Just as the trailer was being released, Olbermann was being released from his new job at Current TV.
Production expenses: equipment rental, lights, lighting board, van rental, trailer rental, road cases, backline.
She moved into the Malibu house with Bridges, and Greenwalt continued living in his trailer on the property.
It may be to make a trailer for your new novel so it can be watched on the iPad.
Based on the trailer alone, it seems Tides will have just as much—if not more—drama than the original.
Roberts picked up from the fort a Mescalero Apache famous as a trailer.
We can pack your outfit in the trailer and the motors, too, easily.
The rental charge for the trailer was about $5.00 and was paid by Oswald.
"We can come back and look at your trailer tomorrow in daylight," said Rush.
Objection to the trailer that it tends to shorten the life of the truck is hardly worth consideration.
1890, "vehicle pulled by another," agent noun from trail (v.); originally a small carriage drawn along by a bicycle. Meaning "preview of a coming movie" first attested 1928. Trailer park recorded by 1936. Trailer trash in use by 1986.
A preview of a coming movie, a brief travelogue, or another short film shown before or after a feature movie (1928+ Movie studio)