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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcelluloidcel‧lu‧loid /ˈseljəlɔɪd/ noun [uncountable]  1 on celluloid2 HCEa plastic substance made mainly from cellulose that was used in the past to make photographic film and other objects
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celluloidBut does it exist anywhere outside coiled up rolls of decaying celluloid of pre-war films?Given the ferocious imagination of his subconscious, it's hardly surprising that his celluloid output is laced with lethal barbed wire.There was a pale-pink celluloid rattle on his desk.Their credit is on that celluloid.But the celluloid dreams filtered through.This is immediately obvious in the casting - few characters differ greatly from their celluloid counterparts.However, this has not necessarily proved to be the case when the time has come to commit the words to celluloid.
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