smorgasboard movie
 n.— «It is his dream—to play lead in a movie—and it has come true. In his previous outings for Seiko Films, Alfred had to settle for minor roles along with other stars in what the industry casually refers to as smorgasbord movies. Smorgasbord is, by the way, a term popular in the ‘60s equivalent to what is now known as buffet (pronounced the French way as BYU-fe), where diners can eat all they can from an array of dishes on a long table.» —“Alfred Vargas lands a lead role in Regal movie” by Isah V. Red Manila Standard Today (Philippines) Nov. 19, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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