Definition of Teleplays

1. Noun. (plural of teleplay) ¹



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Definition of Teleplays

1. teleplay [n] - See also: teleplay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teleplays

telephonists
telephony
telephoto
telephoto lens
telephotograph
telephotographer
telephotographers
telephotographic
telephotographic lens
telephotographs
telephotography
telephotos
teleplasm
teleplasms
teleplay
teleplays (current term)
telepolariscope
telepolariscopes
telepolarizcope
teleport
teleportage
teleportal
teleportals
teleportation
teleportations
teleportative
teleported
teleporter
teleporters
teleporting

Literary usage of Teleplays

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1. Script Models: A Handbook for the Media Writer by Robert Lee, Robert Misiorowski (1978)
"... theatrical motion picture scripts 37 Format for teleplays/screenplays 38 Screenplay model 39 Teleplay/screenplay sample 40-42 Master scene script sample ..."

2. Hollywood & the Best of Los Angeles Alive! by Robert White, Phyllis White (2002)
"... which negotiates minimum payments for screenplays and teleplays with the studios, and has final say over screen credits. Also handles residuals for ..."

3. The Wandering Jew (and Jewess)by R. D. Manning, Eugene Sue by R. D. Manning, Eugene Sue (2003)
"about the dramatic teleplays: THE WANDERING JEW is seventy-eight half-hour melodramatic scripts for television, adapted from the internationally successful ..."

4. The Wandering Jew (and Jewess)by R. D. Manning, Eugene Sue by R. D. Manning, Eugene Sue (2003)
"... the dramatic teleplays: THE WANDERING JEW is seventy-eight half-hour melodramatic scripts for television, adapted from the internationally successful ..."

5. The Jew: Screenplayby R D Manning by R D Manning (1995)
"about the dramatic teleplays: THE WANDERING JEW is seventy-eight half-hour melodramatic scripts for television, adapted from the internationally successful ..."

6. The Jewess: Screenplay by R D Manning (1995)
"... about the dramatic teleplays: THE WANDERING JEW is seventy-eight half-hour melodramatic scripts for television, ada; from the internationally successful ..."

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