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Cineaste
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Cineaste: Person involved in filmmaking film or movie enthusiast
Cinemascope
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Cinemascope: Widescreen movie format where a film is projected at a 66:1 ratio (twice as wide as conventional lenses could achieve)
Cinemateque
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Cinemateque: Special movie theater devoted to screening high-quality films
Cinematheque
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Cinematheque: Movie theater that specializes in showing high quality or avant-garde films
Cinematic
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Cinematic: Pertaining to the movie theaters of or pertaining to motion pictures of or pertaining to cinematography
Citizen Kane
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Citizen Kane: 1941 movie directed by and starred Orson Welles based on the life of the newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst
City of Bridges
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City of Bridges: Nickname of Bruges, city in northwestern Belgium that is famous for its many canals
Clapton
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Clapton: Family name Eric Clapton (born 1945), award-winning British singer and guitarist
Clarence Darrow
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Clarence Darrow: (1857-1938) American lawyer and defender of civil liberties, defense attorney in the famous "Scopes Monkey" trial and the trial of William D. Haywood
Clark Gable
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Clark Gable: (1901-1960) American movie actor, winner of the 1934 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in "It Happened One Night" (also known for his starring role
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