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    FONT HELP: Fonts used in Kill Bill & Star Wars

    I'm collecting resources for a Poser comic of the fanfilm screenplay I may never get to film for Star Wars: Way of the Gun, and I find myself in need of a couple of fonts. Could any of you identify the fonts used for:

    Title Card: "A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away..."

    or

    Title Card: "Revenge is a dish best served cold." -Klingon Proverb

    The Kill Bill one is reasonably like Century Gothic if I remember rightly. But if you folks know better, could you correct me on it with the proper names?

    Mine reads:

    (On the black screen appear the words, preferably in the ??? font: )

    Aggression is the dark side. It should never be consorted with. Be at perfect peace and harmony before acting. Even if it means being killed. A Jedi Paladin never stands in anger or hate.

    (Then under that

    Never draw first...

    (Then, under THAT

    …and never use a lightsaber.

    (And finally under that…)

    -Master Nars Teepo, Jedi Paladin

    (These words fade away as the music starts to build. They're replaced by)

    A LONG TIME AGO, IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR, AWAY...


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    Re: FONT HELP: Fonts used in Kill Bill & Star Wars


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    Re: FONT HELP: Fonts used in Kill Bill & Star Wars

    Thanks! Update: The Star Wars font I wanted (after a bit of elementary research I should have done myself) was Trade Gothic. And was later changed by the Lucas folks to Franklin Gothic. I still don't know what the Kill Bill font was.


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    Re: FONT HELP: Fonts used in Kill Bill & Star Wars

    Got those. I've even got one or two there that those pages don't have. (Shadows of Xizor, Aurek-Besh) But I don't have Trade Gothic. Dammit... all the kill bill pages want to do is show me the etymology of the Wrath of Khan/Dangerous Liasons quote. I'm gonna have to pop in the DVD and look at it now.

    Yup. I was right. The Kill Bill quote is Century Gothic. Problem solved. Thanks folks!


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