A movie is a film (a series of still images which, when shown on screen, appear to move). Typically, “movie” implies a feature length film designed for mass distribution through theaters, tv, or home release (in modern day blu-ray or online). When visual arts are preformed for a live audience, the filming of this may or may not be considered a “movie” depending upon the context and the intention of the artists.
Disney songwriters the Sherman Brothers wrote more songs for movies than any other songwriting team in film history.
In Italian “vaso” means “bowl” and can refer to “toilet bowel”, likewise “water” (pronounced “vater”) has the same connotation. This is likely the reason Darth Vader’s named was changed from Lord Vader to Lord Fener in the Italian version of Star Wars due to this.
In chapter 5 of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein the monster is described to have yellow skin. There is no mention of bolts in his neck in the book.