Daily progress report
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The daily progress report contains a record of what scenes were shot that day, the locations used, the number of meals served, the vehicles and equipment utilised and any other notable events or incidents.
- Miller, Pat P. (1998). Script Supervising and Film Continuity. Focal Press. p. 107. ISBN 0-240-80294-2.
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