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Reservoir Dogs Font
Fonts by Pacific Title & Art Studio
Pulp Fiction Font
Jackie Brown Font
Of course, the opening credits have a rampage of other typefaces, but there’s something in common among so many Tarantino movies. There are three chosen movie fonts, appearing in the majority of films: Busorama, Friz Quadrata, and ITC Bookman. I’ll show them to you a bit later but all you need to know right now is that they’re present in the above-mentioned movies.
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Kill Bill Font
Death Proof Font
Inglourious Basterds Font
The turn has come to speak about the choking on satire Quentin Tarantino’s movie has brought to the world — “Inglourious Basterds.” What an abundance of fonts you’re exposed to… again! Starting from the intro, opening movie credits let you go through four different fonts in all their glory. Well, on the whole, this is not an unusual format as we already know, but you see how more personalized it is.
Handwritten font on the Inglourious Basterds script’s cover page, made by Quentin Tarantino himself.
Django Unchained Font
The Hateful Eight Font
In 1931, Morris Fuller Benton created the Stymie typeface for the American Type Founders (ATF). Later weights were later added by Sol Hess at Lanston Monotype and Gary Powell at ATF.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Font
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