The closest she ever came to a return to the silver screen was a seat on the board of Twentieth Century Fox.
The House of Wax The small screen she could handle, but could she make the jump to the silver screen?
On Christmas weekend, a North Korean tyrant has decided what American teenagers will see on the silver screen.
In the next three months, a lot of familiar faces—both real and animated—will be turning up on the silver screen.
Not only do crazy chicks light up the silver screen, they invade our homes.
Across its silver screen there passed a long procession of pictures.
And on a far wall, facing them all, hung a silver screen, fifty feet square.
What was unrolled on the silver screen were chapters from Lee's own life.
A small movie projector began to purr; a bright rectangle was thrown upon the silver screen and then, Lee stirred.
Acknowledged by producers, directors, film stars and the public alike as an authority on the silver screen art.
1921, originally in reference to movie house projection screens colored with metallic paint to be more reflective. Transferred sense of "movies generally" is attested from 1924.