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- Prop Master is a fictional character for the 2004 film How to Be a Hollywood Player in Less Than Ten Minutes.
- in the film "How to Be a Hollywood Player in Less Than Ten Minutes", played by Joe Palmiotti
- Prop Master is a fictional character from the 1991 film Guilty by Suspicion.
"Prop Master" is a short story written by Patricia Brieschke.
- author: Patricia A. Brieschke
- award: - Dana Award in Short Fiction, received by Patricia A. Brieschke
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So You Wanna Be a Superstar? (2012)
The Ultimate Audition Guide by Ted Michael
The prop master is a fantastic job for someone who is very crafty or resourceful. A prop can be just about anything that an actor uses in a scene that isn't part of the set. For example, when performing “Adelaide's Lament” in Guys and Dolls, ...
Advertisers in the Golden Age of Broadcasting by Jim Cox
had delivered messages back and forth between the director and the various concerned parties, which included the two principle designers but also included front-of-house sta› or administration sta› or anyone else like the prop master or the ...
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