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Up until circa the 1960s movies didn't have end credits. The director, writer and main cast were credited in the title sequence at the beginning, and movies ended with a simple "THE END" title. This was during the studio system, when films were produced in house by crews employed directly by the studio on a long term basis. These studio employees weren't ...


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In general sense, movies still need credits because every single person who worked very hard for the movie needs recognition. I still remember, Danny Boyle who got an Oscar award for Best Achievement in Directing for Slumdog Millionaire mentioned Longinus Fernandes for forgetting his name in the credits and thanked him. At the 81st Academy Awards ...


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Aside from the many valid issues found in Andrew's answer, there are a couple other considerations: Showmanship: The movie going experience is a show and every detail counts. What happens when the credits roll? As you said, people leave. They gather their bags, stretch. The soundtrack is still playing, the lights are still dimmed but are progressively ...



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