OKLAHOMA was inspired by the opening titles of the classic film of the same name (1955, directed by Fred Zinnemann, art direction by Joseph C. Wright.) A fancy wood type that sings, a nice compliment to the early 1900s setting of the story. If only they’d had this font when they designed the DVD!
As the still frame at left suggests, Oklahoma was filmed widescreen–simultaneously in two incompatible formats. But they still had to condense some of the titles to fit them onscreen.
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