‘The End’ of Warner Bros.

November 24th, 2010

This is the first page in a series dedicated to the ‘The End’ title screen. To show the evolution in their designs I decided to dedicate one single page to a studio.
More pages will follow (at the end of next month/year).

 Unlike other studios Warner Bros. managed to maintain consistency in their designs. Their logo, which hasn’t changed much since the early 1930s, is present in every design they’ve done.

 The images displayed here are from movies made from 1924 (Beau Brummel) to 1967 (Cool hand Luke and Wait until dark). Earlier films – Warner Bros. made their first film in 1918 – are either lost or not yet available on dvd.

 more at http://www.annyas.com/screenshots/the-end-titles-warner-bros/

Beau Brummel The end titleClash of the wolves The end title
Lady Windermere's fan The end titleWhen a man loves The end title
The first auto The end titleThe jazz singer The end title screen
Say it with songs The end titleMammy The end title
Golden dawn The end titleSweet Kitty Bellairs The end title
Big boy The end titleOther men's women The end title

by Nelson

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