top billing

  1. the advertisement of a star's name at the top of a theatrical poster
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How To Use top billing In A Sentence

  • The plot isn't much to brag about, but Carmen Luvana turns in a pair of white-hot scenes that more than justify her top billing.
  • Next week's Ryder Cup will get top billing to be certain, but this week, golfers will recognise the 2002 Solheim Cup for more than its pre-match bickering and parallel talent.
  • Mickey Rooney received top billing but English teenager, Elizabeth Taylor shared second billing with Donald Crisp.
  • Not only have greyhounds stepped blinking into the limelight of top billing on the racing pages, but desperate men with desperate withdrawal symptoms set up hamster races in London last week.
  • The third billed artist, Jonny Regan, did not have a lot to do and I wondered why he had been given such prominence, in view of the fact that there were others in the cast who, if not given top billing, should at least have been featured.
  • But advertisers do not get top billing merely by paying more than their rivals. Times, Sunday Times
  • This sequel also lacks anything remotely close to a competent performance from Paul Walker, the actor that gets top billing.
  • Liz Taylor, the world's number one box-office draw, would expect top billing for playing Catherine.
  • The Indian, who got the top billing in the absence of the injured Madura Ranganathan, lost the first set tiebreak but recovered to win the second set, again in tiebreaks, and the decider.
  • Boomer aside, top billing for the evening went to Randy Johnson, making his debut in the tallest set of pinstripes ever issued.
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