SCREWBALL was inspired by the hand-lettered titles of the movie “What’s Up, Doc?,” Madeline Kahn’s first film. I’m offering this font for free, in Madeline’s memory, but ask that you send a contribution ($5 would be really nice) to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund or National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. THANK YOU!
The opening and closing titles (by The Golds West, Inc.) feature whimsical hand lettering. I’ve worked to make the letters link and collide as much as possible, providing these alternates for a more random feel.
What’s Up, Doc? (1972) was produced and directed by Peter Bogdanovich, and stars Barbra Streisand, Ryan O’Neal, Kenneth Mars, Austin Pendleton, and “introducing Madeline Kahn.” It’s a timeless screwball comedy culminating in a great chase through San Francisco. If you haven’t seen it, get it.
Includes caps, lower case, numbers, punctuation, alternates, and international characters.
SCREWBALL is a free download. This copyrighted font is made available for commercial and non-commercial use when downloaded from Harold’s Fonts. It is not intended to be copied, shared, sold, or reposted.