of a book, etc.," 1927, coined from micro- + film (n.). The verb is by 1940, from the noun. Related: Microfilmed; microfilming.

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Hells Angels (n.)
motorcycle club, the name first attested 1957. They were called Black Rebels in the 1954 film "The Wild One." Earlier Hell's Angels had been used as the title of a film about World War I air combat (1930).
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projectionist (n.)

"one who operates a film projector," 1916, from projection + -ist.

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Ice-Capade (n.)
1941, originally a film title, from ice (n.) + a punning play on escapade.
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screenwriter (n.)

"writer of film scripts," 1921, from screen (n.) in the cinema sense + writer.

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Bollywood 
"film industry based in Mumbai, India," 1977, from Bombay (old name of Mumbai) + Hollywood.
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Saran 
U.S. trademark name for PVC used as a cling-film, 1940, by Dow Chemical Company.
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undeveloped (adj.)
1736, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of develop (v.). In reference to film, it is attested from 1939.
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preview (n.)

"a foretaste," 1880, from preview (v.); specifically "a showing of a book, film, etc. before public release" by 1920.

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off-camera (adv.)

"outside the range of a film or television camera," 1944, from off (prep.) + camera.

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