Best movie end credits sequences

As counterpoint to the title sequences thread, how about the best end credits sequences? My favorite is from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which IMHO is better than the actual movie. Right up there are the credits for WALL-E.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The screen goes blank - that’s it; not even “The End.” (On the DVD version that I have, it ends with about three minutes of organ music over a black screen.)

The story is, the plan was for Terry Gilliam to make an animated “mini-movie” for the closing credits, but they ran out of money.

Okay, not the “best end credits sequence,” but certainly a unique one (fortunately): Skidoo (1968)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzjO5Q6-nIc

The Return of the King, with the Alan Lee’s drawing of each character in the trilogy

Pixar had bloopers after Toy Story, A Bug’s Life and Monster, Inc. Those were great.

The view in other creature’s heads at the end of Inside Out are good, too–especially the cat (which explains a great deal.)

The bus driver was the best, though. Tripledent gum…

I had a big, goofy grin on my face all throughout the Spider-Man: Homecoming credits. Spoiler Alert: Link contains the last scene of the film, which is key because the transition is great.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBc_T65j7vE

There’s Something About Mary

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That’s somewhat similar to the end credits for one of my favorite Japanese movies.

Jackie Chan movies with the outtakes at the end. All of them.

Diner

Visually, it’s a black background with white letters giving the names of the people involved.

But instead of music, the soundtrack is a conversation among the main characters. It is fascinating. When I saw it, nobody left the theater until it was over.

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension!

All the future sequels of Jump 22 Street.

Pisses me I can’t find a link for the end credits for After Hours. The camera does one continuous tracking shot going in and out of, and around, office cubicles - at a pretty good clip, too.

In the suspense “How Awful About Alan”, I like how the end title helps confirm the plot. The protagonist regains his vision at some point in the movie, but at the very end, he loses it again.:frowning:
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The big zoom out in Easy Rider.

The “you tell this honky” outtakes in Being There.

The closing credits for Paul aren’t particularly fancy, they don’t have any high-end graphics or animation, but the ending always makes me smile. (Using ELO’s ebullient All Over The World was a brillaint choice)

I wasn’t sure where to start this final shot, which eventually leads into the end-credits. It’s long, at over three minutes - sit back and get a little creeped:eek:out

Gradually louder phone rings during the credits as ‘trusty’ Officer Nash stands guard at the door: priceless.

I love the end credits for Around The World in 80 Days (David Niven 1956 version). A short animated recap of the plot of the film listing all the guest stars where they appeared.

(Couldn’t find a link, unfortunately.

I think the end credits from The Magnificent Ambersons deserve a shout here. Almost literally. The names of the people given credit were read out by Orson Welles, and weren’t written down.

It's the flip side to the opening credits for **Fahrenheit 451**, in which they were read aloud instead of being written down -- appropriate for a story about a post-literate society in which no one reads. The credits are read over a montage of shots of television antennas on roofs. The only difference, were it to be done today, is that it would show a montage of satellite dishes nd cable boxes.