Vintage Movie Title Camera Art

Back in the day, before fancy computers and gizmos and whatnot, title graphics in movies were painted by hand. By real human beings. And somehow they managed to look fantastic. So now I present to you a gallery featuring a host of vintage title art graphics, most of which date from the 1950s and ’60s.

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RKO Pictures (1929 - 1957) movie camera title art
RKO Pictures (1929 – 1957)
Warner Bros. (1948 - 1967) movie title camera art
Warner Bros. (1948 – 1967)
Cinerama (1960s) movie title camera art
Cinerama (1960s)
Gidget Goes to Rome (1963) vintage movie title camera art
Gidget Goes to Rome (1963)
Carousel (1956) vintage movie title camera art
Carousel (1956)
MGM "The End" movie title art (1950s)
MGM (1950s)
Desperate Journey (1942) camera title art
Desperate Journey (1942)
The Big Steal title camera art
The Big Steal (1949)
Universal-International "The End" (1960s)
Universal-International (1960s)
The Roaring Twenties (1939) vintage movie title camera art
The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Warner Bros. "The End" (late 1950s) movie title camera art
Warner Bros. (late 1950s)
Twentieth Century Fox CinemaScope (c. 1950s) vintage camera title art
Twentieth Century Fox CinemaScope (c. 1950s)
The Searchers (1956) movie title camera art
The Searchers (1956)
20th Century Fox (c. 1960s) movie title camera art
20th Century Fox (c. 1960s)
20th Century Fox "The End" (c. 1950s) vintage movie title camera art
20th Century Fox (c. 1950s)
Crown International Pictures logo camera art
Crown International Pictures (1960s)
Technicolor/Panavision camera title art from Camelot (1967)
Technicolor/Panavision, from Camelot (1967)
Twentieth Century Fox CinemaScope "The End" (1960s) vintage movie title camera art
Twentieth Century Fox CinemaScope (1960s)

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