The MOVIE system of general purpose computer graphics programs facilitate the display of three-dimensional, topological, and architectural models as line drawings or as continuous tone shaded images. This software also provides the capability to clip and cap three dimensional systems; modify geometry, displacement, and/or scalar function files; generate new models or title representations and convert contour line definitions into polygonal element mosaics. The system is available in three editions. The April 1983 edition of MOVIE.BYU is intended for a time sharing environment on a machine with a word length of at least 32 bits. The May 1982 edition of MINI-MOVIE.BYU, which features a disk resident data base, is intended for a time-sharing environment on a 16 bit word length computer. The most recent addition to the system is the 1983 Edition of the MOVIE.BYU-LEXIDATA SOLIDVIEW high performance display system.