Opening Titles

Some articles on opening titles, title, titles:

Brookside - Theme Music and Opening Titles
... Brookside had memorable opening titles which subtly changed many times over 21 years, particularly as the residents of Brookside Close came and went ... the programme in 1991, shots of the Parade were regularly spliced into the title sequence as businesses came and went – these shots were shown after the existing landmark shots of Liverpool ... The titles were originally transparent, but this changed to a bold typeface of the same font in 1987 ...
Brookie - Theme Music and Opening Titles
... Brookside had memorable opening titles which subtly changed many times over 21 years, particularly as the residents of Brookside Close came and went. 1991, shots of the Parade were regularly spliced into the title sequence as businesses came and went – these shots were shown after the existing landmark ... The titles were originally transparent, but this changed to a bold typeface of the same font in 1987 ...
Miami Twice - Anomalies
... and the only episode not to use the regular opening titles and theme music, instead opting for a cover of The Lovin' Spoonful song Summer in the City, recorded by the Gutter ... credits, only the "Miami Twice" name appears in the opening titles ... The second part's title "Oh To Be In England" does not appear on screen, but was confirmed in Radio Times listings and the official book The Only Fools And Horses Story by Steve Clark ...
Saturday Night Takeaway - Opening Titles - The Titles
... The original titles began with Ant Dec running down a street at dusk and leaping onto the side of a house ... New titles were made for series 10 ...
List Of Absolutely Episodes - List of Episodes - Series 1: 23 May – 27 June 1989
... sketches 23 ... May 1989 * Radical Television * Opening titles * Job Interview – The First Candidate * Denzil – Do It Yourself * Job Interview – Bass Guitar * Ordering a pizza * Don George ...

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