01. The leading actor had a serious disagreement with the director over some of the lines in his [script].
02. The actress spent the morning going over her lines in the [script].
03. I wrote the [script] for an 8-episode soap opera for use in the listening lab.
04. He has written [scripts] for a number of situation comedies on television.
05. The director wants the writer to make some changes to the [script] in order to make the story a little more exciting.
06. The part was [scripted] for an older woman so they wouldn't let her audition.
07. The government spokesman simply read from a [scripted] statement and wouldn't take any questions from the press.
08. Some scenes in the play are totally [unscripted], so the story changes somewhat with each performance.
09. The wedding invitations are written in a simple, elegant [script].
10. The actors have just started rehearsing, so they still have to refer to the [script] from time to time.
11. The [script] calls for the leading actor to jump into the river to try to save the child.
12. There are more than 40,000 characters in Chinese [script].
13. The [script] went through several rewrites before filming began.
14. The [script] is based on a novel by Ernest Hemingway.
15. Joseph Mankiewicz once noted that the difference between life and the movies is that a [script] has to make sense, and life doesn't.

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