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Title sequence

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Directed by: 
Arthur Penn
Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Michael J. Pollard, Gene Hackman
Title design: 
Wayne Fitzgerald
Fonts used: 

Arguably one of his first notable creations, and what helped fuel his desire to move away from Pacific Title and Art, was his title design for “Bonnie and Clyde,” starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. He used old photographs to establish the flavor of the 1930s outlaws, then added the clicking sound of an old Brownie camera.

Fitzgerald felt showing snapshots of outlaws’ upbringings would give a sense of hard times in the 1930s.

“I didn’t want any sound,” Fitzgerald said. “Just that distinct metallic click of the old Brownie.”

Studio head Jack Warner liked what he saw. Beatty, who also directed the film, and producer Arthur Penn also approved.

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Box office (1967)


  1. Les Grandes vacances
  2. Oscar
  3. The Dirty Dozen
  4. You Only Live Twice
  5. Fantomas contre Scotland Yard
  6. Les Risques du métier
  7. Les aventuriers
  8. Vivre pour vivre
  9. Suzanne Simonin – La Religieuse
  10. Le Vieil homme et l’enfant
  11. El Dorado
  12. Le Grand Meaulnes
  13. Astérix le Gaulois
  14. Les Arnaud
  15. Belle de Jour
  16. Le Soleil des voyous
  17. The Night of the Generals
  18. Le Samouraï
  19. Indomptable Angélique
  20. Bang Bang
  21. Casino Royale
  22. The Sand Pebbles
  23. La 25ème Heure
  24. Blow Up
  25. La Bisbetica domata