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93%VideoSep 2011

Jonny Quest title sequence, recreated as stop motion

From Roger Evans who created this: "In 1964, Jonny Quest aired to rave reviews as the first, adult action/adventure cartoon in prime time. It had cool jazz music by Hoyt Curtin and terrific, high contrast pen and ink design work by Doug Wildey. As an animator and long time JQ junkie, I had always wanted a set of Jonny Quest action figures but, due to high production costs, the show only lasted one season; not long enough to spawn any kind of serious toys or other merchandising tie-ins. So, almost 50 years later, I made my own."


92%AnimationSep 2014

Game of Thrones opening jazz sequence

(1:37) 60s jazz, Saul Bass style title sequence for Game of Thrones.

89%VideoJun 2008

Naked Gun - Opening sequence (1994)

The classic original version

89%AnimationOct 2010

The Simpsons opening sequence, directed by Banksy

The darker side of Fox. Anonymous graffiti artist Banksy puts his stamp on the title sequence for Moneybart episode of The Simpsons.


89%VideoNov 2008

Thank You For Smoking - Title sequence

(2:05) Fag pack art on the big screen.


89%AnimationMay 2013

Google's doodle for Saul Bass' 93rd birthday

(1:21) Probably best known for creating the title sequences for Alfred Hitchcock films, Saul Bass would have been 93 yesterday. Google marked his birthday with an elaborate doodle inspired by his work.

88%VideoApr 2010

Finger tappin' good Inspector Gadget theme

pARTyzanT plays the theme from 80s TV cartoon series Inspector Gadget. No gadgets needed here, only his unique guitar tapping techique.

88%AnimationApr 2009

A Scanner Darkly (2006) - Itchy opening scene

(2:57) Title sequence foe 'A Scanner Darkly' directed by Richard Linklater, based on the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick.


88%VideoMar 2012

Simpsons 'Game Of Thrones' title sequence

(1:01) Simpsons nod to HBO's 'Game Of Thrones'.

88%VideoDec 2014

The film before the film

(11:55) Documentary short that traces the evolution of opening title sequences through the history of film.