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Retroscripting is a term coined by Loren Bouchard, creator of Home Movies, to describe that show's production. A retroscripted script contains a plot outline and leaves dialogue deliberately vague for interpretation by the actors through improvisation.
- McCarrigle, Dale (1999-04-26). "'Home Movies' a flat flop of a cartoon". Bangor Daily Times (Maine).
- Werthamer, Cynthia (1999-04-24). "Poundstone heads talented cast of 'Home Movies'". Star-Banner (Ocala, Florida).
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