Crossword Clue with M
Movie studio area
Movie studio areas
Movie studio constructions
Movie studio department
Movie studio employee
Movie studio events
Movie studio letters
Movie studio roller
Movie studio tour sights
Movie studio whose motto is "Ars gratia artis"
Movie suggestion veto
Movie technique used at the start of a scene
Movie technique using three projectors
Movie Terrier cry
Movie that featured "Ticket to Ride"
Movie that featured "Unchained Melody"
Movie that featured the line "Here's Johnny!"
Movie that flops
Movie that had Steve McQueen's first starring role
Movie that includes posses and shootouts
Movie that isn't silent
Movie that might have a cast of thousands
Movie that opened on 3/2/1965
Movie that rates 0 stars
Movie that really should have featured Vin Diesel?
Movie that takes place on Pandora
Movie that the musical "Applause" was adapted from
Movie that the musical "Sugar" was adapted from
Movie that won the first Worst Director Razzie Award
Movie that's not likely to be shown in a multiplex
Movie the Princess walked out of?
Movie theater annoyance
Movie theater beverage
Movie theater candy
Movie theater chain
Movie theater data
Movie theater division
Movie theater feature
Movie theater fixture
Movie theater needs
Movie theater offering
Movie theater pioneer Marcus
Movie theater purchase
Movie theater shout
Movie theater sight
Movie theater sign
Movie theater snack
Movie theater staple
Movie theater yell
movie Thin Man dog
Movie thriller in 1977
Movie ticket category
Movie ticket fragment
Movie ticket mandate
Movie ticket memento
Movie ticket remnant
MOVIE title music
Movie title often spelled with a number in the middle
Movie title role for Madonna
Movie tough guy
Movie tough guy __ Ray
Movie tough guy Peter
Movie toy in a cereal box, e.g.
Movie trailer exhortation
Movie trailer factoid
Movie trailer follower
Movie trailer segment
Movie trailer segments
Movie trailer unit
Movie trailer, e.g.
Movie trailer, for example
Movie trailers, e.g.
Movie trickery (Abbr.)
Movie trickery, for short
Movie union, for short
Movie unit, once
Movie V.I.P.: Abbr.
Movie vamp Bara
Movie vampire's hairline feature, often
Movie villain modeled after Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Movie villain that reads lips
Movie villain voiced by Douglas Rain
Movie villain who says "I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that"
Movie villain with a red eye
movie Whale Baby
movie who framed roger
Movie whose genre is taking off?
movie whose high earnings offset the cost of less profitable ones
Movie with 'II' in the title, e.g.
Movie with "the Force"
Movie with a 2, maybe
Movie with a 9-year-old Best Supporting Actress winner
Movie with a balloon-borne house
Movie with a cast of thousands
Movie with a classic pottery-making scene
Movie with a fearsome fish
Movie with a mechanical shark
Movie with a memorable shower scene
Movie with a posse
Movie with a posse, perhaps
Movie with a sad ending
Movie with a saloon brawl, perhaps
Movie with a saloon fight, maybe
Movie with a saloon fight, often
Movie with a scary shower scene
Movie with a sequel subtitled "Pig in the City"
Movie with a shootout at high noon, maybe
Movie with a sound track
Movie with an iconic theme that starts with two alternating notes
Movie with Barbra as Anshel
Movie with Deborah Kerr as a dowdy spinster
Movie with Dustin as Dorothy
Movie with Ed Asner as Santa
Movie with famous "dun dun" theme music
Movie with gunslingers
Movie with John Wayne as Davy Crockett, with "The"
Movie with Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier
Movie with R2-D2
Movie with the 1979 Oscar-winning song "It Goes Like It Goes"
Movie with the classic line "Here's Johnny!"
Movie with the line "I am serious, and don't call me Shirley"
Movie with the line "I feel the need ... the need for speed"
Movie with the line "I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not"
Movie with the Oscar-nominated song "Papa, Can You Hear Me?"
Movie with the refrain "I'm not even supposed to be here today!"
Movie with the song "I Remember It Well"
Movie with the song "Tomorrow"
Movie with the tag line "The Coolest Event in 16,000 Years"
Movie with the tagline "It will take your breath away"
Movie with the tagline "No day but today"
movie Zero-star fare
Movie-at-home format (abbr.)
Movie-downloading device, briefly
Movie-making trickery, for short
Movie-serial recurring roles
Movie, according to Variety
Movie, for short
Movie, in Hollywood lingo
Movie, in slang
Movie, in Variety
Movie: "room at the ___"
Movie: Who Framed Roger -?
Movie's story line
Moviedom's 'Elephant Boy'
Moviedom's Dr. Zaius, e.g.
Moviedom's Jerry Maguire, e.g.
Moviedom's Kettle and Joad
Moviedom's Kong or Dunston
Moviedom's Mighty Joe Young, e.g.
Moviedom's Mrs. Robinson, e.g.
Moviedom's Nemo or Wanda
Moviedom's Ulee, for one
Moviefone parent co.
Moviegoers follow it
Moviehouse that always cuts to the chase?