Beat-sheet

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A beat-sheet is a document[clarification needed] used in marketing, typically created by a product marketing manager.

A beat sheet is a document with all the events in a movie script to guide the writing of that script. The word 'beat' is industry slang that was derived from a famous Russian writer who told someone that writing the script was just a matter of putting all the bits together. In his heavy accent he pronounced bits as 'beats'.


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