The Opening Credits - it's typically the first thing the audience sees, it can help set the tone and aesthetics for the piece and even launch the audience into the narrative. Whether it's film, television or whatever else the credits are always better employed creatively rather than as an after-thought.
Here's some of the nominees from our staff:
A HARD's DAY NIGHT (1964):
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