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Which movie did top-to-bottom credits first?
One of the many notable things about modern film-noir Seven was its reverse credits (scrolling top to bottom, the opposite to the expected direction). I recently rewatched the brilliant 1950's ...
Mar 2 '12 at 22:24
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