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Beautiful End Titles

Written by Christopher Alm • April 23rd, 2009
Beautiful End Titles

2 or 3 Things I Know About Her, Jean-Luc Godard, 1967

Stumbled upon these fabulous end titles from various classic mid-century movies. They don’t make them like this anymore.

You can see stills from My Fair Lady directed by George Cukor, How To Murder Your Wife, Destination Moon and 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her from Jean-Luc Godard amoung many others.

It seems that these kind of end titles are a long lost art form and all we can do now is admire the style and grace of times gone by. If you want to see the rest of the stills, be sure to stop by the The End photo group on Flickr.

Above: How To Murder Your Wife, 1965

Above: Some MGM cartoon, early 1940s

Above: “Two Hearts In Wax Time,” MGM short subject, 1935

Above: Destination Moon, George Pal, producer, 1950

Above: Modesty Blaise, 1966

Above: Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines, 1965

Above: MGM short subject “The Poet And Peasant Overture,” conducted by (I think) José Iturbi, early fifties.

Above: A Star Is Born, George Cukor, 1954

Christopher Alm

Christopher founded Ultra Swank in 2005. Has a crush on mid-century graphic design, defunct airlines, Disneyland and the Century 21 Exposition. Is a collector of easy listening music from the 60s and 70s and a Swedish expat living in Barcelona, Spain.

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  • Fhardyfan

    They don’t make them like they used to.

  • No bummer huh?

  • RedBONE


  • Of course there was a time when a movie simply ended with “The End” (though you might get a cast list too).  These days end credits seem more like an excuse for people to pile their way out of the cinema rooms like mice.

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