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Movie or film titles are formatted the same in APA, Chicago and MLA style. In each of these styles, the movie title is italicized in the body of the paper. For instance: Pirates of the Caribbean broke from Disney's tradition of releasing more mature titles under alternate studio names. Fritz Lang's M deals with the issues of suspicion and punishment in Weimar Germany. In the body of a paper, APA, Chicago .

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A general rule of thumb is that within the text of a paper, italicize the title of complete works but put quotation marks around titles of parts within a complete work. Title of a chapter in a book: Title of a movie or play: Name of an act or scene in a movie or a play: Title of a television or radio series.

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No, titles of full-length movies are italicized. Only titles of short films go in quotation marks. Similarly, book titles are italicized, while poem or short story titles are put in quotation marks. Some will tell you that movie and book titles can be underlined, but that is really archaic. How to Write Book and Movie Titles. When I teach grammar seminars, a subject that almost always comes up is: How do you write book and movie titles?

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Feb 24,  · according to wiki-answers, either underline or italicize the title of a tv show or movie, but put the title of an episode in quotations. for example: "The Gentlemen" is a very famous episode of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Most punctuation in movie titles follows the same general rules for punctuating other types of text. However, while most writing styles place movie titles in italics, the Associated Press puts them in quotes. Check with your teacher if you're not sure of what style to use in a paper. The Associated.