Wednesday, January 7, 2015

GIVING CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE (OR NOT)


Hey kids, it's the first movie trivia time question of the new year!

What was the first Hollywood film, produced and released by a major studio, that did not have a traditional opening credit sequence? You know, title and full cast and crew names on screen before the actual narrative begins. I have a certain film in mind as the answer but there may be another film that has this one beat. In the film I'm thinking of, a credit for the director and the production company appears first, followed by the title and then the action starts. And that's all the clues I'm giving you.

Anyone?

 

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