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NEWIt may take a village to raise a child. But when it comes to creating a movie, it often seems like it takes a whole city. On a typical summer blockbuster feature film, such as World War Z, which is being released this month, more than 1,500 people worked on the production. And if you stay in the theater to read the closing credits, you’ll likely see some job titles that you won’t find in any other business. To help you decipher who does what, here are 10 fascinating movie jobs behind those funky titles:
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