Abner E. "Abby" Singer (December 8, 1917 – March 13, 2014) was an American movie production manager and assistant director in Hollywood between the 1950s and the 1980s. His name has become famous in the film industry as a phrase describing the second-to-last shot of the day.
According to Burt Bluestein of the Directors Guild of America, "It all began when Abby was a 1st AD and people on the crew would ask him how many shots were left to do before lunch. Abby would answer, 'We'll do this and one more.' At the end of the day, when they asked what was to be done before the wrap, Abby would say, 'This and one more, then we're out of here.'" Abby Singer himself explains the reason behind calling out the second to last shot; "In television, we would make maybe five or six moves during the day — going from one set to another, or from one stage to another. Or we'd move from the back lot to a stage. I would say, 'Fellas, we'll do this and one more and then we're moving.' This would give the crew a chance to begin wrapping up their equipment or to call transportation for gurneys, so they'd be ready to get out quickly... I did it really to save time for the director. If we did it during the day, I could save 10 to 15 minutes each time we had to move. I could give the director another hour a day of shooting."
The last shot of the production day is referred to as a "Martini Shot," referring to the alcoholic beverage.
Abby Singer died of cancer on March 13, 2014, in California at the age of 96.