From the New Thread.
Well, if you insist.
I went down to the Sound Garden, a great music store in Fells’ Point, and what did I see in the One dollar bin? A copy of “The truth about Charlie”, a remake of “Charade”. The Dvd also included the original film, staring Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, etc. (Insert three paragraphs of talk about the movies’ artistic virtues here.)
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Anyway, the title sequence was made up of artistic looking animated lines, swirling about, forming mazes, etc. Interesting.
Also, on the PBS Tv show, Mystery, illustrator Edward Gorey animated the titles. Very cool. Anyone have any other examples? It doesn’t matter how short they are. Also, I know this is not so likely, but is there any animated programs out there, of any country of origin, that has a live-action introduction?